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Merkaba Romana Anna Reed

Merkaba Romana

Anna Reed

Published October 26th 2010
ISBN : 9781926582795
Paperback
162 pages
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Merkaba Romana is a captivating human story, placed in Europe, during the Second World War. It deals with destiny of a group of wandering Roma musicians, who perform their music, traveling throughout the war torn continent. They consider their artMoreMerkaba Romana is a captivating human story, placed in Europe, during the Second World War. It deals with destiny of a group of wandering Roma musicians, who perform their music, traveling throughout the war torn continent. They consider their art as a redeeming ticket to life and survival, like the music of Django Reihardt. Eventually they are arrested by the Nazis and deported to Auschwitz death camp. They survived there for a while and became witnesses to the atrocities, including Dr. Mengeles experiments on Roma children.In the cruel world of racism, eugenics and oppression, hope is the understated concept. Life becomes burden and liability and the only salvation appears to be giving up on it, departing in the aura of the light-body, a vehicle between the worlds, the merkaba...