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Is spirituality a uniquely human attribute and experience? Do non-human beings have religious beliefs or even souls?
The majority of science fiction-fantasy books do not directly address these questions. One exception is the Green Stone of Healing™ series, which introduces mysterious beings swathed in dark green robes and cowls who never show their faces.
Most of the powerful and educated elites of Azgard consider tales about aliens to be nothing more than the lore and superstition of the impoverished, less educated hill-folk.
Mist-Weavers are real, however, and have a long and suppressed history of interacting with both Toltecs and Turanians since before the start of the Age of Kronos.
Mist-Weavers know how to master the energy of consciousness and spirit, called kura in the Toltecs’ ancient language. Thus they have the ability to appear and dissolve at will, and to heal more than just physical wounds.
During the life of first-generation heroine Helen Andros, certain Mist-Weavers, chief among them Maguari, still make contact with a few human beings, trying to illuminate for them the choices that might avert heartbreak or disaster.
Far-sighted and skilled in the energy arts and sciences, Mist-Weavers are neither saviors nor omnipotent. They adhere strongly to the fundamental spiritual principle of free will, which forbids them to intervene in human events, even to save lives or prevent what appears to be injustice.
Instead, Mist-Weavers limit their human interactions to advising and encouraging. They also teach Helen, her forbearers, and descendents about the healing and other uses of kura in an effort to help their human friends along their unique spiritual growth paths.
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