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The Special Shell
by Marion B. Powell and Cathy Burgess


Overview - Marion B. Powell and her husband, Jim, often visit the Hawaiian Island of Molokai. There they love to see their son David, his wife Divina, and youngest grandchild, Marion Rose Powell.

This story came into being as a gift from an Ancient One whose essence is on the Island.  Read more...


 
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More About The Special Shell by Marion B. Powell; Cathy Burgess
 
 
 
Overview
Marion B. Powell and her husband, Jim, often visit the Hawaiian Island of Molokai. There they love to see their son David, his wife Divina, and youngest grandchild, Marion Rose Powell.

This story came into being as a gift from an Ancient One whose essence is on the Island.

Marion mediated while seated in a beautiful tree-shaded arbor; it was covered with vines and the scented blooms of decorative flowering shrubs. This was her practice - to always be thankful and in awe of the Paradise this planet offers.

In Marion's revelry, she sensed the presence of "earth-bound" souls. When this happens, she mentally announces her knowledge and instructs those present how to be released from their bondage into the Light.

Marion later learned of the history of the "Heiau," an ancient temple formed mainly from fitted rock. Human sacrifice was part of some rituals. One remnant remained of this structure behind the small dwelling she was visiting.

The next morning, as Marion sat eating the delightful Hawaiian bread and papaya, a voice in her head told her to write. Thus the story was dictated and given as a "gift" for her service. Marion was instructed to share this story.

Marion is humbled and thankful for such a loving gift. She is pleased to present "The Special Shell."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781480967175
  • ISBN-10: 1480967173
  • Publisher: Rosedog Books
  • Publish Date: June 2016
  • Page Count: 38
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.18 pounds


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