Whispers on the Wind

Whispers on the Wind takes Mahinee, and her three horses on a trip through a time-travel warp back to Lemuria just before and during the war with Atlantis.

Whispers on the Wind is a love story transcending time and space in a world where greed, power, and gold foreshadow doom to two once thriving civilizations.

Mahinee and her three horses journey through a time warp to Lemuria during the war with Atlantis. With the backdrop of legend, myth, and the beginning of violent battles. Amid Atlantis‘ quest for power, Mahinee and her soulmate, Jonair must escape the treacherous conflict plaguing Lemuria. Can those who have a passion for life and love survive and escape with their lives? Or will the horrors of war destroy their destiny?

Perhaps true love is far greater and stronger than legend and myth, and more powerful than Whispers on the Wind.

While the origin of most legends dissolves into the mists of time, true love continues on. The backdrop to Whispers on the Wind is Plato’s dialogues, Timaeus and Critias, which might validate Atlantis’ existence. Yet, the poet and historian portrayed the people as plagued by greed and violence. The legend of Lemuria, written in the nineteenth century, describes a spiritual, peace-loving people of the same era. Which begs the question, what happened to Atlantis and Lemuria, and what part did Mahinee and Jonair play in its tragic end? Did greed destroy both civilizations? Did anyone survive, and if so, what ultimately happened to these once thriving civilizations and their people? And do the children and the lovers of Lemuria somehow survive?

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Unlike many legends whose origins have been lost in the mists of time, we know exactly when and where the story of Atlantis first appeared. The story was first told in two of Plato's dialogues, the "Timaeus" and the "Critias," they were not about a Utopian city, but rather the opposite. The Atlanteans were not peaceful people but instead filled with greed. The legend of Lemuria on the other hand wasn’t first discussed until the eighteen-hundreds and was filled with spiritual peace-loving people.

PROLOGUE

All bright as polished pearls and sparkling diamonds too the lacy snowflakes fell, each different than the other. No two alike that she could tell but each so beautiful in the snow filled sky as they rained upon them all. Till father wind began to churn them all and create a funnel white and tall.

Churn they did round and round till a wall circled them all. Mother Earth cradled them in the center of it all and Mahinee began to sing to calm herself and her horses too from the wall that carried them on.

Father Wind brings us to a place
Where grass grows tall and strong
And warm breezes fill the air
Coming from the ocean blue
With waves of green glass too
And rainbows of color light the sky
Glinting off the crystal walls
I’ll find my true love there
With sapphire eyes and cornsilk hair
A horse tattoo upon his arm
Together we’ll save a people doomed to die
Who must teach us all to live
Those that will, we’ll carry forward
A new life we’ll build
One that brings us through the dark days
That greed begets in man
And steals their souls
Till only gold and power reign in them
Churn round and round
And cradle us as we go
Along the path that leads us
To the place that we need to be
It’s off to Lemuria we go.
E O dio ha hey yay
E O dio ha hey yay
E O dio ha hey yay