To enable as many people as possible to empathise with the vision and immerse themselves in a world in balance (equilibrium), the idea of a novel took shape. Eric Bihl and his comrades-in-arms needed an author who could be inspired. A suitable candidate was quickly found. They needed merely to convince him of a positive vision of the future… The vision becomes tangible.

Eric Bihl, author of the Equilibrism concept, became aware of Dirk C. Fleck through a television report. Already in 1993, Fleck had published the novel GO! Die Ökodiktatur. In it, the world is on the brink of chaos until a dictatorship comes to power to prevent the imminent collapse: The ecological turnaround is forced upon humanity. Those who violate it must expect draconian punishment. Nature comes first, only then comes humans. Fleck received the German Science Fiction Prize for his work in 1994.

In 2009, Fleck then won the German Science Fiction Prize again with the first Equilibrism novel, The Tahiti Project. His courage to go against the literary trend by not sketching a gloomy end-time scenario but showing a view of a future worth living in was rewarded.

In March 2011, the highly acclaimed follow-up novel MAEVA! was published. This was followed in December by the paperback edition, expanded with previously unpublished chapters, entitled Das Südsee-Virus. The leap across the Atlantic succeeded in February 2013: the Cuban publisher Arte y Literatura presented the Spanish edition of The Tahiti Project at the International Book Fair in Havana.

In 2015, Fleck presented the third volume of the Maeva trilogy, FEUER AM FUSS. While people in large parts of the world are already wandering over scorched earth, a new consciousness is emerging in many regions that have broken away from their nation states, spiritually underpinned by the shamans of the primordial traditions in order to alleviate the withdrawal symptoms that are occurring worldwide as a result of the declining civilisation.

Thanks to Dirk C. Fleck, the vision of Equilibrism is now more than a distant dream for many people.