Science fiction of a somewhat different kind, written for more philosophically-minded readers.
Multiple Jungian synchronicities seemingly unrelated and yet still deeply intertwined. The synchronicities are however just a mere backbone of this work concentrating on the interaction between science, art and religion in different times and on various worlds.
Definitely not an easy read but it is nevertheless a rewarding read, designed to challenge and enlighten rather than to merely appease and entertain (something, which it also does). A collection of short stories, with a plausible model of multiple realities thrown in for a good measure. The actual fun-part is awaiting the reader in the last few chapters.
This book is intended for all those interested in the substance of things rather than their superficial outer appearances (very often leaving nice-looking, deceiving impressions or attracting the eye with their glistening, bright rainbow colours, just like in all those numerous ads one can see on TV).