The Nephilim Imperatives: Dark Sentences [NOOK Book]

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An Islamic military guard sits atop Mount Moriah while the millennium changes. The heavens above boil and rumble with an approaching storm. Soon the amazed Arab sees things that stupefy him. The very air charges with other worldly electricity, and soon visions of things to come overwhelm him.
Saudi terrorists congregate 18 days later in the White Mountains of Afghanistan, preparing to film their preparations, and last will and testaments for those vowed to carry out allah's will...
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The Nephilim Imperatives: Dark Sentences

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Overview

An Islamic military guard sits atop Mount Moriah while the millennium changes. The heavens above boil and rumble with an approaching storm. Soon the amazed Arab sees things that stupefy him. The very air charges with other worldly electricity, and soon visions of things to come overwhelm him.
Saudi terrorists congregate 18 days later in the White Mountains of Afghanistan, preparing to film their preparations, and last will and testaments for those vowed to carry out allah's will for killing the infidels of the west. Their supreme leader is there to urge them onward. The group will soon become the most infamous of terrorists in the history of man. Osama Bin Laden leaves them, then, and stares into the sky just outside the mountain cave. A disk of solar brightness hovers above the tallest spire of the region, and then is gone.
Blake Robbins works on things to do with military technologies in his 88th floor office of World Trade tower 2 in lower east Manhattan. He is liaison between the U.S. and EU and Transportech, the civilian contractor for those governments joint effort in producing cloaking technologies.
The north World Trade Tower is struck by a jetliner. Robbin's secretary finds him staring at a computer screen whose power looks to be turned off. The monitor has on the darkened screen the words "The Kingdom come"
The smoke from the terrorist attack drifts and covers most of New york City, including the air outside Morgan Lansing's apartment. Her roommate awakens early in the morning, and confronts Morgan's Rottweiler at the end of his mistress's bed. The dog grumbles ominously, and the girl sees a dark cloud-like being exit Morgan's body, and leap through the apartment's wall. She faints into coma.
Morgan's brother, Clark Lansing, talks with his sister from the place of his assignment as a freelance journalist. He is investigating Bigfoot sightings. His interest is life-long, stemming from troubling dreams both he and Morgan have had since childhood.
Their father and mother, Mark and Lori Lansing, have watched their children closely, because of their past history with the same kinds of visitations and experiences with things that can't be explained as part of the natural world.
Morgan meets Blake Robbins while jogging behind her Rottweiler in Central Park. The tall, charismatic Robbins seems interested in her, and she later gets a call for her to meet him at a mid-town restaurant. He is a no show, when she and her close friend, Kristi Flanigan, go to the rendezvous.
Morgan's boss at the ad agency wants her to go to dinner with a client's representative. The dinner engagement falls apart, when the man assumes she will be his private plaything, while in the city. Her boss apologizes, and she is promoted to account executive. Soon, Blake Robbins is at her office building, talking her into representing his firm in the area of public relations for her ad firm.
Her brother, Clark, is contacted by a mystery woman, and soon she has convinced him he should meet her in Colorado. She is a mole within the Defense Department, and wants to divulge things about DOD treatment of Islamic prisoners as part of her real passion to see to it that prisoners are treated fairly. She will clue Clark in on the Bigfoot sightings and what they are all about, in exchange for him to do an expose on the treatment of prisoners.
Morgan begins to become infatuated with Robbins, while Clark finds the woman irresistible.
Robbins takes Morgan to the top secret facility in the Colorado mountains. Clark meets the girl in a town near the same facility. They drive into the inner-mountain complex. Neither Morgan, nor Clark know they are both being drawn into a plot that is beyond top secret.
When Lori and Mark Lansing haven't heard from their children, they worry. They try to find answers to their sudden silence.
Christopher Banyon, who like the Lansings was involved in strange governmental/paranormal occurrences in the late 1960s, sees a troubling vision, of the sort he hasn't had since those past times. Suzi and he contact Lori and Mark, and they decide they must look further into the intrigues involved.
George Jenkins, a black ops chieftain within the Department of Defense, carries on super-secret projects, among them experiments with the RAPTURE device (Rapid Atomic Particle Transmolecular Unification Reassembly Energizer). This and other technologies are spawned from Roswell and before, and has been in development since the 1960s. Additionally, a paranormal unit conducts experiments with hybrid creatures created through similar reverse-engineered technologies.
Lori and Mark's Christianity will play a key role in the fight against forces that are beyond fighting through other methods.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014762618
  • Publisher: Defender Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/1/2007
  • Series: The Second Coming Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 399
  • Sales rank: 1,130,079
  • File size: 924 KB

Meet the Author

Terry James is author, general editor, and co-author of numerous books on Bible prophecy, hundreds of thousands of which have been sold worldwide. James is a frequent lecturer on the study of end-time phenomena, and interviews often with media on topics involving world issues and events as they might relate to Bible prophecy.

He is an active member of the PreTrib Study Group, a prophecy research think-tank founded by Dr. Tim LaHaye. James and his wife, Margaret, have two sons, Terry Jr., and Nathan. The couple lives near Little Rock, Arkansas.
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