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Pieces of Me
Comprising stories and poetry, Pieces of Me introduces my writing. Presented under eight themes – Beauty, Eternal Essence, Dreams, Perfection, Destiny, Reflection, Reality and Higher Dimensionality – it comprises two halves. The first relates to our connection with the physical world and our relationships within it. The second takes us beyond the physical into the realm of the metaphysical.
Return of the Guardians
Return of the Guardians is an archetypal fairy tale. Princess Ravenna is caught between two undesirable fates, and two cruel and tyrannical kings, until she is rescued and presented with a third option. So begins a transformational journey as unexpected as it is beautiful. This story is a metaphor for transcendent change, but it is also a metaphor for human existence past, present and future.
Lady of the Lake
The Lady of the Lake appears, often unexpectedly and always indefinably, in the stories that comprise the Arthurian legends. This is her real story – a journey of inner transformation and self-realisation. As her story unfolds, she rediscovers the truth of who she is, and she becomes a message, the potential of which has the power to transform all of humanity.
Gawain and Niniane
I accepted Lady of the Lake was anything but a novel in the traditional sense, and so, eventually, stopped resisting the flow of it. But I was still conscious that a large piece of Gawain and Niniane’s story was missing. I wanted to know more about their relationship, especially the earlier stages of it. And the only way I would ever know was to write about it. This is not, and will never be, published. It is in PDF format.
The Messiah Perspective
Creating a definitive road map, or recipe, for true transformational / transcendent change is impossible because we are all different and unique, so The Messiah Perspective is the closest I can come to creating one. Each of the ten stories form the path I have trodden as I cut a swathe through the layers of programming, harmful beliefs, learned behaviours, misguided mindsets and perspectives of this lower dimension to transform my own consciousness and set free my soul.
Avalon Calling came to me in visions, as all my stories do, but I wrote it having no idea where it would go and how it would end up. And then, when I knew where it was going, I resisted it. I confess it had to fight me to be written and then published. I’m glad it won.
Like a bloodhound on a scent, Caitlin pursues the story of a series of mysterious disappearances, and the more she uncovers, the more she finds herself being pulled into the story, becoming part of it . . .
The imagination is the convergent point of all the multi-dimensional facets of consciousness, so it is as vital to consciousness as breath is to life.
In Transcendence, I open up my imagination and my higher consciousness, allowing others to step into and walk through it, and I open up the Work I have done to connect with the whys and wherefores of how I fell into the abyss of Separation in the first place. And, there is a message for all those assembled here to raise human consciousness – the Army of Light. Although published as a collection, these stories were written at different times, over a long period, forming a vital part of my own Transcendent Process.
The Silver Wolf
Lliandra is doomed. Her indulgent, selfish brother has been conducting a virtual bidding war over her, and the highest bidder, the Duke of Sandhurst – a monster with no heartbeat – has come to claim her. She could run, but to where, and to whom? Then, in the darkness of night, she senses the wolf. She knows he is coming, and she knows he intends to set her free . . .
Comprising three stories, The Fallen deals specifically with my early incarnations – those lives that shaped the path I would walk in future ones. As such, The Fallen is deeply personal in a way that is unique to my books, but I published it because it is also the story, or the truth, of the way humanity as a collective fell from the higher dimensions into the Separated lower dimension.
Do you really think we ‘walked out of Africa’ as ape-like beings over two-hundred-thousand years ago and evolved into modern humans? Even Charles Darwin knew his theory of evolution could not explain how we came to be here. There are just too many gaps in the evolutionary chain from the early ape-like beings to us, as we are now. And where do you think the allele for blue eyes came from? Altira challenges the orthodox view of human history, and rightly so, because the orthodox view of human history is built on lies, deceit, and manipulation.