The Voodoo Prophecies and the Original Sinner [NOOK Book]

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In the year of our Lord 1632, the possession of seventeen Ursuline nuns signals the return of the wanderer. Two centuries later in French Louisiana through the dark conjuring of a creole witch, the son of perdition is reborn into the world of men.

Stolen away from the witch by the Voodoo elders of New Orleans the child grows to manhood in the captivity of the Catholic Church under the watchful eye of the gifted Ursulines. But his release is prophesied and on this upcoming St. ...

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Overview

In the year of our Lord 1632, the possession of seventeen Ursuline nuns signals the return of the wanderer. Two centuries later in French Louisiana through the dark conjuring of a creole witch, the son of perdition is reborn into the world of men.

Stolen away from the witch by the Voodoo elders of New Orleans the child grows to manhood in the captivity of the Catholic Church under the watchful eye of the gifted Ursulines. But his release is prophesied and on this upcoming St. John’s Eve six innocents are all that stands between the immortal witch and the rule of Satan’s only son. Coming of age in a labyrinth of religious truths and mystical legends six New Orleans teens begin the journey of a thousand lifetimes.

"Since the beginning of time whether drama or fable each and every tale contains its own Gordian knot. So perplexing and intricate a mystery are the sacred tales and texts of man that once untied by human intellect; basic beliefs willingly change. No matter how secluded within the soul, human belief undulates and faith flutters each time a parable is told. This is our story. It is undeniable and deep in the recesses of your heart, in that place where ancient bloodlines intertwine, it will resonate and you will believe it."

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149286607
  • Publisher: East Village Press
  • Publication date: 4/15/2014
  • Series: The Voodoo Prophecies , #1
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 496 KB

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