About Elementals-The Series


ELEMENTALS - The Series is a journey that originates in humanity's creation and continues into ancient and modern times culminating in an unpredictable future.

Warningthis series contains sexual issues that might offend the average reader.
Copyright @2017 by Marta C. Weeks

Book I


Ayekah The Damned



A passionate and mystical tale about the love between a virgin and an angel
Fantasy/Mythology-approx. 80K words

Synopsis

Ayekah The Damned, first book of IMMORTALS – The series starts in prehistoric times when the Archangel of Light, highest of all, and multitudes of other angels are commanded by The Almighties to witness earth’s evolution. 

The angels are neither male nor female and can take any form but must never interfere with creations' earthly events. However, in time, the Archangel becomes enthralled with humanity. To escape violating Holy Creeds hides in a Blackhole for ages until it hears what it believes is The Almighty’s command and is forced to return to earth. 

On earth, after observing a primitive clan, The Archangel of Light is ready to take flight but, lured by a soaring eagle, finds a deserted, almost inaccessible marsh. It calls this place “my earthly paradise,” where it stays until a virgin from the clan runs in to escape a barbaric ritual. After seducing the angel, she goes back to her tribe. Ayekah is damned for eternity and flees in despair over the Almighty’s damnation. 

Having lost all and longing for her, he returns and finds that she has mysterious powers and a destiny that she cannot fulfill without him.

The story is told by Ayekah.


Other books of ELEMENTALS - The Series in progress 

Book II

Virgins

After the fall, they have daughters who set out to change humanity.
Paranormal - At present, approx. 50K words

The saga of mystery and otherworldly powers continues after generations of female twins are born from Haya's fetus. One is fertile and gives birth to twins; the other is the watcher and guide.

Like moss on a stone of destiny, they overcome terrifying ordeals. Beautiful and haunting, endowed with a sixth sense, they rebel but cannot deny that their otherworldly encounters are beyond their control. 
Ayekah forms The Retais to safeguard and influence them, but they are fearless, even when confounded by terrifying events and apparitions.

Book III

Rolo

"And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed up the flood which the dragon cast out of his mouth." Revelations 12:16."
Paranormal/Science-fiction - At present, approx. 50K words


Powerful forces influence the last born, each born to one of the twins. Ray becomes a Geneticist, her twin Ary, a Parapsychologist. 
Ayekah forms The Retais, a powerful organization, to protect them as Ray builds a research site. She aims to heal illnesses but is besieged by the unknown when she captures a Salamander named ROLO. But Sigrud Liera, a scientist, wants ROLO to breed human mutants. 
Ary, compelled to stop Ray, enlists Alex, a movie producer, and Ray's lover. However, days during the 1992 hurricane, Mitch, Ray, and ROLO disappear.



Book IV


Maculatum

A present, just a couple of hundred pages in notes.


In a battle for eternal life between greed and magical powers, humankind almost becomes extinct. 
Ray and Ary join forces to infiltrate Tardell and destroy ancestral shackles that keep them bound to a destiny they come to refute.

Note to readers



Mythology and HistoryIn book one, Ayekah The Damned, most of Ayekah and Haya's journey occurs during Maya's time. A male-dominated society when males' experience and language were deemed factual and analytical and the female's as social and emotional; the male journey as conquest and the female's reclaiming her voice, spirit, and healing. 

 

Haya’s mentor, the Mardi– a mystical and sacred being – is significant in the entire series. Later also the Two Pastoras, two women, joined back-to-back. Much of the series has some connections to holy writsmythology, and history. 

 

About the name Ayekah: as in Genesis 3:9. After Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree, God asked Adam, “where are you” which is “ayeka” in Hebrew. Also, as referred to in “watchers, holy ones,” and other writs about fallen angels, as they “fell” after they became “enamored” of human women.

In Mayan mythology, Ayekah is akin to Itzamna, an upper god and creator deity thought to reside in the sky and represented by the aged god D, who married Ix Chel. Mayans became known as the naked eye astronomers because of their ability to accurately chronicle, assimilate, and compute eclipses, lunations, and rotation cycles.


About the name Haya: Haya, the virgin, is akin to Samael’s counterpart Lilith. She seduces angels and can mean; “to live” or “have life,” or “to give” or “restore life” (Genesis 25:6, Joshua 3:10), “lively” (2 Samuel 23:20), and “reviving” (Genesis 18:10, 2 Kings 4:16). Nashiym, the Lilim, seduced the watchers. Samael’s counterpart and a mother of demons are seen seducing the fallen angels as Naamah; after the fall, they had daughters: “Wholly new in the Kabbalistic concept of Lilith is her appearance as the permanent partner of Samael, queen of the realm of the forces of evil (the Sitra Ahra).”

Before Ayekah, Haya's name is Luna: Akin to Ix Chel, the divine goddess believed to have helped create the world and the Maya word for Moon. When young, Ix Chel's symbol is the waxing Moon, when old, of the waning Moon. Her powers include healing, intuitive knowledge, and the ability to control earthly forces and the sex of a fetus. 

On the island, Cuzamil, known as Cozumel, is a famous temple dedicated to Ix Chel. As well as on Isla Mujeres (island of women). She might even be known as Coatlicue “once magically impregnated by a ball of feathers.” And The Miracle Mother – La Divina Pastora, Siparee/Supari Mai, the Black Madonna.


About the Maya culture, t
he ancient Mayans left evidence of their contact with alien visitors. Mayans were able to accurately predict shifts in the Earth’s axis every 26,000 years. Sprawling Maya network discovered under Guatemala jungle, beneath the forest canopy, revealing houses, palaces, elevated highways, and defensive fortifications.

The Maya believed that Star People or Watchers had elongated skulls, lived in sacred caves, and had rituals in bathing places, waterholes, shrines, and sinkholes Cenotes. Also found in many other scripts such as Forgotten Origin http://forgottenorigin.com/the-mayan-ancestors-angels-star-people-and-oblong-skulls.



 

3 comments:

Marta C. Weeks said...

Thank you to all who like my page and those who post messages;
One of my favorite things is research, not just because for twenty years of my life I was a Research Analyst but because since I was a child, crippled by polio, reading gave me wings. It is taking me a long time to write ELEMENTALS -The Series because although fiction it is is based on real facts. Right now I am working on finishing Book One, Ayekah the Damned that starts in prehistoric times and goes into the ancient Mayan evolution of culture that is evident in the Mayan amazing knowledge in Astronomy, Astrology Mathematics, and much more. For more on the series click on ELEMENTALS - The Series at: https://www.martacweeks.com

Yorick said...

It does sound extremely interesting your planned (?) series The Elementals. I tend to become humble in an unpleasant Uriah Heep sort of way when I read about such success, but I am aware of myself enough I hope to keep my less attractive side under restraint. I don't know how people find the time and energy to be both creatively and techically proficient and lead normal and eventful lives. It is as though I have fewer hours than they. Anyway, is the series yet to be written? Excuse my stupidity if it is stupidity, but I could not see if the series has been published, is still to be written, in a blog or where or when Elementals will appear. The subject matter appeals to me. I am also drawn by those time-spanning myths and symbols which work underground on us today.

Marta C. Weeks said...

Thank you Yorick, I am currently on the second round of edits for book one, The Sylph's Tale, have over 40k words on book two Virgins and about 20k on ROLO and Maculatum. Would you like to be a reader before publication?