Cataclysm Earth: Book One of The Cyannian Trilogy

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Author House, Jul 31, 2006 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Book one of The Cyannian Trilogy, 'Cataclysm Earth', progressively takes the reader through a fantasy of predictive science fiction.† It begins on a factual note, submitting the idea that Earth's inhabitants have†interfered with†their planet's delicate ecology.† Research and experimentation, affluent life-styles, immorality, deforestation all combine to depreciate Earth’s environment.† During his civilisation’s collapse a journalist, Tristram Velby and his family, struggle against appalling odds.† Having experienced three dreams, he soon realises the first’s similarity to the cataclysmic event taking place. The second dream takes them, and others lifted from Earth, on a voyage to a strange alien world. The third reveals secrets of a ‘Universal Technology’ locked in a temple that will take Earth into the ‘Celestial Realm’.


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Throughout his younger life the author suffered continual bouts of sickness that was to leave him bereft of education. The prophecy of his writing books arose from a sťance he attended as far back as the year nineteen fifty nine. But relatively uneducated at the time it had little impact on him: a young person with a mind full of skiffle groups and the approaching rock scene.† Over the years living with a medium, his mother, he has developed a spiritual understanding that reveals a deeper purpose to his life.† He does not follow any particular religious sect, but possess a reverent respect and belief in the Maker, and follows the doctrines laid down by him to guide his life.†

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