The Astrotheologian Series
The Astrotheologian Series was born from David’s proposal that all pathways to salvation, whatever they are, would be better off united. There can only be one Heaven, after all. Christian, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, transcendentalists, agnostics, and atheists who live in this modern world would all admit the value of unity if they were pressed to address the idea. There is nothing to be lost, and potentially much to be gained, by the proposition that astrology offers a viable pathway for unification.
A fictional account of young Robert’s allegiance to his crazy Uncle Rufus in Astrologer’s Apprentice allows David to shine a light. But proposing astrology as the path to becoming a better Christian is actually a side show for Rufus. His true intention is to gather enough data to TEST the astrological hypothesis. He sincerely believes, that with enough data, he can settle the matter once and for all.
Astrologer’s Apprentice allows David the opportunity to sample all the attitudes, without coming to a conclusion. The idea is to set the stage, with everyone except for Rufus being able to remain neutral in their approach.
Astrologer’s Proof, Book Two, is a psychological, technological thriller that provokes a sense of something great being possible. The data can be collected, and the question can be answered. But what are the repercussions?
Book Three forces the reader back to the real world. Significant gains of knowledge do as much to threaten as to relieve. Astrologer’s Nightmare is disruptive. Pandora’s Box, once opened, offers an invitation to the best and the worst of humanity.