Jerusalem Revisited by George Weisz

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"Mark Weber, the sole owner and chief executive of a worldwide multilayer conglomerate returned home after an exhausting week.
Quickly retiring and falling into a deep sleep, he dreamed that he mysteriously appeared in Jerusalem during the time of the final days of Christ.  He was given the gift of tongues, being able to read and speak all languages.  He also had the ability to converse telepathically.  During his brief visit, he became romantically involved with the daughter of a biblical personality.  Returning to his own bed, he was in shock when he awoke and realized that it had not been a dream.
He revisited Jerusalem as he had fallen in love with the daughter, and although he knew that it was impossible to ever see her again, he felt the urge to be close to where he had last been with her.  During this trip he met two others who had an experience similar to his and on the same night.  They were also granted the gift of conversing in all languages including telepathic ability.
It developed that they were the only apparent opposition to a totally capable and evil super genius, who had charmed most people of the world, and was well along in his intent to be their ruler.
Many attempts on their lives were made by the evil genius, as he was aware that only they knew the truth about him, and could ruin his well laid plans."

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Published June 8, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 248 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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