Sigma Rising

Sigma Rising

by John Randolph Price
     
 

In the year 2021, twelve men and women in high government posts suddenly disappear. When it is realized that the spouses are also missing, the FBI launches a multi-pronged investigation along with a complete media blackout.

Kidnapping by a foreign terrorist group is suspected, but after discovering that there were no witnesses, signs of struggle, or evidence…  See more details below

Overview

In the year 2021, twelve men and women in high government posts suddenly disappear. When it is realized that the spouses are also missing, the FBI launches a multi-pronged investigation along with a complete media blackout.

Kidnapping by a foreign terrorist group is suspected, but after discovering that there were no witnesses, signs of struggle, or evidence of foul play, intelligence services consider the possibility that the group left of their own accord and now represent a threat to our national security.

Keri Winslow, a Washington television reporter, and Phillip Lansing, White House correspondent for a major network, find the location of the missing VIPs and are soon involved in the unraveling of an ancient mystery that has been fearfully controversial for centuries-that there are those among us who are not of this world.

The characters in Sigma Rising are strong and memorable as they move through the twists and turns of a frenzied nation, clandestine meetings, paranormal experiences, grief and new found love, and a greater understanding about life and death.

The secrets of the benevolent beings who have been active on Earth for two million years is finally revealed. Although based on the spiritual truth of Ancient Wisdom with valid insights on the meaning of illusion and reality, this is basically a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are the product of the author's imagination.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015932812
Publisher:
eBookIt.com
Publication date:
11/02/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
934,159
File size:
511 KB

Meet the Author

John Randolph Price is an internationally known lecturer and author of eighteen nonfiction books incorporating ancient wisdom, contemporary metaphysics and spiritual philosophy. Several of his books have been national bestsellers.

He is a graduate of the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio and Television. Later in his career he was executive vice president of a Chicago advertising and public relations agency, and followed as president and CEO of a Houston-based agency. In the 1970s, Price was the recipient of several Grand Prix Awards for best consumer advertising. He also wrote and produced a series of documentary films for the U.S. Department of Energy, for which he received a special commendation for excellence.

In 1981, with the publishing of his first book, The Superbeings, he and his wife, Jan, formed The Quartus Foundation for Spiritual Research. John is chairman of the board. He has since been the keynote speaker for such organizations as the National Peace Symposium, the Sun Valley Mountain Wellness Festival, the Association for Research and Enlightenment, the International New Thought Alliance, and the Center for Positive Living. Teaming with Jan, he has conducted hundreds of workshops from coast to coast on material from his books.

He and Jan were the originators of World Healing Day that began on December 31, 1986, with over 500-million participants world wide, and the event has continued each year on the same date. In recognition of this effort for peace, they were presented the Light of God Expressing Award by the Association of Unity Churches in 1986. John was also named the recipient of the 1992 Humanitarian Award presented by the International New Thought Alliance, and in 1994 he was presented the INTA's International Joseph Murphy Award for his distinguished service to the New Thought Movement and in recognition of the contribution that his books have made to positive living throughout the world.

In 2001, he was given a doctorate degree by the Emerson Institute in recognition of his work, and in 2003, the Holmes Institute conferred upon him the Doctor of Humane Letters. In 2007, he was named one of the world's 500 leading visionaries by The Visionaries Project in England.

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