Did Saul of Tarsus, later Paul the Apostle, travel late in life to Gaul, only to be shipwrecked in Britannia, bringing with him his version of the Gospel, and going down in legend as the wise old man, Merlin? His invention for a Roman audience, transforming a sublime teacher into a Son of God, brings him into conflict with the family of the Nazarene, fled from Judaea to Gaul and Britannia, fleeing precisely the persecution of this one man, who fate is destined to bring back into their midst. Begun in Apostle of Camelot, the story continues as Picts seek a new home after the Roman campaigns in Caledonia, led by a warrior Hartar, who will go down in legend as Arthur. Based on a source of the highest integrity, the story explores the society of the Essenes, themselves a little understood people, whose presence and community, based on freedom and respect for the individual, inspired hope in generations brought up under the tyranny and authority of Rome, and later the power of the barons and kings. More than a myth, the legend of Camelot was a tale whose true nature is as relevant and inspiring today, as it has been for generations living in hope of a better life under the authorities of kings, governments, and the church. Discover a truth which refused to die, and flourishes today as the New Age, but whose principles and eternal nature founded a society that went down in legend.