Exciting Times for the Angel Author

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September was an exciting month for me.

The first bit of excitement was that I was interviewed on radio by Lisa McDonald of ‘Living Fearlessly’ with Lisa McDonald fame.

You can listen to the radio interview by clicking on the ‘Radio Interview’ tab of this website’s menu bar above. You can alternatively listen to it on Spotify, Megaphone 1, Megaphone 2 or Megaphone 3. I also encourage you to read Lisa’s insightful article featured on Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, ‘Guardian Angels, Alvin Avery—The Angel Author,’ here. I felt very relaxed, in the ‘flow,’ and guided by my guardian angel throughout the radio interview. I am, therefore, truly grateful to both Lisa McDonald and my guardian angel!

More excitement involved starting classes at university. These classes are important for my professional development and I’m fortunate to have a December break during which I can blog about angels.

Angles, as you know, are my passion.

Although talking about angels is controversial, the truth is that we need to talk about angels. That’s what I do in my Facebook notes and angel books.

I believe that each and every one of us has a guardian angel.

To believe in angels is to understand that there’s a ‘whole world’ out there, a world of angels.  

This knowledge for me personally has to do with: freeing me up from material constraints; better understanding God’s plan for me in this life; unceasingly being amazed by how deeply involved angels are in our lives (another term for this is divine intervention); and hope for my future existence.

God is love and God loves us, his creation, absolutely and without reserve.

The Tibetan masters say that this life is a testing ground for the next. I believe that this statement is 100% true. The difficulties, pain, uncertainty and suffering we experience in life are not meaningless. They are meaningful or full of meaning. There is a greater purpose, a higher meaning. There is an afterlife. Work hard now, strive for what you desire; but there’s more work ahead, too! Death is not the end; it’s a new beginning, a fresh start. And so, the cycle repeats itself.

Although some people make a very firm distinction between this life and the next, I have noticed that the veil between heaven and earth is getting thinner and thinner. The reason that this is happening is theologically complex, but part of the reason is that the creator gods, the Anunnaki, rulers of Planet Nibiru, have returned. I wrote a book and then another book about them. If you’re curious about who they are and what they have to say about events, please read these books.

Thank you so much for being a fan over the years. It’s been more than a decade now.

God Bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery, ‘Angel Author’

Bulgaria: The place of my inspiration

Those of you who read The Truth about Angels, Part I may be interested to see a few photographs of the place where I was inspired to write this book. I mention the name of the town in the preface of my book. It’s a small, Bulgarian town, not too far from Sofia, the nation’s capital city. There’s nothing special about this town, except for the fact that it was there that I had my first experiences with angels. Here’s what the local reservoir looks like. You can see the Rila Mountain Range in the background with its snow-capped peaks.

The Reservoir

Sometimes, after a good rainfall, the greenery that ‘clothes’ the mountain becomes so lush, the air so pure and clean, that you can see for miles. Once, I thought that what I saw reminded me of the television series, Land of the Lost. It was almost as if, once you came to this place, you could never leave. There’s something about Bulgaria that pulls you in, draws you in and holds you firmly. Here’s a picture of the town’s church. Do you see the stork’s nest on top of the larger dome? In Bulgaria, storks are said to bring good luck.

The church

I saw angels in this church. But angels aren’t restricted to church. I saw them in different parts of this town, too. One of my most cherished memories is meeting my guardian angel at the Motel of Dolna Banya. I talk about him in the book. Here’s what the Motel’s pool looks like on a hot, summer day. Mostly full, with people of all ages soaking in the rays, some having a refreshing dip. Personally, it’s one of my all-time favorite swimming pools, probably on account of the memories.

The Dolna Banya Mote's pool

If you look closely, you may see Mom. The events I describe in the book are true. They really happened.

When I was writing this book, I listened to Bulgarian music. Here’s a YouTube video that will give you an idea about what it sounds like. There are a few English mistakes in the presentation which you’ll overlook, I’m sure.

When you watch the clip, it will give you a glimpse of Bulgarian music, history and culture. Images of well-known Bulgarians, common folk, and the city of Plovdiv, once known as Philipoppolis, are just a few examples. The dancers at the start of the video are actually walking barefoot on burning hot embers. They do so without feeling any pain whatsoever.

Bulgarian Folklore: Music from Eternity

This You Tube video, The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices, is of higher quality. Have a look.

So, what did you think of those voices? I think they’re amazing. I hope you enjoyed my first blog post. Stay tuned for more!

God bless, and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery