Book Review: The Call

The Call:  Awakening the Angelic Human is a book written and published by Toni Sah’r Petrinovich.  In this book the attributes of the Angelic Human are defined and “the call” to recognize and live the message contained within these attributes is extended to all who feel resonance with the message.

Are you Angelic Human?  What is the Angelic Human?  There are encoded differences in the DNA of those feel the call to express from their heart, the voice of the soul.  The means of expression does not matter: it is how you express through the role you are playing and how you interact with your environment.   The difference comes to play in how the life is lived through the means in this chosen incarnation.  The compelling desire is to express unconditional love and absolution in every moment towards every person, place and thing.

The DNA in Angelic Human is 12 strand as opposed to the normal 2 strand of most homo sapiens sapiens (those who know that they know).  12 strands of DNA woven through 12 dimensions of consciousness for 144 strands of encoded DNA.  This is science talk for why you may have felt different then  other people in your environment.  For example, have you always felt that there is much much more to this life, this existence than meets the eye?  Do you have a need to do things a little bit differently then those around you and have always wondered why?  You may find this information of encoded difference a relief.  If you’ve ever wondered why you could never “fit in” with the prevailing ideas issued forth from the institutions and peer groups that exist in the earth plane, you may now rest in knowing you came here to stand out – to be apart from the crowd and to express this unique vision of yours that lives deep inside.  If you resonate with these words and know that you  have come here to live by your own light, then give yourself the gift of diving into the pages of Toni Sah’rs book.  She is Angelic Human expressing in human form and has used the gift of writing to rally humanity for the cause of which it is being aware of now;  knowing itself as the source of all, in form.

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