'A powerful message of love and hope.'
James Redfield, author of The Celestine Prophesy
'Once every ten years or so a book comes along that has a major impact on my
life. Ships of Song is one of those. It brought tears to my eyes as it
awakened within me hope and anticipation of a breakthrough in consciousness
and spiritual awareness.'
Dr. Saul Shaye, author of He Who Walks On Two Worlds
'I loved the book, Ships of Song. This is a beautiful story told with Love
and insight, answering the great questions and mysteries of life. I
thoroughly enjoyed the novel and the authors' perspectives and philosophies.
Perhaps this is actually non-fiction. How fun!'
Georgia Shakti-Hill, host of 'Living in Balance' and author of Sharing the
'I will highly recommend this book to our customers who are spiritual
seekers, asking, 'Why?' Customers will be drawn to this powerful, insightful
work. Ships of Song reveals the intricate tapestry of a loving universe that
orchestrates the delicate dance of oneness with All That Is.'
New Age Retailer, March/April 2000
'In this visionary novel, the human mind has embedded memories of its
evolution from a hybrid race of earth-dwellers and extraterrestrials.
Tracing the lives of John and Elizabeth, a couple who feel compelled to
leave the city to live in the hills, the authors introduce the reader to the
possibility that we do have celestial guardians guiding us through our
lives. Through ten thousand years of humanity's growth and achievements,
Michael, Miriam, and many others hover silently and invisibly above our
planet in great ships, observing the ebb and flow of our spiritual
unfolding. Once in a while a human remembers, vaguely, the sentinels above,
perhaps in a dream or while staring into a fire. And to help people
remember, the Ships of Song emanate the great Ohm into the atmosphere.
Occasionally Ship-dwellers are sent into the world of humans, as humans
themselves. One comes to John and Elizabeth for a single hour, as their
child Rebecca, who has drawn them together in the first place as a part of a
grand pattern. As the novel reaches its crescendo and then gently draws to a
bittersweet close, the reader is left wanting a sequel. Nicely done.'
NAPRA Review, May/June 2000
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: Destiny Press Inc (October 19, 1999)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces.