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By Antonia Urduja Roberts

Published: 2017
Pages: 125
Key Themes: poetry, love, family, spirituality


Archangel Lucifer, The Bearer of Light, was
banished in Hell because of a Joke she and her
fellow female-angels, played on God the Father,
the Creator of Heaven and Earth.
Thereafter, the Father developed a guilty conscience
and travelled down to Earth together
with God the Son and God the Holy Spirit in
search of Lucifer, to apologize and to invite her
back to Heaven.
Ultimately, on their way back to Heaven with
Lucifer, the Father developed a Heart Attack
and was operated on by Dr. Christian Barnard.

About the Author

18th September 1944 was the birthdate of Antonia Urduja Talion. She was born in Calolbon, Catanduanes, an island in the northeast of the Philippines. Her father was a lawyer and a politician and her mother was a teacher. She was the eldest of eight brothers and sisters.

She received her schoolings in the Colegio de Sta. Isabel, now a university run by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, in Naga City, Philippines. She also studied two-years college in the University of Sto. Tomas, Manila, Philippines, before she left the Philippines at the age of 17 years in July 1963 to train as a nurse in the nursing school of the Krankenhaus Dritten Orden, Nymphenburg, Munich, then West Germany, run by the Third Order Francescan Friars and Nuns. This became her root-home in Europe. She shared a room in the nurses home with German student nurses who spoke no English and imbibed the German mentality, therefore, her teenage life was spent amongst German teenage girls. Her soul and spirit were still restless; she was never satisfied. Now, she wanted to study Medicine in the Ludwig-Maximillians University in Munich. However, she failed the entrance examination which blew her self-confidence out.

When she was discharged from hospital, she worked as a night auditor in the accounts department of the Sheraton-Heathrow Hotel, London and married Alan Roberts, an Englishman seven years her senior in March 1974. Antonia Urduja was a Catholic and Alan was a Spiritualist. The differences in their religious doctrines confused Antonias mind. In November 1976, Elsie came into existence and Antonia suffered from a post-natal depression and when Sev, a son was born in November 1981, Antonias depression was controlled to a minimum. Her psychiatrist prescribed her some anti-depressants. Caring for her children and watching them grew-up as well as
her passion for writing poems and stories enabled her to express the love, heat and contradictions of her feelings, emotions and spirituality. Her present religious beliefs developed as a blend of Catholicism, Spiritualism and reverence and closeness to nature inherited from her pagan royal ancestors of long, long ago.


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