In 1980, Omega was "recent future" science fiction, and, although the setting is now, the premise still holds. Scientists have learned to tap the power of the earth's electro-magnetic field—put 150 kilowatts of power into two electrodes on opposite sides of the globe and get 4015 megawatts. They think the world's energy problems are over! Well, not quite . . .
The conflict is between the forces of technology and greed and the gentle men and women who have respect for the land, are in touch with nature, and practice the "craft of the wise"—witchcraft. Omega is a book with a lesson: there is no time like the present to start healing the great mother. And this is the kind of book that can win people to the cause of so doing.
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Stewart Farrar began his writing life in the Army during World War II when in 1944 he was assigned the task of drafting the definitive drill book for the Bofors Anti-Aircraft Gun - this book was still in use until 1980. After the service, he became a journalist for Reuters. He published his first occult novel, Twelve Maidens, shortly thereafter in 1974. Stewart Farrar is recognized and respected as the most clear and weighty teacher of modern witchcraft since Gerald Gardner.
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