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Sacred Mission: A Call to Action (The Folk of Yore) Paperback – July 15, 2015
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Dr. Aubrey Manning is a renowned author and tenured professor of environmental science. Her written works include the books, Contemporary Ecosystems: Out of Mind, Out of Balance and A Common Paradox: The Connection Between Unconnected Events, as well as numerous scientific papers.
Dr. Manning’s recent work has become quite controversial and Sacred Mission: A Call to Action is the only means through which she can present her current findings to the public.
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The first book, Sacred Memories: A Journey of Destiny is based on the writing of a young parchment maker in the year 626 A.D. The journey he undertakes requires him to confront his greatest fears. The second book, Sacred Mission: A Call to Action, is written by Aubrey Manning, who discovered the 7th-century writings that comprise the first book, Sacred Memories.
Fantastically written with language that's precise, unique and elegant, the books are filled with wisdom and timely messages about the Earth and the days we live in. The books awaken a very deep knowing just by holding them, reading them and pausing to integrate them. In other words, you might find yourself slightly altered (in a good way) "just" for reading them.
For me, The Folk of Yore is in the same category as other great works that blur the line between real and not real, seen and not seen, now and never and always. I vividly remember disappearing into Middle Earth at a turning point in my life, finding sanctuary and insight throughout Lord of the Rings. Some years later, I disappeared into the closet in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe and didn’t come out until I had read every one of The Chronicles of Narnia. And who didn't love Harry Potter? Yup. That's the level I'm talking about…
There’s so much more to say, but I don’t want to spoil it. I can only encourage you to meet The Folk of Yore for yourself…and the world.