Mystic Iceland Book Series

Book 1

Spiritists Shake the Barrier Between Worlds

We are more than what the mirror portrays and deep down we all know it. There is more to us than the flesh we pinch and our behavior that reflects the conformities of life. We are curious and ever-seeking human beings looking for ways to plug into our surroundings, hoping to connect and feel closer to the past, the present, and even the future. Reconnecting and becoming timeless is a feeling that cannot be described. So, we reach for the next closest thing, the stories that bring us nearer to this feeling. 

In order for timelessness to become more tangible, we seek something we view as bigger than ourselves, something more powerful. What could be more powerful and greater than something otherworldly?

After spending time thinking about what keeps people strong in their faith, regardless of the belief they choose to cling to, I think I found my answer. Access to the supernatural.

According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, there are two definitions for the word supernatural

“1: of or relating to an order of existence beyond the visible observable universe especially: of or relating to God or a god, demigod, spirit, or devil


2 a: departing from what is usual or normal especially so as to appear to transcend the laws of nature

b: attributed to an invisible agent (such as a ghost or spirit)” (Merriam-Webster) 

It’s safe to say that most people throughout time have turned to supernatural forces to find purpose or seek help and understanding to simply feel a sense of belonging.

The only group of people I can think of that break this pattern of behavior would be those of an atheistic belief system. Although they may not consider science a belief system, because science is fact-based, their belief in science still serves as a system that gives them a purpose and answers to life. In this book, I intend to give examples of how science may help explain mystical phenomenon.


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