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A young man wanting to explore past-life regression discovers this is his first lifetime on Earth. All his other existences were on alien worlds and in other dimensions.

As this unique case is explored further, he finds out that his association with extraterrestrials did not cease with these other lives. The interaction with UFOs and aliens has continued during all his present life, although the information was protectively hidden by his subconscious.

This strange case reveals the motives behind present-day involvement between UFOs and humans and the hopes and expectations of our creators for their garden.

We are the garden - the gardeners are extraterrestrials from other worlds.

©1993 Dolores Cannon (P)2015 Dolores Cannon

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  • 14-07-15

Absolutely amazing story

If you looking for deep profound knowledge about life on this planet and beginning of our universe do
Yourself a massive favour and download this book , listen to it carefully and embrace the understanding, open your mind to the possibilities and know with your hart that this life is one of many you had came to not the first one not the last one , you are attending a masterclass here on this earth and should be proud and uplifted. Enjoy the book and newfound knowledge.

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Inspirational, fascinating, gripping

This is an inspirational account of a regressional hypnotherapist and her discovery of a person with multiple past lives as an extraterrestrial being that has the ring of truth throughout each chapter. It is gripping and fascinating at the same time. It helps to bring amazing insights into our origins and future and the purpose of extraterrestrials and UFOs. Loved it.

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Can't buy into it

An enjoyable story, but that's it. Just a story.

Starts off promising, but gets less convincing with each chapter.

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Amazing real story!!!

Really enjoyed this book. I wasn't sure at the beginning but it turn to be a really amazing and enjoyable book. Highly recommend!!!

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fantastic!!!

great book! very interesting story, need to get more of Dolores Cannon books on audible please!!! :)

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Amazing! Absolutely mind opening and hope giving

Loved it! Step by step it opened my mind to possibly of other realities!

It was very interesting to listen - at some point I just couldn't stop and played it till the end.

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A revelation, credible and frank accounts

Thank you for writing & sharing this information which will hopefully serve humanity in a positive way.

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Amazing insights

this books makea you think that there must be more than just what see in front of us. our subconscious is so big and vast that we will never be able to comprehend. a good audio book and read.

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Fantastic well written informative to ideas that should/could help you have hope

Thoroughly enjoyed this and I am gradually working my way through all of Dolores Cannon’s work

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Intriguing

I really enjoyed this book! Resonates with me completely. Jane Sellars voice was annoying at times.

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  • 08-08-15

fabulous content, distracting narration

Would you consider the audio edition of Keepers of the Garden to be better than the print version?

NO

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The quality of the woman's narration is strange. It's disconnected, overly pronounced, disjointed, halting, and in many ways a distraction from the story itself. It would be good to have the book re-read for audible by an experienced reader who is vocally trained.

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  • Computer Nut
  • 18-06-15

What an awesome book

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I had to break it up a little, like by listening to other smaller titles in between chapters, because it was a constant pounding of new, valuable insight. This is one of those few titles I'm inclined to listen to again. Very good work...

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  • paul
  • 06-05-15

superb

This really makes you take a step back and think about life in general .

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  • Debbie Akana
  • 11-06-15

WOW!!

Eye opening and controversial material however the presentation left me breathless. I found myself silently saying YES YES YES to much of this unfamiliar and unknown subject. Some concepts force you as the reader to rethink our normal lives and why we are here. Please listen with Avery open mind. You will not be disappointed!😀

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  • Dan
  • 23-04-15

Superb

I enjoyed listening to this book immensely and would highly recommend it to all. To understand that this book is essentially a transcription from someone's past life regression sessions really causes you to pause and think regarding what the truth actually is. And, even if you dismiss it as someone's imagination, it is still a wonderful story.

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  • K. Shea
  • 03-08-19

Misleading information at best

I have read all four books by Dolores Cannon. This title was my fourth. In this book she interviews a young man during regression. I have personally experienced regression twice and I accept it as truth. However, in this book, Cannon asks the man about a concept called imprinting. He explains it to her in great detail and she claims she has never heard of this concept before and states it is very difficult to understand but that it explains, for example, why many claim to have been Cleopatra in another life. The problem is that this same conversation took place verbatim in Between Death and Life, the third book of hers that I read. I understand that material can be reintroduced in multiple books when an author has many books. This is not the case here. In Between Death and Life, Cannon interviews a woman in regression and the woman explains the concept of imprinting. Cannon claims to have never heard of such a thing and the woman explains the concept in great deal. Again Cannon states that this is difficult to understand and again relates it to Cleopatra. The exact same lengthy conversation takes place.
I stopped reading this book when I realized I was hearing the same content passed off as original. This chapter has made me doubt the validity of any of her books, not the validity of past lives and reincarnation. I don’t trust her work anymore.

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  • GUYREE
  • 08-07-15

Fantastic

This is an eye-opening and thought provoking book. I thoroughly enjoyed it to the very end Must listen

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  • Nicholas Cunha
  • 22-06-15

Wow

Some elements are contradictory to similar titles. Ex. Time travel,
impossible etc. but the dialogue and advise that is presented is potentially mind/life altering.

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  • Arlene WIng
  • 10-06-15

Excellent

An awesome account of very important information. Hard to put down. Scary yet hopeful story.

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  • Lovie
  • 07-06-15

awesome

very insughtful and uplifting. ...very enlightening and inspiring. ...makes me want to do this for myself :)
much love ♡

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