|About the Book|
This is a story of a botched abduction. Amber, the victim, survives but suffers from blunt force trauma to the head, leaving her without memory and causes amnesia. She can’t remember her name, where she lived, a job, nothing. She can’t remember oneMoreThis is a story of a botched abduction. Amber, the victim, survives but suffers from blunt force trauma to the head, leaving her without memory and causes amnesia. She can’t remember her name, where she lived, a job, nothing. She can’t remember one person she has known to whom she can turn to for help.A stranger, Cora, takes her in – not a person of plenty but someone with very little herself. The only thing she can offer for sure is shelter. She can barely scrape enough together to feed her son Jesse and herself. This doesn’t matter to Cora after meeting Amber. “I can’t leave this young woman to the streets. I can share what little I have.”The first thing Amber learns while living with Cora is the value and importance of friendship She learns a lot more helpful information when she goes with Cora to her self-discovery group: how to set goals for her life- how to sift through what is holding her in this place of fear, uncertainty, confusion, and loss of self-confidence.Then the group reads the chapters on the first centuries- what it reveals is life changing for Amber. In ancient times they taught what was called The Mystery Teachings. It was about how everyone has personal power given to us by our Creator.The authorities of that time banned these teachings. Secret societies sprang up to continue to teach them. Some of our presidents belonged to these societies.Amber knew she had learned lifesaving knowledge that would enable her or anyone through their personal power to find answers that would guide them to do anything they aspired to. The things she learned were important.She became aware that self-knowledge is not easy. We are prone to deny the things we are afraid to face. However, it holds answers not only to the truth of who and what we are, but to truths of the universe. And truth sets us free.