[The Merkaba Mystery] E–pub Ë Iva Kenaz

  • Paperback
  • 326
  • The Merkaba Mystery
  • Iva Kenaz
  • English
  • 23 July 2019
  • 9781545457634

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FREE READ ¾ The Merkaba Mystery DOWNLOAD ç FUTBOLENTRELINEAS.CO ✓ Iva Kenaz FREE DOWNLOAD The Merkaba Mystery Alternate version of her home With the help of her new friends and occasional flashbacks she begins to unravel her past connection to esotery magic and places that initially seem unrealOne day she meets a young man whom she recognises as her best friend Through their mutual memories she discovers that her origins are stranger than she thought and that one of the first words she recalled Merkaba is. Another amazing spellbinding story from the talented Iva Kenaz And just as it was with the previous works of Iva that I read The Merkaba Mystery is not just an intriguing story of a young woman who finds herself in the 19th century Prague with no memories of her life whatsoever it also is full of symbolism mysteries ancient myths and philosophical riddles which truly make it an outstanding readSeraphina is a wonderful central character She showed such determination in her uest to remember her past and find out why she had arrived to Prague that it was truly worth admiration The people that she meets on her way an elderly woman Vilma her Tarot reading friend Dora old and wise Hieronymus a strangely familiar young man and even a frightening stranger in a hooded cloak all help the reader to unravel the mystery and follow Seraphina s steps in her search for the truth Take parallel worlds ancient magic secret societies with doubtful goals old Jewish texts that conceal veiled answers to eternal uestions and you get yourself a wonderfully written story which will stay with you even after the last page is turned Five stars

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FREE READ ¾ The Merkaba Mystery DOWNLOAD ç FUTBOLENTRELINEAS.CO ✓ Iva Kenaz FREE DOWNLOAD The Merkaba Mystery The true key to her past and futureThe story is inspired by the author's esoteric background and hometown Prague whose name means threshold The idea of Prague being a threshold to other realms had been explored in various works in the past especially in Gustav Meyrink's Golem which influenced this novel as wellEach chapter is symbolically and archetypically aligned with one of the Major Arcana trump. I enjoy the unexplained an paranormal There s a certain amount of exhilaration that comes from the possibilities that not everything in the mundane world around us is as boring as life can be What if we opened our eyes one day and recognised nothing holding only a bag with symbols and tarot cards I have to admit it was that uestion that interested me in this book in the first placeIt s a world of history parallel dimensions and magic Set in 19th Century Prague with well written characters this is a novel not to be missed

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FREE READ ¾ The Merkaba Mystery DOWNLOAD ç FUTBOLENTRELINEAS.CO ✓ Iva Kenaz FREE DOWNLOAD The Merkaba Mystery An adventurous tale that explores the secrets of interdimensional travel the Tarot and the MerkabaIn the year 1896 a young woman finds herself standing in the river not remembering where she came from or who she is The only link to her past is a bag containing a few symbolic objects including the Tarot cardsFollowed by a cloaked figure she ends up in Prague’s Jewish Town which she recognises as an. HOW THE STORY CAME TO BEIt all began with a dream in which I ambled across an unfamiliar looking Prague watching as buildings were being torn down I felt a strong bond with one of the houses and begged the workers not to demolish it claiming that it was my home After I woke up I researched some old paintings and photographs wondering whether I would find the street I dreamt about Finally I did It was the Narrow Lane located in the old Jewish Town also called Josefov or the Fifth District in PragueFrom that point on I had similar and even vivid dreams of places which I later found on old maps and paintings It all seemed to be linked to a Prague before its fatal renovation which happened between the years 1896 and 1903 and mainly affected the Jewish Town I found this an interesting historical period when the old ways met the new and technical developments were taking over the world I felt inspired to write a novel set at the turn of the century in Prague but didn t uite have a storyAround that time I began to have even intense and regular dreams about a Prague which looked beautiful and colourful than the one I knew It was a fantasy version of the city I found it curious since according to legend Prague is a threshold to other realms In fact Prague s local name Praha is derived from the word pr h which translates as thresholdGustav Meyrink a visionary author who described Prague s renovation in his novel Golem wrote that he felt as though the city truly was a threshold to other realms He also spoke about a group called Seven Brothers which supposedly established towns on inter dimensional thresholds and that the members came from Allahabad India Allahabad used to be called Prayaga or Prayag which bears a definite similarity to Praha or Prague and means meeting place or place of the confluences in Hindi The city was built on a convolution of three rivers but who knows whether there was a deeper meaning to that titleIn regard to the legend Meyrink also mentioned a mysterious Masonic lodge the Sat Bhai Curiously the name translates to seven brothers in Hindi and in one of their texts Prague is referred to as PryayaBefore I began writing a story inspired by the above mentioned dreams and legends I studied various philosophies on spirit travel or the threshold passing I also delved into teachings such as the Kabbalah and Sacred Geometry and became intrigued by the idea of the Merkaba the divine chariot or throne from Ezekiel s vision in the Bible also called the light bodyOne day my writing advisor Gabriel suggested that I based the text on the Tarot s Major Arcana He considered the trumps to be the secret keys to the Merkaba and said that their symbolism was naturally present in most stories anyway I was intrigued and divided the novel into twenty two chapters based on the Tarot archetypes starting with zero the Fool It seemed so natural and fitting in every way that I simply couldn t resist the idea of including itAs I began to write with the Tarot s Major Arcana symbolism in mind I came to understand the correlations between the Merkaba the Tarot and the Tree of Life This book therefore blends fiction with research and contemplation on these esoteric themes which remain utterly fascinating to me A Promise Remembered zero the Fool It seemed so natural and fitting in every way that I simply couldn t resist the idea of including itAs I began to write with the Tarot s Major Arcana symbolism in mind I came to understand the correlations between the Merkaba the Tarot and the Tree of Life This book therefore blends fiction with research and contemplation on these esoteric themes which remain utterly fascinating to me