The Weird Life of Joshua Mirabene
Set almost entirely in the Washington, DC, suburb of Bethesda, Maryland, at the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first century, Garden Urthark’s Weird Life of Joshua Mirabene will thoroughly familiarize you with one strange life story. More
Even granting the possibility of reincarnation, a belief, mainly from India, in the continuation of life in a new body after death, an individual life is still for once. Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever.
Proponents of reincarnation have a new ally in many modern psychics, who appear to be making an increasingly plausible case for a Westernized view of the ancient doctrine in a way that is free from any need for validation from organized religion. This new, Westernized perspective would rely instead upon hypnosis and other sources of psychic communication, including telepathy, to validate itself.
Garden Urthark’s Weird Life of Joshua Mirabene presents the strange life story, as told through a psychic, of a man from Bethesda, Maryland, who grows up, goes to schools, including college and graduate school, marries, and, in sum, lives virtually his entire life in the Washington, DC, area.