This method of “ghostwriting” is not new. Communicating with the spirit world has recorded roots that reach at least as far back as the ancient Greek oracles of Delphi. In the more recent 20th century, England’s Dion Fortune famously claimed to channel books through mediumship, and her last book, Moon Magic, was allegedly finished by her posthumously through one of her society’s mediums. There are other channeled books: Seth Speaks and Emmanuel’s Book – to name a few. Even the mainstream twelve steps of Alcoholic’s Anonymous were purportedly received over a Ouija Board.
However, what sets The Pyramid Trilogy apart is the endearing, human imperfection of the novels’ characters, despite the books’ mystical origin – and the real life love story that helped lead to the trilogy’s creation.