Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Once and Future Wizard

The Awakening
Authored by Tom Averna

The journey of the once and future wizard begins almost at its end. Professor Judah Zelig, a speech teacher, has felt compelled to write a novel about Merlin. This unremarkable man would soon discover that his writings were actually a remembering of his true identity and purpose. For Judah and Merlin, or Merlanu as he was known among the elves that helped train him, were the same. The truth, he discovered, about Merlanu was older and stranger than anyone knew. This is the story of a rebel band of angels who took human form and ruled this planet as gods. Their leader became known in Greece as Zeus, who was opposed in his plans by Poseidon. Poseidon genetically manipulated a Greek King, Theseus, to become the greatest wizard of all time with the power to defeat Zeus and restore order to Gaea-Earth. Merlanu was not just to crown a ruler, but to awaken the gods of old who have taken human form. These gods, who now make up most of humanity, were forced into the Karmic cycle because of their greed and lust with the hope that they may be redeemed and then reminded of their true purpose and power as angelic beings. Merlanu alone remained free of the cycle to accomplish this task; however, he succumbed to his own lusts in Camelot. Because of that, he endured a series of deaths and rebirths until at last he awoke in modern times with the help of a strange old woman, his soul mate and his elven grandchildren. But did he awaken in time because Zeus had his own plans to defeat Merlanu and remain in control of Earth.

About the author:
Tom Averna is a lifelong student who also enjoys teaching, performing and speaking. He believes in the power of positive communication as well as the potential of humanity to create a world of harmony
and peace. He established the first Internet positive-conscious music radio stream and recently helped develop Gratitude Radio playing music that encourages an attitude of gratitude. Information on his writing and radio projects can be found at

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