A lost cat adopted by a teenager turns out to be an ancient Egyptian shaman on a 3,000-year-long love quest. He is searching for the magic words of power called Heka, needed to bring back to life his young Egyptian consort. Hindered by fate, but protected by the gods Isis and Osiris, the ancient shaman is locked in a struggle against the sun god Amun-Ra. The teenager, his girlfriend, and a contemporary shaman embark on a number of intriguing treks and discover secrets of the ancient shaman’s life and shamanic powers. These journeys ultimately take them all the way back to Egypt and to the ancient shaman’s consort mummy.
Michele Duva earned a PhD in comparative literature at State University of New York at Binghamton, a master’s of business administration at San Jose State University, and a master’s of science in taxation at Golden Gate University.
Thousands of stars circling from the center to the rim of the sky, and from the periphery to the center, and spinning in a vortex of rainbow lights, holy circles showing a wheeling and whirling of refreshing eternal showers of flickering exploding lights in the infinity of nothingness inside my nimble heart.