Roselis von Sass

The Truth about the Incas

"The peoples, their names, and their languages have been swept away by the winds of time. However, the many archaeological discoveries bear witness to their advanced culture. Ruins have been found,which testify to the magnificent architecture of these vanished peoples. The crumbling stones speak their own language–yet where is the human being able to interpret it?" 

This novel portrays fascinating characters, whose lives were enlightened by the noble life commandments of the Incas. This people’s highly advanced culture instigated the curiosity of researchers in the beginning of the last century and still fascinates archeologists, historians, and anthropologists today. Roselis von Sass intertwines the story of the formation of the Inca nation with happenings of the daily life of this highly spiritualized people, strongly connected to Nature.


Roselis von Sass

Born in Austria, Roselis von Sass (1906 - 1997) spent her childhood in Europe, where she was educated. 

As a teenager she moved to Brazil, residing near São Paulo. 
To reveal the profound meaning of our existence and its many teachings has been the aim of this extraordinary writer. Since her early days, her sensitive soul has learned to differentiate between reality and appearances, and while still a girl she realized that: "It is not the place where we are, nor appearances that make us happy; happiness comes from the soul, from what the human being feels inside." 

Everything that has happened in the course of time has been registered and stored. Nothing has been lost. It can be said that human life, which began millions of years ago, has been filmed and will be preserved until all human fate has been fulfilled according to the Law of Divine Justice. 

As a remarkable characteristic of her personality, the authoress had the capacity to look into the past, and narrate the great web of events which were recorded in the great book of human life. 

Her diligent and fruitful life has always been guided by "Love," love for nature and all its creatures; love for human beings and, above all, a deep and faithful love for the Almighty Creator.