Humanity’s path of evolution and the associated challenges therein are issues that may not need to be addressed for several generations to come, but they will be a factor in our species, at some point
Miami, FL (Vocus) June 9, 2010
Author Richard Bryan DeFabio brings a new twist in raising awareness to humanity as he crafts a highly moving tale in The Deltium: A Story of Humanocracy, his new book released through Xlibris.
In this book, readers will learn about the Deltium. The loyal agents of this pro-humanitarian organization have been preparing Humanity for an evolutionary step for many years but a great tragedy strikes Humanity, and four tremendous people overcome incredible adversity to raise Humanity to an entirely new level with the help of a unique individual by the name of Joshua. Addressing some of the key challenges facing Humanity such as poverty, human rights, political leadership, religious extremism, the health of the environment, and many others, the Deltium faces several additional challenges, which can only be understood from reading this interesting new novel.
Eye-opening and inspiring, The Deltium: A Story of Humanocracy is designed to stir souls into action for the principles of Humanocracy. As well, it offers very important philosophical and spiritual questions about Evolunics.
“Humanity’s path of evolution and the associated challenges therein are issues that may not need to be addressed for several generations to come, but they will be a factor in our species, at some point,” states Richard DeFabio.
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About the Author
Richard B. DeFabio has written this story purely for the benefit of Humanity and has dedicated this novel to his three wonderful children (Lucca, Valentina, and Constantine). Richard DeFabio has generated this piece of fiction to both inspire and motivate Humanity to achieve its greatest potential.
The Deltium by Richard Bryan DeFabio
A Story of Humanocracy
Publication Date: June 3, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 257 pages; 978-1-4535-0578-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 257 pages; 978-1-4535-0579-3
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-0580-9
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