As before, in accordance with Gabriel’s instructions, an enormous bonfire had been built in the meadow. After dark, they’d set it ablaze. Now, the entire family circled around it, struggling at times just to stay on their feet as the violence of the vibrations intensified. But struggle they would, and they would stay. For as long as Jesse and his cousins needed their help, this was where they’d be; these men and women and the children they’d made, joined by blood, by purpose. Joined, most of all, by love.
When Julie and Dave Armstrong had put out the call that everyone’s energies were needed to help Jesse complete his mission, the family had dropped everything and come instantly to Wind Dancer Ranch.
Julie looked at them now, standing shoulder to shoulder, daughters with their husbands, sons with their wives, young ones clinging to parents, not quite comprehending the enormity of it all, but certainly picking up on the gist of it. She’d never been more proud. And if she hadn’t been clinging to Dorado’s reassurances and working very hard to be positive, she would have been utterly terrified.
The darkness surrounding them deepened to pitch-black, relieved only by the fire. It didn’t matter. They were deep in prayers. But as the minutes ticked down toward midnight, the fire rose up, hotter, brighter, and brighter still, until Dave became aware of it on a conscious level. When he opened his eyes to make sure it was still under control, his gaze was immediately drawn to the peak of Crystal Mountain.
“Oh, my God!” he yelled, horrified. “Look at the mountain! Oh, God, the kids are up there!”
“Judith Horky does it again—opening our minds and hearts to the possibilities of the upcoming Golden Age that has long been predicted. Her characters take us on journeys between dimensions as the ‘light’ becomes more and more available to each human being. The story suggests the choices that we all have between fear and love and the dramatic outplaying of both of these intense emotions. Readers will enjoy this spiritual adventure story for both its excitement and ultimately for the lesson that it suggests; namely that we are made of Love and in realizing it, we come home to our true selves. I know readers will love this book, I did.”
-Meredith Young-Sowers, D.Div., Founder and Director:
The Stillpoint School of Integrative Life Healing.
CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN PRESS
PAGOSA SPRINGS, CO