is it a spiritual or a Sci-Fi book? See what you think....
The Iyrin Chronicles is a mystical work, a book of prophecy that speaks to the human heart in response to the troubles of humanity and the transition we are facing.
So … who, or what, are The Iyrin of which this book speaks? Men have called them “angels,” the ones who returned to Earth from heaven, sent by The Creator to provide guidance and comfort to mankind, as we suffer through the present and coming changes caused by loss, illness, the corruption of the Earth, and other planetary shifts that are to come. Their purpose is to ensure humankind does not sink into utter madness and despair during these unprecedented times, and eradicate themselves completely from the sight of God.
A new form of man is soon to be born upon the Earth – a “just” species – children of The Father, whom The Iyrin will serve to protect from those among men who would see them destroyed.
From the inner-city streets of Chicago to the mysterious snow-covered mountain peaks of farthest China, the human voices in this multilayered novel are perplexed and conflicted. But the spiritual voices and the story they tell are irrefutable and cannot be ignored. Each is driven forth by the Will of God, whose existence is no longer in doubt. The Iyrin Chronicles speaks of an apocalyptic time in the not-so-distant future. Read, believe and prepare...for they are coming.
A Snip from her book:
Part of Chapter 3
The Musings of Amun:
“I have no malice toward Man, for I was not created thusly. But you must know the pain of the foundation upon which he has so graciously been given and has so wantonly misused. You must understand her pain to accept Man’s consequence in the matter. The Iyrin were not created with judgment; we were created for and with one purpose – to obey the will of our Creator.
“As I approached the atmosphere of Earth, I could feel the spirit flesh of my face getting warmer. Sweet Earth was covered in a warm blanket of clouds, but the festering wounds inflicted upon her within and without by Mankind smelled of rot. My task would be daunting, but I rejoiced at the thought of returning to the sphere, which simultaneously supported the pain and the beauty of life. There were worlds far older and some might say, far prettier, but none teemed with the variety of life and color that dwelt upon and within Earth. She was indeed the greenhouse of the universe.”
Synchronicity happens all the time and it was readily apparent with this book. As soon as I opened the book there was a picture of the author's family home that is almost an exact copy of my paternal family's home.
Dorothy recounts her growing up in that home. She shares all the hopes of a regular life but the story is about happy and not so happy events.
To use a statement from Abraham Hicks: "It is very difficult to understand what anybody's else's experience is. There aren't enough words to really understand what anybody else is living. You work rather hard at sameness but you will never win that same battle, from Nonphysical, diversity is known to be the most beneficial part of the game."
Thanks for sharing this. It reminds the reader to have the realization that it does us good to take a look at our life and think about our past. We can look at the positive and ask what has been a valuable learning experience.
Amazon Book Review
Dorothy Preston's debut memoir, Getting Off the Radiator: A Story of Shame, Guilt, and Forgiveness, is the story of a child growing up in a twenty-eight-room mansion infested with roaches and overrun with hippies, thieves, drug abusers, alcoholics, and a murderer. The youngest of seven children abandoned by their father, Preston watched while her mother struggled to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads while also diving deeper into the bottle, standing in line for welfare, and renting rooms in their home for income. Given the cast of characters who passed through the house and the absence of parental guidance, the family lived the life of a twisted fairy tale in which shame, guilt, and anger played leading roles. Preston recounts her journey through childhood into adulthood, her years waging battles with her difficult past, overcoming adversity, practicing forgiveness, and cherishing the love of a family whose bonds cannot be broken. Beautifully written and accompanied by intimate family photographs, this is a memoir that breaks open what it means to live with a difficult past while struggling to embrace a hopeful future.
Get the book: https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Off-Radiator-Story-Forgiveness/dp/1951651863?dchild=1&keywords=Getting+off+the+radiator&qid=1624447027&sr=8-1&linkCode=sl1&tag=theminwor01-20&linkId=e51eb1d2b3d6a239fd7d9be1bf2122c8&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl