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The Return Of All That Is Good

The Return Of All That Is Good

by John Ernest Monse


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Mr. Banta Algthrop and his friend Phlewellen, two Oglanders, grew up in a universe different from ours on a planet named Oglantia. Oglanders are a people we know here on earth as Tardigrades or Water Bears - small creatures who live in dewdrops and have been found by scientist to be considerably resilient. When they venture outside their dewdrop environment, they reach heights of fourteen to twenty feet. Like our people, they struggled through the ages for spiritual growth. After they attained fulfillment, they traveled throughout the stars of their universe upon a great ship named Homeward Bound Always seeking ever greater knowledge, maturity, and wisdom. Suddenly, in a burst of great light, the Spirit of Creation pulled the Oglanders and their great ship into our universe. They traveled through the stars until they reached our small planet. Their purpose here was to maintain the earth and its primary inhabitants, the creatures who were the embryos of the Spirit.

The Return Of All That Is Good tells a tale that begins with a small girl, Annabelle, who is running for her life from a great tiger with long fangs. Annabelle scampers up an ancient tree hoping to escape certain death. At the instant she feared she may be lost, the Spirit rises from a dewdrop and engulfs the three characters in a great tornadic, spiritual event that separates them from all the world so that Annabelle, the great beast of the forest, and the ancient tree were surrounded by an impenetrable wall of wind. Within the protection of the Spirit, the three characters instantly become friends who can clearly communicate with each other. Banta suddenly stands amid the confused group and is immediately recognized by the great beast and the ancient tree. Under the influence of the Spirit, they remembered previous times when Banta influenced their lives. The story continues with Banta returning Annabelle to her parents and altering the spirits within the beast and the ancient tree so that they woul

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ISBN-13: 9781977204493
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 12/21/2018
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)

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