The Spiritual Inception: Book One of the Series Voyage to Infinity

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AuthorHouse UK, Jun 9, 2011 - Fiction - 248 pages
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The Spiritual Inception opens in a divine part of the universe. In a place known as the Hallowed Sanctum, two proven spirits, Sarah and John, await the birth of a young soul. Having partnered each other on their voyage to infinity across several physical planes in the universe, they have achieved perfection. What stands between them and entering the Infinite One’s Eternal Land, is the task of mentoring this young spirit on its own voyage to infinity. The success of this assignment offers them the opportunity to enter a world of unimaginable joy and happiness together. As the first chapter ends, the scene is set on a world called Orburn. Similar to Earth, it is a world that will provide the young soul with the means to learn the Infinite One’s truth of life...

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Since writing the first of his books, the authors main objective continues to be his plan to try and help the creatures and people of our planet. Gazing over the world, the trend on Earth descends deeper into violent change, and insurgency, impacting most on the lives of stricken people who do not possess the resources to defend themselves. Catastrophic events, across the globe, not only destroy food harvests, but desecrate their crop areas. The theme of this sixth book; the first in the series A Voyage to Infinity, delves deeper into the theme offered by the Cyannian Trilogy. In the introductions of this series, the author seeks to suggest that we view life logically; imagine how the spirit might develop while travelling across several physical planes, similar to Earth. He persists in his belief; the demise facing humanity can only be addressed by a united world. Remaining dedicated to our Makers doctrines, the author continues to guide his life by Him.

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