Death of Misfortune by Robin B. Lipinski

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"Abracadabra..." you may have heard said regarding magic, or maybe you watched movies or read books with characters who were witches, vampires, goblins, and a myriad of other magical creatures of this world, or others, and are wondering if you should read a book about real magic instead? Oh sure, you've exposed yourself to the topic of magic, minor though it was, regarding sexual attraction of a man seducing a women or a women seducing a man or seduction in whatever form there is, but have you ever peered underneath the veneer of real magic, not just slight-of-hand tricks? I'm talking about a topic so powerful it is taboo in many cultures that even today some countries still execute those who embrace magic. Maybe you believe in magic or just think it is another form of earthly entertainment. Maybe you are a skeptic, one of those who try and figure out how the person on stage does their card tricks or make beautiful women disappear. This is normal as you are human and still in the midst of evolving both physically, mentally, and also, in the supernatural realm.

A question: Why in all those many films, those movies, those other books, why do they not talk about another form of magic most know as religion? Some vampire stories talk of holy water and God but treat them as two separate topics. It is also amazing that earthly religions deal with magic as if it was evil and earthly magic deals with religion as if it was weak, obsolete, or ( ) (cannot be translated into human speak)


"Death of Misfortune," is a book that will change each time you read it as you will be changing along with it.
As you read it, look deep into the brush strokes of the paintings, ponder what the slavery of words plays with your beliefs. Allow your mind to wander into another realm beyond the obvious.
 

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Published February 12, 2013 by Publish Green. 268 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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