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“The world is changing radically, and those of us who have come here to usher in a new Earth are ready. I wrote this book to help you recall memories from your past and to awaken your purpose for being here. It is time for you to fully recognize the Light that you are, the Light that you came here to share. Use this book as an inspirational catalyst to propel you forward into the full expression of your mission on Earth.”
When renowned astrologer, Maxine Taylor, realized she was other-worldly, it didn’t come as a shock. She’d always felt different. But after attending a walk-in conference, she realized she was one of “them” – a walk-in from another place in the universe. That realization was the birth of her bestselling debut novel, The Earthbound Trilogy.

Taylor says, “Although this book might appear to be science fiction or fantasy, it is actually science non-fiction. The walk-in experiences I have described happened either to me or to friends of mine, and the information on extraterrestrials as well as arms in space is available on the internet.

“The world is changing radically, and those of us who have come here to usher in a new Earth are ready. I wrote this book to help you recall memories from your past and to awaken your purpose for being here. It is time for you to fully recognize the Light that you are, the Light that you came here to share. Use this book as an inspirational catalyst to propel you forward into the full expression of your mission on Earth.”

The trilogy is the story of a galactic being that comes to comes to Earth with a mission that affects not only this planet, but our galactic neighbors as well. He discovers a conspiracy that could destroy life as we know it. However, he must first acclimate to his new life as a walk-in living in an earthbound body before he can take on the incredible challenge of fulfilling his mission. In book 2, a hybrid extra-terrestrial responds to Jackson’s call for help to keep space free from nuclear weapons. First, however, he must help Jackson disentangle himself from his ex-wife and his former life. After another galactic being walks into the body of Khalilah, an internationally-known super model, she meets and is completely drawn to Jackson and XAM, with whom she shares the same vision for our planet. She uses her celebrity status to create a major event that brings about a New Earth of peace and love. In turn, she finds the love she has always wanted.

Dr. Carol Rosin, Founder of The Institute for Cooperation in Space and the first woman corporate manager of Fairchild Industries and spokesperson for Wernher Von Braun summed it up here, “WOW… this is extraordinary. Of course, I want everyone on the planet to read this for so many reasons! THANK YOU! PERFECT TIMING!”

Maxine Taylor is a pioneer in the field of astrology. She began her astrological studies in 1966. In 1968, she became Georgia’s first licensed astrologer. In 1969, she had a bill introduced into the Georgia General Assembly to legalize astrology in Atlanta. In 1970, the bill passed, and was signed into law by the governor. Maxine spearheaded the establishment of the Atlanta Board of Astrology Examiners. In 1977, she opened the first astrology office in Atlanta. In 1979, she learned how to identify hidden parental messages in the natal chart. She learned how to release this programming, and began sharing the technique with clients in private sessions and workshops. In 2003, she was ordained as a trans-denominational minister, and in 2005, she became a Reconnective Healing Practitioner. In 2007, she included Matrix Energetics as one of her healing modalities. Today, she practices Star Matrix, her own unique healing technique. Her best-selling book, Move into the Magic, helps the reader identify and release his childhood commitments and find his mission in life. ​

Maxine is CNN’s former on-air astrologer, a bestselling author, a national speaker, and a co-founder of the Metropolitan Atlanta Astrological Society, the Atlanta Board of Astrology Examiners, and the Atlanta Institute of Metaphysics. She is on the Board of Directors of the American Federation of Astrologers, President of the Metropolitan Atlanta Astrological Society, and Chairman of the Atlanta Board of Astrology Examiners. This is her first novel.

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