The Oracle of Khemsa Nu 2011
An epic fantasy. Book one in a three part trilogy. The story is set in the new age which follows the destruction of the current world. The sacred portal has been destroyed. Mankind is required to recreate the original oracle portal or face the unleashing of hell on earth. But after 100 years of failure there is little hope of success. The new age has descended into a dark age. In order to repair and restore the natural ecology several species of elemental creatures were given physical form. In the second century, due to a strange incident, one of the high ranking elementals, the princess of water sprites, is made aware of the desperate plight of mankind. What she does next will change the fate of mankind, setting into motion the chain of events that will risk all to bring about the creation of the oracle portal. This novel is richly laced with indigenous themes and ethereal journeys that tunnel into the reader’s subconscious mind. It also includes a generous dose of erotica. Archetypes of good versus evil.
Awakening The Master Feminine
There is a master feminine faculty that governs a woman’s feminine attributes, reproductive system and behavior. Like a radio tower every woman is always broadcasting a subliminal message to every man all the time. And men are always responding to her broadcast, rather she realizes it or not. Her relationship experience is based on this broadcast. There are four feminine archetypes, each one a division of her feminine energy. This feminine energy, her individual energy signature, determines her broadcast, and what she is attracting to herself. This is the book used as a manual in the Grand Trine Tantra programs.
Amanmere SPECIAL EDITION
This is the cult classic that started it all! It is the report of the author’s seven year research project within indigenous cultures. The Amanmere Research Project involved interviews with many elders, medicine men, healers, priests, Okomfos, mid-wives and counselors in the indigenous communities of West Africa, The Caribbean and North America. These were people with special skills and knowledge handed down for generations. Much of this information was in danger of being lost, as many of these elders were advanced in age with no one to follow them. The discussion centered around the relationships and family. Out of print for many years this special edition is only available for a limited time.