Resurrections

Af Bo Heimann

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*** THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE IN DANISH ONLY ***

 

The Twin Towers collapsed symbolically as two phalluses in New York on September 11, 2001. Along with this decline a world created by dysfunctional masculinity of burning desire, a sterile mindset and a spiritless capitalism fell to the ground.

 

He himself was a fallen man who from this very moment in history knew that he had to change fundamentally.

 

On a retreat with Eckhart Tolle in India he meets a mysterious woman who somehow manages to attract as well as provoke him.

 

She introduces him to a new way of understanding the stories of the Bible and of the Tantric Buddhism and takes him to a higher level of self awareness and deeper consciousness. Together the two of them travel around India and they end up in Southern France on the Montsègur Mountain. On this mountain his understandings of the ancient Egyptian comprehensible philosophy, the society of the people from Nazareth and the philosophy of the Tantric Buddhism all fall into place.

 

It’s a story about the marriage of Yeshua and Mary Magdalene and about a Christian mysticism that doesn’t belong to the church; about Tantric Buddhism; about a world brought to the brink of the abyss by a twisted masculinity; about the return of the feminine after 2000 years of suppression and the re-balance of the modern man – and about the fall and resurrection of a man.

 

Resurrections is based on biblical occurrences, a number of apocryphal scripts and historical events in the medieval times during the the Albigensian Crusade.

 

Pages: 224

Publication date: October 10, 2018

 

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Bo Heiman has written the novel Resurrections inspired by the idea that there might be an alternative way to interpret the way the church understands Jesus and his life and teachings. The novel is also a tribute to the feminine. He hopes that his interpretation of the story about Jesus and the relation between the masculine and feminine can inspire people; to see Christianity in a new way and to a (possibly) better relation between the two sexes.