As Above, So Below, Star Travelers A coming of age story Plot: Two girls, one from Earth and one from a cosmic star ship, accidentally switch places in a time-space portal. Join them as they change the world in this fascinating adventure of self discovery on Earth and in the stars. Background: As Above, So Below introduces the reader to the metaphysics of the Seven Cosmic Laws, discussing issues of human and animal rights, environments, ecosystems and our planetary and interstellar relationships. This book is dedicated to those who wish to serve as guardians of planet Earth as we journey through the stars. Written for teens, suitable for any age. This book is recommended for educational purposes to teach the humanities to any student. Some subjects touched on in this book are: human rights, animal rights, star travelers, time travel, science fiction, fantasy, universal declaration of human rights, teen runaways, bullying, diversity, extraterrestrial, star seeds, telepathy, Hermetic law, seven cosmic laws, lucid dreamers, Hopi, Oneida, Lakota, Tuatha de Danann, Earth Elven, music, poetry, metaphoric language, star ships, time travel portals, and mostly, love. Note: This 140 page book is written in large type and with paragraph spacing to assist students with visual and visual processing difficulties and room for adding your notes. As Above So Below is written with each of seven chapters illustrating one of the 7 Cosmic Laws of Hermes: As Above, So Below All Is Mind Law of Vibration/Law of Attraction Law of Polarity Law of Rhythm Law of Gender Law of Causation You may have heard of one of the laws called the "Law of Attraction". Well, check out the other 6 and enjoy a story that shows how they work. It is easy, fun reading - a novella and would be a really amazing movie. this is pre-release copy of complete book As Above, So Below Star Travelers
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Award-winning actress, author and special educator T.E. Pelton will keep you enthralled in a science fiction fantasy while teaching language, ethics, metaphysics and philosophy for today's students. Recommended for teaching language and humanities to all students. Recommended reading for special education students, teens, young adults.
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