Logos: The final episode to Poseidon’s Grotto and the Flux

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Historical Fantasy Crosses Paths of Star-Crossed Lovers in This Final Book of the Fiery Trilogy

Get ready to bury your preconceptions about what is possible and what is not! In the third book of a trilogy, Logos: The final episode to Poseidon’s Grotto and the Flux takes you to a world you could have never imagined.

In an idyllic coastal setting a long, long time ago, Lyndon and Helen fall in love. There is nothing unusual about that, except that they experienced this previously in past lives. What they perceive as real sometimes doesn’t make any sense, and especially in their dreams. Together, they are able to transcend their numerous destinies within the ever-changing inter-dimensional flux to find utopia. Here they will remain as young lovers, sharing their reality with us.

The illusion of reality is how we comprehend the shadows. Beyond this perception is Logos, the intangible “collective consciousness,” a term Karl Jung once coined, which binds us all and permeates throughout the cosmos. During the fourth century BC, Plato maintained that what we see and touch is not reality, but only shadows as ethereal as the reflections from a fire in a cave. What do you see in your destiny?

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Poseidon’s Grotto Have You Ever Lived a Dream?

There exists a magical place near the sea which some believe to be hallowed ground, where the future is idyllic and living in a dream is the only reality. Lyndon Williams is one who seeks this enchanted sanctuary with the hopes of creating a future for himself and his special girl. But his desire turns into a lifelong obsession when Lyndon is not willing to give up his dreams, or his first love, as he unfailingly searches through time for Poseidon’s Grotto. Colin Davis taught ancient history for nearly thirty years and coordinated courses in Roman studies at the Brisbane School of Distance Education for over thirteen years. He recently completed a 20-year project on his family’s origins, compiled into his book, The Seas of Time, the Davidsons of Armagh.


The Flux: A Sequel to Poseidon’s Grotto

There exists a special place in the mind, somewhere between the worlds of reality and the surreal. It is a blue world, surrounded by the singularity of the sea. It is a place well known to only a few, those fortunate enough to have experienced its sights and smells, and to have been overwhelmed by the enormity of its being. Its timelessness cannot be explained by any rational hypothesis, for what it once was now only exists within the memory of two souls, forever joined by each other’s love and by their special connection to their utopian world. Lyndon and Helen Williams imagined an ideal world and contemplated its wonder. But they are only dreamers, you say? No, you need to be alive in the physical sense to dream. For them, reality is a dream that never ends. Poseidon’s Grotto holds the key to understanding their world and of capturing the past and thereby creating an idyllic future for the two lovers. In this sequel to Poseidon’s Grotto, Lyndon and Helen’s love spans the realms of time and space within the Heraclitean Flux. Although they are parted, in this dream world, their eternal romance lives a new chapter in the Ancient Bronze Age.

The Messianic Apostasy: A Synopsis of the Historical Deviation of Pauline Orthodoxy

The Messianic Apostasy: A Synopsis of the Historical Deviation of Pauline Orthodoxy provides a reappraisal of early Pauline theology in the context of 1st-century Palestine and the Hellenistic world in which Paul lived.

This scholarly text examines the heretical elements within St Paul’s theology in the context of his contemporary Judaism and how the early Christian church of the first three centuries of the Common Era drew its influences from him.

Theological scholar, Colin E Davis, investigates the philosophical and religious zeitgeist of the period and Paul’s eventual development of the concept of “his Christ figure” along possible Nazarean lines.





About the Author

Colin E Davis has resided in Bracken Ridge, Brisbane, Australia, for almost sixty-five years. He holds degrees in theology and Roman studies, including a Bachelor of Arts with honours, a Master of Literary Studies in philosophy, theology, and Roman political theory, and a D. Lit. (Qual) in Stoic and Platonic philosophy as well as ancient religious studies. He wrote numerous study guides and educational courses in Roman history for the Queensland Department of Education and was an International Baccalaureate examiner in the field of history. The author has also had three novels published: Poseidon’s Grotto, The Flux, and Logos. He is now retired and devotes himself to theological and historical research.