ON WINGS OF IMMORTALS - SERIES



Book One



THE SYLPH’S TALE aka AYEKAH THE DAMNED

Fantasy/Mythology- approx. 30thousand  words

Warning: This story contains sexual elements that might offend some readers. 
Copyrightã2017 by Marta C. Weeks

Synopsis

The Archangel of Light is damned to be Ayekah, an eternal without a soul, after falling for a virgin escaping a barbarian ritual.  He names her Haya and discovers her mystical powers and quest to change her clan and birth generations of immortals.

Based in Mythology and History 
References
Ayekah and Hayaare not evil but might be influenced by dark powers as in Mesoamerican myths about beings of the underworld. Stone tablets and history have been found in many sites including: rites and caves as sacred space in Mesoamerica.amazon.comlilith the mother of all dark creatures: e. r. vernor: 9781511701877: amazon.com: books,
In Genesis 3:9.After Adam and Eve eat from the forbidden tree God asked Adam “where are you” or “ayeka” in Hebrew. Akin to Samael’s fallen angel myth, as the "watchers, holy ones" Also, that "fell" after they became "enamored" with human women.” and in “the Greek transcription as Grigori.[17] including Enoch (10.4),[18] link the angel's transgression with the great deluge.[19]
Haya, the innocent is akin to Lilithwho is Samael’s counterpart and can seduce angels. Haya 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). Also, Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. Samael's counterpart and a mother of demons seen seducing the fallen angels as Naamah; after the fall, they had daughters: Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. “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).”

Ayekah and Hayaare not evil but might be influenced by dark powers as in Mesoamerican myths about beings of the underworld. Stone tablets and history have been found in many sites that include including Rites and Secret Spaces in Mesoamerica.  
In Genesis 3:9. After Adam and Eve eat from the forbidden tree God asked Adam “where are you” or “ayeka” in Hebrew. Akin to Samael’s fallen angel myth, as the "watchers, holy ones" Also, that "fell" after they became "enamored" with human women.” and in “the Greek transcription as Grigori.[17] including Enoch (10.4),[18] link the angel's transgression with the great deluge.[19]
Haya, the innocent is akin to Lilithwho is Samael’s counterpart and can seduce angels. Haya 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). Also, Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. Samael's counterpart and a mother of demons seen seducing the fallen angels as Naamah; after the fall, they had daughters: Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. “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).”

Note to readers 
The Sylph’s Tale received great reviews on Amazon and Draft2Digital even though published incomplete. Author and publishers will offer them free copies when republished.

The Screenplay: Ayekah the Damned

Logline: An angel falls for a virgin escaping rape. They change her culture and birth a race of immortals.  
Ayekah the Damned, won in third place on the 2017 ISA contest. Comments: "This has imagination and touches on the mythic and spiritual in ways that are not typical.”
Excerpts of comments from TableReadMyScreenplay.com: The Sylph's Tale made for a most unusual read. Fallen angels appear in many stories, but it's far less common to see through the angels' own eyes. For source and all comments see: From Paper to Screen
References
Ayekah and Haya are not evil but might have been taken over by dark powers similar to Mesoamerican myths about beings of the underworld. Stone tablets and history are found in rites and sacred places in Mesoamerica and the United States.
Ayekah’s story:  The name Ayekah is in Genesis 3:9. After Adam and Eve eat from the forbidden tree God asked Adam “where are you” which is ayeka in Hebrew. Ayekah could be like Samael’s fallen angel myth, often referenced as the "watchers, holy ones" or the “holy ones.” Also, watchers that "fell" after they became "enamored" with human women.” and in “the Greek transcription as Grigori.[17] including Enoch (10.4),[18] link the angel's transgression with the great deluge.[19] 
Haya’s story: Is in mythology, strong women can be depicted as horned creatures as a way to portray their power as evil. Haya, the innocent, is akin to Lilith who is Samael’s counterpart and can seduce angels. Haya 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). Also, Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. Samael's counterpart and a mother of demons seen seducing the fallen angels as Naamah
Book II

  

VIRGINS

Paranormal/base on ancient history. Approx. 50,000 words

"After the fall, they had daughters: Nashiym, the Lilim who seduced the watchers. “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).” 

Logline/Synopsis
The saga of mystery and otherworldly power continues when in 1958 the first generation of female twins from Haya’s fetus are born. One is fertile and gives birth to twins. The infertile one is the watcher and guide.
As in Holy Writs, Naamah after the fall had daughters; the twins are as moss on a stone of destiny in what at times are terrifying ordeals. Beautiful and haunting, endowed with a sixth sense they rebel wanting but cannot deny that their otherworldly encounters are beyond their control.
Ayekah forms The Retais to control and influence his angel/humans but they are fearless, even when confounded by ancestral writs, voices, and apparitions. There comes a time when not even Ayekah can alter events and the last born are not twins. But two women driven to learn what they suspect is their exact origin and to transform their destiny.

Book III



 ROLO
Paranormal/ Science-fiction.Approx. 50,000 words

"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."

Logline/Synopsis
Powerful forces - disguised in different forms -  influence generations of Haya and Ayekah’s brethren.  The last born Rayena (Ray) Gentray and Aryana (Ary) Delmars are not twins but born to each of the last set of twins.
Ray becomes a Geneticist and Ary a Parapsychologist. Ayekah tries to protect them while Sigrud Liera (Sig), a scientist of unknown origin, uses Tardell, his powerful organization,  to control them as he underhandedly infiltrates The Retais.
Ray builds a research site near Rio San Juan as head of a cloning project and battles with good and evil besieged by apparitions when she captures a unique species of Salamander; she names ROLO. Her aim is to heal illnesses, but Sig wants ROLO for birthing human mutants.
Ary, compelled to stop Ray, enlists the help of Alex, a movie producer, and Ray’s lover. But days before the 1992 Nicaragua hurricane Mitch, ”Sig makes Ray, Ary and himself a living part of the first human/android, ROLO. Not even Ayekah is able to save Ray and ROLO as they disappear in waters of destruction.

Possible Book IV


MACULATUM


Logline/Synopsis
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.

Author bio
Marta C.  Weeks is an author, poet, columnist, blogger, and public speaker. 

During college, she hosted a local nonprofit TV show and was a dance instructor. For three decades, while raising her children worked in public service, the last two as Program Manager and Research Analyst. 

It was in childhood that debilitated by polio unable to play like other children while reading in the attic of her grandparent's store by a small window under the light of a bulb hanging from the ceiling that she decided one day she would be an author.

The first book of her Fantasy/Paranormal series based on Mythology, The Sylph's Tale received great reviews. Because of readers comments author is currently adding and editing the text as she completes the next two books of her series VIRGINS and ROLO and starts book four


The screenplay rendition aka Ayekah the Damned won a finalist in the ISA 2017 Screen Craft.


Her writing experience includes freelance columnist Mart for CBS Sacramento Arts&EntertainmentExaminer.com, Ex-In the City Guides and other publications. Her poetry is published on Scruffy Dog, Editred, Poetry for Conservation, Yoyita.com, Lake Wildwood Review, and was awarded Poetry Finalist, 2012 San Francisco Indie Contest.

Marta and husband John live in Northern California's Foothills. They enjoy nature, family, friends, and travel. She is active in writing groups, classes, and conferences. He, a Navy Veteran and former RR Ee. is host and producer of a community TV show and also her main editor.


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