This story is about the search for a Menorah with Mayan carvings on it. The search encompasses a journey, which starts in New Mexico and ends up in the Yucatan at the Sea of Campeche. The characters of this story include ethnicities such as Native Americans and Mayans providing a rich cultural feeling.
The heroine opens the tale with a mystical experience concerning the Menorah, and flows into the involvement of other characters who lead us on a story of the intricacies of life in and out of the shadows. The Menorah holds a map to ancient information about the beginning of life on earth, and how the free will experience began. It is a life-changing saga that leads to a promise of life as it never was before.
I feel that this is a story that readers of all degrees of spiritual awakening can relate to. The information it holds at the end takes the rest of the information to a place where there are no bounds, and plenty of opening keys. It follows a journey that typifies many people's awakening.
Nancy Tate moved to the Southwest from her home state of Maine in the fall of 1995. She has two daughters and eight grandchildren, all of whom live in Maine.
The Menorah is her first formal publication. She began her writing career after coming to the Southwest. She has written poetry, children's and short stories, and has started another novel. In 1997 she created and released her first CD, Dance of Remembrance, a meditative collection of some of her poetry that she reads to music.
Nancy and her life partner, Bob Towers created their spiritual website, Tree of the Golden Light in the spring of 2002. Since then it has reached a readership of just under 3 million, appealing to an International audience. Nancy channels many lighted beings and posts the messages regularly on the website. Her Wake up Call Messages are but one feature of the site.
She, Bob and their beloved dog, Toshiro make their home in their RV, as their work often takes them 'on the road'.