Winter Springs, Fla. (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
“Once I learned that Atlanteans had the ability to imprint – the fusing of two souls, giving them the knowledge, memories and unerring ability to find each other in a future timeline – the book just flowed.” It was this idea that inspired Christina M. Blackwell to write her book “The Atlantean Imprint” (published by Balboa Press), which is getting a renewed marketing push.
“The Atlantean Imprint” tells the story of Alexa, who suddenly begins experiencing excruciating headaches coupled with visions of a culture and people she doesn’t immediately recognize. So vivid are the images, she wonders if she’s losing her mind. But when one of her parents’ employees is murdered, followed shortly by her mother and cousin being shot, Alexa reevaluates her visions. History, it appears, is repeating itself in the present.
As memories resurface of her life in Atlantis, Alexa is driven to write them down in unerring detail even as events unfold in the present that uncannily resemble the past. Alexa knows that her Atlantean love, Danu, has promised to find her in this lifetime, but will Danu be able to do so before Xynu, back in this lifetime, attempts to ruin them all?
Rich in sensory detail, “The Atlantean Imprint” takes the reader into a world that no longer exists. Blackwell says that with extraordinary spiritual knowledge of the universal oneness, crystals, and the Earth’s energy, the Atlanteans had created a technologically advanced and idyllic way of life. And yet they abused their gifts and lost it all. Or did they?
“Who knows? Thanks to a few who were chosen to imprint, Atlantis and all its knowledge could rise again,” Blackwell states.
“The Atlantean Imprint”
By Christina M. Blackwell
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 404 pages | ISBN 9781452548999
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 404 pages | ISBN 9781452548982
E-Book | ISBN 9781452548975
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Christina M. Blackwell was born in California, raised in Europe, and then moved to Canada for seven years before settling in Florida with her husband and four kids. With all that moving around, books became wonderful friends. When she read “Edgar Cayce on Atlantis,” she got hooked on the lost continent. It was inevitable that she'd write her own book on Atlantis. She's presently working on another Atlantean tale.
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