This philosophical novel/fable entertains as it instructs. The future Empress from Atlantis mysteriously finds herself awakening on a beach in modern-day America. Aided by a young man in a Mustang, she and her new friend amusingly miscommunicate: '"So, where did you go to school in Atlanta?' "Oh! You mean who taught me the great Words of Ara E Hum?' Shar Dae brightened at his apparent comprehension." The two eventually marry and collaborate on Shar Dae's mission to become a Speaker of Peace. Somehow, the President of the United States and the Pope get involved; the author's belief in the incredible potential of politics and religion-especially the Catholic Church-to be a force for peace is a fascinating contrast to today's popular government/church bashing. This is a fun read with a great message. -- NAPRA ReView
From the Back Cover
"And when is man called 'one'? When he is male with female and is sanctified with a high holiness and is bent upon sanctification; then alone is he called one without blemish. Therefore a man should rejoice with his wife at that hour to bind her in affection to him, and they should both have the same intent. When they are thus united, they form one soul and one body." - The Holy Kabbala Zohar Part III, fow. 8ia; V,224
Shar Dae, future Empress of Atlantis, suddenly finds herself transported across space and time to the seacoast of modern America. Befriended by her twin flame, Michael McClure, she pursues her ancient destiny: to restore peace to the world. The two of them team up with Michael's senior editor, Donna Champlynn, and set out her mission to warn the world, before it's too late.
A fable? Perhaps. But the dangers facing us in our modern day world are all too real. Perhaps it is time for us all to learn from the little Lady From Atlantis: Listen To Mother Earth, and listen well-before it is too late, indeed!