Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The Emissary - Amazing Paranormal Water Fantasy Adventure by Patricia Cori! Out March 4th!

Just as Nathan waved goodbye, his foot about to step back on the gas, two small black birds dropped, simultaneously, out of the sky--right in the middle of the street, between them. Before either even had a chance to react, hell unleashed its fury. In one terrifying moment, hundreds of red-winged black birds plummeted to the ground, all at once, blanketing the pavement, as if something had zapped them right out of the sky Not one of them moved. It appeared that they had been hit by a force so fierce it had killed them instantaneously, in flight. Like a scene reminiscent of Hitchcock's filem, The Birds, Nathan drove in a slow crawl to the driveway, trying to avoid the fragile little bodies, but there were hundreds, maybe thousands of dead birds, strewn in every direction. They lined the pavement for as far as he could see down the road ahead of him. Their bodies were smashed against the windshield and the hood of the car and, looking through the rear view mirror, he saw the same black blanket of death, covering the street behind him...
Spending time together out by the water was always a great way to break up the tedium of the day's lessons, and it was a vital part of her work with the children, teaching them to honor and always celebrate the wonders of earth's own garden, while enjoying the magic of play That day, however, when they stepped out through the backyard gate and approached the shore, she was horrified to discover a strange, silvery patina covering the sand that, on closer inspection, turned out to be an enormous mass of dead fish. Their suffocating bodies littered the entire beachfront, all the way down the coast. She stared in disbelief, gazing as far down the shore as she could, estimating that there were tens of thousands of them, heaped up over each other, their gills expanding and contracting, as they lay dying in the open air.
The swollen female humpback was so pregnant--she seemed just hours away from delivering her calf. Sadly, this helpless mother would never live to know that ecstatic moment of birthing her infant, or teaching her baby the joy of swimming in the open sea with her; weaving the music of the waters, nestled in the safety of their pod. There would be no song, no light from the sun for these transiting souls as they passed from life, entwined and connected least not until they reached the other wide. Here, in this massive grave with their kin, shrouded in this strange electric cloud, there was only sadness and suffering a time of farewells; a time of silenced songs that might have been. 

Jamie peered deeply into the mother whale's eyes, asking permission to connect with her baby: to touch her soul. With that, the whale let fall a tear. It dropped to the sand and dissolved into traces of ocean foam, while for Jamie, that one tear was so deep she felt she could drown within it--immense as the greatest ocean, and timeless as the waves.
The might whale looked back into Jamie's eyes with that same sense of knowing, and a light sparked between them--a flicker of recognition between two ancient souls--and then, the gentle giant, a mother-to-be who never would, blew the last precious bit of air out her blowhole.
She and her unborn baby died in that instant--within that last breath, with Jamie's love around them.

As unbearable as it was to cope with the immensity of emotions surging within her, Jamie saw the others through their pain and the dying, until the suffering ended, at last, and every soul had made its passage. They deserved at least that. She knew how to hold the light for the dying, assisting in their transition to another plane, where the pure essence of her shamanic work, conducting souls through the transition from physical reality back to spirit, and she considered herself blessed to have been of service to such noble beings in their hour of going... Hopefully, thought James, as the great beings crossed over to the other side, they would remember that someone--some human being--had known and cared enough to stay through the night, to see them across the rainbow bridge.

The Emissary
By Patricia Cori

All over the world, birds, fish, dolphins, whales and more were dying... Of course people were out trying to save them, but most had been dead when they reached the earth...
After all the teams of exhausted volunteers packed
up and went home, and the sunless sky turned cold
and gloomier still in the blackness of that senseless
night, Jamie stayed, a grieving guardian in the darkness
alone but for the graveyard of dead corpses lined up on
the shore. Morning would bring crews of clean-up teams,
with all the necessary equipment...But, for that sacred
moment, hers was the only human presence there,
and she stayed through until dawn, knowing how very
profound it was to her and to the transitioning souls
of one hundred fifty whales and dolphins, who, for
some mysterious reason, had chosen to die...
One of the rescue workers in New Zealand was Jamie Hastings. She had sat with a pregnant whale as both she and her baby had died. Jamie helped those two plus all the others pass over into the light.

Jamie had real vision. She was connected from
birth with the spirit world, and she spent time
with beings and teachers from other realms:
light beings from other dimensions. She would
spent hours on end alone, in her room, rather
than playing with the other children in the
neighborhood, as she never exhibited an
affinity for playing make believe, when her
own experience was so real...
She would sit Amanda [her mother] down and
explain, patiently, that she had to spent time
with the faeries, and the spirits, or they would
disappear. It made sense to both of them, and
only them, so they managed to keep it their
carefully guarded secret, and no one, not even
her father, was in on it.

But the mystery that had caused these deaths would stay with her for the rest of her life and she intended to discover what had happened if at all possible. Sitting next to a dying giant of the ocean, she looked directly into her eyes, saw tears flow and made a direct connection to her soul. So much love flowed from Jamie that she knew a connection with the species had been formed... She didn't realize at that moment just how that would become her truth!

