Though not as famous as the Oracle of Delphi, the Oracle of Dodona — arguably the oldest of all the Oracles — was likely just as powerful, if not more so. It was Zeus’s Oracle, and Zeus was king of the gods.
Few places on earth are considered to house a spiritual vortex. Dodona in Greece and Sedona, Arizona are two examples. Many who visit them feel a strong connection to a higher power, be it mother earth, Gaia — the personification of earth in Greek mythology — God, or something else.
Pre-dating the stadium, temple and other architectural elements at the site, a sacred oak grew at Dodona. Selli priestesses would lay at its roots with unwashed feet, divining prophecy from the rustle of its leaves. Was it Gaia’s voice they heard?
In, “The Dodona Prophecy”, readers are taken to the Oracle of Dodona in ancient Greece where Mandy meets the Selli priestesses, experiences a vision, and learns more than she set out to.