Carpadiem Dark by Michael Markevich

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"A fusion of New Age ideology and allegorical fantasy that follows a group of spiritual seekers on their collective journey towards enlightenment, this third installment in Michael Markevich’s Carpadia sequence is unarguably the most comprehensible volume of the trilogy."
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The three titles, "Carpadia" "Toward Carpatian Divinity" and "Carpadiem Dark" are drawn from a deep sense of quantum, sufi-gnostic unity displaying provenance throughout the "Homeric Path" of those who would contribute. Michael considers these brief narratives as considerable descriptions of the human condition. His research and soul evaluation, literary investigation, and imaginative allegoric style and again, very important, "passion" have opened a gate of soul adventure. "Carpadiem Dark" is a simple situation that suggests the presence of a dark divine influence in the corner of every "moment" experienced by a rational organic. God is not light, which is visible-perhaps the "spark" so often spoken of-but the "reservoir" must be an unknowable dark unity of chaos possibility from which anything and everything may be fashioned.
 

About Michael Markevich

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Michael grew up in a blue collar town where most teens talked about making their escape. He made a personal commitment to escape first into the world, and then into the written word. “Meeshe” became a sax player and joined funk and reggae bands. He flew hang-gliders and micro-lights, and took his scuba skills to Palancar, the Red Sea and the Great Barrier Reef. He took motorcycle and Jeep trips to Alaska and the Yukon. There were sport sailing regattas in the strong trades of the Dominican Republic, and cruising on fifty footers off the British Virgin Islands. He taught sailing off the coast of Queensland, and took out kayak excursions in the caves near Guaymas. He met the wrong people in Cartagena, drank beer with friendly revolutionaries in Chiapas and there was pastoral life on a kibutz in Israel. His Arab friends took him to the Dome of the Rock, he crawled into the catacombs under the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and he read of the “Kabbalah” at the Citadel of ancient Caesaria Maratima. A journey into the written word then forcefully beckoned and he settled in White Rock, British Columbia where he completed the first two books of a trilogy; …… “Carpadia” and “Toward Carpatian Divinity.” The stories are drawn from a deep sense of gnostic provenance. The beginning of a knowledge of spiritual truths has and continues to be a paramount undertaking of research and soul evaluation. The extensive bibliographies testify to the literary investigation and the imaginative allegoric style illustrates a passion of the creative heart’s desire. Michael has begun the fascinating studies necessary for the third and final story of the series. An extraordinary character / spiritual evolution will now continue toward a moment of sincere integrity.
 
Published December 10, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 182 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Science & Math. Non-fiction
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on May 04 2015

"A fusion of New Age ideology and allegorical fantasy that follows a group of spiritual seekers on their collective journey towards enlightenment, this third installment in Michael Markevich’s Carpadia sequence is unarguably the most comprehensible volume of the trilogy."

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