In a nutshell, The Third Verse Trilogy is an allegory for one possible auspicious alternative in our global future. Think "spiral," and simultaneously think of higher teachings of profound realization. Each volume, while interconnected, can be read as a stand-alone novel. Its two-fold impact delivers cross-genre entertainment coupled with skillfully interwoven gems of wisdom from the greater universe, i.e., knowledge and methods concerning transformation of human consciousness. The trilogy appeals to fiction readers of all ages from 13 to 113.
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Vol. I - The Tenth Muse: A modern multidimensional myth located on three planets. Prologue takes place on Planet Earth featuring Branicor, from Lamartine, on an errand. Part I portrays the developmental years of two girls from tot to teen. Opal Courtright of Planet Earth and Sapphire Deland of Planet Zamora begin their lives as antithetic embodiments living in parallel existences. They are drawn to aspects of higher insight. Part I culminates in each girl's leap from coastal cliffs to literally disappear into thin air. Part II takes place on Lamartine, a higher dimensional planet in fictional star system Tabor. Opal and Sapphire have fused into their higher self, Sappho, who leapt from the cliffs of Leucadia 2,500 years ago. Scenes on Earth and Zamora are included. Epilogue takes place on Earth and Zamora with a letter from Branicor to Opal and Sapphire's parents, raising them up from grief.
Vol. II - The El-eventh Hour: Continues with the lives of family and friends Opal appeared to have left behind in The Tenth Muse. Opal's childhood friend Miranda, at the brink of womanhood, must go within Earth and deep within herself in order to transcend Earth and self. Drawn along with a family friend on a journey, Miranda encounters an ancient Quechua race sequestered in a subterranean complex, and The Els -- an even more ancient race of sublime beings who have awaited her visit. The spellbinding outcome surpasses anything that Miranda can envision, with profound results for all humankind.
Vol. III - The Twelfth Age: Primarily set on Earth's parallel planet Zamora, with occasional scenes on Earth and Lamartine, The Twelfth Age follows the young lifetime of Tashami-roku, a heroine new to the story, yet previous major characters become involved with her quest through enigmatic unfolding. Before it ends, her passion for uncovering mysteries about a prophet of old named Stair will link the fate of her planet Zamora with that of Earth as well as with planet Lamartine in higher dimensional star system Tabor. The book includes an appendix with references cited in the story, and another appendix with supplemental wisdom-teaching references for further exploration.