The Call of Auberone is the story of a young, adventurous girl and her anciently-wise pet dragon. Together they embark upon many adventures whilst exploring the magical world in which they live.
In of itself this is not an overly exciting plot-line for a book… except that this particular story is somewhat different; for rather than being penned from an unimaginative author it is an account of events taking place in a world parallel to our own.
In the opening to The Call of Auberone the authors explain that their publication features a series of transcripts of channeled conversations that occurred during the course of fifteen months from October 2014 to December 2015.
These channeled messages emerged whilst psychic Jolene Kearney underwent past life regression at the hands of therapist Jason Tierney.
Using Dolores Cannon’s Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique the couple made contact with Malemene – a twelve year old girl whose mother, Embra, was Empress of the land in which they live.
Into the mix emerges the girl’s pet dragon called Draggy who had been assigned to her when she was eight to act as a personal teacher and guide. Together this inseparable pair travelled far and wide during which time the dragon both protects her and shares in her wild and carefree thirst for adventure.
The book effectively follows the events that underpins the girl’s life as she develops on from a young girl, through puberty and into young adulthood when she is forced to face the complex challenges of an adult life.
Most of the time her life is free and full of gaiety but on occasions she is forced to cope with health problems of both her parents as well as the darker occult powers than permeate their land.
As the story draws to a close its sense of separation from our current physical world begins to dissolve as the issues and challenges, opportunities and sacred wisdom begin to filter through to present humanity.
Our Review of The Call of Auberone by Jolene Kearney and Jason Tierney
The Call of Auberone is a book that will be savoured, enjoyed and appreciated by both children and adults in equal measure.
The story of Malemene is delightful, engaging and fascinating whilst the heroines joyous approach to life flows throughout this book along with the vibrant nature of the magical kingdom which she inhabits.
Some might question the authenticity of this story and I have to admit that I do not know whether the information contained in this book is truly channelled from an alternated reality or whether it is a product of the mind of the authors.
However several key features of this book set it aside from mainstream fantasy literature. One of these is the amount of interesting metaphysical details that are woven into the tale.
Secondly the book is also notable for its sense of consistency and continuation which is evident through out the various sessions that the authors undertook over fourteen months.
Neither of these, I am sure, would have been so easy to achieve had this been simply a product of a fertile mind.
In any case this is a book that stands on its own merits being thought-provoking, engagingly inspiring as well as rich in its presentation of spiritual/metaphysical ideas and themes.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Call of Auberone and look forward to the possibility of reading other channeled works by Jolene Kearney and Jason Tierney in the future.
The Call of Auberone is available in both physical and digital version from the author’s website at www.auberone.com