New Book Reveals Universal Feminine Principle in the Human Form

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Andrew J. da Silva’s “THE GODDESS, A MOVEABLE FEAST” shares one man’s personal encounter with a goddess in the highlands of northern Spain.

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Andrew J. da Silva, author of the in-demand philosophical work “Do from the Octave of Man Number Four”, opens an out of the ordinary, transformative tale bringing to light the encounter of a remarkable woman titled THE GODDESS, A MOVABLE FEAST. This exceptional story gyrates in this special event with the eternal, universal woman he once met.

This book ponders on the universal feminine principle in the human form that manifests itself in and through ordinary life. Through the actions and deeds of one exceptional lady—a goddess—whom an old man, when he was young happens upon in northern Spain, he reinstates fragments of an ancient and esoteric knowledge lost in the new age, but known by some women in the past.

In this book, the man stresses the importance of possessing the openness and sight to recognize Venusians. A Venusian, a female goddess on Earth, brings sheer delight and an ecstatic feeling emitted by her sheer presence. This story is an encounter with one of them. It begins and ends in New York City’s Greenwich Village. It is also a story about love, a woman, and a once in a lifetime, unforgettable opportunity to meet one. He recalls this event to share it with eager men and women fascinated by his wisdom and experience accrued over a lifetime.

Although this story is a work of fiction, it mingles with the personal tale of an exalted youthful love during the time of the author’s travels throughout southern Europe. The transformative experience of an encounter with the goddess is a primary factor that influenced his personal development, connecting him and also women to feminine, universal principles.

THE GODDESS, A MOVABLE FEAST is one revealing and thought-provoking read everyone will delightfully peruse with refined impressions regarding the feminine spirit for to ponder upon.

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About the Author
Andrew J. da Silva is known for his philosophical work Do from the Octave of Man Number Four, expounding on specific ideas advanced by the famous Russian prerevolutionary authors George Gurdjief and P.D. Ouspensky. Mr. da Silva has a B.A. from the college of New Rochelle, an M.A. from Hunter College and an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps which he joined at 16 by forging his age. He was born in New York City during the morning of July 20, 1931.

THE GODDESS, A MOVEABLE FEAST * by Andrew J. da Silva
Meetings with a remarkable woman
Publication Date: April 2, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4836-1106-8
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4836-1107-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-1108-2

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