The Visitation [NOOK Book]

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Revealing the Meaning of Ten Ancient Writings

She called it a vivid dream, yet puzzling physical remnants were left behind. Sitting in her reading chair beside the crackling wood stove, the author had been deep in meditation when the room began growing brighter and brighter until a radiant being appeared. Shoulder-length blonde hair, electric sapphire-blue eyes, a smile that reached into her soul and surrounded it with total love - she ...
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The Visitation

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Overview

Revealing the Meaning of Ten Ancient Writings

She called it a vivid dream, yet puzzling physical remnants were left behind. Sitting in her reading chair beside the crackling wood stove, the author had been deep in meditation when the room began growing brighter and brighter until a radiant being appeared. Shoulder-length blonde hair, electric sapphire-blue eyes, a smile that reached into her soul and surrounded it with total love - she recognized him as an archangel. If you could sit in front of an angel while he gave you a detailed ‘state of the human soul address’ - a message to share with those who would listen - you might ask a few questions and get some unexpected responses.
She was told that the spiritual state of humankind was grave, that egotism, apathy, and materialism were causing the collective consciousness of entire civilizations to take a negative path that will lead to dire consequences. But she was also told that there was hope, there was time to alter the outcome - if only ten simple, ancient writings were understood.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013838178
  • Publisher: Mary Summer Rain
  • Publication date: 12/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 98
  • Sales rank: 749,138
  • File size: 205 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Summer Rain, naturalist philosopher and prolific writer, has touched generations of readers throughout her long career. She is best known for her lyrical style and unique talent for bringing clarity to complex subject matters. Spanning decades, her insightful writings on nature, future predictions, feminine spirituality, and dream symbolism continue to inspire readers from all walks of life. She was featured on the first NBC television special Ancient Prophecies and her novel Ruby was a finalist for the New Age Retailers 2005 Narcissus Award.
Mary lives with her long-time companion in the high Rocky Mountains. After being burned out of their house in 2005, they worked to make it a home again. Currently their woodland cabin is shared with three puppy mill rescue dogs, a Husky, and Merlin, a crow that she saved after a hawk dropped the featherless nestling by her garden gate. The author is an avid reader, makes scented candles, spends contemplative time in the woods, and is currently working on a new literary project.
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  • Posted March 13, 2012

    Great read

    Mary's visitation was a reminder for us all to revisit our basic outlook on what is important in our everyday life. Family, how we treat each other, what will we take with us when we leave this earth and what will we leave behind to be remembered by. Do we live each day and treat those we come in contact with as we wish to be treated. The loving reminder of the comandments that Mary holds dear and a warning that we simply need to refresh ourselves with those powerful ways of living to stop the world from spinning out of control. A chance to set things right with the world and what we believe in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2012

    A great author

    I was so glad to see this in nook books. I had given my paperback copy away some years ago. It was ajoy to read again. The simplicity of her message is brought home in this short read. I highly recommend to all who are interested in learning about the beauty of spiritial ways by simply following the ten commandments.

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