What’s next for the evolution of humankind?
This novel spans locations from New Zealand, Antarctic, Scotland, to New Mexico, multiple dimensions, and subplots occurring in the past, present, and future. The story details the awakening of humankind through out-of-body experiences, memories of previous lives, reincarnation, spiritual guidance, extrasensory perception, and cryogenic technology.
An out of the body adventure through time, past lives and multiple dimensions.
An evolutive mission
The story starts at the top of a cliff, where a young girl is disturbed by her memories and terrified of the future, being pushed by the mission awaiting her. Frightened by a warrior who was coming towards her, she slips and falls towards the rugged rocks of the cliff. That’s when she gives up and gives herself in, feeling relieved that it was all over. As if trying to run away, she sets her mind on another time, where she feels protected, free of obligations and responsibilities. She closes her eyes and allows herself to be taken by the magic of happy days, calmly projecting her consciousness upwards as her body falls towards the abyss.
Evolution. The Next Giant Leap
Thomaz Lera is an electronic engineer with a master’s degree in nuclear engineering. During a professional career marked by many travels, he has visited and lived in several countries, such as Brazil, United States, England, India, and Germany. Innate curiosity and personal experiences led him to the study of religions and of consciousness and its manifestations in multi-dimensions, out-of-body experiences, and existential pluralities. The prospect that in the future the advancement of science and technology will highlight phenomena today seen as psychics, enabling a leap in the evolution of human consciousness, is what inspired the creation of this book. Another novel is on the way, based on the same subjects.
The universe is a pretty big place. If it’s just us, seems like an awful waste of space.
– Carl Sagan
Life is an immense experience. If there is only this life, seems like an awful waste of time.
– Thomaz Lera
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