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  • Alcheringa – When the First Ancestors Were Created

    Alcheringa is a story filled with intrigue, deception, and the planned destruction of a mission that left only ninety survivors to be cast upon the Earth.

    Fifty thousand Star-people came from the Pleiades – and many other stars in our galaxy – in a giant starship, the ‘Rexegena’, to restore light and life on planet Earth after it had been taken over by the Reptilians.

    The story is about their survival on a planet whose atmosphere they could barely breathe, a sun that burnt their skin, and a dangerous and poisonous environment that took many of the survivor’s lives.

    Their struggle and success in creating our race is the miracle they wrought. It is our past and they are our heritage.

    The story has been given to us by ALCHERINGA, the Golden One, an Ancient Creator Ancestor known to the Indigenous race of Australia, and the Star People on Earth who remember.

    The way the story unfolds is a true gift from the Source.  A conquest of darkness by the Light of Love.

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  • Beyond Boundaries

    Beyond Boundaries is available in Hardback and Paperback

    Helen Parry Jones shares every aspect of her life with absolute honesty and in a refreshingly down-to-earth manner. Her story is a backdrop to enable her spiritual guide Sam, through daily tutoring from her earliest recollection, to offer wisdom and enlightenment in overcoming the abundance of life’s many difficult challenges, not only for Helen, but for the countless people she meets socially and provides treatment for professionally.

    Helen reveals how, with Sam’s guidance, she develops a much higher level of consciousness, not only to communicate with another dimension beyond the boundaries of our existence, but whereby she can access the energy that surrounds and connects to our physical form to locate illness and malfunctions within the body with astounding accuracy.

    An extraordinary life with an exceptional gift. The story of one woman’s power to heal.

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  • So Big the Land

    As a tender young townie in the revolutionary sixties, Sue steps away from all that is familiar to spend her life with a man she has known for three weeks, and with little prelude is thrown into the deep-end of a gritty farming life in a man’s world.

    A life of hard work on untamed lands, a two year odyssey through the Outback, and months spent in a remote Aboriginal community reveal to Sue the very character of the Australian landscape.

    This is the story of one woman’s metamorphosis from timid, imaginative child to resilient worldly woman – a profound journey of self-discovery through tragedy, life-threatening adventure, and overwhelming joy.

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  • Walkabout to Wisdom

    Finalist 2019 International Book Awards – Best New Non-fiction; Spirituality General; Travel: Guides and Essays

    Finalist 2019 Book Excellent Awards – Travel category

    Honourable mention Readers Favourites 2019 International Books Awards – Non-fiction Environment category

    Walkabout to Wisdom, an inspiring, beguiling and evocative story from the Australian Outback, will leave you enthralled and enchanted so universal are its themes and so important is its message today.

    “Liberated” from his investment banking career in New York, after the September 11, 2001 attacks, Lachlan returned to his beloved Outback for a two year walkabout – a journey in which he came to intimately connect with Nature’s teaching and the life wisdom it makes available to all.

    From the majestic vastness of its deserts to the rugged beauty of the Kimberley, Lachlan’s soulful tale will take you to the most captivating places on the Australian continent. His love for the land, and respect for its capacity to heal and reawaken, will mesmerise you with its insight, honesty and humanity.

    Walkabout to Wisdom, quite simply, gives Nature the articulate voice we now need to hear more than ever.

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  • Whispers Among the Prairie

    Set in the American West Whispers among the Prairie features the plight of the Southern Cheyenne’s lead by Chief Black Kettle. They seek peace with the white man but find war through the battles of Sand Creek and the Washita.

    One particular woman named Morning Dove becomes a bridge between her own world and the other world that threatens her way of life. Black Kettle is her guardian and insists she learns the English language. Little does she realise that a chance meeting with Captain Clinton McKay would change her destiny and everything she believed in.

    Enter Captain Clinton McKay, after the civil war he becomes stationed at Fort Laramie, Indian skirmishes abound and has a brief romance with Nancy, the General’s daughter. One day Nance disappears while riding out of the fort’s grounds and is never seen again.
    The friendship of Morning Dove and Clinton develop at Camp Supply after the battle of the Washita. Friendship turns into love and is a complete surprise to them. Eventually they confess their love for each other but have to sneak around and hide their love so no one knows. They know their love won’t be accepted into mainstream society which is anti- Native American at this point.

    Captain Clinton McKay is presumed dead after a stagecoach attack but survives with the other passengers trespassing over the prairie lands and finding safety at an army fort. Morning Dove hears reports of the attack and comes to the conclusion that Clinton is dead and eventually marries a tribe member.

    Once Clinton comes back to see Morning Dove, his heart is broken and feels it will never be repaired. He takes an assignment to Texas to stem the Comanche uprising but he never makes it there and turns back to win Morning Dove’s love.

    Clinton is seen as a deserter and is wanted by the army, he is found guilty and is sent to be killed by firing squad but The Cheyenne Dog Soldiers rescue him by creating havoc and fighting the soldiers at the fort.

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