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Apr 172015
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Dream Express Oracle

The Thief


This is the Oracle I use to play in the Book Signing Party
for my novel, Angelina and the Law of Attraction. Read more below.



When you hide your gifts for fear of being robbed,
the thief is already inside


This is an Earth Card, connected to matter, body and form; to your physical existence and to manifestation


Dream Express Oracle


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Card:The Thief

Chapter: No 4- Change Station


Angelina’s instincts tell her that she is going in the wrong direction. Nothing seems to be as the map indicates. She has a chance to change trains, but she misses it. A thief steals a lady’s belonging in Change Station, before the train doors open. Angelina’s old fears are exacerbated and she stays. Will she get to her destination? Or has she missed her destiny?

Excerpt: Angelina has been living with fear of a thief, of being robbed, but of what? Now the thief shows up!

In the platform a woman seats on a gray bench. Her whole attire is as gray as the bench, so that woman and bench seem to merge. The woman carries a large, heavy load on her back. It sticks out of her tunic, like a hump. Her body is collapsing from the weight, and she seems to be folding into herself. Strong multi-color lights flash by, tainting the woman in red, blue, orange, green, yellow, red, blue, orange, green, yellow.

It comes out of nowhere ?a hazy shadow breaking the color patterns of the light as it slides towards the lady. He grabs the woman’s backpack firmly, yanking it brutally and disappearing into thin air. It all happens in less than a minute.

“Thief!” A muted voice cries. There is shock, disbelief and a long drawn-out groan in the muffled voice.

Angelina sees the fear-stricken face of the woman as her loss begins to dawn on her. The woman, still bent forward, flaps her arms desperately. She is unable to reach back, yet she knows that something is wrong. She’s lost something. It has been stolen. She feels it. Her possessions. There is no weight. No weight. Suddenly the woman stops struggling. Her face becomes blank. Her entire body seems to float up, as if it had lost gravity.

“Poor thing!” Angelina whimpers, backtracking toward the other side of the train. “She lost everything. So quickly. Out of nowhere. Everything… gone!”

The train still oscillates, but the doors shake, struggling to open. Angelina jumps away, sitting as far away as she can. She folds her body, wrapping her arms around her chest, her large leather bag tightly squeezed against her heart.

Is it the unfamiliarity of the space? Or is it the mass of strange faces? Why does she feel so small in this New York Subway Station? She’s used to feeling unimportant. That’s normal. After all, she’s no Einstein. But this is worse. She’s feeling anonymous, as if she had not face, no name.

“No matter,” Angelina snaps, giving herself a mental slap. “Wake up, Angelina. You did not come to New York for greatness. It’s a job you wanted and you’re lucky you got this one. Stop worrying. Think of the big paycheck at the end of the month.”

“After all, an unfamiliar guarantee offers more certainty than habitual risk,” she mutters between her teeth as she presses her large leather bag beneath her right armpit.

The mass of strange faces squeezes her tightly on both flanks, pushing her dangerously close to the edge of the platform.

She digs in her heels and pushes backwards. The crowd yields and her left shoulder bumps into a cold steel column. Angelina holds on to it with her left hand, keeping a tight grip of her bag with her right hand.

She wishes she’d had a third hand right now to examine the subway map again.

“Am I waiting in the right place to reach my destination?” Angelina asks herself for the gazillionth time.



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About Maria Mar

Maria Mar is a Sacred Storyteller and shaman who champions you to change your old limiting story to create the new story of your brilliance illuminating the world. She helps you awaken your magic, express your creative genius, embody your purpose and live your potential now.

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