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An intriguing true story of a man who succeeded in inviting extra-terrestrials to visit our planet. A man who convinced skeptics with his ability to communicate with these beings. This is also the life story of a man and his family who made a new home for themselves in South Africa. A story of hardship and triumph.
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Momcilo Radovanovic was born 26.02.1954 in Sarajevo. He completed primary schooling 1968 having a beautiful childhood in the developing country, former Yugoslavia. After completing the professional school of Mechanical Engineering, he studied Economics and got a job in the biggest exporting company in Yugoslavia, where he spent 14 years working in mechanical engineering design. The situation in his country was becoming unstable so he immigrated to South Africa. His wife and two children arrived three months later and they started a new life in this foreign country, without any money, the ability to speak English, family and friends, furniture etc. It was an amazing challenge for him, but he completed his postgraduate study at WITS University. At the moment he is a R&D manager in a big South African company.Review:
Do you want the book to be made into a movie? In my view your whole story - the war in Yugoslavia and your experiences in South Africa - are eminently suitable to make a Hollywood movie. In truth the book could have been just about your life in two very difficult countries. The UFO aspect - I, too, was for a while obsessed with wanting contact with UFO's....there are so many 'co-incidences' in what I read in your book...Elizabeth Klarer...I interviewed her twice...similarities aplenty. So dear Momo, just from reading your book I can see why Dr Johan Joubert - he incidentally extracted my beloved little Pomeranian's teeth! - had nothing but praise for you. I feel as though you and I and he know each other - or knew each other in a previous life. All the subjects that interest you, that preoccupy you, are the subjects that fascinate me too. I salute you for writing a book in a language that isn't even your own! Warm regards God bless Jani Juliett Allan --Radio presentor
Hi Carol Thanks for organising the evening. The experience of listening to Momo and then talking to him afterwards when he autographed our book was profound.His message transcended words as the gentleness of his nature has a subtle effect on the senses and one realises that there is a deeper message, in that, through simplicity, love and acceptance of life, we all have the ability to communicate from our realm to other realms. If we can accept that divinity exists within each and every one of us, and that loving gestures reflect the true purpose of our being, all obstacles can be overcome without the pain and suffering to which we constantly expose ourselves. I would like to communicate further with Momo and would appreciate if you could you let me have his e-mail address Regards Issy Lichtenstein --The letter regarding the author's talk show
Hello! I heard you speak on radio this evening and was surprised and pleased to hear someone speak such intelligent, civilised good sense. It was very uplifting and inspiring Whatever you have learned from Other World intelligences, you are bound by conscience and humanity to share it with all who will listen When I was young, I knew an elderly man in California who regularly disappeared from his home and returned days later with "communication" from Other Worlds via ET flying craft. I am sure he was one of the wisest people I've ever met Unfortunately he had developed a taste for the music of Other Worlds and would attempt to reproduce it on various instruments. It was the worst music I have ever heard! I would be interested to know more about the UFOs you spoke of With best wishes Dr Ian Bell "It's never too late to have a happy childhood" (Me, 1996) --Email regarding the author's radio talk show
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Book Description Moregoli, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. mint. new unread. multiple copies are available. Seller Inventory # 907a
Book Description Moregoli Design Publishers, 2002. Condition: New. Adriaan Erasmus (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0620284358