Twenty-one year old Sloan Murphy is an only child born into a privileged family living in Manhattan. He had always had all he could ever want or need, including working as a professional artist, which he truly enjoyed. But he couldn’t shake this feeling of not belonging. He craved authentic, soulful happiness, and he couldn't understand why he didn’t feel this or even see it in modern society. Sloan often thought this feeling could be related strange memories he had from childhood, seemingly supernatural episodes that he knew weren’t humanly possible. One memory in particular haunted him, the painful day when he was eight years and his dear caregiver Maria mysteriously disappeared. Daphne is very far from home, but she immediately recognizes Sloan on the streets of Manhattan, and he is exposed. Sloan is forced to confront what she knows about him, leading them on a journey so perilous and seductive, stopping was not an option. Through their travels, Sloan and Daphne are drawn into the mysterious world of ritualistic traditions, beginning in Native American territories, and eventually leading them to Europe. They discover secrets from ancient civilizations with immense socio-political consequences, and Sloan is the common denominator. Sloan’s true identity will be revealed to the world – altering human history forever. To what lengths will he go to ensure the world knows the truth? It was time to revitalize a society that had lost its soul, its very reason to exist.