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A Novel of The Shift Part One: The Immortal
By Adrienne M. Prince
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Mothership 2012: Members of a soul group meet only in passing, but they share the same mission: To heal the delicate consciousness of Planet Earth (Gaia), and assist Her in assuming Her right place, as the Galactic Heart, Bride of Spirit. Preface: Samantha-El grew up on the ruined remains of Earth a century after an accidental Total Nuclear Exchange in 1999 killed billions of people and rendered most of the planet uninhabitable. A few thousand families had been able to evade the forced evacuation and followed their inner guidance to secluded safe zones, where they have been living ever since. Now, the ex-snack company Hydra Corp. wants to buy the planet as a whole and turn it into an enormous power station. To clear the way for construction, they are stepping up the brutal evictions. Samantha-El goes into a cellular memory regression, to figure out why the Galactic Council wants her, at only 15 years old, to be the first Council representative from Earth . . . and the one to broker her home planet's sale. Part One: The Immortal Alana Peters was raised in a meditation community in the 1970's, doing yoga, chanting, learning Sanskrit and studying the chakras. She was taught that “God Lives in You, As You,” and that all of life is a dance between the energies of God and Goddess. This didn't always make sense to her: If God and Goddess are so happy and in love, why is there still violence, grief and dissatisfaction on Earth? She decides after college graduation, that she will set out into the world, to see where Life guides her to be of service. But she never expected to meet the ACTUAL God. In Denver, Colorado. In Bed! But, Nico's not really a God. He's just a 5,000 year old Extraterrestrial teenager, trying to figure out how to make the world a better place. Even if it means killing off his wicked loved ones, one by one. The year was 1989 . . . The Shift had begun.
“Are you ready to meet the Augmentor?” Timoteo asks. “I guess I’d better be.” I settle into the lounge chair and close my eyes. I'm still feeling edgy, poised for action. I didn't expect to have to lie down . . . and relax. Timoteo’s voice is reassuring, as he hooks up the headset and adjusts the base levels. He sifts out the midrange noise and what's left is an oscillating whir and some vague visual impressions on his screen. “It’s time for you to travel within. Why don’t we start by having you breathe deeply and evenly. Imagine a visual image of the planet Earth, your home, your ancestors’ home – and if you would, please, consider the age-old query from your legend of Parsifal: ‘What ails thee?’” I settle in, eyes closed and listen to the lilting music. It reminds me of the Irish flute that Bobby used to play. It gives that bittersweet feeling, like the mist is rolling in. What ails thee? Isn't that kind of obvious? Just as I've started to drift, Timoteo lifts my headpiece. “Oh, goodness, I almost forgot! I really need you to pay special attention in your explorations to the role of mothers and mothering. Remember, your people used to refer to Terra as Mother Earth. Let’s see if that gets you in the door.” I try to recall my birth mother. An angular woman with careworn features. Her life must have been one of constant worry. I do remember some happy times, though. Storytime, nice days in the sun, firelight. A little tear slips out from the corner of my eye. “I wonder why he thinks that mothers are so important?” I wonder, as I float off to sleep.
Author and mystic Adrienne Prince grew up as part of a yoga community in Santa Fe, New Mexico - the Land of Enchantment - in the 1970's. You could say she is part of the lost "Generation X." She was highly imaginative and psychic from a young age, though, unable to express what she saw, she was labeled a misfit. She set out after college to New Orleans, to immerse herself in a destiny calling, the Life of the World. Out “on the road,” she got a good dose of the zeitgeist of 1989 - a time, like now, of unbearable social, economic and geopolitical pressures. Her fellow travelers - Angels, Zombies, Anarchist squatters and Gay pranksters – also grappled with the polarization and the sense of spiritual responsibility felt by this first wave of Indigo kids. Along the way, thanks to (yet another) God-man in her life, she became pregnant, and also homeless and penniless. She trained as a craftsperson at the Renaissance Faires and landed at a home-birthing commune in the woods outside of Austin, TX. In the last weeks of the pregnancy, she was surprised to find that she had spiritually participated in the Fall of the Berlin Wall, an event which proves the maxim that "history can turn on a dime." This was just one of many such historical Shifts she would co-create throughout her lifetime and, as she adds, Boy do we need one now! Her story is told in the Mothership series, available in $2.99 e-book format on Amazon.com. Book One: The Immortal is available now, with Book Two: The Lovers following shortly. Adrienne's message is that through Consciousness, people can and do create actual changes in the world's historical timeline. She speaks with mission-driven companies and the spiritual psychic community about how to leverage this often-overlooked skill that we all have access to, as members of the community of life. 1/3 of proceeds from this project go to community nonprofits that benefit women and farm workers.
OK, I am a guy, so what was I expecting? I am easily distracted and don't like novels with loads of descriptive narrative.
But, wow! I really am enjoying how Prince starts off at an intergalactic story level, while quickly descending into ordinary, young character's -or are they?- journeys, each delivered as [what I can only describe as] a stream of consciousness.
Even if I take the seemingly least important parts, I feel completely engaged.
The fresh graduate Alana holds me by my hand while she demonstrates a little anarchy, existentialist desire, adult contemplation and the beginning - no the outright - intense exploration with an epic climax (I am not talking about the unraveling of the plot, if you know what I mean ;).
All of this is packaged in a delightful play of narrative form, interrupted by a stream of tantalizing feelings,facts and experiences that keep me busy tying these many levels of consciousness together (or to my own, perhaps latent experiences).
My energy field is fired up!
The Sun in Leo (AV)
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