What if the ancient prophets of Israel and other lands were really great wizards, wielding the timeless wisdom and techniques of Jewish mysticism and magic called Kabbalah? What if they were members of a worldwide multicultural group called The Conclave of the Nevee whose goal is to restore humanity to a level of consciousness where the true interconnectedness of all people, things, and traditions is an ever-present reality and the distinction between the magical and the mundane no longer exists? Finally, what if the story of one of the greatest wizards of all time, Elijah the Nevee (Hebrew for "prophet"), is told from his orphaned boyhood beginnings, through his whisking away into the whirlwind wizard training of the magical Conclave, and up to his supposed departure from this world? If Elijah ever left this world, why is the National Security Agency engaged in an operation to recover a repository of scrolls found under the Sphinx after a renowned archaeologist swears that he met Elijah there? In the context of compelling fiction, the author explores and transmits the doctrines of authentic Jewish mysticism in an understandable and entertaining way.