Donald Marinelli's New Book 'The Great Awakening: The Revelations of Connie Ann Valenti' is a Look at the Life of a Woman Blessed With Spiritual Revelations

Fulton Books author Donald Marinelli, an educator and writer, has completed his most recent book "The Great Awakening: The Revelations of Connie Ann Valenti":  a spiritual book that follows a woman who can only be described as a prophet.  

Marinelli writes this about the subject of his book, "Revelation is the term used to refer to the process by which The One, God, the Source, or a higher consciousness reveals knowledge of itself, its will, and divine providence to human beings—the revelations of Connie Ann Valenti. Her revelations encompass very detailed origins of all that exists spiritually and physically, clarification of the celestial hierarchy, history of humankind, the purpose of life and reincarnation, the roles and responsibilities of the protagonists and antagonists of the Old and New Testaments, the power of prayer, and the foretelling of Earth's end-times."

Published by Fulton Books, Donald Marinelli's book brings readers into the mystic world of Connie Ann Valenti. He writes about her spirit and all the things that she has been blessed to see. Apart from being a wife, mother, and grandmother, Connie is also blessed with the power of spiritual revelations. Readers will be taken on a sacred and divine journey in this book and discover the truth behind many legends and folklore. 

Connie Ann Valenti's earlier book, "The Story of Creation," is the groundwork for this new book. Marinelli confirms much of the information provided in Connie's first book. He also uncovers new powerful and mystifying revelations. Marinelli's writing compels readers to follow along to understand who we are, what we are, and the meaning of our existence. 

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "The Great Awakening: The Revelations of Connie Ann Valenti" online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books