Dear Sci-Fi Online
Thank you for your kind, and for the most part, positive review
One and the Golden Circle.
If I may, I would very much to respond to your observations:
after the descriptions of the Indians girls and early in the
dialogue, Quinta, explained she was a graduate student studying
genome research, and Leta was an oral surgery resident. I
had hoped this would settle any prostitution question.
Blane thought the sudden connection to Leta was a little rushed,
and he said so in his thoughts for the reader to hear.
was established as a psychic via her control over the gulls
and raven, thus, she recognized Blane's over soul, which turned
out to be Atman. All of this sudden recognition was supposed
to be something mystical, and that's why she started talking
about astral projection.
If you recall, later in the book, Bob explained that even
though ancestral memory past from male to male, woman have
the same ability, albeit on her male side. He also said he
was working to see if a mother-daughter connection could be
made and to have done so in the book would have been a little
too much for an already complicated story line. We would have
been going in all directions and getting nowhere! Be assured,
it crossed my mind, several times, about the women's lib situation.
Leta never said she recalled meeting Blane in other life times.
It was Nicca the old shaman who told her of her many connections
to him. Even if she had remembered being with him in other
lives it would not have come from genetic memory, rather,
it would have come from her greater over souls mind; which,
works outside of and independent of DNA.
may have needed to be a little clearer on some of the things
any rate, I want to commend you, and thank you once again
for your appreciation of the implications that impact the
past, present, and future of mankind I intended to convey
in The One and the Golden Circle.
(Author of The One and the Golden Circle.)