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The Midnight Guardian: The Reality Behind…

The Midnight Guardian: The Reality Behind The Midnight Exus

by Rubens Saraceni

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More than 500,000 books sold only in Brazil. The Midnight Guardian alone is one of the biggest bestsellers of spiritual literature in Brazil. With hundreds of thousands of copies sold, The Midnight Guardian discusses the rise and fall of a rich merchant in Brazil, after several successive imbalances during his life and is now in the post death pain and anguish — the consequence of ones actions while alive. The first part of the book tells the saga of a wealthy Baron in Brazil's colonial period who becomes involved with a young virgin, leading to a forced marriage. The wedding night does not happen with the deflowering of his wife, concluding that she had been no longer a Virgin. He feels so betrayed that he devises a diabolical plan culminating in the expulsion of his wife from the House. When this Baron dies, he still feels all the life’s sensations, including inside the coffin, while the worms and rats eat out his bowels and unable to rid himself of that situation with constant despair joined along the by ugly figures, evermore panicking, until turning into a proposed skeleton. Without an exit, he accepts the agreement to leave that place to start a new stage as a slave of the dark forces, having to comply with the orders of those who were now masters of their destiny. The book portrays the scenes of darkness zones and contains stunning revelations, previously only available to insiders in magic and surrealist spiritualism. Psychographic literature is no longer viewed with slight humor and literary arrogance; attitudes resulting from prejudice and ignorance. Whatever the interpretation it provides, mystical or scientific, the authenticity of such phenomenon cannot be denied. The Midnight Guardian is not only a tightly woven narrative plot, but a clarification for those who disobey the Law and must pay for their mistakes. Everyone has a job to do, some of the Light and others of the Dark, and no one escapes the Law of cause and effect. To make a mistake is to trigger a series of other errors on a path where the return journey will be remote and painful. Born for Hollywood: what more than listening to the readers and being told that a film version of this book would be an absolute success. Despite carrying out psychic channeling (Rubens Saraceni is one of the greatest sensitives of Brazil), the plot seems to have been thought out for cinema. Lately, storylines are not that fantastic (and may well be understood as possible) but don’t convey as much realism as presented in the book. If you were impressed by the success of films like The Devil's Advocate (Keanu Reaves), Constantine (Keanu Reaves) and The Sixth Sense (Bruce Willis), you will quickly see the huge box office potential of this story! Meet the next Game of Thrones. This is a book with all the features for Hollywood!

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