Emissary of Light by James Twyman

By James Twyman

Traveling in 1995 round war-torn Bosnia and Croatia, the place he had long gone to degree a peace live performance, this author encountered The Emissaries: a small team of mystics who meditated 12 hours an afternoon. He went directly to aspect their message—that humanity was once now able to create a brand new world—in a e-book that used to be translated into greater than a dozen languages. This new version provides behind-the-scenes information regarding the people met on that journey and offers extra observation at the priests' compelling mystic imaginative and prescient.

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It wasn’t there. I remembered that I had left it in my backpack, which was stored underneath the bus. I told the old man. “This is not good,” he said, quite concerned. ” His caution frightened me. I wouldn’t have thought leaving my passport in the luggage compartment was a big deal. But then again, this was my first visit to a war zone. Finally my turn came. A sternlooking man with dark eyes asked for my passport in Croatian. I asked him if he spoke English. He said, “No. ” The old man stood up and told him the situation.

Suddenly they were no longer wanted in their own towns, just because of their country’s national religion. 37 EMISSARY OF LIGHT “Maybe I can help you get into the States,” I told her. “Don’t even say that,” she said. ” “I don’t know what I can do. I don’t know if I can do anything, but I’m willing to try. Why don’t you come to Zagreb with me and we can go to the embassy together? ” “But you can’t just walk into the American embassy and ask these things,” she told me. “You have no idea how it is here.

I could hear nothing. More lanterns lit the way, so I descended the staircase. It was a narrow walk. I felt the earth walls, cold and moist. I wondered where this stairway would lead. Shortly it ended at a door made from a piece of canvas. I pulled aside the canvas but did not enter. Before me was a huge white room, dazzling radiantly—and yet I saw no lanterns or other source of light. The size of the room was hard to gauge, but it had to be at least a hundred feet around. Like everything else in this place, the room was twelve-sided, with some sort of a diagram on the 27 EMISSARY OF LIGHT floor.

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