What We’ve Forgotten is an ancient text for modern times that promises to undermine systems of oppression through the power of wonder and magic available to us all. Meeting at the intersection of social justice, technology, and witchery, it’s magic book for the tech world that takes readers on an active quest through the cosmos of consciousness.
Shining new light on the old ways, What We’ve Forgotten is a like playing Legend of Zelda in a book. Each chapter is its own room. Amy Miranda leads readers through a Temple of Wonder in an active meditation, bringing them through portals in the universe that most of us don’t even realize we have access to. What We’ve Forgotten reminds us of the adventure, rites, and ritual of journey work. Wonder witch and oracle Amy Miranda invites us all into a temple of remembering, taking us through the cosmos of consciousness to reconnect us all into the deep magic of life. Unlike most books on magic, What We’ve Forgotten recreates the mystery and adventure of deep journey work, leading readers to their deepest memories and hidden truths.
For the first time, the traditions of shamanic practice are given new life, told through a modern perspective while still honoring their historical and cultural traditions. Amy Miranda is not your usual witch – unless your witch quotes Public Enemy while communing with ascended masters, all while connecting thousands of clients and followers with guides, forces, and powers from the other side of the veil. Amy always knew she was a magician – just not the kind that pulled rabbits out of hats, rather the kind that invited people down the rabbit hole. In What We’ve Forgotten, that invite is extended to all, creating a literary VR-experience where readers will journey through the temple of their consciousness, helping them to understand how magic is nothing more than the chemicals we are made of and the ether in which we all exist, now, before, and beyond.
In this heartbreaking and hilarious work of witchery, Amy adds a new spin on some of the most famous teachers under which she was trained, including Sandra Ingerman, taking the rites and rituals of journey work, and not only making them accessible to all, but understandable, sharing the historical, scientific (she will definitely take readers to Nerdtown), and cultural traditions which ground the work of cosmic consciousness, and its interdimensional exploration. Through this experience, readers will not only have the opportunity to engage with their own cosmic consciousness, but begin to see that our world can achieve collective liberation not only through the disengagement with systems of oppression, but through the re-engagement of wonder, that lives within us all.
EARLY PRAISE FOR WHAT WE’VE FORGOTTEN
” In her brilliant book “What We’ve Forgotten”, Amy Miranda invites you to join her into a temple of remembering. The book takes us back into the adventure and ceremonies that hold the promise of how we can bring in magic and the goodness of life. What a beautiful way to work.
Amy Miranda will inspire you to engage in spiritual practices so you can see the illusion we have been living in and with the assistance of spiritual practices we achieve collective liberation, a deep connection with nature, and a renewed love for life. What We’ve Forgotten will change readers’ lives and is such an important book for the times we live in as we learn how to heal ourselves, enliven our connection with Nature, and connect with Source. This book is like a guided tour leading readers to their deepest wonders and hidden treasures. And it is also beautifully written.
Amy’s challenging beginnings ended up polishing her soul and spirit so she could be a leader for these times. ”– Sandra Ingerman, MA, Counseling Psychology international shamanic teacher and an award winning author of 12 books including “Medicine for the Earth” and “The Book of Ceremony”
“Amy Miranda is relentless in her revealing of the power of art, written word and fact ..freeing people from the chains of The Uninvited. This book connects us. “– Chuck D, Public Enemy
“ This is a book inspired by the journey through a life that is lived through art and music . This is a book that you all must read”– Jumpin’ Jack Frost , Jungle/Drum and Bass Pioneer, Co-Founder V Recordings
“What We’ve Forgotten is a deeply personal and—dare I say it—truly fun exploration of magic and mysticism. Amy’s sparkling wit and down-to-earth explanations provide an optimistic, friendly, engaging DIY guide to working with the magical realities both outside and within each of us. “– Michael M. Hughes, author of Magic for the Resistance: Rituals and Spells for Change.
“Through heartfelt personal anecdotes and connecting dots in her charming and self described “nerdy” way, Amy has penned a thought provoking book on connectivity.”– Kid Koala – Scratch DJ, music producer, film composer, and visual artist.
“Reading Amy Miranda’s book is like having a deep talk over tea on a rainy afternoon with a dear friend. Her wisdom and experience shine through on the page. An absolute must read.”– Heather Matarazzo, Actress, Writer, Human Being
“So many of us are looking for a guide to navigate these troubled times. The most powerful way forward just might be lessons from our past – rooted in nature, the archaic, and the feminine. What We’ve Forgotten is the guidebook we need to rediscover our personal and collective power and reclaim control of our destinies. It’s brilliantly written and presented with a sense of magic and wonder as only Amy can deliver. An indispensable item for any sorcerer’s bookshelf!”-Tony Parisi, Metaverse pioneer, author and music artist
“We all, at some level, would like to believe that magic could exist. In this fascinating book, Amy Miranda shows us that it can and does, and takes the reader on a journey to connect with the magic we all hold within us, interwoven with her own and other stories. This is for anyone looking for a very different kind of guide to shine a whole new light on life.”
– Cindy Gallop, Founder & CEO, MakeLoveNotPorn
What We’ve Forgotten Oracle Deck provides a portal to the ancient wisdom of powerful deities, spirit guides, and the cosmos of consciousness in this 69-card deck and accompanying 96-page booklet and stunning artwork.
Use the What We’ve Forgotten Oracle Deck on its own or in together with the 2023 book by Amy Miranda, What We’ve Forgotten: An Interdimensional Adventure to Remember the Wonder Within, while exploring the traditions of shamanic practice through a fresh modern lens. This deck will serve as a conduit between the rites, rituals, and adventures of interdimensional journey work in Miranda’s book and the real world application of communicating across time and space through the cards.
The accompanying 96-page booklet explains the messages in each card with a modern, easy-to-understand approach that turns the esoteric into profound, yet easy to digest wisdom that allows the readers to download direct messages from the cosmos. Each card has been carefully created through Miranda’s deep mystic, historical, and scientific knowledge earned from her extensive studies, her journeying through the temples of consciousness revealed in her book, and in sacred communication with ancient dieties and spirits.
What We’ve Forgotten Oracle Deck will provide pathways to discovery and portals to other dimensions for anyone who wishes to dive deeper into their spiritual journey work and unlock the secrets to their fullest potential and wildest dreams.