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The Noah Narratives, Book I, Daughter of the Covenant (The Noah Narratives, #1) Cinda Crull

The Noah Narratives, Book I, Daughter of the Covenant (The Noah Narratives, #1)

Cinda Crull

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It’s less than a year till the end of Atlantis, a fact evident to only some of its citizens. Their lack of understanding about their actions and their technology has contributed to the very forces that will destroy the most advanced civilization everMoreIt’s less than a year till the end of Atlantis, a fact evident to only some of its citizens. Their lack of understanding about their actions and their technology has contributed to the very forces that will destroy the most advanced civilization ever to exist on this planet, as well as affect the planet herself.Noah, his wife Na’ahmah, his sons Japheth, Shem, and Ham, and his priestess daughter Gaea, the Head of the School of the Healing Arts and Sciences, must spirit away as many people, indigenous animals and plants, archives and healing devices as possible from this doomed land.The clandestine project has as its most challenging task the removal of the central document called the Covenant upon which Atlantis was founded hundreds of years earlier. Arrangements don’t go as planned and Gaea and her family have difficult choices to make. The result of those choices radically changes the future, and has implications for today’s world.Many contributed to the fall of great Atlantis. Scientists pushed the boundaries of reasonable ecological risk, politicians withheld information that might have stimulated more citizens to relocate before the final catastrophe, ordinary people could have chosen to stay informed and hold their leaders accountable for fostering global well-being.It was shared with me by my Family of Master Teachers that many Atlantians have reincarnated in large groups, first as Romans, and now as Americans. We continue to struggle to exercise responsibility and vision with our immense power and influence, especially during times of significant planetary upheaval.I’m confident that we’ll rise to the occasion, though at what cost remains to be seen.The Covenant is as relevant today as it was almost 11,000 years ago in Noah’s world.