Book Launch: “Baby, If You Could See What’s Runnin’ ‘Cross My Mind”
Author Charlene Emanuel
Book launch is now until August 31.
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An aura of mystery unfolds between pages of “Baby, If You Could See What’s Runnin’ ‘Cross My Mind.” The book is an apocalyptic dream allegory based on the life of Jane Bell, a former slave, who is my great-great-grandmother, known as Grandma Jane. Her story laid dormant almost four generations, until a dislodged 1841 dime sparked interest into her life. The gates to the Gregory Plantation and later Bell Plantation are opening. Join me in the quarters where Grandma Jane lived as a young slave girl. Her story yearns to be heard. Grandma Jane is sharing forbidden biblical truths; it is how she survived the abyss of slavery! But first, some background information: During antiquity, King Nimrod (Noah’s great-grandson) and much later Emperor Constantine attempted to hide the Hebrew faith by intermingling Christianity with pagan mysteries. One name in particular, may sound familiar to you; Ishtar (pronounced Easter); Her birthday is Easter. She along with other fallen ones utilized deceit. Many have been deceived into observing Easter, instead of Passover. The Creator’s Calendar was changed to masquerade the Sabbath and Hebrew holy days with pagan worship days. Have you ever wondered why slave’s names were changed? English names would have been easier to pronounce. Last names usually indicated ownership to slave masters. Or, were the new names changed to hide the “true” identity and heritage of Hebrew slaves, whose names included “Yah,” the Creator’s name, within their name. During slavery, Hebrew faith was forbidden, yet some slaves secretly practiced it; which leads back to Grandma Jane. She was fearless. She held onto her faith. When her life story is shared, forbidden biblical truths are revealed, creating the reconnection of “dry bones’ Ezekiel wrote about…the Great Hebrew Awakening. This book contains sounds of whistling, moaning and howling through the planks of rotted shacks peopled by slaves who wanted to be heard but who weren’t seen due to lack of compassion. Spanish Moss dangling from oak trees lures you down a lane of time lined with déjà vu (view). Be careful. What you see may or may not be real. That’s how Satan likes it; through confusion easy prey are taken through space folded like a quilt with intricate patchwork, into realms more complicated than you can imagine, traveling back in time and returning to the present. Satan, an imitator of the Son of Man, has deceived and blinded many as to the identity of The Most High and His Son. As well as the true identity of the tribe of Judah, which included thousands of people forced into slavery. I hope the book will awaken displaced Hebrews. It is time to recognize the Creator’s Hebrew name, YAHUAH, and His Son’s name, YAHUSHA, which in Hebrew means “YAH is salvation!” 144,000 days of oppression will end soon and usher in YAHUSHA’S return.