The Mayan Prophecy (Mayan Trilogy, Book 1)
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US Title: Domain - Series is also referred to as "Domain Trilogy" after US title for Book One
65 Million Years ago...
An asteroid impacts Earth, forever changing life on our planet. Only the object wasn't an asteroid...
For 32 years, archaeologist Julius Gabriel has investigated the Mayan Calendar, a 2,500 year old enigma of time and space that predicts Humanity will perish on December 21st, 2012 (winter solstice). Julius believes certain unexplainable sites: The Great Pyramid of Giza, Stonehenge, the giant desert drawings of the Nazca Plateau, the Temple of Angkor Wat, the Pyramid of the Sun, and the key site--the Kukulcan Pyramid in Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula (site of the ancient asteroid impact) represent pieces of a global puzzle linked to the salvation of our species.
Ridiculed by his peers, Julius dies before he can solve the Doomsday prophecy. Now, only one person can prevent our annihilation--Julius's son, Michael, a patient locked up in a Miami mental asylum.
palm. She peels off several bills. “Here, take this—” “No, señorita—” “Please. If you happen to run into him, or if you know someone who might know how to get word to him, tell him that Dominique needs to see him. Tell him it’s a matter of life and death.” The Mayan guide sees the desperation in her eyes. “The person you seek—is he your boyfriend?” “A close friend.” The guide stares off in the distance for several moments, contemplating. “Take the day and enjoy Chichén Itza. Treat yourself
daring expedition in 1492.) To this day, the 14th-century Piri Re’is map remains an enigma, for upon it appeared not just the undiscovered landmass of Antarctica, but the continent’s geology, drawn as if the terrain possessed no ice. Satellite radar scans have since confirmed the incredible accuracy of the map, further baffling scientists as to how anyone could have drawn the charts without the aid of an airplane. Perhaps the same way these very Nazca figures were drawn. Like the Piri Re’is
agricultural terraces built along steep mountain slopes. The bearded one is also believed to have been the artist who created the older, more sophisticated drawings of Nazca. Although he is known by different names among various Andean cultures, the Inca worshiped him simply as Viracocha, meaning “foam from the sea.” Like Kukulcan among the Maya and Quetzalcoatl to the Aztecs, Viracocha is the most revered figure in Inca history. Were the Viracochas of 400 BC his ancestors? Could he be a
clammy, almost yellow, with black blotches appearing along both upper and lower extremities.” Colonel Ruetenik gently manipulates pockets of blood beneath the skin of Ellis’s arm. “Third spacing is evident along both upper extremities—” Dr. Juarez sits next to his patient, who appears to be coming out of his stupor. “Try not to move, Mr. Ellis. You’ve come in contact with some kind of—” “—my fucking head is killing me.” Ellis sits up suddenly, black blood dripping from both nostrils. “Who the
there?” I’ve missed you. “Who are you? Where am I? What is this place?” We used to call Nazca our own private little purgatory, do you remember, Michael? Or has that brilliant mind of yours finally failed you after so many lonely years in the asylum? Mick feels his heart flutter. Scorching tears stream down his beet red cheeks. “Pop? Pop, is that really you? Am I dead? Pop, where are you? I can’t see you. How can you be here? Where is here?” Come to me, Michael, and I’ll show you. In a