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Men In Black...An Ancient Manuscript...A City that Isn't Supposed to Exist...No matter how paranoid you are, you're not paranoid enough!
Mitchell Sinclair is an innocent man who accidentally comes into possession of an ancient text. Soon he is being chased to the ends of the earth, pursued by shadowy forces who seem intent on getting the book back and eliminating all evidence of it. As he attempts to stay alive and translate the mysterious document he uncovers horrific and ominous details of an ancient, worldwide conspiracy. But the question is, can he find the answers he seeks before he loses everything?
City of Pillars charts one man's journey into madness, past the narrow confines of Western notions of reason and scientific reality. As he decodes more and more of the secrets of the City of Pillars, Sinclair is pushed farther and farther outside the bounds of traditional society and is forced to discard his morality piece by piece to stay alive. He is forced to answer the question:
How far a I willing to go to uncover the truth?
About the Author
The name 'Dominic Peloso' has a Kabbalistic value of 284.
Despite being very well rounded, he is usually obtuse and is rather pointed despite not being too sharp. He holds MS degrees in Nuclear Physics, Environmental Engineering, and Biochemistry. He knows how to build a nuclear weapon, and has taught classes in the subject at the Joint Military Intelligence College. Due to what can only be attributed to a clerical error, he has been allowed to freely roam the halls of the Pentagon, CIA, NSA, and a few places that don't even officially exist. He is currently developing environmentally friendly ways to dispose of chemical weapons left over from the Cold War. Besides writing subversive novels, his hobbies include; esoteric gnostic religions, hermeticism, tribal art, ethical philosophy, particle physics, environmental extremism, 20th century literature, feng shui, international politics, '80s dreampop, and several other things that absolutely no one else seems to be interested in. Although he sometimes wears black, he adamantly denies being affiliated in any way with the Knights Templar, Illuminati, or the Rosicrucians.
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- Paperback: 220 pages
- Publisher: Invisible College Press (December 1, 2000)
- ISBN-10: 1931468001
- ISBN-13: 978-1931468008
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