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October 2022: An Astrological Look with Teymara

Morpheus 9-11
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Published on 05 Oct 2022 / In Spiritual

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-One of our community members has written a novel regarding multiverses! He's still looking for a literary agent, if anyone knows of one his email is [email protected]

For a sample of his book, here ya go! If you want the whole thing, please be sure to email him directly at the above address!

"Martha Knight’s Sisyphean task

The Novak family was finally safe, having escaped the clown-world Earth to a civilized alternate Earth. It’s not a metaphor thought up at a clever creative writing session. They had escaped by stepping through an actual shimmering portal, kind of like the Stargate, I suppose. What you’re about to read is a novel the Novaks wrote in their new reality. The book is loosely based on what they had gone through. Why write? Well, what better way to deal with trauma than writing about it?

And they’d been through a lot, believe me. Not something most psychotherapists would understand.

Planetary entrapment syndrome. The way you feel when you can’t leave a civilization in crisis. You feel trapped, hopeless, even furious at times. I’m sure you know exactly what I mean, dear reader. If you’re stuck in a terrible reality with no way out, playing the clown just to psychologically survive, maybe it’s time to come up with a new approach to life? No one else is going to do it for you. Write a short story. Heck, write a novel. Let your inner voice be heard. It works. Your mind will thank you.

The Novaks had a literary agent - Martha Knight. An American in her late 40s, she was tirelessly working to turn the novel into a bestseller. Sadly, Martha’s job seemed like a Sisyphean task at times. Let’s just say the novel needed a lot of work. Martha knew the truth about the family but she saw it as – yet another – layer of fiction, a shrewd publicity stunt to create an aura of overly convoluted mystery. Needless to say, it was a healthy psychological response. The poor literary agent had no idea who she was really dealing with as she analyzed every single word in the novel. . ."

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