When the truth is stranger than fiction, an author has a choice, do they tell their story as a novel (a tale), or do they write it as nonfiction? That was one of my decisions when committing to revealing the truth about autism.
Using Fiction to Tell Truth
Over the last eighteen months, I have released two books, both having similar intentions though one book is fiction and the other nonfiction. Why? Because it is time for the messages to get out in the world. And the different categories serve diverse audiences in entirely different ways.
The books I refer to are The Unsuspected Heroes: A Visionary Fiction Novel and Destination New Earth: A Blueprint to 5D Consciousness.
Truth Has Resonance
Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve had this inner sense that when something was being taught to me that did not ring true, it bothered me. It felt wrong. It’s not that I believed my teachers were intentionally trying to teach me lies. They had been fed lies by their teachers, who had been taught wrongly by their teachers, etc.
As a child, I felt these situations (being fed lies), particularly in history (his-story) and religion classes. As an adult, this sense has continued, and the best way to describe it is that Truth rings true and has resonance. It's natural, easy, graceful, and alive. Whereas lies feel forced, unnatural, agitate, incomplete, and dead.
This was confusing to me as a child because often, I realized that to test well in a subject, I had to answer things that had felt untrue. Can you relate to this?
Why write the truth in fiction?
In 2013, the authors of AWEtizm asked if I would write about the marvels of nonverbal autistics. At the time, I was in the middle of another book near and dear to my heart and declined. They asked again when they had connected with other autistics and their families, and I agreed to write a series of fictional books inspired by their lives and the lives of other nonverbal autists in the group.
Why did I choose fiction to reveal truths? When the truth is so unbelievable by writing it as truth in nonfiction, the books usually are dubbed preposterous, unthinkable, outlandish, cockeyed, hair-brained conspiracy theories, and the messages get lost.
The truth about the autistics on the planet is unbelievable, yet it rings true. For this reason, I am committed to helping get the truth about autistics and their messages out into the world. I hoped that if someone read it as fiction, it would be safer for the reader. They can take what rings true to them while leaving the rest behind. Yet, whether they take it as truth, they can enjoy a metaphysical journey to help ignite spiritual awakening because the genre that I chose for The Unsuspected Heroes is visionary fiction.
What is visionary fiction?
Visionary Fiction is when a story weaves spiritual and esoteric wisdom into contemporary literature in a safe, entertaining, and non-preachy way. It permits the reader to experience the wisdom from within rather than being lectured about it. There is generally a theme about humanity’s evolving consciousness, and visionary fiction interlaces psychic abilities, reincarnation, dreams, visions, and paranormal events. Of course, the classics include The Alchemist, The Celestine Prophecy, and Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
What is the truth about autism?
The following is a brief description of The Unsuspected Heroes: A Visionary Fiction Novel.
Ami is in so much pain she escapes and forgets who she is, an ascended master reincarnated to lead humanity to ascension. The walls come crashing down, and she remembers … only, she’s autistic and unable to speak. And, unless she can connect with others across the globe, Earth is doomed. Again.
The clock is ticking. Can Ami and her friends prevent humanity from destroying itself? If not, who will stop the looming apocalypse and lead humanity to the New Earth?
This description by itself reveals the truth that higher dimensional beings are on the planet reincarnated as autistics. These autistics are silent heroes ushering in the New Earth in a way to help humanity witness it, experience it, and awaken to the truth about who we are. Actual events inspired this story. It is metaphysical and visionary fiction that takes the reader on a journey of spiritual awakening.
As you can see, many would suggest that the truth is unbelievable. By placing it in a novel, a tale, a myth, I hope it reaches many readers and plants seeds to help awaken humanity.
Who is The Unsuspected Heroes for?
The Unsuspected Heroes is for readers of visionary fiction and metaphysical fiction. Also, fantasy and sci-fi readers will enjoy it when reading it with an open mind (and heart).
Truth in Nonfiction
Destination New Earth reveals what the New Earth is today, the autistics’ role in humanity’s ascension, and how you have a unique spiritual blueprint. You become part of a much larger plan to help humanity in a planetary shift in consciousness when awakened to your role.
Who is Destination New Earth for?
Destination New Earth is for everyone on a spiritual path, especially those here who have it in their blueprint to evolve during this planetary shift in consciousness.
Whether you enjoy reading a visionary fiction novel or spiritual nonfiction, read them with an open heart. Both books are entirely different yet complement each other and reveal truths in different ways to help awaken humanity to the truth about who we are. If it rings true to you (truth has resonance), help spread the word by sharing it because each has an integral part in this planetary ascension, and there is an urgent need to get humanity to wake up.
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