Beyond Azara is the latest novel from provocative entheogenic explorer, Martin W. Ball, Ph.D. Combining visionary fiction, fantasy, erotica, nondual wisdom, and entheogenic experience, Beyond Azara tells the tale of how Jendru Amdin and Jor Alesh Melva discover their true infinite natures, each other, and a love that knows no limits in this dynamic story of radical awakening. Beyond Azara is available as paperback book and as digital ebook at online retailers and the author's website.
Chapters 7 and 8, "Confronting Truth" and "Round Two"
The psychedelic journey continues with the next two chapters of Beyond Azara as false facades begin to unravel. Jendru starts to question all of his religious and spiritual beliefs, seeing all around him as a charade and play of unconscious actors. Meanwhile, Jor Alesh encounters pixies, cosmic purging, and an uncanny sense of looking into a mirror.
Chapters 5&6, Chondrasil's Pet & Drinking Azara
Jendru and Jor Alesh settle in for round one of the psychedelic communion drink, Azara, inside the ornate Obsidian Temple. For Jor Alesh, things quickly take a turn into the unexpected as her communion with the divine suddenly becomes erotic . . .
Chapter 4, The Obsidian Temple
Supplicants gather at the monumental Obsidian Temple, the pyramid that houses the communion ceremonies of the psychedelic drink of Azara. Things start to heat up with talk of demons and the stirrings of sexual attraction . . .
Beyond Azara - Chapter 3, Life on Lur
In this chapter, we learn more of the history of Azar and the psychedelic religion of Azara, the identity of Seyloq Surya, and Jendru's role as a novice who is beginning to question everything
Chapter 2, Just in Time for Tea
Ascendend Alcian of Jurnda, Jor Alesh Melva, meets with High Maegin Chondrasil Sojan to discuss the return of the heretical Darsulans to the pyramid temple city of Azar
Chapter 1, Slipping Into Infinity
We begin the tale of Beyond Azara with chapter 1, "Slipping Into Infinity," where Jendru encounters Seyloq's medicine for the first time . . .