Jamie had been born connected to the spirit world, with a supportive mother. Her gifts began to be stronger in her twenties and soon she was being paid to act as a medium. She eventually worked at the Stanford Psychic Institute and her life evolved around her abilities. She then moved on to help the LA Police Department, which earned her talents a certain respect she needed to move on...the violence had become too much stress on her spirit.

New Zealand's tragedy had given her the mission she knew that someday she would find. She knew she had become their Emissary and would again find them sometime in the future...

It was just after the first of the year, 2012, when Mat Anderson, head of US Oil heard about what Jamie's latest job was and he was on his way to get her immediately!

If you are involved with environmental issues, have a concern and love for the whales, dolphins and other animals of this earth, this probably is a must-read for you! I found it fascinating--a fantasy? According to genre, yes... With an exceptionally surprising ending!

But it is so much more fun to consider the... intriguing, awesome...   possibilities...

An old painting by Edwin Lord Weeks showing an open-air restaurant in Lahore,
opposite the Wazir Khan Mosque during the British Raj.

"I heard her tell Oprah that she was dowsing out there--where was it again?
Martin knew Mat was trying to trap him, but still...he didn't have much of a choice but to answer his questions. It was political. "She was in Pakistan last."
Dowsing for water out there, in the desert?"
"No, Mr. Anderson--she was dowsing for oil." He figured Mat already knew, and that holding back information would only get back to the Governor. He didn't need the pressure
Mat, great actor that he was, hid his shock at Martin's disclosure, but, inside, his heart was pounding with the excitement that his hunch was right on the money. The woman dowsed for oil! "Right, right, plenty of oil over there, that's for sure...

From the time she met with Anderson and then got on board his ship, Jamie was on edge and watchful. After meeting some of the crew, who looked like they were on vacation and saw the ship, which appeared inside more like a yacht as opposed to a research or oil rigger, she knew something was off... But it wasn't until they had sailed right into the forbidden sanctuary, after the Captain had promised they would sail around it, that she knew there would be trouble...

And she knew exactly what and why, having been told... But those on the ship would have to wait, on watch and learn...

Why were they coming? Soon everybody on the ship had come out and by the time they had all come the ship was completed encircled and the whales were coming closer and closer...


A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia Cori has been immersed in the New Thought Movement since its inception there in the early 1970??s. She has utilized her clairvoyant abilities in healing and support work throughout her life, which has been dedicated in great part to the study of mysticism, philosophy, ancient civilizations, metaphysical healing, spirituality and unexplained mysteries. She is a world-renowned author, teacher/lecturer and spiritual guide to the sacred sites of the Earth.

She has been recognized and celebrated as a gifted shaman by indigenous spirit teachers of the Tibetan, Mayan and Peruvian traditions. In 1996, she established SoulQuest Journeys, and that year led a group of spirit travelers, to whom she introduced the sacred temples and breathtaking spirit of the Tibetan landscape, to Nepal and Tibet. She has since guided people through sacred sites in Asia, Mexico, Egypt, Europe and Peru, awakening them to Earth energies and the Secret Wisdom. One of her most popular journeys involves leading people into the crop circle formations every summer, in the mystical lands of England.

Patricia's books The Sirian Revelations and CD of channeled meditations have enjoyed worldwide acclaim as wake-up call material for the expanding consciousness of humankind. They have been re-released to a vast international audience this year by North Atlantic Books/Random House Distribution and are also available in several foreign language editions.

She hosts the cutting edge web radio talk show, BEYOND THE MATRIX - a program dedicated to exploring new avenues of human thought and experience and merging science and spirit. And she has just founded Save Earth's Oceans, Inc., a worldwide non profit organization dedicated to the great whales and dolphins.

Her latest best-selling book, BEFORE WE LEAVE YOU: MESSAGES FROM THE GREAT WHALES AND THE DOLPHIN BEINGS, is receiving rave reviews. Through it, she reveals startling revelations from the Cetacean Nation as to the evolutionary crisis of the Planet, the urgency for humankind to respond, and the galactic role the Cetaceans are playing in weaving the harmonics of the earth through the seas.

Her latest project - LITTLE BOOKS by Patricia Cori - launched in July 2013 will provide her readers with a collection of short, concise works on topics about which she is impassioned and knowledgeable, as digital editions released through kindle on amazon. Volume 1, HEAVEN IS HERE, BENEATH A TREE, is a moving collection of her artistry as a photographer and artist, and poems which reflect her love of the earth and her visions of the beyond.

A true spirit leader, Patricia Cori is weaving her own music into the souls of her readers, calling upon humankind to wake up and take its true role of leadership for the preservation of the magnificent Planet Earth. She is most definitely a force to be dealt with!

"Amazing works, but 'phenomenal' is far more accurate! Uncanny intuition and incredible psychic gifts have made Patricia Cori an international icon and one of the finest radio hosts on BBS Radio, with her weekly radio program Beyond the Matrix. Her extraordinary vision and the way she communicates her truth to her readers will make Patricia a staple in every library. This woman will change your entire life, just like magic!"
--Donald Newsom, president of BBS Network, Inc.

"Patricia Cori is a living library and her books are living vessels"
--Alfred Webre, Exopolitics. 

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