Gerald R. Stanek has written several books in the relatively new genre of Visionary Fiction. As he writes he seeks to be an active participant in the exchange of energy and information between the mundane and ethereal worlds.
His latest works, The Road to Shambhala and Contact: and Other Impressions, and now, Rosa Mundi focus on the interplay between these realms and the effect of transcendental experience on subjective reality.
When he finished his first novel, The Eighth House, there was no such designation as Visionary Fiction in the publishing industry. The book didn’t fit the fantasy, adventure, or mystery molds, and so it waited on the shelf. It dealt with expanding awareness, meditation, visioning, divination, the return of the Divine Feminine, and evolution toward a unified humanity.
He continues to study the esoteric teachings of various traditions and worked to become a more conscious writer.