The Seventh Chakra by J. R. Bowles

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AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is not a new belief nor a religion but an attempt to shake the reader loose from their preconceptions and think for themselves. Hopefully each reader will see their own truths.

The awakening of the Avatar has begun. With each stimulus of John Fleuric's chakras the long hidden arcane secrets are unfolding and becoming known. But what is the ultimate question?

A woman is kidnapped off the streets of NYC, a terrible thing on any day, but this is the beginning of the awakening of the Avatar. Or is he? John Fleuric, a software creator, becomes the center of attention of all involved when power, energy, sex, and death, weave their existence as they become joined in a vision of the Universal Plan and the fate of everyone.

From Boca Raton, to New York City, to Roanoke, Virginia, this book is a metaphysical journey; an awakening awareness as the struggles of the universe are revealed through a diverse group of people who have been connected by fate.

Energy and power abound in a battle to understand what the universe is trying to tell them and what the fate of mankind will be.

With every vibration of energy upon one of the seven chakra the group slowly awakens to the building blocks of existence, laying out choices of paths they may or may not take.

A young woman, Jackie, a Coast Guard Petty Officer draws the attention of street preachers in New York, who believes she is involved with the coming of a new Messiah.

Bernie who had only met Jackie is intrigued but unsure why.

Jamal the prophet of the coming black messiah.

John a software creator becomes the center of attention of all involved when power, energy, sex, and death, weave their existence as they become joined in a vision of the Universal Plan and the fate of everyone.

Sex, violence, and revelations into the mind of creation are keyed into the reader as their own Chakra's awaken. Everyone who reads this book will experience an awakening triggered by their life and their energy.


"I apologize for the spelling errors. I do not apologize for the words used to voice this story or their arrangement. To delve into darkness--one must puncture the miasm of now."

NC-17, Sexual scenes, language, violence

Metaphysical fiction
105,000 + words
392 pages.

THE GREATEST REVIEW I HAVE EVER RECEIVED VIA EMAIL:

"I enjoyed your book very much if I had more money cause times are hard for many
i would have paid full price at my local book store which is something I have
been unable to do and I am so very greatful to have read your book more than you
know I went somewhere else as I became one with your characters eachone I felt I
really had hard time putting it down yet I put it down because I did not want it
to end I am not religiouse but you did hit all of them which is what I been
saying for years they are all the same in one aspect or another don't quite
wrighting even if ya don't make a dime please because you took me away for a
time a time to forget my own troubles and that is priceless

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THE WORST REVIEW ONE STAR FROM UK (I now have a minus eight review. See below reviews.)
1.0 out of 5 stars
Don't Bother 1 Jan 2013
By Book Lover simon dunwell
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
I recommend that you do not give this book any further consideration. Firstly, it has clearly never been proof-read. This makes the story almost impossible to engage with, as you are constantly trying to work out what the author is trying to say. Secondly, the story line is awful. The overall premise is really obvious, but this is intermixed with random religious rants from all sorts of theologies. Rubbish. Move on. I am disappointed that Amazon will list, let alone charge for, this kind of book. I will not trust Amazon any more.

From an email: Valeri E. to you (Sun Aug 18,)
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About J. R. Bowles

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Published August 12, 2012 by J. R. Bowles. 310 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sea2it 7 Jun 2013

Rated the book as 5 out of 5

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Iama Reader 23 Jun 2013

Energetic story line and a very good book.

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MyNamegoeshere 23 Jun 2013

Rated the book as 5 out of 5