When Krista left the city, she knew it would be for the last time; but could she leave it all behind? Set some time in our future, the Age of Pisces has passed, and with it the material world – the world of separation. As governments fail to act and their economies crumble, the Collapse opens the door for the final stage of human development; but how many will choose to cross the threshold – into a future whose lores are as old as time itself?
Few believe they have the necessary skills to make the change. For those who do, an exciting world awaits. Krista’s world is closer now as our population has exploded, instability has gripped our planet and climate change is now a reality. A must read for those who care about the potential of the human race.
In the second part of this story, the prophecy of the birth of a higher being still causes expectations with the community; a leader comes to the fore and others play their roles. Births and deaths are part of this new life; relationships thrive and fail; exhilaration and doubt abound; when will the entity be born and how will she change their perception of life?
Originally published in paperback in 1992 under the title Nemeton, (which contained the stories of both Krista and Jovina), this revised series is perhaps more relevant than ever for readers of today.
About the Author
Selenna (Pam Giblin) lives in southern Tasmania and has been writing since the late 1980s, The first of her novels, Nemeton, was published by Koonya Press in 1992.
Selenna writes in the genre of Archetypal Fiction (past, present and future) and focuses on the use of Mythology and Symbolism as a vehicle to empower her readers with uplifting fictional works.
She is also a Civil Marriage Celebrant and produced a year-long nationally-syndicated radio series, Wounded Healer, that drew all of these components together in a blend of readings and punctuating music to explore the various aspects of Personal Empowerment.