Johnny Outlander — read the adventure!

Johnny Outlander is an adventure which will take you into worlds you have never known.  From an isolated childhood in the concrete and manicured suburbs of Los Angeles, Johnny makes his way north to the other-worldly surroundings of old growth redwood forests.  Here trees so large that Johnny feels “like a lost Lilliputian” hide an untouched world of primal energies, animals who have a great deal to say, and a motley group of people who all have something to hide.

Can you imagine a world where giant redwoods resonate with the energy of the Universe?  Where wolves hold well-earned grudges?  Where crows soar overhead as messengers?  This is a world where instinct rules and where people are not what they seem.

Johnny finds a haven with an unknown and oddly talented grandmother who knows more about him than Johnny knows about himself.   He arrives as a castaway in a strange land, only to find that the animals, the people, and the forest have been waiting for him.

Join Johnny on his journey.  Read the adventure!

 

2 Replies to “Johnny Outlander — read the adventure!”

  1. It seems since I have read Johnny Outlander, the animals are talking to me now more than ever. I thought I was well able to talk with them before reading your book, now they are showing me that perhaps I was not listening as well as I thought I was. The crows especially are getting my attention…at home, on the way to work, whilst running errands, etc. My beautiful horse told me two weeks ago that she would like it if I would put apple sauce in her bran mash every once in a while and that way it would taste like a horse version of apple pie. And, she has let me know that she is glad that I am “hearing” her more. I love it but what is going on?

    1. One of the most fascinating aspects of intuitive communication with animals is that once animals become aware that you are one of the “listeners,” they increase their communications. The animals want to be heard!

      In my book, Johnny’s grandmother, Bryn Evan, tells him that the animals are desperately trying to remind us that we are Stewards of the Earth. Reading Johnny Outlander can open your awareness of this, can introduce you to the concept of Stewardship or heighten your awareness of it. Being aware you are a Steward is a beacon light to animals – not just personal pets but all animals – and they will increase efforts to attract your attention. It seems to me as if you have become aware that you are truly a Steward and what you are now experiencing is the animals’ response to that awareness. Keep listening.

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