To "inspire" comes from the Latin inspirare, which means "inflame; blow into." If such a word could have so much spiritual significance, then would it not be possible we are being inspired by God when we fool ourselves into doing what we want to do, instead of what others want us to do? The reason I suggest this is because only God has the power to blow into us that which is our own nature, that which we were born to be. Most of the time we don't trust that, and we look to the world to tell us what we…
Sondra Sneed is a science and technology writer for industry, and former atheist with a secret. All the years she's spent interviewing engineers and scientists, translating their high-minded knowledge for laypersons, she has also been interviewing the highest mind, the creator of the universe.
Her experience as a Godscribe began in 2004. Previously she had not understood her purpose in life and suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere, God spoke in a direct message. "Unemployed? It is my assertion you are employed by me," sprung from her pen when she was about to write in her journal. This sparked a year of solitude, alone with a voice from the eons that answered her every question in ten, as yet mostly unpublished, spiral notebooks she calls the Magnificent Means.
In Sondra's year of isolation, God also gave her the original story of the Garden of Eden, most of which she says was edited from the biblical version 4,000 years ago. In the scribed narrative, God reveals Eve's true purpose as a protector of the heart of God, and the breath of life. This is the lost meaning of the riddle as to why she was created from Adam's rib. "As the rib protects, so shall she," the story goes. Sondra self-published the tale, exactly as it came to her, for the Kindle: Relief to See Her Arrive, the Lost Symbol of the Adam and the Eve. It is a story of free will, not sin, she says.
Now, years later, she summons the courage to bring her magical experience to the public in her first book, which is published by Bob Friedman who also discovered Neale Donald Walsch in 1995. Her debut book, What to Do When You're Dead: A Former Atheist Interviews the Source of Infinite Being, was released April 4, 2013, in the U.S. in B&N and on Amazon.