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Blood Quantum
by Jerry D Stubben   

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Copyright:  December 10, 2010 ISBN-13:  9781452006967

A story based on tribal and cultural wisdom shared over the years by many who forsee a change that we all know is coming.

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The world as we know it is about to change. Whether it is the Mayans' 2012 or the Christians' final days, humans can feel a major change coming to the world they now inhabit. Blood Quantum offers the hope of change of mind and soul over that of physical extermination. A world where the veil between the spirit world and the physical world once again is opened so that both can be quided by the Great Mystery of life, in a peaceful and harmonious way.


“To Heal, One Must First Be Sick.”

Sam Sheridan leaned over the motor of his 2008 Dodge Dakota pickup, “Bertha”

As he tightened the last sparkplug, the speaker on the emergency radio in the cab screamed out, “Sam, Sam, come in Sam!” The male voice startled Sam, causing his head to jerk upward, meeting the latch of Bertha’s hood.
“He Ah!” Sam screamed as the lightning bolt of pain shot from the top of his head, down through his neck, to his chest, through his belly, down to his legs, into the tips of his toes, and then back up to is brain.
“Oh, Wakanda, why my head, why always my head?” Sam questioned his creator.
“Must you whap me on the head to get my attention? I know I haven’t been to ceremony for a month. I’ll go next week, I promise!”
“Sam, Sam, come in Sam!” the male voice repeated itself over the radio’s speaker.
The emergency radio was property of the Indian Health Service hospital, where Sam was finishing his duties as an intern. Within the year, he would become Sam Sheridan, M.D.

The radio was necessary so that the hospital could reach him at all times, like a real doctor. It was for official emergencies, only. Not idle conversation and or pranks.

“What kind of emergency could this be?” Sam thought.

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