It's 2029, an asteroid heads for an impact in the Sahara desert following a mysterious change in orbit. Far from being the catastrophic event that had been predicted, an ancient secret is exposed that will re-write the history of mankind.
Was an undiscovered branch of our family tree the foundation for our present civilisation? Who did build the pyramids? What are the markings on the Nazca plain in South America?
The Torah Cult, a secret organisation, created hundreds of years before, will stop at nothing to prevent the release of any information.
Professor Simon Cartwright and Professor Mary Freeman are thrown together in a fast moving adventure where they travel from Timbuktu to Ayers Rock in Australia via Durham and Bangkok, while they battle to stay alive long enough to reveal the truth.
The City Beneath the Sea
What is the strange formation on the Atlantic sea-bed?
Could this be the fabled Atlantis?
Is it an ancient Orbiane city, flooded after the end of the last ice-age?
Following Mary and Si's previous experience,
they investigate discoveries from the mid-Atlantic to Egypt.
There they find more questions;
Did the Egyptians build the Giza pyramids?
How did they carve and move the massive stones?
Their discoveries challenge our accepted view of human pre-history.
But they are not the only ones interested in these discoveries.
While searching for the truth, they have to ensure that these discoveries don't fall into the wrong hands.
'Homo intellectus', (£6.99)
'Orbianna - The City Beneath the Sea' (£7.99)
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