A citizen in the Galacterian Alignment of Space Peoples and Planets, Thyron is an extraterrestrial Titan with a highly evolved soul, but born with a duality disorder. In this parable of the soul's journey towards perfection and rebirth, Thyron must merge his light and dark to evolve into a being spiritually strong enough to lead others towards the light. Archangel Michael, the Universal Sovereign, orders him into the Shadow Chamber to force him to look deep into the darkness within himself. Once he has conquered his own Shadow Self, Michael sends Thyron to meet with the imprisoned Rebel Archangel Lucifer to take down his statement before his Tribunal. What happens next in Thyron's story will leave you wondering not only about your very own existence, but what's secretly happening on Earth right now.
It's time to finally reveal the secrets hidden inside the vaults of universal magic. Get ready, Star Trek and Star Wars fans, for the next phase of entertainment, for you are about to meet the extraterrestrials - your cosmic family!
"Speaking not only as an author, but an avid reader, I haven't had any book hold my attention like Craig's book has. If you liked or loved Avatar, you'll be ecstatic about this book. I can also see this as a great movie. Kudos to you, Craig, for this marvelous book and good luck with its success, although we don't need luck when something is great and this is." - from foreword by Sylvia Browne
This book was given to me free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
This book has been a very interesting listen, in that it challenges traditional concepts of life beyond our planet and merges this with the concept of divinity/spirituality.
The story is well formulated and the characters develop over time and you quickly find context and understand the formation of the relationships between characters.
The narration perfectly matches the tone and style of the book and the characters are distinct and immerse you in the story.
Listening/reading this book with an open mind is essential. I would say that if you have strong views on the subject of aliens or the lack of spiritual divinity this book may not be for you. However if you can open your mind and read/listen from an objective view point it raises very interesting questions to be considered.
In summation this is a great book for those looking to expand their views of the world and cosmos at large or are open to further question the standard belief systems.
It has concepts of human interaction that anyone could take away and improve their own self reflection and relationships.