Book: The Sword of Agrippa - Antioch - Science, Mysticism and the War on Innovation by Gregory Lloydcategories: Book, Historical Fiction, Marcus Agrippa, Ancient Rome, Ancient Alexandria, Ayahuasca, Consciousness, Lucid Dreaming, Physics, Cosmology, Spiritualism, Science Fiction
Gregory Lloydabout this book: "Certainty is the enemy of knowledge."
The Sword of Agrippa: Antioch combines science and historical fiction, from the near future to ancient Rome as a controversial scientist discovers dark energy. Different strands are woven together into an epic tale that combines consciousness, lucid dreaming, physics, cosmology and "spiritualism" in this 160+pp. debut novel.
Two heroes struggle thousands of years apart to better humanity. Each suffers deep, personal loss on their entangled journeys.
The book is recommended for 18+ as it includes some torture, ayahuasca, and sex. It is available on multiple formats at Smashwords.
"Dark energy became beautiful. A discussion about energy and sensors? Riveting."
- Undiscovered Tomes
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