Inelia Benz continues to explore existence and meaning within the universal superconscious
NEAH BAY, Wash. – Inelia Benz’s new book “Interview with an Angel” (published by Lulu), shares an interview Benz conducted with a man who introduces himself as Archangel Gabriel.
The setting of the book is the Makah Native American Reservation, in Neah Bay, Washington. Within the interview with Archangel Gabriel, Benz explores questions such as: is there a God, are angels agents of religions, where do humans originate, can angels incarnate as humans, how many other species are there in the Universe and others.
“Readers will enjoy the break away from belief systems and dogmas often attached to angels,” Benz says.
An excerpt from “Interview with an Angel”:
“When I walked in for our first meeting, I found him already sitting at my usual table. I recognized him instantly as the angel who had come to me those nights in 1973 when I was just 7 years old. He stood up and walked towards me smiling. Gingery blond short hair, deep golden green eyes, dark skinned, in his 30s or 40s and fit, like someone who works at heavy manual labor.”
“Interview with an Angel”
By Inelia Benz
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 172 pages | ISBN 9781365553998
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
In January 2010, Inelia Benz went public in order to promote the message of empowerment and sovereignty. Since then, she has worked tirelessly to explore, investigate, develop and disseminate tools, including novels, books, art, meditations and exercises that are quick, mystery-free and highly effective. Mother of four children, Benz now lives in Neah Bay, Washington, in the U.S., with her fiance, two cats and two dogs. This is her eighth book and third in the ‘Extraordinary Interview’ series.
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