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Peter Canova

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At the age of twenty-three, Peter Canova first realized his abilities to do intuitive medical readings, remote viewing, psycho kinesis and other ?psychic phenomena. This led him to a conviction that all humanity, and all life, is interconnected at an unseen level.

Peter started writing in earnest after he stopped working for eight months to take care of his wife who was battling cancer at the time.

He combined his love of writing with his spiritual background and his travels to produce a fictional work entitled The First Souls Trilogy. The trilogy concerns the first fall of spirit into material existence as told through the lives of characters whose incarnations appear over different epochs of history. Pope Annalisa, the first book, tells of an African nun who becomes the first female pope in a near future world headed for self-destruction. The overarching theme of Pope Annalisa and the trilogy deals with the origin, destiny, and purpose of humanity. It concerns spirit transcending religion, the lost mystical traditions of early Christianity, the suppressed role of women in spiritual history, and the intersection of modern science and ancient mysticism to pose a startling new perspective on the true nature of reality.
Several things qualified Peter to handle this project. Communicative writing with clarity and persuasion was essential for his work. These skills helped him break down the book’s complex spiritual ideas into simple and entertaining fiction. He has twenty-five years of voluminous research behind him in both mainstream and alternative religious/spiritual studies, with a particular interest in early Christianity. Pope Annalisa was a combination of this research and information channeled in his own meditations.

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