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The Enlightened Ones

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This science fiction novel takes place in the early 21st century, perhaps a parallel universe that closely mimics our own, where an investigative reporter Jake Sills uncovers ancient secrets about who is behind events occurring in the world. He stumbles upon an intergalactic war that has been happening for millenia whose final stage unfolds here on earth. Join Jake and a host of other characters as they traverse intrigue, adventure, danger, and the occult as they discover the true origins of "The Enlightened ...
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Overview

This science fiction novel takes place in the early 21st century, perhaps a parallel universe that closely mimics our own, where an investigative reporter Jake Sills uncovers ancient secrets about who is behind events occurring in the world. He stumbles upon an intergalactic war that has been happening for millenia whose final stage unfolds here on earth. Join Jake and a host of other characters as they traverse intrigue, adventure, danger, and the occult as they discover the true origins of "The Enlightened Ones."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451540406
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/14/2010
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Meet the Author

Keith David Henry was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. By trade he is a Systems Engineer, a Certified Trainer, and a published author. He has been an Information Technology professional for over twenty-nine years, and has been an adult educator since 1986.

Keith's eclectic background includes more than thirty-three years as an artist and a creative and technical writer. His involvement with and interest in Particle Physics early on in his career and up to this date, his proclivity toward astrophysics theory, and his general aptitude for scientific cogitation adds a technical edge to his fluent, easy-to-read, and pleasant writing style which is accented by his clever wit and skillful prose.

Having previously been a Pentecostal Minister for a church in Philadelphia he later turned his sights to more esoteric pursuits, becoming conscientiously involved in the study and practice of various metaphysical disciplines. His reevaluation of mainstream religion coupled with his trademark sense of curiosity and propensity toward research opened up a whole new venue of expression for him. He prides himself on his wide range of general knowledge within this venue and has over the years become a Theoretical Metaphisicist.

Keith is the host of the Internet talk radio program "Progressions of Consciousness" which airs daily on the Community Listening Network station (CLNradio.com), the number one rated Internet Radio station in its genre today. Topics of discussion include metaphysics, philosophy, and other esoteric subject of interest.

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