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A fascinating and thought provoking passionately written science-fiction story.
This outstanding book sends out a powerful and very strong message to its readers. Woven into a fascinating science-fiction plot is the fact that we are stewards of the world, its fate, and ultimately our own is in the hands of everyone. Mother earth is a strong spirit with incredible ways of protecting herself. Everyone is accountable, and can make a difference. As it says in the book “People must understand that it isn’t up to someone else to save them. Their power is within and always has been.”
The story opens with Virginia Sutter a multilingual geologist and writer deciding to attend a conference in Zurich by Nickolai Sparsinsky a reclusive Russian scientist. Neither Virginia, nor Nickolai could have imagined that the decision would change both their lives forever!
Its love at first sight, and it isn’t long before Nicholai manages to escape Russia and relocate to America. It is in Montana that they meet a young 14 year old Indian girl called Olivia, who even so young possesses special healing powers. An instant friendship develops and Virginia invites Olivia to live with them on their ranch in the Pryor Mountains.
There Nickolai builds a laboratory set into the mountains. He is passionate about his research and the icing on the cake comes the day when Nickolai reveals proudly to his wife that there is in fact another secret lab. Taking her there he explains the full potential of his achievement in successfully turning on higher energy states at the cellular level. Although elated, both are very aware that his breakthrough can help mankind, but it also worryingly has the potential to be weaponised in the wrong hands.
Nickolai’s tragic death soon after his revelation sends government officials flocking to the ranch desperate to discover what the talented scientist has been working on, but the secret lab isn’t discovered. Unaware, the officials after ransacking the lab leave with plenty of paper, but the secret it safe.
Soon after, Virginia enters the secret lab alone and something happens. Then, it isn’t long before Virginia discovers that Nickolai will always be with her both in her dreams and also in the form of the baby growing inside her.
As soon as he is born Olivia calls him her ‘Child of Light.’ Zac is no ordinary baby, and afraid that his abilities will be noticed, the women do their best to protect him. However, not even Olivia can shield him from the cruel events of life, and it is a sad orphaned boy who finds himself travelling with Olivia to Vermont, to live with his uncle Brian.
As this amazing story progresses the bond between Brian, Olivia, and Zac grows. With Olivia’s spiritual guidance, and Brian’s enthusiasm and dedication Zac grows into an intelligent young man. Then, a meeting with his father’s oldest friend, opens doors for Zac into his father’s world. Finally understanding his research, an incredulous Zac, through it, and his mother’s guidance in visions, finally realises his role in life.
As natural disasters leave the planet desecrated and the death tolls rise, the government wants him discredited but the people love him. What will destiny hold for Zac, Olivia’s Child of Light, and the planet we all take for granted?
Murray Rosenthal one of the authors is a world-renowned, board-certified psychiatrist, researcher, and lecturer who thrives on adventure, and lives with his wife on Lake Tahoe. Whilst his multi-award-winning co-author Beverly Knauer is a retired chief of rehabilitation services, who now enjoys writing stimulating novels. Her two previous works are the visionary ‘The Line Between’ and ‘The Soul’s Hope.
This is an exciting story, passionately written. With space travel, biological weapons and incredibly thought-provoking content it really does makes compulsive reading – Highly recommended!
About the Author’s:
Dr. Murray Rosenthal
Dr. Murray Rosenthal is, first and foremost, a seeker of truth. He spent nearly thirty years as a clinical psychologist and researcher trying to understand problems like the interphase of emotional states with physical illness, or management of chronic pain. He worked as psychiatric consultant to the Heart Transplant Team and Head Injury & Stroke Units at Sharp Memorial Hospital, and director of the Balance Program (an eating disorders unit) at Harbor View Medical Center in San Diego, California. In 2004, he earned the designation of Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, considered by his peers to be in the upper one percent of practicing psychiatrists.
In the early 1980s Dr. Rosenthal was host of, ‘Ask the Psychiatrist’, with co-host, Ken Kramer, in San Diego. For more than ten years, he was also a regular guest on local TV shows, “Inside San Diego” and “Sun Up San Diego.” 1995, he appeared as a guest expert on the Sally Jessie Raphael show.
Dr. Rosenthal has also lived a double life as a world adventurer. He backpacked across Asia, I hiked to Annapurna base camp from Pokhara, went to the Festival of the Tooth in the mountains of Sri Lanka, and visited ashrams in India. When he married his wife Janet, they spent their honeymoon in Tibet. In Africa, they walked with the Masai, hiked the jungles of Rwanda to see the silverback gorillas, had giraffes feeding at their window in Kenya, walked the Township district of Cape-town with a local healer, and spent time with the isolated and primitive Himba tribe. In the northern territories of Australia, they were serenaded by an Aboriginal didgeridoo player on a hillside as a thunder storm moved across the plain below. In a series of trips over more than three years, they sailed their 65 foot catamaran 2/3 around the world.
Dr. Rosenthal and his wife somehow found time among all this adventure to raise a son and a daughter. Their son, Jonathan, is a writer, producer, and actor. Their daughter, Julia, is head of research for the innovative online freelance labor broker TaskRabbit. He even achieved significant recognition in parenthood, being among the 36 fathers asked to write chapters for the book, If I Were Your Daddy, This is What You’d Learn. Predictably, Dr. Rosenthal’s chapter was about how a life lesson taught him by a philosopher he met in India gave him tools to raise his children and in therapy with his patients.
Today Dr. Rosenthal and Janet spend much of their time in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, and the remainder in ports of call such as Fiji.