To Friends & Fans:

It’s been a long spiritual journey for me to write and publish this book. Now it’s been chosen for a future review in ForeWord Reviews for their Dec. 1st, 2013 edition.  I hope The Celestial Proposal will inspire you to “think outside the box” and map out your own spiritual journey for living life on planet earth.                                               Jane Catherine Rozek

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Literary Reviews

–Kirkus Reviews:

“A passionate rereading of Christianity and the nature of personal faith. Familiar concepts, sure, but Rozek’s unconventional perspective makes them seem invigoratingly new.”

 

–ForeWord Reviews

“This mash-up of Bible plus sci-fi plus metaphysics introduces new lines of thought for meditation and consideration.” 

 

Recent Amazon Review: ✮✮✮✮✮

I have read many books I have considered “good books” and in The Celestial Proposal, I found the same powerful message...that to me brings spirituality to a distinct new level, the message of embracing the idea of an ultimate inner and intimate fusion of our minds with the Universe, with God and all His angels and messengers. I admire the author’s ability to read between the lines of man’s words and bring us what I interpret as God’s good news. To read about spirituality from such a fresh and uplifting voice leaves me smiling and thinking that perhaps there is hope for humanity as we see it today. In all faith, I proclaim The Celestial Proposal a “good book”. on April 3, 2017 Paperback|Verified Purchase

Preface:

“Around midnight one foggy evening, I stood on the edge of a bluff overlooking the Columbia River far below and tried to connect with a higher power. Clouds covered the gorge and levelled themselves so it seemed as though I could step out and walk upon the surface. My life also lay before me like a vast journey of undulating ups and downs—there would be some joy, yes, but also lots of heartaches. Did I even want to play the game?

“Why am I here? What’s the purpose of life anyway?” I whispered intently over the sea of grey.

We all ask these age-old, mind-niggling questions at some point in our lives. It was at this time I began a personal search for those elusive answers. With perseverance, I discovered them quite unexpectedly, right where they were said to be: in the ancient writings of an old, black Bible. At first, the answers seemed bizarre and in such contrast to the standard beliefs of the denominations of Christianity I knew. But I was young and idealistic enough to strip away all the religious terminology and put the words into a contemporary context. The conclusions were only logical but yet simply amazing…

This book is for non-believers who still search for answers.

This book is for those who believe in a God and are willing to strip away the religious terms to read the ancient textbook for what it actually says. Truth doesn’t change with the use of non-Christian terminology. Truth stands still and simply waits for us to understand.

This book is for Christians who realize we can’t put God into a preconceived box and that God doesn’t actually live in houses built by men.

This book is for those with New Age philosophies who are searching for the original roots of wisdom.

It’s for all who are brave in heart and open of mind, for we are now involved in the most fantastic interactive reality game of all—the game of life. To get to the ultimate level, we must play it seriously with all the skills we have.

I hope you plan to read on. I encourage you to draw your own conclusions, map out your own spiritual journey, and forge your own philosophy for living life on planet earth. Just do it quickly, because the real reason you are reading these pages now is that you are needed.”

—Jane Catherine Rozek, 2013

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