True of Voice, Living Forever: An Autobiography of a Reborn Ancient Egyptian

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Michael J. Costa is a modern-day Egyptian Kheri-Heb Priest whose writings from 1990 influenced or predicted the Wars in the Middle East, Al Qaeda, the pro-Democracy Movement of 2011 (the Arab Spring), and the nuclear conflict with Iran. He is the Founder of numerous websites including Temples dedicated to Amon-Ra, The Chronokinesis Foundation, and is an author of over 40 published books. His political interests influenced the actions of American Presidents Clinton & the Bushes, while attending College. ...
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Overview

Michael J. Costa is a modern-day Egyptian Kheri-Heb Priest whose writings from 1990 influenced or predicted the Wars in the Middle East, Al Qaeda, the pro-Democracy Movement of 2011 (the Arab Spring), and the nuclear conflict with Iran. He is the Founder of numerous websites including Temples dedicated to Amon-Ra, The Chronokinesis Foundation, and is an author of over 40 published books. His political interests influenced the actions of American Presidents Clinton & the Bushes, while attending College. Michael traced his Genetic History back to the Middle East & Ancient Egypt, as well as his list of proven past incarnations, via flash backs and psychic knowledge. He is the Founder of the John E. Morby Book award for University history students (CSU-EB) in California. Included in this tome are short stories written after 1999 involving Ancient and Modern Egypt (Tales of the KheriHeb).

In his work as a Kheri-Heb Master, Michael discovered the ability to communicate with spirits in the Otherworld of the Ancients, and created a country based there. This country heavily influenced the USA after 1993, in secret. If you notice all the unusual symbols advertised in Corporate Media, then you will know that this is their source. Michael shares a birthday with the discoverer of King Nebkheperura (Tutankhamon) of 1922. The Temple of Amon-Ra was founded in the year 2000 on MSN Communities (Groups) which lasted until closure in 2009; future temples existed on Facebook.com, Myspace.com, and other sites. Michael helped members discover Distance Healing Energy and the rare ability of Chronokinesis (the ability to influence Time with willpower).

Copyright 2012 Michael J. M7 Costa, All rights reserved.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781470189556
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 3/5/2012
  • Pages: 242
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.63 (d)

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