LOVE IN THE TIME OF TERROR
Paranormal abilities, secret experiments, terrorism, mind control and modern religious wars... how do all these play out and impinge upon the human soul on such an historical stage set?
How can a peaceful and humane 21st century be created?
The story of this novel is a mixture of fiction and historical facts, with a surprising turn of events, at times even baffling to the reader. Not only does it directly, honestly and confidently take on the pressing issues of our time, but it allows the reader entry into a world beyond everyday concerns.
Carla, the Hungarian female heroine born in Iran, is keen on unveiling the real tragedies taking place behind the scenes of our everyday lives. She discovers the inside maze of secret service agencies which incites debates on serious and controversial global issues, thus allowing us to re-evaluate our convictions and ultimately come up with answers on our own.
The heroine is much more than a secret service agent: she is a woman with paranormal abilities and a very sensitive soul. Why is she then involved in the tough world of secret service and lethal terrorism? The story itself is the shocking answer.
The circumstances of the baffling bombing attack are more than unique: the bombs attached to the young assassin were empty! The missing identity of the assassin and the unusual background connections immediately create a highly classified case for the secret services. The investigation is an experiment in that it utilizes paranormal abilities and methods that have never been integrated into the investigative process which is why Carla is assigned as chief investigator.
Carla sees a picture of a very corrupt international conspiracy at the highest levels of governments that include secret psychological and biological experiments on involuntary humans and using many different unauthorized mind control techniques. She realizes that her role here is to defend the boy who was violently used and abused into corruption by these authorities.
An important and crucial question is hanging over the reader's head throughout the story: can we merely and easily make the line-end terrorist responsible for all the fear and evil going on in Earth?
The scenes take place in the UK, Iran, Iraq and Syria. The story ends in the unknown underground chambers under the Egyptian pyramids where the descendants of an old civilization still remain in order to help those of us above the surface of the Earth to change back to the highly-evolved spiritually beings we once used to be.
As the final words of the novel promises:
"During devastating wars on Earth flowers still bloom,
amidst rampant epidemics birds continue singing,
and even in times of terror, love is born."