Adora and a Gift of Life

Mystical Memories Echo Eloculously throughout the Eons

by Joseph Basil Giletto

Adora and a Gift of Life
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Adora and a Gift of Life

Mystical Memories Echo Eloculously throughout the Eons

by Joseph Basil Giletto

Published Jun 17, 2021
436 Pages
Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Ancient Mysteries & Controversial Knowledge



 

Book Details

To Ride in the Warmth of Eternity’s Sunrise and Kiss the Joy

“We are all connected in Love’s energy mystical might. Where you end… I am there… in the Blue-Black of Knight. We merge in the Oneness, and with Venus’s blush on our face, a New Universe is embraced. Many cycles passed for Chung to reach that place of Serenity. “Vykwarus!” “The World is at War. I can feel it in the water, feel it in the earth, and smell it in the air. ‘Vykwarus’ means war in Elfin.” Twenty, and one on a stretcher, are all crewmates of a defeated starship. Left on this planet where Chung dwells. He tends to all. Chung’s empath abilities healed the crew, but Chung was now close to Death. As a warrior becomes One with nature, he or she develops several warrior beasts and can use their power. Mother Seacore, the Great Himalayan Snow Lion, is the celestial animal of Tibet. Mother Seacore and the crew take Chung to the Great Mother Tree of Weeping Willow. He is cured under that great tree. Chung shows the crew the Power of Plants and Gifts of Animals. Adora of impossible beauty helps guide Chung along his path. Chung is a consummate Samurai. He lives by the ethical codes of Bushido. Many adventures encountered, Chung makes a great sacrifice to allow Adora to meet her Destiny. Chung often travels Multiverse portals and timelines to defend or aid the helpless from evil. Chung patiently waits until the time Oneness is found, and he gets to Ride in the Warmth of Eternities Sunrise and Kiss the Joy.

 

About the Author

Joseph Basil Giletto

As we all journey through life, ups and downs are found. In this journey, I have met many individuals who helped me form my thoughts on Life and Death. I have had three life-threatening medical problems, and by all statistics, I should be dead. Maybe my reason to still be here is to share some stories. “Near-death experiences, you say?” Perhaps! I will find out someday.

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