Guardians of the Crystals : K.D. Martel

Guardians of the Crystals : K.D. Martel

Guardians of the Crystals: The Osirion Connection

Fourteen years following the Great Flood that destroyed the continent of Atlantis, the survivors of that mighty civilization have recreated their flourishing society once again in the beautiful land of Mayach.  Deanu, an Atlantean, is the Guardian of the Crystals, a name given to those Atlanteans who carry the genetic marker that allows them to create a symbiotic exchange with the Power Crystal entities.

The Power Crystals are an ancient sentient energy source that originated from the Pleiadian star system, home to the ancestors of the Atlanteans that left their dying planet to colonize Earth over a thousand years ago.  The Crystals power everything in the Atlantean civilization, from their normal every day electrical appliances, to their space faring ships.

The Atlanteans also share the Earth with the Osirion, a highly advanced, war-like race of humanoids from the Orion constellation.  The two races are on amicable terms, keeping a distance from each other.  The Osirion settled upon the Earth hundreds of thousands of years before the Atlanteans, yet their technology is not as sophisticated as the Atlanteans.

An Osirion, named Enkarath, a young engineer from the land of Kemet, visits the Atlanteans to enlist their aid in helping him create a new energy source for his civilization.  With much hesitation from the Atlantean Elders, an agreement is reached for Deanu to help Enkarath establish a new power source for his people.

Unfortunately, the technology falls into the hands of a rebel Osirion faction from the red planet, Lahmu, who want to posses the Crystal technology for their own ends including war.  Deanu and Enkarath are in a race against time to save their civilizations and the Earth from destruction.  Enkarath discovers his true heritage and link to the Power Crystals and to the beautiful Atlantean woman that steals his heart….


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