Children of the Light

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - 118 pages
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Children of the Light tells the story of a family's discovery of their spiritual destiny to bring healing energy to a desperate world. Every day their experiences are life-altering! While one child entertains guests from the 'other side,' the other travels through swirling time portals that go back in time - even to the dinosaurs! Angels appear with crowns and blazing swords, and in one instance as a musical ensemble. Miraculous healings occur on a regular basis, and coded messages are sent daily to alter their spiritual DNA.

This book will appeal across a wide spectrum of the 'spiritually curious.' Many thousands experience déjà vu, synchronicity, or an unexplainable spiritual yearning, but most are uncertain how to respond. And millions more are disillusioned and fed up with the contradictions, hypocrisy and scandal of organized religion. Children of the Light will provide them with a desirable outlet to fulfill their spiritual needs. Perhaps most amazing of all, is the phenomenon of the Indigo children, who some believe represent 90% of all children under 12 years of age. These children and their parents will experience considerable life change after reading this book
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
13
Chapter Three
27
Chapter Four
40
Chapter Five
58
Chapter Six
67
Chapter Seven
99
About the Authors
117
Recommended Study
118
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About the author (2004)

Born in smalltown, PA where I attended public school. After graduating high school I went to college in Washington State where I took classes in literature and sociology. I then moved to Los Angeles where I got a job working for a private college as a coordinator. I lived there for about five years before I moved back to a different small town in PA to help my parents who were dealing with health issues. I worked and lived briefly for another college in D.C. but now have meager under the table jobs to get by in PA. My first novel Per Pound of Flesh was self-published in May 2013. I published a novella Controller Cords in June 2013.

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