Marc Marcel writes on a variety of topics, covering politics, relationships, social issues, and pseudoscience. He is a novelist, as well as a writer of poetry and metaphysical philosophies.
Marc Marcel takes us on his extraordinary voyage for truth, and understanding to the meaning of life. ‘My Time Here with People,’ takes us deep into the astral realm with an accurate account of the Out-of-Body Experiences, Shamanism (Dimethyltryptamine DMT), and surreal moments that have provided him with some of the most fascinating answers to creation, God, the Universe, and our connection to it.
Philosophy on the Meaning of Life
The Book That Doesn’t Even Matter,’ is a philosophy on the purpose of human life, and our connection with God. If you have ever wondered why ‘You’ are here, how life came into existence or what God is and your connection to it, ‘The Book That Doesn’t Even Matter,’ may hold the answers you are looking for. The book’s focal point is remembering, remembering what ‘You’ really are, and why you are here. These thoughts are not an accident, you wanting to know more about yourself is not a coincidence. It all has a purpose in you finding out the greatest mystery of all…who you truly are! The answers you seek are just ahead of you. It is been a long road, but you are on the right course, and the journey has just begun.
Book of Poetry
With over 260 poems, from 17 spoken word CDs released through his career, Marc Marcel releases this massive 700 page compilation of work in a book titled, ‘I Ain’t No Poet.’ The book title is taken from the title of one of his performance poems, and inspired very much by his reasons of poetry just being an outlet of one form of expression, for him to communicate his inner thoughts and artistic gifts. While he has continuously expressed throughout his career that he is more than just a spoken word artist, it is hard to deny or ignore the impact he has left on the genre.
Book of Poetry
These poems are dedicated to the soil that lets us walk it’s ground. “Unchained” is a feeling of letting myself to be free for this world to see. It represents an understanding of coming straight from the heart, causing for the subtitle, “The Heart of The Man.”
Saint Thomas, a 5th college senior in Atlanta, GA, feels a major change coming in his life. With friends from many walks of life, and a heart of gold, this daydreamer finds himself analyzing every angle of life that surrounds him, from his teacher, employer, and his love interest, while trying to find the balance in remaining friends with a buddy from a trouble past. Of all the experiences Saint endures during his last year of school, someone who would give a dollar to someone who only needed a dime, could find themselves the victim from something he least expected, may be his most important lesson in life. Gwendolyn D. Morgan, Professor of English, Clark Atlanta University, says, “Much about this novel will transcend age and gender because it is actually about making choices and the effects that these may have on people's lives and futures.”