The Veil of Light: (The New Millennium)

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Robert D. Reed Publishers, Jul 1, 2001 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Part I takes place on the Planet, Vonbemar. A young woman, Anna, is transported to an alien planet, Vonbemar, where she begins having contorted and tumultuous adventures. The journey teaches her self-reliance and develops her inner strength. This prepares her for what she will face later on Earth . . .Part II takes place on Earth. Before leaving Vonbemar, Anna encounters the most feared and despised being in the universe, Lucifer. She finds that his existence is not veiled in mystery, but by man's ignorance.Somehow she feels a strong connection to Lucifer. She is told that she has been chosen to destroy the anti-Christ who now lives on Earth. Confused by this strange request, Anna pleads with him to explain why. He reveals that she is the reincarnation of God's once most treasured human being, and that it is her destiny to purge the world of Evil. She is warned of a cataclysmic event that will take place on Earth. She is told why so many natural disasters have occurred. The plot reaches a dramatic crescendo during the final battle for domination between Good and Evil.

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G.S. Michelsen was born and raised in Norway, where people believe strongly in the supernatural. As a child her grandparents fascinated her with stories, which continue to inspire her writing to this day. She came to the U.S. in the mid-1960s and settled in Iowa. She earned her M.A. in Education from the University of Northern Iowa. She also took many courses in writing and English. For several years she worked as a teacher and a school counselor. She is the mother of two grown daughters (one is a veterinarian and one works with computers). She has four grandchildren. Today she lives on a hobby farm near Waterloo, Iowa, with her family, four dogs, a pony, and a goose.

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