Synopsis of the spiritual thriller
This is the story of a unique soul…and its startling journey from the universe and back. The spiritual thriller is set in a backdrop of earth. How it moves around the world in three lifetimes to take birth is its emotional saga and journey to freedom.
The earth is such a small planet compared to the vast spiritual realms of the universe. Yet, millions of souls take the wretched human form and live in hell on earth… going through countless and strange geographical locations, stranger cultures and pass lifetimes of birth and death. From the vast darkness of a cyclonic tunnel emerges a telescopic ringside view of a scene at a speed faster than many light years one can see a hazy mass, a cluster of multiple civilizations. It has been born out of eons and centuries, nurtured by migratory souls returning repeatedly. There is nothing cosmic or divine about this only habitable planet of the solar system. Every time it is the same old story with every soul. The cycle of birth and death spins on earth, it rotates on its own individual axis of individual karma. As the solar system continues, its revolutions and rotations around the sun so do all souls. They rotate their karmas in human bodies, animal bodies, in the water kingdom or in some botanical species. The question is… does it befit a human body to lead a vegetable existence.
In The Universe
Millions of light years away in the Universe, cosmic energies spread all over time and space. A soul is only a size of an atom, actually less than the breath of a human hair! Like light particles floating in the cosmos, many souls are awaiting their turns to enter human bodies to fulfill their karmas-good and bad. A light moves in ecstasy. ‘Wow, so they are discussing how they ruined my life form’. Far away it heard its fate being discussed after what seemed to be many lifetimes. Finally it dawns on human beings that they need to spare a thought for the souls and the bodies they enter?
Down Below On Earth
Summer Solstice, 2005- Mumbai, India
In a temple college
In contemporary India there are enough young men leaving material life and entering the time zone of a 5000-year-old Vedic way of existence…Chucking away dreams of obtaining HBI visas to join a work culture in a world full of misery. A Bramhachari teacher (formally a marine engineer) is giving a lecture on killing and its implications on humans. The biggest crime that any court of law never punishes us humans is for abortions and abandoning babies soon after birth. The lecture is an eye opener for the motley group of 94 students.
If religion says abortion is illegal then why do doctors who are considered God in our country perform them? So often sex determination tests are done and certain communities abort the female fetus in the womb itself?
The lecture stirs the minds of a couple that had allowed their one-day-old baby to die rather than live. The troubled humans search for a soul therapy to understand their karmas.
Autumn, 2006- Al Quairah, Egypt
In another 5000-year-old civilization, in the African continent, the bustling city of Cairo presents a multi diversity of cultures. The ancient Giza Pyramids cast a long shadow on the city every evening. Marwah Al Zawarhi, a young 21-year-old guide in the Cairo museum is conducting her last tour for foreign tourists. In a month from now she will get married to a Hani, a police officer in Cairo. She is excited to meet some Indian tourists. She is saving money to come to India to see the Taj Mahal with her husband- her lifelong ambition! The white marble symbol of love has long attracted souls for four centuries and is no surprise that Marwah prefers the Taj to the sandy stoned pyramids. It does not strike her that both architecture marvels are mere eternal tombstones for kings and queens set in two different continents!
Marwah’s dream does not come true as her husband expires within three months of marriage. He has left her five weeks pregnant. Her mother makes her abort the child so that she can be remarried. Distraught at the tragedy she seeks answers when she comes to India with her second husband. She finds the business card of the Indian couple that promises to take her to see the Taj Mahal in Agra. On hearing her tragic story they give her the email id of a lady they know who could help her. Marwah learns about souls which her religion has never taught. She is shocked! In her religion, the dead cannot come to life. Nevertheless she is open to communication with the soul with the help of a medium.
Spring, 2007- Queensland, Australia
40-year-old Tamara and her husband Francis are to shift to India because of his job. Their 16 year old teenage daughter is also accompanying them. The daughter is pregnant because of a date rape. The girl sees visions of a bodyless person wanting to enter her womb. A soul wants a human life. It pushes ahead and does not want to be thrown back in the universe via abortion.
In India they discover they their daughter cannot abort. She wants the child to live and so does the child who wants to enter the womb. She is willing to undergo the teenage pregnancy. She is inspired by a soldier’s wife in Iraq. His frozen semen was used to impregnate the wife so that he could live again. She wants to encourage life as a good Christian.
Three unknown human beings, connect spiritually to an unknown soul. There is a vast difference between the earth and the universe in terms of time and space. Yet people connect over lifetimes through their karmas. No matter what medical science says, no matter what psychotherapists analyze, no matter what religion teaches, no matter what culture impart- we are all one connected spiritually to one another. That’s why souls keep coming to earth. Love conquers all and brings on the peace universally.
by Nivedita Nagpal