THE CHRIST OF THE REDEMPTION: The Leg, the Balance, the Weight and the Volume, The Mechanics of Spiritual Warfare and Energetic Alteration – As a soul meanders through the spiritual life, it is inevitable that a time of persecution will come into their perimeter. This tome engages the reader to understand the mechanism by which such spiritual warfare is confronted by the heavenly powers and how the alteration of the intrinsic matter must occur in order to have a lasting peace with those who engage in battle with the believer. ‘The Christ of the Redemption’ is an experiential commentary on the works of Jacob Boehme and Dionysius describing the mechanism by which God brings transformation from heaven to earth within the soul of humankind. And as you follow this path, their words become ever more clear and understandable and the mechanism becomes a tangible through-way that the seeker can follow when moving through the dangerous world where spiritual warfare has entered into the physical realm. This book will teach you how to move properly through the warfare, and into the peace that transcends all understanding; even when other people are not cooperating with your vision of love.

The Christ of the Redemption: The Leg, the Balance, the Weight and the Volume - The Mechanics of Spiritual Warfare and Energetic Alteration, By Marilynn Hughes

"I only just started 'The Christ of the Redemption' but I'm hooked from the first page of the introduction . . .  I'm hooked from the first paragraph actually. Thank you so very much for the glimpses you give us into the spiritual world."  John Lyssikatos, New Jersey, USA

"I am always amazed by reading your books. It confirms to me that no human beings are exempted from suffering. This book was more difficult for me to get through because I could really feel your pain as you were going through so many persecutions from the dark one. And the betrayal came from so intimately within your life, it made me feel uneasy. It was hard to read because it was so emotionally painful. 

And then I was always amazed that throughout the warfare there would come a time of respite, where God would bring you up to the higher spheres and offer consolation and rest from the battles down below. I had a hard time writing this review as it is so hard to explain how reading the book made me feel. It’s a difficult place to travel, but one that is so important for our human understanding since we all face these kinds of battles in our everyday lives. 

Often I hear people talk about Catholic Saints and they seem to think of them as an exception to any sort of struggle or challenge which is very a false view. They are just people like us whom managed to do the Lords Holiest Will in the midst of struggle and temptation while on earth. Those are the ones who climbed the mountain while sweating blood and with endless tears, trusting the Lord’s greatest mercy. Only He could know how many times or how badly they might fail, but the ones who climbed knew He would not abandon them. Your books (most especially this one) confirm that you are too, not an exemption from any of the challenges and struggles just like the saints who walked before us. A chosen one is always given a harder path to walk. A great mystic like yourself will continue to face difficulties . . . but at the same time, Divine Providence never abandons you and continues to provide you with consolation when it’s necessary. And those who come to destroy your missions given by our Lord due to their incompetence and ignorance (whether they be from within or without) will be judged accordingly. No one is an exception from Divine Justice. My hope is that you would continue to keep moving forward with utmost trust in our Lord Jesus Christ.

It is beautifully written and explains what spiritual warfare is through your experience; giving them a view of the attack from the physical world and the corresponding attack from the spiritual realms. It also described so well how guidance and protection manifested in the mystical realms throughout this battle. I loved the ending because that is exactly our Lord's teaching - love one another. He Himself prayed for those who crucified him. I loved it.“ – Mari Magdalena Nagasaki, San Francisco, CA, USA