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In the first two novels of the Indy Izagurrie series, Eli was the main character as he explored his Basque heritage through archeology and study of the Sumerian tablets which hold the fascinating history of mankind and how we were created by the gods of Nibiru to be slaves. The information in Frank Jordan’s novels is factual, based on extensive research into the true histo In the first two novels of the Indy Izagurrie series, Eli was the main character as he explored his Basque heritage through archeology and study of the Sumerian tablets which hold the fascinating history of mankind and how we were created by the gods of Nibiru to be slaves. The information in Frank Jordan’s novels is factual, based on extensive research into the true history of mankind. Frances, Eli’s Basque wife, helped him explore the ancient caves of Northern Spain to reveal the fantastic history of Homo Sapiens, the modern species of humans who replaced the Neanderthal man in Europe. In his third novel, Return of the Goddess, Eli explores the Goddess energy and the powerful abilities that females have had in the past. These exceptional abilities are rekindled through stimulation of genetic memory in Frances by Wilson, the Anunnaki who mentored Eli in the second novel. Wilson gently guides Frances to develop her natural healing skills, clairvoyance, the ability to transcend time and space, and other psychic skills. Drawing from genetic memories, Frances carves a crystal skull like the ones found in Central America, and she and Eli are led to the Mayan temples in search of other skulls. They find them and learn their purpose and how to use them. Eli is challenged by the opposition force and nearly killed. At one of the sites they come upon an ancient Mextec culture who recognizes Frances as a Goddess whose return they have been awaiting for hundreds of years. The experience brings back soul and genetic memories of when she was one of the creator gods of the Mayan culture. Frank Jordan’s novels are teaching experiences, drawn from his vast knowledge of healing and the psychic arts. In experiencing the adventures of his characters, the reader is led to understanding of the skills and how to apply them.


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In the first two novels of the Indy Izagurrie series, Eli was the main character as he explored his Basque heritage through archeology and study of the Sumerian tablets which hold the fascinating history of mankind and how we were created by the gods of Nibiru to be slaves. The information in Frank Jordan’s novels is factual, based on extensive research into the true histo In the first two novels of the Indy Izagurrie series, Eli was the main character as he explored his Basque heritage through archeology and study of the Sumerian tablets which hold the fascinating history of mankind and how we were created by the gods of Nibiru to be slaves. The information in Frank Jordan’s novels is factual, based on extensive research into the true history of mankind. Frances, Eli’s Basque wife, helped him explore the ancient caves of Northern Spain to reveal the fantastic history of Homo Sapiens, the modern species of humans who replaced the Neanderthal man in Europe. In his third novel, Return of the Goddess, Eli explores the Goddess energy and the powerful abilities that females have had in the past. These exceptional abilities are rekindled through stimulation of genetic memory in Frances by Wilson, the Anunnaki who mentored Eli in the second novel. Wilson gently guides Frances to develop her natural healing skills, clairvoyance, the ability to transcend time and space, and other psychic skills. Drawing from genetic memories, Frances carves a crystal skull like the ones found in Central America, and she and Eli are led to the Mayan temples in search of other skulls. They find them and learn their purpose and how to use them. Eli is challenged by the opposition force and nearly killed. At one of the sites they come upon an ancient Mextec culture who recognizes Frances as a Goddess whose return they have been awaiting for hundreds of years. The experience brings back soul and genetic memories of when she was one of the creator gods of the Mayan culture. Frank Jordan’s novels are teaching experiences, drawn from his vast knowledge of healing and the psychic arts. In experiencing the adventures of his characters, the reader is led to understanding of the skills and how to apply them.

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