The novel, Opus_Dei, a Middle Eastern drama, opens a window into the future. Set in Lebanon during the civil war of the seventies, Pierre Zein sets out to find the man behind the scenes – leader of the coming New World Order.
This novel predicts the vital flash-point that plunges Israel into war and embroils the West in mayhem. Read the book…
Written many years before the present build-up of tensions in the Middle East, before the world economy showed signs of collapse, and well prior to the threatened food shortages; it encapsulates all those elements and more.
Opus Dei is a book that challenges the status quo. Who and what is behind the build-up of world events? Are Israel, USA and NATO to blame for the current tensions in the Middle East, or is another power at work?
At heart, Opus Dei is a book that confounds old preconceptions. It asks the questions and reveals startling answers.
What makes Jerusalem the focal-point of the coming conflict and what role is played by Egypt and Babylon?
Expect Opus Dei to uncap the mysteries. The sacred Egyptian texts hint at a hidden chamber or chambers beneath the Giza Pyramid and the Sphinx. If the Great Pyramid is a masterpiece in understated engineering perfection, what can we expect from the secret places beneath its foundation? What part do these mysteries play in a soon-to-be-formed World Government?
Is the coming world leader a benign dictator or a religious leader, a king, priest, or emperor? Is he the Christ, or Osiris reborn? Does his assumption of power herald a time of peace – or mayhem such as our planet has never before experienced?
Opus Dei offers a prophetic word for our time. It gathers together the prophecies found in the myths and demonstrates their flow with the biblical prophecies, revealing them in a startlingly new and believable scenario.
Written over a period of more than thirty years, Opus Dei is comprehensively researched, its plot intricately woven, and is guaranteed to challenge. Opus Dei, the work of the hidden god is almost complete.
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