BY DAEL AKKERMAN
“This is a story about some things that happened to me about twelve thousand years ago.”
In the time known as the Mesolithic, it seems that all life on earth faces extinction. To stand any chance of survival, people must abandon the only way of life they have ever known. But to do that, they must first learn a new way of perceiving reality.
Noema is a story about the fluidity of human consciousness, and the subjectivity of our realities. It is also the story of two young girls, and of their encounter with a God who has Her own reasons for needing them
to save humanity…
philosophical // subjectivity // timeless