Magnificence

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Balboa Press, 2011 - Fiction - 216 pages
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Liz Miller knew something strange had happened when, after collapsing into a past-life memory, she began hearing a voice. But when she saw translucent, sandaled feet--the beginnings of the body that belonged to the voice--she knew her life had changed.

Join Liz and her friends, Sheri, Robert, and an irresistibly endearing angel, on the adventure of their lives as they travel to Peru and back in time to the ancient civilization of the Incas.

A journey of self-discovery, with wisdom and humor they teach each other the passage to self-realization--on the way fulfilling a remarkable ancient prophecy that will help transform humanity into a magnificent new world.

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About the author (2011)

Maureen Sullivan, who holds a doctorate in theology from Fordham University, is associate professor of theology at St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH, and is a national theological consultant for Sadlier, Inc. She gives workshops and keynote speeches across the country on contemporary theological issues, especially those concerning the Vatican II.

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