Dragon Court

Dragon Court

Dragon Court

A blog on the Ancient Aliens, Gods and Goddesses, Annunaki, Serpent Mythology, Priests and Priestesses who used blood in their temple rites, and the relics they have left behind.

Book reviews, author interviews and new book releases of all genres are also included.


Book ReviewsPosted by Katrina Sisowath Tue, November 11, 2014 13:54:07

A mythical tale of the quest for one’s own Holy Grail. A journey beset with deprivation, adversity, trepidation that can only be overcome through the conquering of one’s fears and listening to the inner voice. The three main protagonists must learn this in three different timelines, connected by a mystical book. I love the symbolism of dragons in Pursuit—what they represent to each individual and to humanity as a whole.

Threaded throughout the book were philosophies found in Esoteric and Mystical schools of thought, such as the Hermetic Principles, which teaches us that what we perceive, we believe—what we believe, we become. This principle is presented so beautifully and with such deftness in the book that it is easy to comprehend. Other principles are: Pilgrimage and Quest, Consciousness and Mystical Dreams, Being One with the All, and Attuning to your Higher Self. All this and much more is found in this well-written, thought-provoking, highly enjoyable read.

Highly Recommended

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