Awakening to One's Conscience: Inner Journey into Human Nature {3}
ISBN: 1988038901
EAN13: 9781988038902
Language: English
Publication Date: Jul 27, 2020
Pages: 324
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Awakening to One's Conscience: Inner Journey into Human Nature {3} by Art Aeon is a fictional narrative poem in the tercet stanzas. It unfolds imaginary episodes that follow Helen's crucial revelation of the Trojan War's human causes. The characters Odysseus and Penelope adventure to Troy. On the way, they meet the characters Idomeneus in Crete, Diomedes at sea, Chryseis in Thebe, Tecmessa and Telamon in Troy. Overcoming many formidable adversities, Odysseus and Penelope eventually fulfill Helen's last wish to be united with Paris in Troy, even ashes. But they are captured by the new Trojan king, Helenus. In magnanimous foresight, Helenus sets free his worst foe, Odysseus, to serve Aethon, the holy sage at the Mt. Ida's shrine. Odysseus pursues a new life as a humble hermit with sincere repentance of his past life. Penelope becomes a trusty friend to Queen Andromache in Helenus's new kingdom. One day, Odysseus finds a lad who is identified as Helen's son by Paris, called Ganymede. He succeeds to King Helenus. Odysseus and Penelope learn from wise Aethon about the wisdom and theology of ancient Egypt. They realize that personified deities are not real entities but mere wishful illusions, invented by humans in their minds. Eventually, the character-listener Homer-Outis becomes enlightened, and he confesses to the character-narrator Odysseus in sincere remorse that he has been Read More chevron_right

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