In this fascinating novel you find that invisible beings, Nature spirits, of the most various kinds exist in Nature, and that every one of them has a special task. Unfortunately, most of us don't know this, and moreover, we only believe in things which we can see with our physical eyes. Fortunately, there are those who are able to see behind the veils we generally have in front of our eyes.
Mariana Stjerna has, ever since her childhood, had a deep feeling for Nature and the elementals, both of which she has experienced and communicated with and still does. The time is now ripe to tell about this magical but so far invisible world, which exists right next to us.
In this novel, The Invisible People, the writer's spiritual inspirer, Jan, together with a spiritual historian and two elves, will make peep-holes into different ages - from about 20 million years ago and forward - in the greatest, most magical, and secretive of all worlds: Nature. The mission is to inform humans about the magic of Nature and also to investigate when, where, and how humans, elves, and Nature spirits cooperated in good spirit. The time journeys are always started from Mother Earth's beautiful green cave in the innermost of the Earth.
At the end of the book are included a number of channeled messages from Pan, the uncrowned ruler and King of Nature.
This is the fourth book inspired by Jan Fridegård