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The Pharaoh's Builders



The Pharaoh's Builders, by Heather Perrywinkle Smith


In the Earth's unbridled joy of prolific living, communion and oneness; a possibility sparks into existence. Ten thousand years ago in Egypt, before what we know of recorded history there was a different kind of Pharaoh. Though his rule was absolute, he and those he surrounded himself with not only defied conventionality, they defied reality. His builder Angyet has earned the position of architect of the largest structure ever conceived in a monumental pyramid. Her skill goes beyond this task as she is also an architect of reality itself. She is able to create and alter anything by request of the molecules and having connection as oneness with all things. Meet Bilal, born a slave yet somehow unbroken and undeterred, he reaches for the beauty of the oneness even in the darkness that is his everyday life. Oneness itself is conspiring to gather an unlikely group of those with the capacity for communion, who are audacious and brave enough to question their reality and strive for the creation of a future the world has never known in the character of humanity. The Pharaoh's Builders weaves together an engaging story revealing the magic and beauty hidden in all things and the unlikely choices for kindness in a world most often ugly with the cruelty of those willing to kill for a position of power. Read more here



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