Transylvanian Sunrise

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A mysterious scientist by the name of David Anderson made an eventful trip to Romania in 1999. Dr. Anderson, who is credited by the U.S. government as having developed advanced time-warp field technology, established diplomatic connections on this trip to Romania where he also set up an advanced research facility dedicated to studying the mathematics of time travel. Upon his return to the United States, Dr. Anderson visited Preston Nichols and Peter Moon, internationally known authors of “The Montauk Project: ...
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Overview

A mysterious scientist by the name of David Anderson made an eventful trip to Romania in 1999. Dr. Anderson, who is credited by the U.S. government as having developed advanced time-warp field technology, established diplomatic connections on this trip to Romania where he also set up an advanced research facility dedicated to studying the mathematics of time travel. Upon his return to the United States, Dr. Anderson visited Preston Nichols and Peter Moon, internationally known authors of “The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time,” and introduced himself. At Dr. Anderson’s suggestion, a collaboration with Peter Moon began which was brief, tenuous and eventually aborted due to security considerations as a result of a logistical attack on a similar time research center that had been set up on Long Island. Dr. Anderson’s continued journeys to Romania eventually resulted in connecting Peter Moon with a Romanian publisher and Radu Cinamar, a member of the Romanian Intelligence Service’s occult department. The purpose of this collaboration has to do with what is arguably the most significant archaeological discovery in the history of Mankind: a mysterious holographic hall of records that utilizes technology far beyond the concepts of modern science. Transylvanian Sunrise is the story of this mysterious discovery and the political intrigue surrounding it, all capably told by Radu Cinamar. After Peter Moon secured the publishing rights to this remarkable story, Dr. Anderson invited him to Romania where he has pursued these mysteries one step further. The story is inside this book and waiting to be read. 288 pages, $22.00, ISBN 978-0-9678162-5-8
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  • ISBN-13: 9780967816258
  • Publisher: Sky Books
  • Publication date: 5/27/2009
  • Pages: 284
  • Sales rank: 305,992
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Radu Cinamar is a Romanian author and a very mysterious figure who was chosen by the head of Department Zero, the most secretive department of the Romanian government's intelligence network to write about what was found from the secret excavations beneath the Romanian Sphinx in 2003. He was subsequently recruited to work for Department Zero and has worked there for several years. Radu has four books about his various experiences. Peter Moon is an American publisher who has edited the English versions of Radu’s work and maintains a correspondence with him and several other Romanians. Peter is also the author and publisher of the Montauk Project books series which brought him to the attention of the Romanians.
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