Metaphysical and Spiritual  books and writings  
by
Mary Quijano

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  1. An astronaut travels over 365 million miles to find who God really is.
    An astronaut travels over 365 million miles to find who God really is.
    Available at Smashwords.com
  2. The life of the child Yeshua, a novel based on Gnostic Gospels
    The life of the child Yeshua, a novel based on Gnostic Gospels
    Available at Smashwords.com
  3. A demonic possession precludes the beginning of Armageddon via a brain-dead Pope
    A demonic possession precludes the beginning of Armageddon via a brain-dead Pope
    Available at Smashwords.com
  4. Worldwide ecological devastation facilitates Satan's machinations in this final battle for men's souls
    Worldwide ecological devastation facilitates Satan's machinations in this final battle for men's souls
    Available at Smashwords.com
My name is Mary Quijano
Hello
I'm a public school teacher in Hawaii, probably an unlikely career choice but it suits me in a strange way. My passion since the age of 7, however, has been writing; since the age of 16, to understand God and the Universe, and since the age of 24 to align the paradigms of science with those of a Creator. My books and meditations transcribe that ongoing journey.
I hope that you will visit my page on Facebook, Metaphysical and Spiritual Writings, and will check my books on Smashwords and Amazon.com. Currently most of these are free and available as digital downloads, with the exception of The Lampstand, which is also available in paperback and hardcover. Keep checking this site for information on my next novel, currently in progress, which explores multiverses and the anomalies of nature which defy science and offer proof of God as the null hypothesis.
The physical universe of which we partake in human form - willingly or not -  is but a part of the anything-goes universe of endless creation, where time is as much a construct and fabrication and illusion as everything else. We may not be able to escape the confines and "laws" of this physical condition while we remain in it, but by understanding and appreciating what it is, we can find peace and joy in every trial as much as in each triumph..