What the Dolphin Said
by Judith Simon Prager
An enchanted novel of actual incidents that illuminates the future of consciousness.
“Dolphins may well be carrying information as well as functions critical to the regeneration of life upon our planet.” – Buckminster Fuller, renowned 20th century inventor and futurist.
A dolphin is assigned the “impossible” mission of waking humans to their full potential before it’s too late. But he can’t do it alone. He is told he will receive the help of a woman who has no idea of her role in this vital experiment.
She is a therapist trying to discover new ways to communicate with her young patients. She knows she has a calling but can’t quite hear it.
Each needs to find a separate path to the other. If they can meet and collaborate beyond the obstacles of land and sea—joining their separate threads of intensity, science, visions, and open hearts—they may be able to dissolve barriers and bring to a waiting, hurting world this life-affirming message of what we might become.
This action-driven novel is a great read, substantially based on true events.
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