is a futuristic spiritual odyssey... a novel of insight and hope
Krista left the City, she knew it would be for the last time; but
could she leave it all behind?... The Age of Pisces has passed, and
with it, the material world - the world of separation.
As governments fail to act and their economies crumble, the Collapse
opens the door for the final stage of human development; but how many
will choose to cross the threshold - into a future whose lores are
as old as time itself?
Few believe they have the necessary skills to make the change. For
those that do, an exciting world awaits...
Note: In the paperback
version, Nemeton (by Pam Giblin)
contains the stories of Krista and Jovina.
the reviewers wrote:
Pam Giblin's first book has moved me deeply... Daring in its scope,
the novel introduces us to a host of colourful characters, struggling
to come to terms with their sudden tribal and personal awakenings...
From its early chapters, one is aware that the work is challenging existing
belief systems, and drawing on ancient, intuitive belief systems existing
deep within us.
Do not pick this book up unless you are prepared to face serious social
challenges and, at times, challenges of a very personal nature.
Hunter, Book Reviewer - The "Daily Planet"
This is a delightful novel, that is potential truth disguised as fiction,
from Australian writer Pam Giblin.
There is... shamanism, mystical communion with the elemental kingdom,
personal transcendence and telepathic communication.
Written in 1992, "Nemeton" was very apt for its time and as
such is both frightening in its initial stages, and tremendously exciting
in its depiction of human consciousness re-discovering its soul.
"Nemeton" is a fantastic read.
(Soltec), Book Reviewer - "Eagles Wings" magazine
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Copyright © Pam Giblin (Selenna) - Hobart, Tasmania 2011