Gaia's Children: The Beginning

May 12, 2015|
Gaia's Children: The Beginning
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Gaia’s Children: The Beginning is the first in a series of nine books chronicling the experiences of galactic beings incarnating on Earth during times of great expansion, to transmit the wisdom teachings to the children of the Earth.
Gaia is a garden of potential tended by an Alliance of Inter-Galactic Intelligence whose mission is to use that potential to explore expansion for all of Creation. Gaia’s Children are the living expressions of the connection between third dimensional planet Earth and her greater Celestial family. There are Star Seed Emissaries living on the planet who carry the bloodline codes of the Galactic Alliance serving the greater good during times of dramatic change. Some become embedded in the Human experience, and others remain apart from it, following their own agendas on Earth.
As the Galactic Alliance watches from a respectful distance, Gaia’s Children experience the end-times of a great collaboration playing out on the planetary surface, in the oceans, and the stars. The Star Seeds are forced to withdraw and allow Gaia to create her own transformation.
In the end times the scientist, the master teacher, the high priestess, the military leader, and those who wished to bring Atlantis down confront the distance between what they believe and what they are living … and the greater perspectives they realize in the final days. As the inevitable cataclysm unfolds, the lines between hero and villain … right and wrong, begin to fade and in the end the common threads that bind them all become the only reality. Time collapses into the eternal now, and space into infinity as the brilliant intention for the Earth Experience shows itself as not only an ending, but the beginning of a new possibility … a new dawn.

Title:Gaia's Children: The BeginningFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 12, 2015Publisher:Karen SheeksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1458153622

ISBN - 13:9781458153623

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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