The Seer

Violets in the Grass

by Jessica Marrocco

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/19/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781452560298
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781452560304

About the Book

Arael steps into a space of non-ordinary reality that stirs her childhood memory of picking violets in the grass at her neighbor’s home, where a misty portal appears. This is the fi rst time she discovers that she is able to see into a multiverse of non-ordinary realities where other dimensional beings exist. All of this begins when Arael, as an adult, is regressed and discovers that her childhood experience was the portal to the historical past, land of the Fae, extraterrestrial realities, and a lifetime of unexplainable events and visions.

About the Author

Akashic record reader, past-life regressionist, psychic/intuitive, medium, life coach, teacher, storyteller, and inspired writer for children, Jessica (Arael) Marrocco has been a student of Western and Eastern religions for over twenty years. She experiences modes of clairvoyance, clairaudience, and past-life information, all of which are instrumental in creating an experience of karmic clearing and growth. Jessica is also an inspirational writer for children and adults and published three anthologies of children’s stories relating to our environment, called Green Stories for Green Children part 1 & 2 and Green Stories for Green Cities, that highlights the historical city of Boston. She is the published author and illustrator of Macabre, Short Stories and Poems From the Other Side. This is a collection of channeled short stories for adults who enjoy the experience of mystery, supernatural events, and mystical happenings that were gleaned from historical events or notable characters. Jessica is the founder of New Life Endeavors, a journey meditation class that helps people expand their awareness, problem-solve, and discover non-ordinary realities for spiritual enlightenment. For more information about her work, visit: