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The Soul Bearer

By Jonathan Cross

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Book Id: WPLBN0002118010
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Reproduction Date: 2012

Title: The Soul Bearer  
Author: Jonathan Cross
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Mystery
Collections: Archeology, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Music, Anthropology, Religion, Military Science, Literature, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China, Government, Favorites in India, Social Sciences, Political Science, History
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Publisher: Sterling House Publisher
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A One man's quest for truth, freedom and pure spirituality in a world without.

Beside a riverbed, an old man sits lost in his thoughts; he is SEATTLE, Chief of the Suqamish Indians. He remembers his boyhood when his grandfather foretold him of his destiny, when he was told of the Web Of Life and his duties as it's protector. The Web of Life, they believe, is the symbiotic connection that exists between all living things on Earth; the sacred balance of life. Upon the next day's passing, Seattle signs the Port Eliot treaty relinquishing ownership of Suquamish ancestral lands to the United States government in favor of a small reservation to the North. He sees that a war would ultimately prove futile and wishes instead to preserve his people's lifeblood through appeasement. In a final speech, Seattle explains that man comes from the land and that all men share equally the responsibility to protect the Web of Life on Earth. 150 years later, Dr. Richard Hawk, a lowly archaeology professor, explores the forests of his ancestors. Here he discovers an intriguing artifact he believes has spiritual significance. He takes his disovery to the one person he knows who might identify it: a beautiful shamness names River Song, who once headed the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and shared a past with Hawk. River Song is less than excited to see him again, but reluctantly agrees to take a look at his artifact. She believes it is a partial piece of a shaman's breatplate, a very spiritual man who believesd in a mystical star pathway to the spirit world. She tells Hawk legend has it he will be rewarded with a night vision and a meeting with the Soul Bearer.


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