Press Release (ePRNews.com) - New York, NY - Aug 25, 2016 - Xavier Gonjé, a product of a unique family history and lineage and master storyteller, has completed his most recent book “A Crow in Winter”: a dramatic and engrossing tale spun through countless generations, proclaiming the proud heritage of the Voodoo gospel.
Xavier professes his gift of storytelling resonates in his blood. He shares, “When I was a young boy my great grandfather spoke of a time before radio and television, when people would gather together at night, and share stories of times long since passed. My grandfather would tell stories of extraordinary people, their lives and constant struggles with the supernatural. My grandfather was a master story teller and he also taught me the tradition of storytelling.”
Published by Fulton Books, Xavier Gonjé’s book is a tale to be shared with all regardless of race and creed. It is a tale of origins, and of mystery. It is a tale of Voodoo.
Voodoo was initially given to mankind by the god, Bon Dieu. Voodoo is the first true religion. Voodoo is indigenous to all peoples and is still practiced on every continent. The term Voodoo means “Spirit of God” and is quite plainly the veneration of deceased ancestors and the exaltation of the supreme god “Bon Dieu.” The gospel was created by God and given to mankind by his messengers or angels.
Later generations of mankind began to change the gospel and deceive the children of God. These false teachings forced the righteousness of God far away from mankind, and only the angels remained. The angels stayed behind so that they might continue to deliver the few righteous followers that remained.
Voodoo is a highly complex religion and so therefore some questions must remain unanswered; while other things must be explained by the practitioners of the religion. This sacred gospel has been entrusted to a small group of individuals, known as priests, whom are responsible enough to teach them, and deliver them to the next generation.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “A Crow in Winter” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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