J. F. Weckesser
Legends and myths of lost continents intrigue J.F. Weckesser, and while studying in the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, and the Association for Research and Enlightenment, one day “Time Odyssey: The Soul’s Memory” began to unfold.
Weckesser believes even our greatest heroes and masters were human, and probably struggled with hopes, fears, desires, misgivings, lapses of judgment, joys and sorrows—especially during ‘interesting times.’ It is the rising above these roadblocks that make the hero.
J.F. Weckesser lives in Wisconsin, where her imagination runs wild.
Time Odyssey: The Soul's Memory; Part III: Awakening
Rachel is a hard-living woman of today. Widowed and despondent, she plans to kill herself in the Canadian woods, but a mystical detour causes her to meet Aaron. He is a stranger to her, but he remembers her from past lives. Aaron guides Rachel as she becomes immersed in the activities of ‘the Lodge,’ a spiritual retreat where Guardians of the Sacred Records work. Part III of the trilogy.
Time Odyssey: The Soul’s Memory; Part II: The Journey
Separated from Ketzah’s love Falima, he and six fellow Initiates flee crumbling Atlan. In a wild land they live among a primitive group of people while working to hide the sacred Records of their lost civilization.
Ketzah has vowed to find Falima when his work is done, and after several years he and three companions head to Khemet to fulfill his promise. Part II of the trilogy.
Time Odyssey: The Soul's Memory; Part I, Dreamtime
Edak lives in Mu soon before its destruction. Ketzah dreams of him, but lives thousands of years later in Atlan, which also nears its end. Are these dreams, or are Edak and Ketzah connected? Edak and Ketzah battle to save their worlds and their loved ones, and secrete sacred Records for future humanity to find. Part I of the trilogy.
Time Odyssey: The Soul's Memory
Edak lives in Mu soon before its destruction. Ketzah dreams of him, but lives thousands of years later in Atlan, which also nears its end. Are these dreams or are Edak and Ketzah connected? And why does Aaron, living today, dream of them both? Join them all as they battle to save their worlds and secrete sacred Records for future humanity to find. Complete trilogy in this eBook.
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- Sword of the Gods: The Chosen One
on Sep. 07, 2013
I really do like this novel, but I'm only giving it a 3-1/2 star rather than a 4 star (saving the 5 stars for the Dan Brown/JK Rowling/Taylor Caldwell-type authors). The writing is good, the plot is very good, the characters are likable or unlikable; the problem is, the book severely needs copy editing. If the author can't afford a professional proofreader, I suggest brushing up on some basic proofing skills, especially possessives. There are dozens and dozens and dozens of possessive errors, which is distracting. I kept going because I was enjoying the story, but others may just stop reading. Please, dear author, don't be discouraged by my suggestions. You're a very good writer with a great story to tell. But it lacks professionalism when you don't seem to know the difference between goddess, goddesses, goddess's, goddesses'; family, families, family's, families'; also lay and lie, hanger and hangar, etc. And, decide which spelling you'd like to keep: Jophiel or Joffiel, and then change every one to that spelling. Oh, and would it be possible to put a Hyperlink between the characters list at the beginning and, say, the character in the title of each chapter? I was getting confused trying to remember who the good guys and bad guys are. The story is quite complex, which is super, but I need a bit of help sometimes.
I will be buying the second book of the series (and probably more), because I MUST know what happens! It's that good, so please don't be disheartened. It simply needs proofreading, and with e-books, it is either the author's responsibility, or you must hire a professional (not an acquaintance who 'seems good at that stuff).
I wish you well, and hope you keep writing. Thanks!