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Call of the Trees is a book of messages received from the “shining ones” — “angels,” or “devas” — the unseen, inner dimension or soul level of various species of trees. Dorothy Maclean — who received the messages over four decades — explains that “Of course, trees and the nature world don’t talk, as we humans understand talk. In my times of contact, I do not hear words, but convey the meaning of my experiences in my own words.”

The messages are plain-spoken and down-to-earth. Some exhort; others warn; most are salutations from old friends who have something to say about what has been a long and sincere friendship but which has been — up to now — a one-way conversation. Although set down in prose, the messages are poetic in the elegance of their expression, and in the power of the truths they reveal.

Above all, the trees speak of love; of unity among humans, trees, and all the rest of life.

The book contains 50 chapters — including messages from 45 different tree species. It is illustrated with 46 full-page black-and-white photographs by Jeremy Berg, Alan Watson, and Brian Ziegler. The Forward was written by the late founder of “Men of the Trees,” Richard St. Barbe Baker; the Preface, by the co-founders of Friends of Call of the Trees, Jonathan Corcoran, Bunny Daubner, and Jennifer Vyhnak. The Introduction is by the author.

  • Table of Contents
  • Language: English
  • Length: 108 pages
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Lorian Press (2006)
  • ISBN: 0-936878-13-4
  • Size in inches: 8½ × 5½ × ¼
  • Size in centimeters: 14 × 21.5 × 0.8
  • Shipping Weight (approx.): 5 ounces | 142 grams

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