Marie Balmary practices psychoanalysis in Paris. When finishing the race of psychology, in the Seventies, it presents / displays a thesis on the foundations of the psychoanalysis in which it defends a re-reading of the myth of Oedipus. Rejected by the Sorbonne, Balmary publishes it as a book (L'homme aux statues, Freud et la faute cache du père, 1979). Subsequently, it is oriented towards the founding accounts of our civilizations, essentially the Bible. He exposes these investigations in three works: Le sacrifice interdit. Freud et la Bible (1986), La divine origine. Dieu n'a pas créé l'homme (1993, Catalan version in Fragmenta: 2008), and Abel ou la traversée de l'Eden (1999). In Le moine et la psychanalyste (2005, Spanish version: The monk and the psychoanalyst, Fragmenta, 2011), he uses the narrative genre to offer a summary of all his work.