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From the author:
Many people believe the world will end with an apocalypse. Others believe in the ascension, a dramatic transformation of the Earth and its inhabitants from a three-dimensional reality onto a higher plane of existence. In Rahala, you will experience the celestial drama that is spinning the Earth toward a new existence. Come along for the wild ride as three friends, many aliens, and the Earth itself, prepare for a change that will leave nothing untouched. Travel into the distant past, as well as the far future, to learn the metaphysical details and spiritual strategies surrounding the Earth’s pivotal transition.
'Rahala' at writer Jason Sullivan's website, Different Outcomes: http://differentoutcomes.net/
Prepare to travel from dinosaur times to 4000, and even, 5000 AD. Hear tales of the kings of old in Ireland and England, feel the power of two antithetical books that attempt to write diametrically opposed futures for the Earth. Follow our three friends, Harvey, Marcia and Steve, as they meet a traveling alien who needs their help to save the Earth. You will drool with the Perathons and sparkle with the Pleiadians as the story weaves new concepts of warfare with old forms of propaganda and drives toward an epiphany of stellar proportions. Author Jason Sullivan adroitly uses his knowledge of metaphysics and spirituality in telling a Science Fiction tale which is sure to both entertain and inspire as it opens up the deeper questions behind the desire for Earth changes and societal transformation in this, the final year of the Mayan calendar, 2012.
Jason Sullivan has published three books and two collections of short stories. His first book, The Dark Yergall, a dystopian dark comedy, was first published in 2002. Part of the Adventures of Nosir Rag series, it was followed in 2005 by The Suburban Vaistes. Both have enjoyed a wide readership and the next in the series is eagerly anticipated. He also has published a collection of three short stories, Video Games to Live By, which uses the video game as metaphor to explore modern themes and tensions. Most recently he has published ten of his best Flash Fiction stories in a collection entitled, Foresight and other Rescue Plans. Rahala has been an exciting divergence for Jason as it has allowed him to explore millennial themes involving aliens and the radical physical, psychological and spiritual transformation of the Earth and its inhabitants, as they have captivated the public's attention, during this the last year of the Mayan calendar, 2012.
Join us in wishing Jason Sullivan success on the occasion of the publication of his latest novel, Rahala: An Ascension Odyssey.