We scour the heavens in search of visitors, but what if they’re already here amongst us—just waiting for their awakening?
And what if…you’re one of them?
War is tearing Aden apart. The Human Beings must use their cunning more than ever, but how can they fight their oppressors when they’re committed to never taking a life? If they let their weaknesses get the better of them, it could mean their downfall.
Geb returns to the Source and unveils for us the Higher Spheres—the realm of the Akashas…and their own divinity.
Still in search of Arcadia’s soul, Azulàn is reincarnated on Earth in an alternative version of History, exploring unknown fragments of man’s past that throw light on future events.
Guillaume, in the present, comes up against the passive aggression of the psychiatric machine that threatens to crush him under its wheels…just at the moment when the clouds of the Apocalypse are starting to mass!
Every Warrior of Light must one day walk through the valley of the shadow…
This ‘journey of investigation’ pushes the boundaries of reality to embrace a universal, ecological spirituality.
Much more than a warning about the wasteland that the human race is preparing for its own future, the Gaian Angels Cycle is a new answer to the eternal question: what is the meaning of life?
The second book in the trilogy takes you twice as far as the first, on every level.
More action, more suspense, more mysteries and more revelations…
If you liked book 1, you’ll love book 2!
Suitable for readers ages 16 and up.
Categories: Novel in English, science fiction series, SF, adventures, supernatural, fantasy, testimony, diary, time travel.
Themes: lost civilizations, legend of Atlantis, philosophers Plato and Socrates, Greek mythology, secrets of the ancient Mayas and the Egyptians, another life of Jesus Christ, alchemy and philosophers' stone, Amerindian Hopi prophecies, ecology and environment, social criticism, bipolar disorders, hidden truth, psychiatry, hospital or asylum, guardians of Gaia, indigo children, past lives, reincarnation, shadow and light, revelation.
Related authors: René Barjavel (The Ice People), Paulo Coelho (The Pilgrimage), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior), David Mitchell (Cloud Atlas), Louis Pauwels et Jacques Bergier (The Dawn of Magic)…
Like the Alchemist, I finally dug up the treasure buried in my own garden. After exploring different artistic media, I decided to return to my first love, writing; the simplest way to put across a message.
Because that’s all it is for me: putting across my message.
I've focused on the form only in order to emphasise the content. I wouldn’t define myself as a writer, more an intermediary charged with an urgent appeal: “Wake up! It’s one minute to midnight.”