The Armageddon Choice: Struggle for Existence or Cooperation for Consciousness (Volume 3) by Don Carroll
Little Peak Creek Publishing Company
Available at www.Amazon.com
The third novel in The Consciousness Trilogy—The Armageddon Choice—has now arrived. The drama increases as the lives of the central characters, the wisdom of ancient mysteries, and new quantum understandings converge. The catalytic event for a possible shift in humankind's perspective arises in the search for a new Pope. (More information about the third novel and fallout from it is found at www.anewpope.com.) The journeys of the characters present challenges we all must face.
The outcomes for the characters and you the reader are perhaps inextricably woven together. Reading The Armageddon Choice is a choice you will not want to miss making. More information about the novel and The Consciousness Trilogy, as well as access to your free e-book, may be found at www.doncarroll.com.
Don Carroll is a spiritual director and the author of A Lawyer’s Guide to Healing, the Connect interactive journals, and The Consciousness Trilogy. He completed his spiritual direction training at Sursum Corda. He is a member of the Wesleyan Contemplative Order and leads workshops using the Enneagram as a tool for spiritual transformation and as a tool for deepening spiritual transformation in 12 Step recovery. He is a certified Enneagram teacher in the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition. Don received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College. He has a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Dundee in Scotland and he received his law degree with honors from the University of Virginia. He holds a MFA in writing from Vermont College. From 1994 to 2011 Don served as Director of the North Carolina Lawyer Assistance Program. He is a certified Professional Coach and a certified Strozzi Institute Somatic Coach. In November 2011, North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue conferred on him membership in the Order of the Long Leaf Pine for outstanding service to the citizens of North Carolina.