The Sacred Rota

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WAKING GOD BOOK II: THE SACRED ROTA opens doors that many would prefer stay closed. Continuing with the fast paced action of Book I, humanity is beset with growing problems reminiscent of the ancient Biblical plagues. The battle between the Archangel Michael and Mantrella (a.k.a. Lucifer) intensifies as conception of the Old Testament's Adam becomes a certainty. The rise to power of the UN's David Dajjal, a puppet of Michael's, sets the stage for world domination by the Bilderberg Group. New information is ...

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WAKING GOD BOOK II: THE SACRED ROTA opens doors that many would prefer stay closed. Continuing with the fast paced action of Book I, humanity is beset with growing problems reminiscent of the ancient Biblical plagues. The battle between the Archangel Michael and Mantrella (a.k.a. Lucifer) intensifies as conception of the Old Testament's Adam becomes a certainty. The rise to power of the UN's David Dajjal, a puppet of Michael's, sets the stage for world domination by the Bilderberg Group. New information is revealed about the Tarot Code, the blueprint for man's future spiritual and physical evolution, and the role of the church's Sacred Rota in the epic conspiracy to keep humanity in ignorance and ancient institutions in power. Will the hidden god seed in our DNA be activated with Adam's birth or will secret powers maintain their domination of our destiny?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781934037492
  • Publisher: Literaryroad.com
  • Publication date: 2/20/2009
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 0.42 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted March 10, 2011

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    A Great Read II

    Waking God II The Sacred Rota, by Brian L Doe and Philip F Harris.
    The Sacred Rota, the second novel in the Waking God trilogy, has now been reissued by All Things That Matter Press in a new, non-expurgated edition. A useful chapter-by-chapter plot summary of book I is included. Those who have already enjoyed book one will find the outline sufficient to remind them of the rich details of the first book. Since it is only a bare outline, however, those who have not read book one would be better off to start, as Aristotle suggested a few years back, at the beginning.
    To say The Sacred Rota merely continues the story would be unfair. This book is even more exciting and its plot even more swiftly moving than the first. The characters first introduced in Waking God are fleshed out more and their significance in the themes made more clear. Along the way there are many wonderful new characters and events, such as the Battle of the Big Horses, to enjoy. Along the way, too, much esoteric information, such as the history and meaning of the Tarot cards, the chakras, and meanings of the names and signifigence of the archangels is imparted. As in any good novel, though, the insights you receive, however interesting, are only secondary to story. And The Sacred Rota is a great story.
    --Review by Sandy Cohen, author of Revelations: A Novel, The Viper's Son, Norman Mailer's Novels, Bernard Malamud and the Trial by Love, and Professor of Literature

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  • Posted March 9, 2011

    Even more intense

    The Sacred Rota is the second installment of The Waking God Trilogy, and I began reading it immediately upon finishing Book I. I must say, I'm not only intellectually stimulated by the questions the authors present (not impose) but I'm riveted. This book seems even more fast-paced and addictive than the first. There's the thrill of constant action with the backdrop of larger questions--questions about religious dogma, yes, but more about what drives dogma: the human frailty of being pulled between our fear-driven desires to make everything black and white (in the wide variety of mythical and religious ways we attempt this) and our innate power to be content spiritually. Yet, this is my take. Yours may be different--the beauty of this series! I'm eager to dig in to the third book. This trilogy is perfect for book clubs, perfect because there is so much room for conversation.

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