Aphina Vampire Nexus [NOOK Book]

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An epic novel, Aphina Vampire Nexus blends scientific theory into a science fiction, fantasy, and action format to bring the theory to life.

The book builds on the recent fascination with the correct translation of the Mayan calendar regarding Dec.21st 2012, and the true orbit of Nibiru, with its supposed returning giant Annunaki and Nephilim. Other theories are introduced that revolve around these scientific principles to form an interesting...
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Aphina Vampire Nexus

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Overview

An epic novel, Aphina Vampire Nexus blends scientific theory into a science fiction, fantasy, and action format to bring the theory to life.

The book builds on the recent fascination with the correct translation of the Mayan calendar regarding Dec.21st 2012, and the true orbit of Nibiru, with its supposed returning giant Annunaki and Nephilim. Other theories are introduced that revolve around these scientific principles to form an interesting novel. For example, the book discusses the actual meaning of 666 as well as who built the pyramids and when, and how the dinosaurs became extinct.

Various disciplines are used in the book including: anthropology, mathematics, physics, metallurgy, eschatology, political, theology, archeology, philosophy, psychology, evolutionism, chemistry, astrophysics, and general science.

Vampires and vampire hunters shake up the action, along with UFOs and aliens.

The book discusses additional details such as: the Mayan Calendar, Nibiru orbit, Planet X, Annunaki, Nephilim, Giants, Sons of God, Area 51, UFOs, , Gray & Dracs, Ancient Aliens, Extraterrestrials, E.T., Sumerian gods returning, Pyramids, Vampires, Dracula, Shadow creatures, Inter-dimensional beings, Shads, Sasquatch, Big Foot, Yeti, Mermaids, God, Egyptian Pyramids, Central American Pyramids, How the pyramids were built, Who built the pyramids, Pyramid power, Conspiracy theory, Reptilians, Millennium, Millennial Rule, Mind Control, Mind marking, Stonehenge, Sumerian gods, Cuneiform, Dooms day, End of the World, End time church, Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon Man, Mark of the Beast, 666, Anti-Christ, Synchronicity, End time, Lost Worlds, Interplanetary travel, Vedas, Dwarka, Zombies, Gun control, Vaccination, Tesla, Tesla coil, Election 2012, December 21, 2012, Nexus, Matrix, Martial arts action, JFK assassination, Unified theory, Jesus, 144,000, Man Child, Mother ships, flying saucers, Intergalactic warfare, Military, Militia, Time travel, clones, cyborgs, Gene manipulation, RFID chip, Monsters, Genetic spicing, Cone heads, Prepping, Peppers, Apocalypse, Noah’s flood, Noah’s ark, Ark of the Covenant, Extinction of the Dinosaurs, T-Rex, Voter fraud, Gobekli Tepe, Mermaids, GMO, Lost continent of Atlantis, Alien invasion, Hybrid creatures, Nazi brain washing, High command, Flying saucer propulsion systems, Voter fraud, Election fraud, and Secession. There is truly something for everyone!

The story begins with the escape of an out-of-this-world genius who has been held captive, and from there goes from action to science and back to mystery.

The book is written to inform and entertain all at the same time.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015721010
  • Publisher: Gordon Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 624 KB

Meet the Author

Jim Gordon was born in Portland, Oregon to a father who told him they were descended from the first Europeans to sail up the Columbia River in May 1792. His mother’s side of the family was Basque from Spain by way of Mexico.

Jim is a product of spiritual forces and concepts handed down from his parents and grandparents. At three years old, he asked his mother to teach him to read (his father had read the entire world book before the age of eight), but his mother had read in a psychology book not to teach a child that young to read. By the time he reached the first grade, Jim had decided reading was a waste of time, so even though he tested well above his grade level in word comprehension and in math he still had trouble with spelling and punctuation. As he got older his spelling improved and he began to believe there was hope for his English classes.

When he was younger, Jim’s parents believe bicycles were dangerous, so they didn’t want him to ride one. They told Jim they would get him a car when he got older instead. In the eighth grade they got him a yellow Chevy with a black top and a rake on it (that is, the front end was lowered). He had to drive it at night because he couldn’t get a license at thirteen - much less car insurance - and his father believed that kids just needed to have fun.

At school Jim was the only one with long hair (this was before the Beatles). He was not a hippy. At school there seemed to be two classes of kids: athletes and preppies with very short crew cuts except the girls, and the other was kids with slightly longer hair with grease in it. Jim’s hair was much longer with no grease in it, and he was always getting kicked out of school for needing a haircut. The kids with long hair weren’t supposed to be the ones who knew all the answers, got A’s and led the discussions.

Jim grew up Catholic, but one day while attending Catholic grade school he realized that there were no miracles or healing and therefore no authority in the church so he left the church and became a psychic healer. He healed a lot of people until he met a Jewish apostle who bound the spirit he was talking to and commanded it to tell the truth. When Jim asked it who it served, it confessed that it served Satan. Jim asked his Christian Jewish friend what to do, and Jim came to know Jesus at that point.

Jim studied Kung Fu and Kempo for over 20 years.
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  • Posted January 6, 2013

    Alphina Vampire Nexus by Jim Gordon is a compelling, and imagina

    Alphina Vampire Nexus by Jim Gordon is a compelling, and imaginative Sci Fi Fantasy extravaganza of wickedly well written research about scientific facts that will open your eyes to a new world. Some questions may still be left unanswered and the airy cool of mystery may still puzzle us. But this is one must read book

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    Posted January 2, 2013

    This is the best book I have read in many years. Once you start

    This is the best book I have read in many years. Once you start to read it you cannot put it down. Fasten your seat belt this is non-stop action book with very accurate researched historical facts. This book answers the questions I have always had. Where did the UFOS and Ancient Giants came from and many very intriguing facts? I recommend this book to all of my graduate students as a must read.

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