A very thoughtful review of our multi-dimensional novel, The Voice!

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Real-world current events, mythology, ascension prophecy and a gripping storyline come together in The Voice. Co-author Paul Fitzgerald is the main character who uncovers a metaphysical conspiracy dating back hundreds of years and in the process awakens to a new dimension of reality, fueled by holographic technology, where dreams, ghosts, angels and ancient goddesses are as powerful as the three-dimensional “solid” world around us.

A series of dreams about the “Black Knight”, Paul’s 12th century Irish ancestor, begins to awaken him to this new reality and the threads connecting historical events and actors ranging from the Crusades to the Knights Templar to Queen Elizabeth and her mystical advisors to JFK and modern-day Afghanistan. The plot, based on solid historical research, centers around the Geraldine clan of Ireland whose descendants include John Fitzgerald Kennedy. While reading The Voice I experienced intuitions, dreams and synchronicities similar to those the authors wrote about. First published in 2000, The Voice is more relevant than ever in the context of current global events.

For further exploration I also recommend reading “Family of Secrets”, Russ Baker’s meticulously documented investigation of the Bush family and its rise to political power. According to a 2008 article in the Guardian, George Bush is a descendent of Lord Gilbert de Clare or “Strongbow”, the 12th century Earl of Pembroke, whose modern-day reincarnation is the primary villain in The Voice. Also check out the authors’ website grailwerk.com for more information about the philosophy and history that inspired The Voice

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