Budaliget 1943: A small village on the edge of Budapest. Three young women and a man, artists and close friends are gathered together in the uneasy days before Hitler’s armies would destroy the world as they knew it. Seeking spiritual knowledge, and anticipating the horrors of Nazi-occupied Hungary, they met regularly to discuss how to find their own inner paths to enlightenment.
One June afternoon, the meeting is disrupted when Hanna calls out, "Be careful, it is no longer I who speak!" Her friends do not recognize her voice now or later, when she speaks in other voices, each directing a specific message to one of the four.
For 17 months, with the world locked in a deadly struggle for survival, the four friends meet every week with the spiritual beings they come to call their "angels"; Gitta Mallasz takes notes, the protocols which form this book, along with her commentary. The angels’ message of personal responsibility is as meaningful and as urgent today as it was for its initial recipients half a century ago.
I am deeply touched by the dialogues with the angels. - Yehudi Menuhin
I could read it over and over again and never get tired of it.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing this book with me. - Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
I feel as though the message of the angels were especially intended for me.
It places me in touch with Truth and enables me to hear the call more clearly.
The angels teach me how to view the world through the inner smile. - Narciso Yepes