Jodine Turner


Inspiring Example of Visionary Fiction


Visionary Fiction inspires, catalyzes, and expands consciousness. One classic example of this reading experience can be found in an excerpt from J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings.” (above excerpt image). Years and worlds apart from our current times, these are such relevant words of inspiring wisdom. They moved me when I read them. Such scenes remind us how ordinary people are called upon to do extra-ordinary things during crises.

My ‘Goddess of the Stars and the Sea’ novels all take place during critical junctures in human history where the main character, a priestess, is called to assist humankind move through fearful and bleak times—the demise of Atlantis, the Dark Age’s suppression of the feminine, and today’s turbulent world. 

In the Prologue from my second novel, “The Keys to Remember,” the main character, Rhianna, will be called upon by the Goddess to once more to assist during a time of crisis for humanity.


The Stars Awaken Me from My dreamtime.

“Am I needed?” I murmur sleepily.

I hear their silver response and feel the angels gather round me.

“Ah. Again humankind calls to me.”

I, the Goddess of the Stars and the Sea, look down upon the earth, gaze deeply into the affairs of men. The consciousness of humanity is ready to take its next step.

“Is the one named Geodran prepared to assist Me?”

The angels smile brightly. “She is called Rhianna in this life. She has returned to help you. But she is young and remembers little of you.”

“As it should be. She will know Me as the calling grows stronger.”

Again, I peer into the hearts of men. “I hope I am not too late.”


What do you feel called upon to contribute during our current tumultuous times?

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