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Maya by Dane Alexander
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0967961904, Hardcover)

In a mysterious cave in the Grand Canyon, Rig King, accompanied by the ethereal and bright Lyra, discovers a strange and ancient treasure that could disprove the timeline of the Bible. Its out-of-this-world guardians give chase and Rig is accused of two set-up murders. Based on factual world-events, its political intrigue magnifies the story's intensity. Maya teaches that there exists an ancient, scientific code enabling the average person to stop global warming, terrorism, and all the other crises pushing the planet toward self-destruction. This secret, Alexander reveals, is hinted at in Jesus' mysterious prophecy: "These things (miracles) and greater, shall they (modern man) also do." This is a read meant for those who enjoy mystery and adventures, yet demand cold, hard science and real politics. This is the first in an intended five book, four movie series.

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