Brandon Ross And Michael Kidd’s New Book “The Raven Conduit” Is A Unique Reference Guide In Living Life As A Raven Knight, Serving The Imperial Kingdom Of Romanussia

Brandon Ross and Michael Kidd, brothers-in-law who do everything together as their friendship grows into true brotherhood, have completed their new book “The Raven Conduit”: an engaging work that introduces readers to the Kingdom of Romanussia and the way of life of its people and its defenders.

Authors Ross and Kidd explain Gaeanism, the religion of the people in the kingdom, and Gaeanna, the goddess that they worship: “Throughout most of the kingdom, Gaeanna is worshiped in praising songs and the readings of her partisans at one of her temple knolls within any forest or vast lake. Coin offering is forbidden and will be seen as an act of dishonor and hostility toward the goddess; only seeds of any kind and infant vegetation ready for planting are acceptable tributes.

Free speech, the acceptance of all sexual orientation, the tolerance for those of other faiths, and free will are the main blessings Gaeanna has given to her followers. Her chosen children—the Magen—she blesses with a special gift that is theirs by right of birth: complete justice by any means necessary—endorsed and vindicated under her eyes.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Brandon Ross and Michael Kidd’s fascinating reference book that takes the readers into an adventure of getting to know the practices and traditions of those who belong to the Kingdom of Romanussia and becoming a raven knight through teachings and guidelines.

Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “The Raven Conduit” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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