The Seventh Chakra [NOOK Book]

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A woman is kidnapped off the streets of NYC, a terrible thing on any day, but this is the beginning of the awakening of the Avatar. Or is he? John Fleuric, a software creator, becomes the center of attention of all involved when power, energy, sex, and death, weave their existence as they become joined in a vision of the Universal Plan and the fate of everyone.

From Boca Raton, to New York City, to Roanoke, Virginia, this book is a metaphysical journey; an awakening awareness as...

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The Seventh Chakra

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Overview

A woman is kidnapped off the streets of NYC, a terrible thing on any day, but this is the beginning of the awakening of the Avatar. Or is he? John Fleuric, a software creator, becomes the center of attention of all involved when power, energy, sex, and death, weave their existence as they become joined in a vision of the Universal Plan and the fate of everyone.

From Boca Raton, to New York City, to Roanoke, Virginia, this book is a metaphysical journey; an awakening awareness as the struggles of the universe are revealed through a diverse group of people who have been connected by fate.

Energy and power abound in a battle to understand what the universe is trying to tell them and what the fate of mankind will be.

With every vibration of energy upon one of the seven chakra the group slowly awakens to the building blocks of existence, laying out choices of paths they may or may not take.

A young woman, Jackie, a Coast Guard Petty Officer draws the attention of street preachers in New York, who believes she is involved with the coming of a new Messiah.

Bernie who had only met Jackie is intrigued but unsure why.

Jamal the prophet of the coming black messiah.

John a software creator becomes the center of attention of all involved when power, energy, sex, and death, weave their existence as they become joined in a vision of the Universal Plan and the fate of everyone.

Sex, violence, and revelations into the mind of creation are keyed into the reader as their own Chakra's awaken. Everyone who reads this book will experience an awakening triggered by their life and their energy.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033241927
  • Publisher: J.R. Bowles
  • Publication date: 5/10/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 119,690
  • File size: 386 KB

Meet the Author

Also author of CATCH A SUCCUBUS now at amazon.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    This is an epic novel of multiple levels, plots and subplots. I

    This is an epic novel of multiple levels, plots and subplots. I feel it worked well as an adventure novel and for those who like deep thinking. It delved deep into one's own thoughts and teachings.

    We are introduced to huge cast of characters rapidly which is a killer for most novels. This author, however, managed to maintain those characters and reintroduced them at the appropriate time to keep them fresh and alive. External descriptions of characters are brief but internally they are developed to real flesh and blood people within various insights to the point where we would recognize them if we actually met them.

    The break down of the chakra description pages are reminiscent of Dean Koontz's "Book of Sorrows" quotes. They seem to be accurate in name but have changed definition to fit the plot of the novel and the action of the plot.

    There is an extensive usage from various religions, which blends with scientific theories and laws that create a world of pure energy and subjective possibilities. Probably heavy for most people.

    I am proud of myself that I did find an anagram in one of the names, that I'm sure the author placed there deliberately, and a walk-in cameo of the author is in the book. (To much and over the top.) Good for a chuckle. Oh, and there is lots of humor in this novel. Many levels of humor. Most works.

    The main thing with this book is it kept running through my own mind for over a week. It's disturbing, and enlightening. I would not recommend it for young adults or those of devout religious beliefs.

    All in all, very powerful novel, unique in style and some never written before fictional theory that I've read.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2014

    The Seventh Chakra

    I loved this book. I enjoyed the development of all the characters, to watch them come together to make a whole. There are typo errors but if you can get by them and into the story you will soon be wrapped up wanting to know what will happen next. To me this is a keeper. Giving a 4 star only because of the typo's.

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  • Posted January 26, 2014

    Loved it

    Great adult trip into a metaphysical realm of chakras, science and religion. Sexual situations and violence, not suitable for the young. Like to see it as a movie.

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