Nimrod Twice Born and Opus Dei were written almost concurrently over a period of more than thirty years. Both books are carefully researched to afford an accurate historical backdrop. Nimrod Twice Born is primarily an historical novel beginning at the time of Christ and culminating in the events of the Second World War. The two themes run parallel to one another and are intricately linked through the sacred relics. Simon Magus conceives of the value of the relics to the formation of a world religion. Centuries later, Heinrich Himmler makes his own bid to overthrow the conspiracy to world domination thus creating an unexpected twist to the tale.
Opus Dei opens in the 1970’s and culminates in 2016. It begins with a street attack on a Lebanese journalist and ends in almost global conflagration. It moves from civil war on the streets of Lebanon to world war, and from a family in turmoil to a leader who determined to assume power over the planet. This book demonstrates a common direction to prophecy and mythology, the foretelling of a coming world leader – a king in the likeness of Nimrod.
Underlying both books is a conspiracy to establish a New World Order, one which has grown over centuries; a low note sounding below the events of history and rising to a crescendo in our age. Many are oblivious to the pattern of occurrences unfolding before our eyes – The move towards World Government; the growing economic crisis; the build-up towards another Middle East war, this time against Iran.
The network of interconnected events is mysterious, arcane and almost unbelievable. And it has been contrived and manipulated over centuries by a small group of men and women with an agenda of their own.
Both Nimrod Twice Born and Opus Dei are big books, plus minus 600 pages. They are uncompromising, make no pretence at political correctness, and are guaranteed to provoke the reader to think outside of the box.
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