The Children’s Manifesto
An adult novel in which an ancient race of people who have been living in an isolated and remote village on a misty mountaintop for thousands of years are suddenly discovered and bombarded with tons of letters and business proposals from the modern world. Philosophical, satirical, outrageously funny and thoroughly anti-modern.
Welcome to your window into another world; the world of “once upon a time’ and “what might have been.” Where were you once upon a time and what might you have been in a faraway land in a forgotten corner of Europe which was once “the cradle of Western civilization” and the world’s unknown holy land? It was in this small, ancient, prehistoric country that the long, dark night of barbarism and ignorance came to an end and mankind first awoke.
If you really believe in Western civilization and holy lands then you owe it to yourself to learn more. To also awaken and open our eyes to a new and brighter sun. Time for us to discover our own unknown holy land not only in the ancient maps of the world but in the forgotten story and meaning of our own betrayed lives. Betrayed because our friends often do not understand us and we often fail to understand ourselves. Betrayed because we have often hidden or buried what is best about ourselves just because others have ridiculed or criticized us.
Time, therefore, to make your personally unknown holy land known to yourself and to your real friends. Time to rediscover and remember whatever is good and right about your life. Now let these books be your ticket to that other, better world.
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