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A dream becomes more real than waking reality. The author writes it down in a journal that is stolen. Why dream about things she never thinks about--women's rights--women in power? She'd worked in a man's world since she was born. Then, she is living the dream in the here and now. All alone in a world she can never tell about. Who would believe her? No one believes in UFOs, air force officers who change into dragon-looking bodies, people who are mind-controlled at the sound of a word. If she'd watched TV, listened to the radio, or read newspapers, she wouldn't have felt so alone. When it started she didn't even have electricity. She lived next to a creek, and thirty Arabian horses, in a camper trailer. She never planned to write about what she witnessed. She tried to run after being warned she'd be killed if she told, because women would "wake up" and know their power. The downward spiral to insanity follows her fight with the seen and the unseen. Her quest to find others who have seen or experienced what she did leads back thousands of years to the ancients who knew how to fight this war. Her quest comes full circle. She is led back to this reality, to the death of a child in Boulder in 1996, the kidnapping and rape of her own child, then a gun is slammed into her face. Waking up in handcuffs is the last thing she would have ever expected to experience. Getting over a face covered in stitches, her dogs murdered by police, her horses starved, her child used as a sex slave, is not something that "they" expected her to come back from. Writing about it is the last thing they would expect. What is running this country? What's wrong with the State of Colorado--besides it being a police state? Why do so many people commit suicide in Colorado? How can their courts get away with trashing the Constitution? Is there a war against women on this planet? How can women look at the news and not believe there is a war against them? Do women only wake up when the war is in

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The author lived in the Colorado mountains, raising Arabian horses, working as a construction painter. One day she is a single working Mom, the next day she is in a War-zone.

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Book Description Outskirts Press. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 1016 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 2.3in.A dream becomes more real than waking reality. The author writes it down in a journal that is stolen. Why dream about things she never thinks about--womens rights--women in power Shed worked in a mans world since she was born. Then, she is living the dream in the here and now. All alone in a world she can never tell about. Who would believe her No one believes in UFOs, air force officers who change into dragon-looking bodies, people who are mind-controlled at the sound of a word. If shed watched TV, listened to the radio, or read newspapers, she wouldnt have felt so alone. When it started she didnt even have electricity. She lived next to a creek, and thirty Arabian horses, in a camper trailer. She never planned to write about what she witnessed. She tried to run after being warned shed be killed if she told, because women would wake up and know their power. The downward spiral to insanity follows her fight with the seen and the unseen. Her quest to find others who have seen or experienced what she did leads back thousands of years to the ancients who knew how to fight this war. Her quest comes full circle. She is led back to this reality, to the death of a child in Boulder in 1996, the kidnapping and rape of her own child, then a gun is slammed into her face. Waking up in handcuffs is the last thing she would have ever expected to experience. Getting over a face covered in stitches, her dogs murdered by police, her horses starved, her child used as a sex slave, is not something that they expected her to come back from. Writing about it is the last thing they would expect. What is running this country Whats wrong with the State of Colorado--besides it being a police state Why do so many people commit suicide in Colorado How can their courts get away with trashing the Constitution Is there a war against women on this planet How can women look at the news and not believe there is a war against them Do women only wake up when the war is in This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781432797805

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