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The Nightmares of God: A Story of the Death and Rebirth of the Universe

by Michael Davies

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A new spiritual force is approaching Earth. This force is greater than anything seen on Earth before and as it nears, the world changes dramatically and sometimes catastrophically. People begin to discover new powers and awareness in them and religious institutions shake and sometimes collapse. Nothing can ever be the same again. But this force, an "Infinite Soul," has a mission. Humanity as a species is sick and must be healed before the single biggest event since the "Big Bang" can occur. The entity we have known as "God" is beginning to awaken from many millions of years of sleep and without a healed Humanity, it cannot happen. But other forces are also awakening, forces of immense evil and power and the Universe is heading for the ultimate battle between good and evil, the battle for the Throne of Heaven itself and if the forces of evil triumph, then all of Creation will be lost in a night of eternal blackness. The story begins in the present and runs through the near future later in this century, before heading many thousands of years ahead then millions of years before the final, cataclysmic confrontation as the Universe dies

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