Jade French is baffled when she inherits her grandfather Zipacna’s home in Chi’país, Mexico. She’s neither seen nor heard from him in twenty-five years. If he hadn’t cared enough to keep in touch, what kind of place could it be? And why didn’t he leave it to her father?
Friend Mari urges her to at least check things out. Jade argues that a trip to Mexico is out of the question right now. She’s too busy climbing the corporate ladder. Mari persists.
No surprise: she didn’t inherit a home; it’s a rundown hotel. Big surprise: she decides to stay.
More surprises are in store:
Why will no carpenter take on the restoration project?
Who is trying to scare her away?
What is the strange energy emanating from the ginormous rock in the backyard?
How did her severely broken ankle heal overnight?
One thing does become clear, and it holds more of a mystery than the mountain of questions. The hotel is actually a school for advanced spiritual training. What! Why would Zipacna leave this to her? She has zero knowledge of the topic.
Enter eight-year-old Miguel. Through his spiritual connection to Zipacna, he helps awaken a shocking asset: Jade’s seer and healing ability, which, through Grandfather’s lofty stack of journals, she comes to realize she had all along.
A secret room imparts the knowledge she needs to embrace her spirituality and find a way to bring it to the world. She comes to terms with her legacy, repairs relationships thought long lost, and reopens the school.
Chaahk has a plethora of deep-dark secrets. So deep and dark that he escapes his hometown of Chi’país, Mexico to hide amongst Native Americans in Sedona, Arizona. For twelve years, he avoids his past, memories of his half-brother Zipacna, and the shamanic abilities that made him feel like a freak.
An energy vortex at Jade Martinez’s school in Chi’país draws students from all over the world, so many that she seeks to open a second school for advanced spiritual education. What better location than Sedona with its famed vortexes?
The Ocotillo Hotel is for sale. It has a vortex, and would make a perfect school, but it is haunted by a pair of spirits who cannot cross into the next world. Though they beg Jade and ten-year-old protégé Miguel to help, teacher and student have no idea how to accomplish this.
Miguel is well into his shamanic training. Mature for his age, he is frustrated his healing ability is slow in developing. He knows without a doubt this trip will be the cure.
Chaahk has the answers Jade and Miguel seek but he refuses to relive anything from the past. Will Universe conspire to bring them together? Or will the alarm clock of Divine Timing fail to chime?
A spear is unearthed from Inca ruins on a hillside in Peru. Although the jade spearhead originated 3,000 miles away and 1400 years in the past, carvings on the shaft unite Mexican and Peruvian images with a more recent time period. But more remarkable is the strange dialect now issuing from the resident archaeologist’s mouth.
Is it coincidence that, in Mexico, two-year-old K’iin K’aay is suddenly speaking the same language used by the archaeologist? Jade and husband Luna are buried in preparations to sponsor the world’s largest spiritual healing festival at their school. So buried they barely notice their daughter’s new vocabulary, until a desperate call comes from Luna’s archaeologist friend. Luna drops everything and flies to Peru.
Suddenly, problems arise, seemingly determined to undermine the festival. Luna phones with an urgent request for Jade to hand-deliver Grandfather Zipacna’s journals. How can she leave Mexico now when things are falling apart? How can Zipacna’s journals be related to this place so far away?
Something has conspired to unite these people in Peru. Is it Universe, some thing—or some one—else altogether?
A life-or-death secret can never remain secret. There’s always someone who knows. And tells.
Jade and Luna thought their five-year-old daughter’s ability to manifest was a secret. But someone has found out, and they’re determined to use it to their advantage. K’iin K’aay is kidnapped from their home in Mexico. Luna manages to get her back, but it’s clear the perpetrator won’t stop with one attempt.
The family is on the run. Somehow the men keep locating them. Miguel suspects K’iin K’aay’s ex nanny is providing information on their whereabouts. But it happens even after they leave her out of the information loop.
Can Jade and Luna keep their child safe from men who’ll stop at nothing short of murder to get what they want?
A strange burst of energy at a Mount Shasta, California spiritual retreat for kids has an unexpected and most extraordinary outcome.
Jade has converted her Mount Shasta school for advanced spirituality into a retreat for kids. The first session is a rousing success, except for two things...
Her daughter K’iin is manipulated by the spirit of her great-grandfather Zipacna, who seems determined to cause chaos and dissention amongst the group. Amid this turmoil, Zipacna senses a disturbing explosion of energy near the complex. He relates this to the family, but because of his recent behavior, no one will listen.
Next, K’iin and friend Noemi channel a hiker’s disappearance with astonishing similarity of detail. At the same time, Noemi’s sister channels a woman who went missing more than twenty years ago. Hikers go missing all the time. Some are found, some not; on Shasta, it’s a sad fact of life.
Why did the lost hiker’s wife ask them to discontinue the search? Is his disappearance somehow related to the missing woman from twenty years ago?
What caused the blast of energy? Does it have anything to do with the two beings who claim to be from the mysterious and magnificent city of Telos, hidden beneath the mountain?
How did 1500 residents of a village in India disappear practically overnight? Is there really a curse that’s endured for hundreds of years?
Tate and Aria’s mission is simple: Find the energy portal in the long-deserted village of Kuldhara, and see where it goes within the earth. They dive eagerly into the task even though an archaic legend claims the place is both cursed and haunted.
And things are simple…until the wife of a Danish ambassador requests—more like demands—their help recovering the Florentine diamond, missing since the end of WWII. The appeal is easy to ignore; after all, they don’t know this woman. Don’t care about giant diamonds. But lives are put on the line and the portal-seeking expedition must take a detour.
That’s when things go sideways; thugs shoot, the diamond is stolen, the ambassador’s daughter is exposed. Once the dust settles, why does the ambassador deny ever seeing the stone?
Haunted or not, Tate and Aria are determined to find the Kuldhara portal. Why is someone following them? Has the curse come to life? Who is Vihaan Singh, the ancient Indian who imparts the real reason the original villagers left? And it’s got nothing to do with a curse.
Why do we fear death?
Does reincarnation really exist?
Why were references of it removed from the bible?
Interview with a Soul is intended to answer these questions and more. In a sometimes lighthearted, sometimes serious fictional format, the author hopes to help people understand how the after-death ‘process’ works. Obsidian is funny and irreverent, and scared silly as he stands before the Council of Elders. They guide him gently through his recent life events, and help him decide which situations he could’ve improved, and which were a success.
Afterward, he chooses the where, who, and when of his next life and is excited to move forward. But somehow, once back in human form, he is sucked into the quagmire of real life situations and cannot recall why he came. In spite of that, as the lifetimes pass, his soul finally achieves the sought-after perfection. Come on the journey with him and his soul family as they maneuver each life’s emotional and physical obstacles. Written by two psychics who’ve ‘been there’, life between lives is shown in fictional format to help bring this ‘other world’ into clarity.