Purely by chance, renowned author Mary Summer Rain met No-Eyes, a blind Chippewa visionary who lives in a small, remote cabin in the Colorado mountains. Spirit Song the first volume in Summer Rain's No-Eyes tetralogy, introduces us to this remarkable, unforgettable woman. No-Eyes teaches her about many fascinating topics, including the history of the Chippewa people, the songs of the shaman, and the healing power of medicinal herbs.
"I love this book...but"
The Chippewa shaman No-Eyes shares her wisdom and perspective on life. No-Eyes sits in her humble Colorado cabin, offering startling but compelling visions of the future, including some upheavals on the horizon. Listening intently to her teacher and new friend, Summer Rain learns about the unique relationship between the Earth Mother and the many creatures in her domain.
"Awesome ! Except for the narration"
Dreamwalkers are those rare few who are led by the spirit, have shed the yoke of desire, and have discarded the need for material gain and all evidence of negative thought. Freed from personal goals, they travel the path of knowledge and go where the spirit of truth leads them. A student of No-Eyes, Brian Many Heart, teaches Mary Summer Rain the magic and power of the Dreamwalker.
"Summer Rain is a visionary"
After having learned the way of the Dreamwalker, Mary Summer Rain reluctantly embarks on a path that No-Eyes has convinced her is an important part of her destiny. With the help of her husband, Summer Rain begins a series of exciting and enlightening encounters, they help these spirits decide to move on to other realities. Phantoms Afoot is the fourth volume in the No-Eyes tetralogy that includes, Spirit Song, Pheonix Rising, and Dreamwalker.
"Never Gets Old"
In what may be her most important message to the world, Mary Summer Rain describes her vision of the visit of an archangel who speaks of the spiritual condition of the human race. His message is a troubling one, if not unexpected: the egotism, arrogance, and materialism of our current path are leading us to destruction.