The Lady from Atlantis

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Oughten House, 1994 - Fiction - 256 pages
Millennium after millennium, male rulers have repeatedly failed to bring peace to this planet. Now the era for feminine intervention is rapidly becoming apparent and replacing many exhausted male social systems. Many thinkers seek insight to the complexities behind questions which encompass duality: Can man and woman achieve Oneness? Can there be a female Messiah? Is global peace obtainable?

Lady from Atlantis is a fictional story which offers insight to many of these concerns. This highly animated story is told from the heart, while providing a spiritual orientation for reflection.

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About the author (1994)

Dr. Robert V. Gerard Holistic Psychologist, author, lecturer, and visionary healer Dr. Gerard began his working career as a civil engineer. Finding his interests lay with helping people, he completed a B. A. in Social Psychology at Florida Atlantic University (1978) and a M.S. in Management/Organizational Psychology at Nova University (1981). He attended the Ph.D. Adult Educational Program Management at Georgia State University (1983-1985) and East-West Psychology Ph.D. at the California Institute for Integral Studies (1989-1092). In 1998, he completed his Doctorate in Metaphysical Philosophy at The College of Metaphysical Studies. Dr. Gerard's forty-year career encompasses such diverse fields as engineering, manufacturing, banking, education, therapeutics, and publishing. He has been employed by major corporations, chaired an international convention, and spearheaded training programs throughout the United States. Dr. Gerard sustains a private counseling practice in Holistic and Organizational Psychology. He also offers lectures, seminars, and workshops on the DNA Healing Techniques, Confrontation Skills Training, and ZeRo Point Accelerated Healing Technologies. He is international published, has written six books, dozens of articles, and has produced several instructional CDs and audiotapes available through the Foundation.

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