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By Whitley Strieber

December 21, 2012, could be probably the most watched dates in historical past. each 26,000 years, Earth traces up with the precise middle of our galaxy. At 11:11 on December 21, 2012, this occasion occurs back, and the traditional Maya calculated that it is going to mark the top, not just of this age, yet of human awareness as we all know it. But what is going to really occur? the top of the area? a brand new age for mankind? not anything? The final time this occurred, Cro-Magnon guy abruptly started growing nice artwork within the caves of southern France, which to this present day is still essentially the most inexplicable alterations in human historical past.  Now Whitley Strieber explores 2012 in a towering paintings of fiction that would astound readers with its actually new insights and a riveting roller-coaster ride of a story. A mysterious alien presence abruptly bursts out of sacred websites around the globe and starts to rip human souls from their our bodies, plunging the realm into chaos it hasn't ever sooner than recognized.  Courage meets cowardice, loyalty meets betrayal as a complete global struggles to outlive this remarkable end-all war. Heroes emerge, villains show themselves, and after all whatever thoroughly new and unforeseen occurs that instantly lifts the fictitious characters right into a new existence, and sounds a haunting real-world caution for the longer term.

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Energy is indeed immortal. But could it be conscious in its own right outside of the body, or remain a coherent structure after death? Martin didn't understand how that could be, and he doubted that anybody else did, either. He did understand the extraordinary irony that the attack on the soul was what had led to its discovery. The scientific community's soul blindness had only been lifted when the human soul began to be taken, and we could see, hear, and feel the consequences. To Martin, as a scientist, this did not mean that the gods were therefore real.

She, also, had heard the bells ringing, and had come in to listen at the window. She was haggard and had a shotgun in her hands-not a good one like his, but rather an old tengauge that had seen better days-much better ones. Then he noticed that he was typing. The damndest thing, he hadn't even realized it. His eyes were closed, but he could hear it. Feel it in his fingers. He tried to draw his hands away from the keyboard, couldn't. "Lindy," he said. Sweet name. She drew her head back from the window and started out of the room.

Could not. He called Brooke, but nothing came out. The room in Martin and Lindy's house became more clear. He could see a woman-Lindy. Kind of pretty. Scientific looking. Not gorgeous like Brooke. She, also, had heard the bells ringing, and had come in to listen at the window. She was haggard and had a shotgun in her hands-not a good one like his, but rather an old tengauge that had seen better days-much better ones. Then he noticed that he was typing. The damndest thing, he hadn't even realized it.

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