The True Philosopher's Stone
Ten years ago starting in Saudi Arabia, Craig and Suzzan began an incredible journey that changed their lives. Their travels took them to Cyprus, Israel, and Jordan before settling in the United States. The recounting of that journey is candidly told in their first book My Lost Love. Once in America, Suzzan with Craig's assistance embarked on a guided investigation into religion, philosophy, mytho...
Paperback: 444 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (August 10, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 12755759
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ogy, history and science.Craig and Suzzan learned that God's message had become distorted by humanity's dogma, doctrine and intellectualism. Suzzan's goal was to gather pieces of a metaphorical jigsaw puzzle from all the disciplines to lead her to a picture of the Truth. The results of her investigation are reported in their second book, Love the Common Denominator: My Journey to the Truth.This, the 'third in the trilogy, picks up where My Lost Love left off. It follows Craig and Suzzan's struggle to come to terms with their mission, which continued in 2000 with visits to Mexico, Peru and Bolivia. The focus of the book is the amazing events between 1999 through 2002. In addition, the book openly relates the couple's experiences involving a life threatening condition and the taking on of a spiritual center. Their journey to Rennes-Ie-Ch¿teau in the south of France resulted in Craig and Suzzan discovering the deeper implications of their mission. The multiple signs and coincidences revealed to them the identity of the force for change, the true philosophers' stone.