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Reading this affecting blast of transference is an act of mind-expanding shamanism. After this narrative, you will recognize the other side of your life, and you will be given the ability to foresee the future and use extrasensory perception to make your life righteous and beautiful. This story is about our origin moment of this new millennium, but it begins in the 1960s. It introduces a young man who is thrust into difficult circumstances early in his childhood, but after spending inordinate amounts of time outdoors on a farm, he is reborn through the nurturing qualities in nature where he feels kinship, including a very close connection to his deceased family members whom he believes are still alive and living in the light of the cosmos. The young man develops keen senses that enable him to read wildlife and communicate with his horse. He begins to see the world differently than most people. This conditioning empowers him, and he unknowingly begins to take his first footsteps as a young American shaman. Remarkable and colorful events follow as he grows into manhood and adopts his Native American girlfriend and an elderly native shamanic artist as family. They read his signs and realize he has a special calling that directs them all to Peru. They engage in precarious activities to afford their travel to the beaches, mountains, and jungles of this incredibly interesting nation where he finds more helpers, his mysterious journey gains focus, and he is guided on a spectacular adventure, culminating with an out-of-this-world event. A series of endings reveal moving underpinnings of the story and take you to a finale that is unlike any you may have experienced before. A 420 thread is woven through this literary adventure that introduces a new genre: 420 Cult Fiction. Twenty-six photos help paint the picture.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001121268209
    • ISBN:  9781370229932

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