The Earth Gate

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The Earth Gate takes you on an extraordinary adventure from Earth to the City of Shamballa, the Solar System, the Center of the Galaxy and beyond. Join the characters Ra-Sol-El, Qan Rahn, Master Sirius-Ra, Elohim Ha-ar-El, Sophia Magdelena and Yin Dek as they venture through the Cosmos and experience life in the Fifth Dimension. Let the journey begin. More

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About Chris Comish

Chris Comish is a Reiki Healer and Reiki Master Teacher. Reiki is Japanese for Universal Life Energy. He offers distant healing and various Reiki attunements. Chris is an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church and a Master Essene Healer. Chris was also recently initiated as a Priest in the Order of Melchizedek. He is the author of fifteen books: The Living Light, Manifest Divinity Through Reiki, 24 Free Reiki Attunements, 28 Powerful Reiki Attunements, 36 Free Reiki Attunements, 45 Free Reiki Attunements, Alpha Omega Healing Session, Eternal Spirit, The Earth Gate and the six books of the Ascension Rays Book Series. Chris is also the founder of the City of Shamballa social network. Qan Dek is his spiritual name which Qan is derived from Quan (Yin) which means compassionate one, and Dek is short for Melchizedek, the guiding spiritual order of the ages.

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Review by: Book Lover on Feb. 11, 2013 : star star star star
This is the first time I read a book trying to weave different genre (sci-fi, fantasy, spiritual) in an intriguing and interesting way. I loved it (intend to read more similar books from this or other authors).
The plot is consistent and the tention is gradually built, increasing the excitement while reading...Once I began reading I had hard time to stop. The actionand the text is easily flowing and capturing the reader who is thrown into compex, but wel-described worlds and fantastic realms/dimensions.
Hovewer, I had problems with the many italicized “author’s notes”. Many of then should be just simply integrated as normal text, maybe with some more descriptions. I wished many times to read more complex descriptions of the main caracters and their evolution throughout the story (their caracter was too basic).
The interesting story and the complex, nicely built tension and action -however-, dominate my rating decision here.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: AJ Murphy on Jan. 21, 2013 : star star
I found the book confusing, and difficult to read... good try....
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mary Meyer on Dec. 22, 2012 : star
The Synopsis for “The Earth Gate” sounded intriguing, however while reading the book it was very hard to follow and confusing. There was several times I almost put this book down but I really wanted to give it a fair chance.
The premise of the story itself was interesting; however, there seemed to be too much repetition, too much going back and forth between dimensions. There was no explanation for why sometimes the characters would teleport to destinations and other times they were traveling via a spaceship. The story also tried tying in several alien controversy and lost civilization stories. The writing was pretty choppy and the characters were pretty basic. I think the main problem is the story tried putting in too much instead of sticking to the main theme.
With all that said, I don’t think this is a horrible book, however it was not really very well put together in my opinion. The writing and flow of the story could have been better and the characters more developed.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Foreword Clarion Reviews 1212 on Dec. 22, 2012 : star star star
SCIENCE FICTION

The Earth Gate
Chris Comish

Three Stars (out of Five)

“Your past lives were for refinement. With one life you got close but did not master the incarnated Earth experiment, with the next you got closer, each life was a refinement to get you to where you are today.” Qan Rahn, a spirit of light, speaks these words to Steven, a human who has just died in a horrific highway accident. Qan Rahn knows that soon Steven will be transformed into an entity freed from earthly bonds, whose spiritual name is Yin Dek; his task will be to save Earth from evil aggressors called Slavers.

Author and Reiki therapist Chris Comish has studiously drawn from a wide spectrum of occult and arcane sources to create The Earth Gate. Yin Dek’s new life as a master and protector of Earth begins in the mystical city of Shamballa (in Buddhist tradition, a hidden seat of pure effulgent energies). Once he has been schooled in higher realities and learns to communicate with thoughts and manipulate energy, he will be able to assist earthlings as they travail under the heavy-handed domination of the Slavers.

Yin Dek and his supernal companions will be assisted by other corporeal beings and their technologies—space travel and weaponry—to obliterate the suffering caused by Lord Argon, a former Lyrian ruler corrupted by evil, who now reigns in the gross world. Yin Dek will also need the aid of a human named John, a conflicted and tormented soul, whose spiritual destiny is entwined with Yin Dek’s journey to save the world.

Author and Reiki therapist Chris Comish has studiously drawn from a wide spectrum of occult and arcane sources to create The Earth Gate. Yin Dek’s new life as a master and protector of Earth begins in the mystical city of Shamballa (in Buddhist tradition, a hidden seat of pure effulgent energies). Once he has been schooled in higher realities and learns to communicate with thoughts and manipulate energy, he will be able to assist earthlings as they travail under the heavy-handed domination of the Slavers.

A major strength of the book is a complex and consistent plot that gradually builds to an exciting conclusion. It works on three levels. First, those who understand or seek to learn more about the multilayered secret truths of the inner path will be fascinated by the special knowledge the author demonstrates. Second, lest the reader feel too perplexed by the happenings in the etheric realm of Shamballa, Comish has carefully interwoven his story lines to include the corresponding viewpoints and actions of those still living ordinary lives on Earth. Third, he makes use of sci-fi tech devices for fans of that genre. Most importantly, he keeps the action rolling from the first page to the last, with sufficient romantic threads, good guys and bad vying for worldly conquest, and an outcome that is never quite assured until the final chapter.

The book is weakened somewhat by a notable dearth of necessary commas, as in “Oops I’m sorry,” and “Tell me more Yin Dek.” Comish also includes italicized “author’s notes” throughout the text, interrupting the flow of the narrative; these comments should be smoothly incorporated into the story to eliminate the sense of being “told” instead of “shown.” And there are a large number of characters with unmemorable names (Ra-So-El, Elohim Ha-ar El).

Overall, The Earth Gate is a strong offering from a writer who has immersed himself in his subject matter. Comish, who maintains a “City of Shamballa” social network, genuinely believes in the supervening etheric realities that he depicts, and his conviction illuminates this engaging work of spiritualized science fiction.

ForeWord Clarion Reviews
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: norma peruzzotti on Dec. 04, 2012 : star
This is an interesting story with some unusuall beliefs.Obviously is not a novel in the common sense of the Word.Is more a kind of theology description wrapped in the ¨gift paper¨ of a novel.
In this sense, the story is a bit repetitive and mixed.Is somewhat difficult to follow some of the characters trough all the circumstances; but in general is nice to read and very interesting
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: george jetson on Nov. 13, 2012 : star
This book seems like a story of life, afterlife, reincarnation and a trearis on how sun, earth, life force and love are all connected. Sorry... but i could not read this. Sounded too much like the preaching of a new world belief system to me....oh gee whiz... once i looked up the "city of shamballa" that is exactly what it is. A marketing attempt. While i appreciate the methodology of self marketing i can not read this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: ed wood on Aug. 24, 2012 : star star star star star
This book is quite a gift from heaven to Earth as it answers straightly the big question of Life and Heaven and what happens after "death". Simple, clear, exciting, fascinating...you can feel the truth behind the words.
If you believe in the power of Nature or Life or God, then you are here because you are meant to buy and read this book !
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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