Portals Of Tessalindria Series by F.W. Faller
The Portals of Tessalindria Series by F.W. Faller is a Christian Allegory series that tells will entertain as you learn, through allegory, Christian values.
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|Lonama's Map (Portals Of Tessalindria #2)
By F. W. Faller
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Using time travel as a vehicle to expanded awareness, this visionary novel delves into the consequences of random acts and the choices made in their aftermath. In the ancient land of the planet Tessalindria, an old man is killed in a robbery gone awry. Fleeing with the victim's sole possession, the legendary Lonama's Map, the thieves enter a time portal only to find themselves transported to an age where the legends of their schooling are a way of life. Facing various mental and physical obstacles, they have an opportunity to undergo a spiritual awakening through self-realization. In experiencing their travails and the grip that fear, envy, jealousy, and revenge has on their lives, readers gain insight into the meaning of life and death and the contrast between a life led with purpose and vision and one led simply for selfish gain.
|A Sword for the Immerland King (Portals Of Tessalindria #1)
By F.W. Faller
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Transcending time and dimension, this visionary novel possesses elements of spirituality and transformations of the psyche. Set in an Arthurian milieu on the planet of Tessalindria, it explores the spiritual journey of young Princess Vrengnia, who is aided by a wise blacksmith and his son, Paca. Her father is conflicted between his desire to be a good king and father and his desire for revenge. He asks the blacksmith to forge a sword imbued with mystical power to be used as an instrument of his bitterness, and a spiritual struggle ensues. The conflict depicted between good and evil encourages readers to search for true meaning and purpose in life. This otherworldly tale inspires a closer look at true spirituality without the encumbrances of preconceived ideas of Christian terminology.