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Protagonist MOLLY MAE HAWKINS is a twenty-three-year-old precocious woman in a Wiccan apprenticeship. Set in 2013 she lives in a small cottage in a mountain village east of San Diego with her two Rottweiler dogs (Hans and Gordon) and a Maltese puppy. The story opens with Molly manifesting lightning and rain through a magical ritual. Alluring yet reserved, Molly meets antagonist JAKE REED recently discharged with dishonor from the Marine Corps after striking a superior officer with a rock that caused permanent brain damage.
Molly attends meetings that focus on the extrasensory perception of the unknown history of objects by sensory contact. Over sessions she picks up repugnant reactions to three objects. She tries to help Jake get a job, but he is more interested in pursuing the gothic chic. Molly sends mixed messages that confuse her more than Jake who has a one track mind. Seeking to resolve her ambivalence she contacts a female Puerto Rican shaman who conducts ceremonies in which members ingest psilocybin mushrooms to reveal hidden answers of the mind. During the all night ritual, Molly discovers the terrors of a past life that show a horrific link between her and Jake in their former lives - a karmic link that attempts to repeat itself.
Set against the Aquarian optimism and affluence that dawned the new millennium in 1995 San Diego, JAMAYAH - Adventures on the Path of Return is an adventure marbleized with humor, and riveted by the mundane realities of war, street violence, and romantic sensuality. Already in mid-life crisis by a recent divorce and now unexpected termination from a lucrative career as a biochemist, baby-boomer Bob Kramer has difficulty reconciling Jamayah, an unlikely multicultural guru who mysteriously recruits him as an apprentice on a mystical path designed to transform the common perception of reality through three initiations: empowering paranormal abilities, neutralizing self-glorification, and realizing one's self as an immanent function of Spirit.
Collateral Karma opens as Rickshaw Lubowski (formerly Bob Kramer in Jamayah), has ditched the Path of Return in search of more tangible things - like sex, drugs, occultism, and sorcery. As a result, he falls victim to a curse cast by an evil leader of a ceremonial cult who practices ritual sex and black magick. Rickshaw’s descent into the world of sensation and desire incurs mysterious nightmares all too real, starting with the obsessively expected death of his new fiancé. Rickshaw meets a blind fortuneteller who seems to know more about his destiny than anyone should. While fighting for his life and the life of his friends, our hero realizes all too late the negative karma of his ways. Only when he loses touch with reality does his mentor appear. Together, they join forces with shamanic sorcerers in an attempt to reverse the deadly curse.
Letters from the Afterworld develops themes of soul essence, mediumship, automatic writing, astral projection, and reincarnation. Rickshaw attends a seance in Los Angeles conducted by a medium with a gift for automatic writing and receives a channeled letter for his friend Murdock. Murdock is on a soul recall list for people whose souls prematurely inhabited their selected bodies. As other friends of Rickshaw have dreams of the same recall letters and incur near fatal illnesses and accidents, Jamayah believes hybrid souls (who formerly incarnated on an alien planet), are abducting humans for enzymatic blood transfusions to extend their health and longevity. Stakes are raised when Rattlesnake Dan and Murdock are kidnapped and a ten year old boy is murdered. Finally, Rickshaw, Jamayah, SBL, Weird Willie, Raoul, Juan, Apollo, and Billy the Kid mobilize the Cosmic Rangers with the pledge of liberty and justice for all.