Unshriven: 1663 – 1963
Unshriven: 1663 – 1963: to die without 'Absolution from Sin' by the Church
Author: June Kidd
Unshriven is a true and factual account of an extraordinary happening in the life of the author, June Kidd. As a writer with dyslexia, having completed a course on Imagination, Meditation, and Mind Discipline (The Silva Method) June found that not only could she now spell but had also developed a heightened Spiritual Sensitivity.
Living in the Middle East at the time and working on a 20th century novel set near Shakespeares Stratford-on-Avon, this most extraordinary gift was to result in her writing the 17th century biographies of Rachel and Hannah Myer.
Their story was one of brutal murder, the panic of plague, a tragic miscarriage of justice, the binding power of unrequited love and a death-bed vow: Never to rest until the truth is told and the shame lifted from my family name.
Assuming this saga had emanated from her free-wheeling imagination, on returning to the United Kingdom June found herself following a most bizarre trail of coincidence, and discovered that her fictitious story was provable and previously unknown 17th century church and village history!
A miscarriage of justice committed at that time was reaching across the centuries for resolution by the Church, requiring her intervention.
- Pages: 252 with b/w phtographs
- Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 15 mm portrait
- Weight: 0.310 kg