Second Thunder

Seeking the Black Ishayas

Second Thunder

Not just a continuation of First Thunder, this visionary work is more akin to myth than pure fiction. Its nonlinear form expands ideas of time, space, and the self into the realm of multidimensional consciousness. The conflicts and challenges faced by the godlike beings in this story represent warring aspects of our own fragmented personalities. The need for the healing of the self is pictured here to be recognized by the reader at the heart level—not merely intellectually.

First Thunder

An Adventure of Discovery

First Thunder

"Tale of discovery and adventure ... also a step-by-step manual to lead you away from the past into a bright new future of joy and wonder"--P. (4) of cover.

Orah

The Deathless Dancer

Orah

The Thunder series is written as mythic stories because these are the highest form of expression of visionary experience. The visions described in the three volumes of the Third Thunder series occurred while the author was studying with the Ishayas in their monastery. -- p. [2] of introd.