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Athalyn J. Rose
  • Alexandria, VA
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Something About Me and My Book:
About Me:
Ms Rose is an accomplished artist who holds many titles and awards. She began her career as an elementary teacher. After graduating with a BS degree in Early Childhood Education, she taught elementary school for 7 years. However, she abandoned her career to pursue more creative pursuits. But after a mind-boggling, unimaginable paranormal experience in August 1998, she was compelled to share her experience with the world. Her entry into the world of writing became important while preparing a special photograph entitled, “Coming Out of the Dark.” The events that surrounded the photograph’s creation became the body of her book. Coming Out of the Dark: The Miraculous Biblical Painting is her first book. It recounts an inexplicable event that changed her life forever. With this book she hopes to enlighten, entertain and spread the message of light and hope….
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Embark on a mystical journey into the supernatural in Coming Out of the Dark: The Miraculous Biblical Painting.

This book recounts the true story of a glorious miracle and multiple apparitions which appeared within this muslin cloth. It came in the form of an eerie apparition of a white winged horse embedded within a serpent’s head. Reversed, that same image became the Blessed Virgin Mary. It also brought with it a powerful message using apocalyptic images which corresponded to verses from the Book of Revelation 19:11 – 20:3. The incredible mystery of this cloth was that the images appeared of their own volition and the images were only visible when the cloth was backlit by a strong light source. These images were painted on the inside of the cloth between the minute threads. Only light could bring these images to life. Otherwise, the cloth remained black on both sides.

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