Peter Canova has written a trilogy entitled The First Souls, concerning the first awakening of spirit into materiality in the form of human consciousness. Pope Annalisa is the first book of the series. At the age of twenty-three, he first realized his abilities concerning intuitive medical readings, remote viewing, psychokinesis, and other psychic? phenomena. These abilities combined with several other talents qualified Peter to handle this project. He also has twenty-five years of voluminous research behind him in both mainstream and alternative religious studies, spiritual history, psychology, and quantum physics. Pope Annalisa was a combination of this research and information channeled in his own meditations. Peter is a cum laude graduate of Brandeis University where he majored in political science. He spent several years in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, a background that greatly contributed to the vivid detail of peoples and cultures portrayed in Pope Annalisa.
Pope Annalisaby Peter Canova
Is Annalisa a savior or the
Sister Annalisa Basanjo heals the lame and the blind. She foretells events. She may even bring the dead back to life. Annalisa rises against a background of murder, betrayal, and assassination to become the pope and the world plunges into war, the Church teeters on ruin, and terrorism runs rampant as she introduces her new way.
Is Annalisa a savior or the long-predicted false prophet who will cause the downfall of the Church and lead the world order to ruin? Four special people are destined to answer this question, for the female pope indeed carries a secret within her that will transform the world-one way or the other.
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So enjoyed this book - have little time for reading anymore but couldn't put this book down. Can't wait for his next book to come out.
Have you ever read a book so fluidly written with a story so right for the day, and with such a profoundly beautiful message that you had no urgent desire to rush through it? I found myself feeling as though this book became like a dear friend, and I wanted to savor every word, ponder every thought, and didn't really wand it to end. I actually couldn't help thinking that Mr. Conova had to be possessed by some heavenly entity to have incorporated such a perfect story for these challenging times. Please don't allow yourself to let this one get away. You must read "Pope Annalisa". I'm sure you will want to thank me later for my recommendation.
Pope Annalisa reminds me of my visit to the Vatican. I was gazing at the fabulous wall murals and tapestries. There was so much to see that I really had to look at it numerous times from numerous angles. I've read the book twice for the pleasure of sifting through the multiple layers of action, adventure, and mystery, always with the backdrop of a sometimes subtle, sometimes upfront spiritual odyssey. Pope Annalisa could very easily have crossed the line between being a can't-wait-for-the next chapter story and an overly complex, heavy-handed spiritual message. But it didn't, to my delight. After all, we're talking about themes like genesis and the nature of good and evil. Those are potential minefields for a work of fiction, but the author succeeded in avoiding an explosion that could have wrecked this epic story. The characters in Pope Annalisa are rich because we can see how they grow on all levels-emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. The ones that don't grow are, understandably, the bad guys because they are set in their flaws of pride, greed, and power. Though the book deals with conflict, and part of that conflict mirrors the current tension between the Islamic and Western worlds, it is ultimately a book about reconciliation between cultures and religions. It deals with the human potential to realize our own goodness. An uplifting and very unusual book, highly recommended.