The Durabone Prophecies
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The Durabone Prophecies
Published:
8/25/2011
Format:
Dust Jacket Hardcover
Pages:
736
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-46341-587-7
Print Type:
B/W

The Durabone Prophecies is a novel about human nature and human destiny. It is a multiplot story of romance, relationships, human emotions, and pleasure vs. purpose. Also, it is a mystery novel with predictions for the future of the Earth and the human race. Four riveting romance stories are intertwined and involve major characters who unexpectedly find love. The major plot and all subplots are related in some way to the main character and counseling psychologist, Dr. Franklin Durabone, who, after a near-death experience, commits to his destined purpose to write The Durabone Prophecies. This prophetic book by Dr. Durabone is based on the prophetic revelations of his mother, “Mama Durabone,” who sees alternative destinies for Earth and its human race through her visions and dreams. The story takes the reader to Paris (France), Washington, DC, Chicago, Virginia, and Florida. For the reader of The Durabone Prophecies, author Frederick Douglas Harper evokes intense emotional feelings, laughter, sensual arousal, nostalgic memories, intellectual debate, philosophical questions, and spiritual exploration. The Durabone Prophecies is a self-help novel, because psychological principles and messages are embedded in the story. Also, characters are subliminal teachers and role models of human imperfection and vulnerability as well as human possibility and hope.

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Summary

The Durabone Prophecies is a novel about human nature and human destiny. It is a multiplot story of romance, relationships, human emotions, and pleasure vs. purpose. Also, it is a mystery novel with psychic predictions for the future of the Earth and the human race. Four riveting romance stories are intertwined and involve major characters who unexpectedly find love. The major plot and all subplots are related in some way to the main character and counseling psychologist, Dr. Franklin Durabone, who, after a near-death experience, commits to his destined purpose to write The Durabone Prophecies. This prophetic book by Dr. Durabone is based on the psychic revelations of his mother, “Mama Durabone,” who sees alternative destinies for Earth and its human race through her prophetic visions and dreams. The story takes the reader to Paris (France), Washington, DC, Chicago, Virginia, and Florida. For the reader of The Durabone Prophecies, author Frederick Douglas Harper evokes intense emotional feelings, loud laughter, sensual arousal, nostalgic memories, intellectual debate, philosophical questions, and spiritual exploration.
The Durabone Prophecies is a self-help novel, because psychological principles and messages are embedded in the story. Also, characters are subliminal teachers and role models of human imperfection and vulnerability as well as human possibility and hope.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Denise’s Dilemma: Time Running Out
Chapter 2 The Last Supper?
Chapter 3 Home Alone: First Passion
Chapter 4 Off to Chicago
Chapter 5 The Conference Speech: “Total Body Management”
Chapter 6 Questions, Autographs, and a Beautiful Woman
Chapter 7 Brotherly Reunion
Chapter 8 Brothers Chillin’ at Franklin’s Apartment
Chapter 9 The Relationship Counseling Group: First Meeting
Chapter 10 Confrontation and a Prophetic Warning
Chapter 11 The Morning After: Abe and Dorothy
Chapter 12 Freedom, Peace, and Reflections
Chapter 13 The Relationship Counseling Group: Second Meeting
Chapter 14 Franklin Visits Christina in Chicago
Chapter 15 Second Counseling Session with Denise
Chapter 16 Liberation and Celebration: Girls’ Night
Chapter 17 Franklin’s Meetings at Capitol Hill University
Chapter 18 A 1999 Christmas Holiday Season to Remember
Chapter 19 Death Be Still
Chapter 20 Cherry Blossom Weekend in Washington
Chapter 21 Mother and Daughter: Conflict Erupts
Chapter 22 Franklin’s Soliloquy on Life and Self
Chapter 23 People and Pieces
Chapter 24 Lovers in Paris
Chapter 25 University Seminar: “Pleasure versus Meaning”
Chapter 26 Franklin Meets His Future Son-in-Law
Chapter 27 Franklin’s Holidays 2000 with Christina and Angel
Chapter 28 When Things Fall Apart
Chapter 29 Prophesied Triangle and the Shadow of Death
Chapter 30 Aftermath: The Crime Scene
Chapter 31 Near Death Experience
Chapter 32 Consequences and Reactions
Chapter 33 Surprising Events at the Hospital
Chapter 34 Mama Durabone’s Visit and More
Chapter 35 Home Recovery and Prophecies
Chapter 36 More Prophecies
Chapter 37 Return of Sissy with a Surprise
Chapter 38 Christina Visits: To Help and to Hold
Chapter 39 Interpretation of the Durabone Prophecies
Chapter 40 Decisions
Chapter 41 Christina’s Graduation and Transition
Chapter 42 The Durabone Wedding
Chapter 43 Turning Points and New Beginnings
Chapter 44 Time’s Changes
Chapter 45 Reflections on Pieces of a Puzzle
Chapter 46 The Death Prophecy
Chapter 47 The Prophetic Numbers
Chapter 48 TV Interview: The Durabone Prophecies
Chapter 49 Toward a New World Order

Frederick Douglas Harper has authored more than 1000 poems. His poem books include Time and Timing (2009), Beyond Fear (2008), The Light Within Us (2007), Transitions in Life and to Death (2007), Poetica Erotica (2006), Spiritual Teacher Speaks (2005), Poems for Young People (2004), Love Poems of Frederick Douglas Harper (2003), God’s Gifts: Spiritual Writings (2003), Romantica: On Peace and Romance (1988), and Poems on Love and Life (1985, 2004). Dr. Harper has been referred to as a spiritual master by some of his readers and followers. His poetry on spirituality and love has been compared to the great works of Rumi and Khalil Gibran. A university professor emeritus of counseling, international scholar, and educational leader, Dr. Harper has authored 21 books, including college textbooks. Furthermore, he has served as Editor-in-Chief of three major scholarly journals. Harper has presented public speeches and lectures at more than 250 conferences, universities, churches, luncheons, and banquets throughout the United States and in numerous other countries. He has two sons and three grandchildren, and he is an avid jogger of more than 41,000 miles.
 
 


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