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Never...? - A Novel - "...Whom Do the Gods Worship...?"

By David Alexander English All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Other


A metaphysical, science fiction, and romance novel; a work of experimental fiction exploring religion, spirituality, and human origins, potential, and parallel dimensions. Imagine a journey to discover the wisdom of the great mysteries, the age old questions like: Who were the "gods"? Who are we? Where did we come from? Where did we come from? How did we get here? What are we doing here...? Of course our story begins with the 2nd coming and goes crazy up from there...

Front Piece

...Each soul is pure, infinite consciousness.

We all come from beyond the stars,

beyond all the realms of density...

Everything we imagine exists

somewhere in the universe on some level

of the physical, etheric, astral, or causal planes,

the realms of density...

One’s darkest imaginings exist on the most dense planes of existence. Conversely one’s light filled imaginings exist on the least dense planes...

One becomes aware of the existence of the energy signature of a specific energy structure when one is in resonance with it, vibrating at a matching harmonic frequency...

...What we call our imagination is one of several ways that we as consciousness pass between parallel dimensions at will...

What we call thought is a subtle structuring of universal life force energy. Thought is the vehicle we use to navigate all parallel dimensions and realms of existence...

The story of the storyteller, no matter how fantastic, exists out there somewhere; as they are tuned into its energy signature, the resonance field of its reality...there are those on the other side of the veil who are willingly helping with the transmission of the story. Every story is spiritual technology. Story is a means of planting a seed in the matrix of human consciousness, the collective psyche of all humanity. The process of receiving and transmitting the story, transceiving the story, is a very sacred thing.”

-Divine Metaphysics

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Ashley Beckett : The book is amazing so far and has made me laugh and smile. Can’t wait for more!!!

jerry: I am loving this novel so far. The character development is amazing and I'm suspecting a three way love story here. That is so cool. Every character has its own vulnerabilities and strengths. Amazing work 😊

kaylarees: At first I didn’t think I would like this all that much but man did it blow my mind away! It was so amazing, the character development and plot was perfect, there were no loose ends and it flowed so well. I couldn’t put it down, the author has a very well off talent for writing. It was an amazing...

Jacqui Foggin: This book is honestly lovely; I catch myself unable to put the book down for even a second.

Tejendra Pratap: It is a great novel... But a litter bit of too shortness is there

Crystal Snow : At first the progression of the story was slow, so I was expecting it to be a boring book, but then that all changed. As I kept reading, I started to feel the emotions the author wanted me to feel. I cried. I cried throughout the entire book. The way that the author portrayed the feelings of the ...

TheDevilWorshipsMe: Let's just say Holy Shit. l hate him I do, yet I still love him and this messed with my emotions. I hope there is a sequel in the future. It will keep you craving for more and staying up late becomes a habit

Isim Misi: The story's nice....In the beginning, I think there's too much of description n a bit of lag.. but things become interesting when Xerxion comes in reality. I feel the story could be shortened and completed within 3-4 more chapters only.And I believe, the author will bring out a good twist in the ...

apalmer3: This book seems pretty well thought out. However, it is plagued with grammar mistakes and misspellings. A bit of proofreading before releasing a chapter would make the reading experience better.

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Judith Vrij-Peeren: Good story, I couldn't put it down, but I didn't like the end though. A little more info on Abelia's creation and the myths concerning her would be nice. Who are those plotting against Fin and his family. So many questions.We need a sequel!

John Davidson: I personely loved it i am an hi bread an its story line merrers my own live an i hope an pray that you heave us an part 2 of this stroye necas like i sade i merers my life to an frighiting t an now tjat you got my atenshon

Samuel carter: Best book ever! I love it so much. It has such an interesting plot. The romance is to die for. It ends on such a cool note. Truly a good read!!!! The author is a great writer and deserves fame.

Jesse Mae: A good teen fic read

Jianne Harper: I loved it I mean it may not be completely perfect but life is not even in this story it have challenges but it was beautiful and I can’t wait for the continuation,I do hope it have one.

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