By David Hatcher Childress

With wit and humor, well known misplaced towns writer David Hatcher Childress takes us world wide and again in his trippy finale to the misplaced towns sequence. He’s off on an event looking for the apocalypse and finish instances. Childress hits the line from the citadel of Megiddo, the mythical castle in northern Israel the place Armageddon is prophesied to begin. Hitchhiking all over the world, Childress takes us from one event to a different, to historical towns within the deserts and the legends of worlds prior to our personal. Childress muses at the upward thrust and fall of civilizations, and the forces that experience formed mankind over the millennia, together with wars, invasions and cataclysms. He discusses the traditional Armageddons of the earlier, and chronicles fresh heart East advancements and their ominous undertones. meanwhile, he turns into a shipment cult god on a distant island off New Guinea, will get dragged into the Kennedy Assassination by way of one of many “conspirators," investigates a wierd energy working out of the Altai Mountains of Mongolia, and discovers how the Knights Templar and their off-shoots have pushed the area towards an epic conflict situated round Jerusalem and the center East.

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