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In her debut novel, Patricia Cori weaves her visionary message into a page-turning fantasy adventure that speaks to the very soul of the planet. Patricia Cori is a renowned leader in the Spirit Movement an author, teacher, and guide to sacred sites who utilizes her visionary gifts to help raise the consciousness of the planet. A resident of Italy, she travels the world, enriching her understanding and experience, and exploring her own spiritual journey. For more than 15 years, she has guided fellow spirit travelers through sacred sites in Asia, Mexico, Egypt, Europe, England and Peru through her SoulQuest™ Journeys programs. This year she took three groups of seekers out into the ocean, to experience what she describes as “unimaginable bliss” swimming with dolphins in the wild. It is no wonder that she has been dubbed “a real-life Indiana Jones” in the media and by those who have shared in her adventures. Through her work with the Cetaceans, swimming with wild dolphins in the open oceans out on the sea with the whales, she has become an expert on the experience of the Cetacean-human interaction, and she is a die-hard activist for the cause of saving the oceans. In 2012 she founded the non-profit 501c charity, SAVE EARTH'S OCEANS, INC., which is dedicated to awakening people to the urgency before us all, to restore the balance of the world's oceans. The Emissary Within minutes of one another, three bone-chilling events take place around the globe. In Los Angeles, hundreds of blackbirds drop out of the sky, zapped to their death, mid-flight; in Maine, miles of beach are covered in tens of thousands of dead fish; in New Zealand, 150 whales and dolphins lie dead or dying on the beach. One woman has been chosen to be the voice, against the forces of evil, of the cherished creatures of the sea. She is the emissary.
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