The Wave Book 6: Facing the Unknown (The Wave or Adventures with Cassiopaea #6)
by Laura Knight-Jadczyk
Picking up where Petty Tyrants left off, Facing the Unknown concludes author, historian, and social critic Laura Knight-Jadczyk's two-volume narrative re-counting the events leading to and inspiring the writing of her widely acclaimed Wave series.
This volume further expands upon the deeper significance of our interpersonal relationships, the symbolic nature of reality, and the implications this has for self-development.
Facing the Unknown also features two chapters dealing with the disinformation surrounding the so-called "Philadelphia Experiment" and the strange deaths of UFO researcher and scientist Morris K. Jessup and scientist Stefan Marinov, in addition to a new appendix concluding the author's interactions with her own petty tyrant.
Knight-Jadczyk succeeds in shattering the illusions of conventional moral teachings and spiritual doctrines in this important installment of the Wave.
333 pages. (less)
Paperback, 1st edition
Published March 2008 by Red Pill Press