Gaia's Children: The Beginning

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In the final days of Atlantis, the Star Seeds assisting Humanity must withdraw and allow the planet to create her own transformation. As the Galactic Alliance watches from a respectful distance, the Humans and Star Seeds confront the distance between what they believe, what they are living, and what they learn in their last hours on Earth as the lines between hero and villain fade. More

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About Karen Sheeks

Karen Sheeks

RN, MS, Intuitive, Medium, Storyteller

Since early childhood, I have been a clairvoyant and have perceived things about the world that went unnoticed by most of the people around me. I began writing in grade school and haven't stopped yet.

My stories come from a mixture of memory, intuition and imagination and dreams. I believe that storytelling is the way the deepest wisdom can be shared between people across the world.

I have a weekly internet radio show called
Mount Shasta Moments that airs Thursdays at 5:00 PM Pacific time on


Review by: JodyMcNicholas on May 26, 2011 :
"A Cosmic Journey that inspires our souls awakening. This story parallels the changes we are maneuvering through today and as the story unfolds there is a remembering that is poignant to our current affairs. Gaia's Children uplifts and shares the energetic cycles of communication that occur within relationships, technology and spiritual advancement. We are quickly connected into the rich world of Atlantis with thought provoking characters that are working from an illuminated state of knowing. The challenges that these characters face are not limited to self but support the light infrastructure of all there is. This book gives the reader the gift of an expanded perception into a new way. The possibility of unlimited potential and experiencing what that would look and feel like. I thoroughly enjoyed the journey of Gaia's Children. It's a contribution to the light mechanics of our changing times."
Jody McNicholas
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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