Kaz Lefave is an engineer, inventor, entrepreneur, designer, and science fiction author who inspires humanity to embrace their inner steward by connecting the drops into thought-provoking stories.
Her mission is two-fold. First, to enroll science fiction fans around the globe as accidental environmentalist by simply keep doing what they most enjoy, being immersed in a thrilling world of adventure and discovery. And second, to create a Gaia conscious micro-economy funded by eco-conscious businesses, the Aguacene™ Progeny.
Kaz’ water journey began in 2007 when she was introduced to Masaru Emoto’s work on water crystals while at the same time becoming aware of the plastic island festering in the Great Pacific Gyre and the plastic infested albatross of the North Hawaiian Islands. The awakening had begun.
She intensified the research and discovered 400+ oceanic dead zones, illegal toxic dumping, raw mega-farm sewage, the mining industry, bottled water lies, aquifer depletion, millions without clean drinking water, ocean acidification, climate change, marine ecosystem destruction, a Google Earth view of the Alberta Tar Sands with its toxic lakes visible from space, and much much more.
Meanwhile, an epic adventure was churning in her subconscious mind which became a tale of transformation in a futuristic world where water plays a pivotal role. A mysterious force propelled the first novel forward and from the chaos came the Aguacene™ vision, drop by drop, until one day it all crystallized, Emoto-style.
And voilà! Welcome to The Epoch of Water.
Please connect with Kaz on her official blog site: KazLefave.com.