Zipporah Roberts , Africa-Native Indian Americans, graduated from the finest prestigious HBCU -Shaw university , North Carolina. During graduation, she received a mysterious dream which was traditionally a gift from her ancestors. The extraordinary gift was originally prophesied from her dream. Then translated into an unpublished periodical written record of events. These events originated from her Great-Grandmother's black journal that was passed down by her spiritual God-mother (Ms. Ann),and Occaneechi Native tribe, North Caroline. Zipporah did not only pursue her dream as an established successful attorney. She also reclaimed her family's property and Monterey inheritance. Within Zipporah's journey, it led her to discover the other side of her indigenous traditional, and African spiritual religious cultures. The moral of the novel is that it deeply expresses how important for the value of generations need to retrace or look back from the past in order overcome the prior adversities by uplifting and giving thanks . Therefore, our ancestors had brought from a mighty long stagnant state that neither of us could not possibly endure.