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"The Community of Believers: Christian and Muslim Perspectives"
Browse the proceedings of the 2013 Building Bridges seminar, a dialogue between leading Christian and Muslim scholars under the stewardship of Georgetown University.
The story told in "Omnec Onec: Ambassador From Venus" is not easy to categorize. It doesn't fit the mold of the typical contactee account of face-to-face meetings with benevolent aliens, nor is it like the later and more familiar abductee accounts of being swept into a ship full of grays.
What we have instead is a fascinating autobiography of a young woman born and raised in a near perfect Utopian paradise on Venus who willingly sacrifices here idyllic life there in order to come to Earth and help a young female victim of child abuse work through her punishing karma. It is an act of unselfishness few people on Earth would be capable of, and it makes for a great motivating factor in this inspiring story of interplanetary compassion.
The book opens with young Omnec Onec, called by the Venusian name given the author on her home planet (her Earthly name is Sheila), landing in the Nevada desert in 1955 and then journeying to Tennesee to take the place of the little girl she came to inhabit the body of and protect.
Along the way, we get an in-depth education in Venusian metaphysics told with the kind of attention to detail and narrative precision that makes it hard to dismiss as simple New Age raving. The beauty of the Venusian landscape, which exists at a higher vibration than Earthly mortals can see or hear, is described in breathtaking, exquisite language that carries the reader into everyday life on another planet with a practiced ease that goes well beyond any notion of science-fiction fakery.
There is also the part of the story involving the dysfunctional Earth family that Omnec Onec has traveled to be a part of. It is an emotionally powerful tale to say the least.Read more ›
Omnec, thank you for making the decision to come to the earth and thank you for writing this book. Words cannot express my feeling. I have learned so much "truth" from you. Baraka Bashad for Omnec Onec.
I find this book to be very interesting reading, as it is not your typical "alien contact/abductee/channeled" type of book. It is written from the direct experience of a woman who says she is from Venus, and she gives very detailed information about life on her planet, which I find hard to just dimiss as mere imagination. What I also find to be most interesting is her description of the religion on Venus called Om Notia Zedia, which is almost exactly like the spiritual teaching of ECKANKAR here on earth. As related in the book, she was told she would find a teaching on earth that was the same as what she had followed on her home planet, and I know for a fact that she was a member of ECKANKAR for several years. This book makes for enlightening reading, no matter what you may or may not believe, and read with an open mind, can give one something to think about.
Note: This review is being written by Omnec Onec's ex husband. I remain her close friend and supporter. I supported her during the writing of the original manuscript and what I am about to say is not concerning the content of the book, only this edition.
Tim Buckley purchased the right to reproduce the book from Wendelle Stevens without Omnec's consent or knowledge. Omnec has not been compensated at all for this edition, it is a pure rip-off. Please don't buy it unless you want to support unethical people, and gain some bad karma.
Omnec's story is important and needs to be read. I am currently working on getting her book republished legitimately, and have worked out an equitable agreement with her. If you want to get updates on this project, you can join the Omnec Onec group at [...].
I really wanted to read this book. Unfortunately, in the Kindle edition cannot be heard or read. So it sits there. I called tech support and spent lots of time trying to follow the instructions of someone who was very difficult to understand. The writing is so tiny you would have to read it with your glasses and a very powerful magnifying glass. The sound cut off after the introduction.
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A wonderful book. There are many that are here in this Time Line who come from elsewhere; they are slowly waking to who they truly are. We must all find our balance and truth as our World is in a great deal of pain. Mother Earth has a pulsebeat like a heart. Each of us have the responsibility to acknowledge Mother Earth with Love regardless of the hard lessons that we have all come here to learn.
I regret to say that all I could read of this book were the title page and the forward or introduction. Text to Speech was locked so that it would not read the book itself. I'm totally blind and I read all my Kindle books with text to speech so I was not able to read this book even though I purchased it.
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