Opus Dei is a novel set in Lebanon and Israel spanning a period from the ‘70’s to the fascinating years that lie just ahead of us – culminating in 2016. Pierre Zein, a Lebanese journalist, probes the forces behind the scenes intent on creating a New World Order. He finds himself embroiled in something far bigger than he could have imagined.
Islam’s Expected One, the al Mahdi, enters the world scene and engages in a silent battle with a leader who arises like a meteor from Europe. This is the clash of the Titans – a struggle for ultimate power – and only one man can win.
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?
Dan Brown, in his popular novel, The Da Vinci Code, familiarised his readership with the Catholic movement, Opus Dei and the secretive Priory de Sion . Opus Dei explores Dan Brown’s theme and reveals the real purpose behind these, and other, arcane organisations.
Read of the conspiracy behind the War on Terror and experience the real terror as, with the revelation of the Shiite Twelfth Imam, jihad moves onto the offensive and the plan for world domination unfolds. In Israel, a militant Jewish organisation razes the Dome of the Rock, and the region is plunged into war. Out of the conflagration, a New Order is birthed; one that ultimately intends to destroy the Holy Land.
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.
World government under one man becomes a reality in 2013, plunging the planet onto a roller-coaster from which it seems unlikely to ever recover. At the same time, this is a novel with a human face: the story of a family living in Beirut during a time of protracted war and upheaval.
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.