In transit to Abyssinia, the land of the ancients, the lone man stands by an airstrip in the Yemeni desert, danger and uncertainty his companions. It is the first decade of the third millennium. An unknown love from the ancient kingdom of Solomon awaits him.
The moment flashes his psychological death, his years of learning and teaching in Europe, the UK and Middle East, the books he has written, his extensive world travels drawn by the message of truth. He feels worthy without knowing why, having endeavored to honor the Sacred Feminine; not an easy task in a world of flash materialism playing on the base strings of the creative force. His struggling self many times faltered and lost sight of her face, yet something unknown kept urging him continue.
In the Arabian desert her star re-appears, another test luring him through the uncertainty of Yemen. His heart speaks, "Even though you slay me, still I must serve you, the one SHE, the one divine essence in every woman."
And so comes into play the name Alemu Wolde-Michaél.
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