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The Chronicles of Kismah is the account of a communication between the writer and an entity from another reality who claims they are bonded by the same strand of creation from a distant past. It is an illuminating and personal encounter that embraces a number of intriguing subjects from lost civilsations, the existence of other worlds to a life beyond life. It provides a ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published September 19th 2013 by Strangford Publications (first published June 5th 2013)
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Bookworm Sean
This book, for me, is one to avoid. It is extremely hard to read beyond the first few pages. I understand the concept but the idea of a book consisting of a series of questions and answers for 200 pages is just bad. The questions themselves just seem inane and just pointless. I read the questions and find myself not wanting to know the answer because it is just ridiculous.

I received this copy for free through a good reads giveaway.
Lucinda
Aug 20, 2013 Lucinda rated it really liked it
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This is a fascinating exploration on our perceptions on ‘fantasy’ versus reality and of life itself.

This extraordinary book is an anthology of channeled writing which examines the core root of life and those variables, which ultimately define our very existence on Earth. It is in part a factual study of humanity in all its forms (such as socially, physically, mentally and spiritually) as well as examining scientific viewpoints for instance intergalactic phenomenon’s. I felt that there was a cle
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Denisa Howe
Aug 26, 2013 Denisa Howe rated it liked it
The Chronicles of Kismah was a bit hard to get into. The format is that of a conversation between a man and some other higher being. It almost gives you the feeling that the one talking is perhaps a patient in a mental ward and lost in his own mind or world. My thoughts were if there had been more to this other than just the conversation itself; it would have been easier and even allowed the need to stay with the book cover to cover until completed. There really weren’t any additions of the ...more
Kay Elliston
May 16, 2015 Kay Elliston rated it liked it
Hmmm? Not an easy one to review. Because of the esoteric nature of the subject, I found myself having to re-read most sections of this book. Written in a very personal, conversational language, once I followed the Q & A's, I found I had many Q's of my own. On the whole I think I intuited an understanding rather than an intellectual one, if that makes any sense. Although my star rating seems low, it is only so because of the restrictions of the star system. A fascinating, if also frustrating, ...more
Taylor Troncin
Dec 27, 2015 Taylor Troncin rated it liked it
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[This review also appears on my personal LibraryThing account...]

I won a copy of this book through librarything.
Really, I didn't know what I was getting into when I entered the contest... And what I got was something ... odd.

I did like the book, but it is not something that I normally read, which in this case (unfortunately) made me feel a bit off about the book in general...

Not a "bad" read or anything like that - just not something that I would pick up again...
Peter Troy
Apr 21, 2014 Peter Troy rated it it was amazing
This book offers an incredible insight into the purpose of our being, providing answers to so many questions about our origins. I feel the author has shared with us a very personal encounter with the soul that is both historic and futuristic in its detail. An enlightening read, hopefully this will not be the last we hear from Kismah.
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My interest in philosophy and metaphysics was ignited at quite an early age by an intrinsic curiosity and desire to understand a world I wasn't always comfortable with, and as the years conspired to change my perception, I slowly began to accept it is perhaps a reality that none of us ultimately belong.

My first publication was: ‘The Missing Innocence,’ released by PS Avalon in 2009. It was writte
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