Love, Dharma, and the Galaxy by Ronald Bracale
(Love, Essence, and Humanity)

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The entire population of the planet Falcon conspire to gain immortality as virtual beings within the Brilliant Machine planetary core system, but a few members of their society are innocent of the truth. Eerin is tricked, and as an immortal with all power and wealth, strives to find true satisfaction.

With her boyfriend Dalla, Eerin explores and encounters many mysteries, pushing the boundaries of her new reality. Paranormal phenomena and the politics of their situation revolve around her, as she struggles to find meaning in her life. She uncovers the dark side of the realm and many secrets which are conveniently shielded from the other immortals who live lives of revelry. She is emotionally torn by the roles that she inevitably finds herself in. When her boyfriend Dalla makes a grand mistake, Eerin has almost no hope left.

Meanwhile, a Genome Auditor scours the galaxy for a few planets with natural populations to refill the opulent world of Falcon. Intrigues and mysteries abound, as do many power plays. Threads of romance weave through the story, love forlorn and love satisfied. Even the Brilliant Machine which pervades the galaxy learns that no entity is the ultimate controller, as the winds of fate carry Eerin to her inevitable destiny.

Note: Although this is part of a series, it is a complete story.

About Ronald Bracale

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Ronald Bracale is a person who lives to unravel the truth about the natural universe and the human journey through life and death. He spends time in nature, meditates, and practices Chi Gong. He has scoured the world’s religions, the teachings of indigenous cultures, and every knowledge tradition which he could find. He is married and believes in love. As a scientifically trained person of reason and logic; he has transcended the domain of the mind and inquired deeply into the mystery of life, learning wisdom through the synchronistic winds of fate which weave through the continually-present manifesting universe.
Published February 1, 2013 by Enlightening Treasures. 340 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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