A manuscript of life
by Lorin Brandon
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Pub Date 08 Dec 2022 | Archive Date Not set
The most hopelessly enslaved consider themselves free...
A mysterious, ancient manuscript is found two miles underground in a goldmine. Archaeologists are fascinated, and the story gains the attention of the Vatican.
Archaeologist Dr. Manuel Consuelo is intrigued by the artifact, and believes it will divulge information never previously accessible to humans. This other-worldly manuscript will confirm his notions, once he is finally able to examine it, under the watchful eye of the Vatican.
However, his conclusions outrage the clergy. Is humanity free, or are we the subjects of invisible overlords? Is control exerted on this earth through the reign of kings, priests and dictators, as shills for the overlords?
In this remarkable novel, author Lorin Brandon imagines human existence in a different light; one that establishes our true existence and allows us to imagine greater freedoms, instead of complacent control and manipulation. Perhaps this artifact possesses the potential to enable humanity to envision a more liberated, truthful existence.
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