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As Tyler Thornton, an Episcopal Priest in his late thirties from New York begins to question the history and facts of the Bible plus the teachings of his Church, he takes a sabbatical to think things through in the quaint little borough of New Hope, in beautiful Bucks County, PA. He writes a novel called Yestermorrow which takes place one hundred years in the future after a vast physical and spiritual upheaval of civilization on the planet after great earth changes, containing the wise lessons of a Druid named Wizard Gamin, Proctor of Yestermorrow.
He creates a world as he wishes it could be, should be, and would be. In doing so he gets to meet many interesting folks who live and love in New Hope and uses them as characters in his novel, which includes not only their pros and cons, but also his own ideas of justice, religious questions and sexual orientation.
In his novel he teaches what he terms Creative Consciousness, which is a combination of philosophy, spirituality and phycology that spills over into the forming of teaching classes in New Hope.
It actually is two books in one. The even chapters tell of his everyday life in New Hope and the odd chapters are the writings of his novel which takes place one hundred years in the future. This makes Yestermorrow an adventure of humor, study and spiritual existence consisting of life in New Hope with all its charming characters in the arts such as actors, artists, writers, and musicians who are, have-beens, would-bes and actual fine diversified individuals who are famous and even unknown who commute daily to Philly and NYC.
The odd chapters consist of Dr. Thornton’s ideas of life in the future with all its charming characters of ordinary people plus exotic characters such as Druids, Elves, Gremlins, Fairies, Trolls and Witans like Tadameer who is a young student of the proctor, an ancient old Wizard named Gamin who lives Tomorrow’s Destiny.

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