Einstein's Mistake

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Einstein's Mistake

Authored by Werner Krieglstein

Einstein was wrong! In 2027, an experiment conducted beneath the icy waters of Lake Baikal proves that the fourth dimension is not time, but a wellspring of consciousness known to ancient philosophers as the mysterious Akashik field. Jesse Barker, a world-renowned particle physicist, discovers the mathematical algorithm to control this field, but he immediately realizes that having access to this new reality would give anyone disturbing power over the human mind. Afraid that the currently ruling science elite would ruthlessly exploit his insight, Jesse withdraws into academic obscurity. When Jesse's wife and daughter mysteriously vanish, his life begins to unravel. Summoned by the mighty science council to interpret the results of the Lake Baikal experiment Jesse refuses to comply and escapes. His treacherous journey across the globe and through previously unknown mental states culminates in Jesse taking part in a Siberian bear ritual during which he falls into an irreversible coma. Eager to get a hand on his formula, government agents find and preserve his body in suspended animation for a possible later awakening. At this crucial moment, Jesse's stepdaughter, Melissa, carries on her father's mission. Endowed with the tribal wisdom of her native people - her biological father was Hopi - Melissa follows a call to the Altai Mountains. On way to this ancient cradle of civilization, she finds herself joined by millions of seekers expecting the revelation of an important prophecy. When government agents find out about the planned assembly they ruthlessly exterminate all those gathered. But the holocaust is unable to stop the good news. Through the power of the newly contacted field the prophecy spreads among the people of the world, and Melissa becomes the spokesperson of the new world order. She brings with her a hopeful message of empowerment and self-design.

Publication Date:
1451576773 / 9781451576771
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / General

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