One Life, Many Worlds

One Life, Many Worlds

by Julliena Okah




According to a 2009 AOL poll, 90 percent of respondents believe there is definitely (65 percent) or possibly (25 percent) intelligent life elsewhere in the universe. One Life, Many Worlds is the extraordinary life story of Julliena Okah, a solo violinist and artist who met nonhuman beings when she was a young girl in post-World War II Japan. Celestial, nonhuman beings have been guiding her throughout her life, and encounters she has had have led her along unimaginable paths. Her true story tells of her spiritual awakening inspired by encounters with other worlds and their inhabitants.

“Julliena Okah's book is a spiritual life journey with a strong UFO/alien touchstone. I was intrigued by her accounts of early childhood alien abduction experiences. I felt it was a rich and rewarding read, even if aspects rattled against my scientific sensibilities. It's a strange world out there and one needs to keep an open mind.”
—Bill Chalker: Scientist / Leading UFO researcher, Australia NSW UFO Investigation Centre (UFOIC)

“As principal of the Australian Close Encounter Resource Network, I have worked with over 3,000 cases globally. Julliena Okah's story is similar to those of many contactees, but with her unique understanding. I believe her story will change how many will look at the reality of this phenomenon.”
—Mary Rodwell: Principal of ACERN
(Australian Close Encounter Resource Network) Co-founder and Co-director of FREE( Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters)

“One life, Many Worlds is an aptly titled autobiography by a woman whose talent--as a musician, a painter, and a writer--extend in many directions. Julliena Okah has traveled the globe--not just the physical world but the inner worlds. She's rare She's a woman with a purpose.”
—Bondo Wyszpolski: Newspaper writer in Los Angeles

“Julliena Okah's book is an awakening book for those on earth who are still in a long sleep to the other reality in other worlds. Her unique experiences, along with her research and descriptions, can endure logical verification. I believe this is a precious book.”
—Eisei Komatu: Author, Invitation to the Ascension, in Japan

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781628543414
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
Publication date: 02/04/2014
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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Lisa--- More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing! It is one of my favorite books. It was so hard to put down. If you are interested in higher intelligent beings from other worlds, near-death experiences, and other spiritual experiences then this is the book for you. It is riveting and engaging. There is not a dull moment in this book and it is far from boring. It really captures the reader's attention with all of the unique experiences the author has been through. I am glad Julliena wrote this book because it gives people the opportunity to become aware that there is more to life than what is here on planet Earth. I highly recommend this book. I had the pleasure of meeting Julliena in person and she is so sweet and I had the chance to listen to her play the violin which was a real treat. She is very special and very gifted.
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LindaPollock More than 1 year ago
This book is remarkable! What an interesting woman, Jullienna is. I think it's so terrific, that this extraordinary, brave individual gets to tell her truth by sharing such an extraordinary life experience. I am enthralled, honored she invites me to step into her personal world - to stretch my mind and heart. I highly recommend everyone to read this book. You will be happy you did! Linda Pollock
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Julenna Okah is an amazing lady, a world class violinist, accomplished painter, and an extraterrestrial traveler. We learn in her well written life story that she was abducted by aliens as a child, and these "others" as she calls them, maintained contact with her throughout  her life. They watched over her, so to speak, keeping her alive when she really needed special attention. Her talents as a violinist and as a painter were taught to her in magical ways. Her friends, the aliens, did this, she maintains, because they wanted her to tell the world these travelers mean no harm. Readers will be amazed at the paranormal events that mark Julienna's life and how they led to her amazing musical career from Tokyo to Vienna to Las Vegas to Nice and eventually to Southern California. This true story will give every reader a new outlook toward our world and that which lives beyond.