Anaïs Abbot and Miguel Alda live in London and are teachers of Spanish. Their literary work is gnostic by nature, centring on the creation of possible alternative worlds to the capitalist one, with decisive touches of pseudo-science, occultism, magic and esotericism. In El Salón de los Rechazados Españoles, they are presenting their novel La revolución invisible (The Invisible Revolution), the second part in the Un mundo sin dinero (A World without Money) trilogy. In this novel, the authors narrate the process of transformation from the contemporary neo-capitalist world to a utopian system, functioning without money, ruled by a direct electronic democracy and with a paradigm of human relations not based on self-interest or profit but on altruism.



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