Religion can be addictive, and like all drugs, it becomes toxic when abused.
Julian Marcus is a priest who does not claim to be anyone other than someone like you. He bleeds, laughs, cries, hates and loves – just like you. He questions religion, New Age mantras, and the presence of extraterrestrials – just like you sometimes do.
Unlike you, Julian is on the edge of a mental breakdown. He’s questioning freewill, authority and the meaning of his fractured life with unforgiving arrogance. A deeply philosophical journal houses these unfiltered, blasphemous observations. It’s also where he realises there’s nothing sinful about losing his mind every now and then, or testing the waters of life – no matter what the Pope, a prophet, a guru or little grey men tell him.
My name is Bliss Stone, Head of Psychiatry at Cathedral Haven, and I invite you to experience Julian’s controversial words for yourself. Julian is not a patient; he is the unconventional founder of our psychiatric clinic.
Acupuncture of The Mind still haunts me to this very day. I am most fortunate.