Suddenly, the Golden Vessel shuddered, even from inside the cabin, they could feel as the Ship rose out of the water. They were once again flying fast. Amazingly, the ship streaked through what seemed to be a light vortex. In just moments, the Golden Vessel slowed, then settle down.
When the children opened their eyes, they found that the ship had morphed into a donkey they were now sitting on. The white owl flew over and perched itself on Tahir’s shoulder. Adara cuddled Skipper in her arms. The air was rather warm and dry. The donkey was riding on a path on the outskirts of what looked like a city.
Tahir, who loved geography, exclaimed, “We’ve got to be in Egypt, Adara! Look over there’s a pyramid, and we’re riding on sand.”
Elizabeth Spanton, Illustrated by Faern Montgomery & With Laren Bright
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About the Book
Continuing their search for wisdom, Adara and Tahir venture once again in the Captain’s Golden Ship. What new wisdom will they glean as they voyage to Egypt and Turkey? What new challenges will they experience? Which wisdom keepers will they meet as they move to earn their Second Degree Wisdom Keeper Medallion?
About the Author
A lover of Wisdom of the Heart, Elizabeth Spanton has authored Golden Voyages, the Journey Continues, as the second of a series of books designed to connect great Wisdom Keepers of the past to the youth of today. Elizabeth is a Mother, Educator, Speaker, Sumie Artist, and Author of the poetry book, Songs of the Beloved. She has dedicated herself to the study of the world’s great master teachers, and her aim is to awaken children to their inner wisdom.
Meganne Forbes is a Visionary Artist who lives in the beach town of Carpinteria, California. Her paintings range from depicting the beauty of the inhabitants of the sea and mountains, to the sublime nature of the Heart. Throughout her life she has explored and taught Watercolor. She illustrates books and paints images for book covers and CD covers. Her works can be seen on her website meganneforbes.com.