The Seed Remembers by Albert Mark Toops and Dana Gail Aston, Published by Old Mountain Press, ISBN 1884778-89-5, 137 pages perfect bound, to order send check or money order for $7.99 + $1.50 P&H (add 8% if mailed to an OK address) to: Moon Shadow Enterprises, 4508 N. Davis Crt., Stillwater OK 74075 E-mail: alt at

Identify with Amos Jones, as he travels through several lifetimes to find Truth. Each time he awakens to a new reality, he likewise awakens to new discoveries within himself. 

Develop an understanding of the relationship between Man and Earth as Amos discovers the association of agriculture and human spiritual development, as well as the connection of seed consciousness and the growth of mankind.

Enjoy Amos’s union with his twin soul (whose identity changes throughout the story) as they embark upon challenging missions to find each other in interesting and seemingly disparate lifetimes.

Read this novel for the exciting adventure and beautiful love story, or read it for the profound spiritual lessons contained within. 

The Seed Remembers

About the Authors

Albert Toops is an experienced agronomist with over 20 years of experience in the agriculture field. He has a degree in Soil Science from Oklahoma State University. He is involved in Native American agricultural programs across the country, and is an active seed saver. 

Dana Gail Aston has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Education. She has taught English at the secondary level, as well as college level. She is the mother of four children. Most of her previous writing efforts have been in the genre of poetry; The Seed Remembers is her first novel.

About the Cover
“The Giving Back of the Corn” (the book's cover) originally was a 20x24 oil painting by Lew Innocenti and was his first Native American painting. Lew is a well-known, Northwest oil painter with over 35 years of experience, primarily in game bird and landscape painting. Many of his sales generate funds for wildlife habitat conservation. He has been the featured artist for Washington’s National Wild Turkey Federation, and he was the featured artist for the National Convention of Trout Unlimited, Washington Duck Hunters, Inc., and Pheasants Forever.

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