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   Writers: Richard Trigaux (1953 - , France)  
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Richard Trigaux was born in 1953 in France. After an ordinary childhood, he began to realize that a large part of our human sufferings only result from our psychological defilements, and so that it is possible to escape these sufferings with voluntary bettering our personalities. So he developed an altruistic and free philosophy, centred on the culture of happiness, individual or in society.

After involving into various social or spiritual movements, he now consecrates his time to raising his children and to spiritual practice. Vegetarian and non-violent, Richard is also an amateur scientist and a painter.

He began writing in 1987, creating the world of the Eolis, which became two novels in 1990. Later in 1999 he wrote a scientific essay, "General Epistemology," intending to extend the rational methods of science into ethic, social or spiritual domains. In the step he wrote a book on UFO abduction, and two short novels about the world of Dumria, where a science university, Shedrup Ling, applies the General Epistemology.

Biography provided by the author, January 2003.

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  1999.  Quiet Abduction   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Dumria   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Missing Planets, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
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