Light's Hand by Steve Hammons

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"In this sequel to his first novel, Mission Into Light, Arizona writer Steve Hammons takes readers on a thought-provoking metaphysical adventure with the top secret ""Joint Reconnaissance Study Group.""

This small Defense Department research group of ten women and men continue their intelligence investigation of unusual phenomena: UFOs, near-death experiences, ESP, dolphin intelligence, modern physics, Earth changes theories, deep DNA memory concepts, and Native American culture and legends. Other strange phenomena emerge and challenge the researchers, who travel from their San Diego base to the Four Corners area. Durango, Colorado and Flagstaff, Arizona, as well as the Arizona Sonoran Desert.

The main characters, Mike Green and Air Force Captain Amy Mella, are deployed to the Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona after the National Security Agency reports a strange signal coming from deep space. The message is in Morse code, and in World War II Navajo CodeTalker.

The dedicated researchers put together pieces of a cosmic puzzle just in the nick of time. Because strange and mysterious developments are underway. A sudden increase in crop circles, requests for safehouses on higher ground, and an ancient Cherokee legend are parts of this puzzle.

A breakthrough occurs when a strange event and process kicks the researchers into high gear, and they act as a rapid response team to the site of a possible miracle. Or maybe these events and processes are just natural. Maybe Nature, Earth, and the Great Spirit are revealing phenomena the human race is finally ready to understand."
 

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In this sequel to his first novel, Mission Into Light, Arizona writer Steve Hammons takes readers on a thought-provoking metaphysical adventure with the top secret "Joint Reconnaissance Study Group." This small Defense Department research group of ten women and men continue their intelligence investigation of unusual phenomena: UFOs, near-death experiences, ESP, dolphin intelligence, modern physics, Earth changes theories, deep DNA memory concepts, and Native American culture and legends. Other strange phenomena emerge and challenge the researchers, who travel from their San Diego base to the Four Corners area. Durango, Colorado and Flagstaff, Arizona, as well as the Arizona Sonoran Desert. The main characters, Mike Green and Air Force Captain Amy Mella, are deployed to the Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona after the National Security Agency reports a strange signal coming from deep space. The message is in Morse code, and in World War II Navajo CodeTalker. The dedicated researchers put together pieces of a cosmic puzzle just in the nick of time. Because strange and mysterious developments are underway. A sudden increase in crop circles, requests for safehouses on higher ground, and an ancient Cherokee legend are parts of this puzzle. A breakthrough occurs when a strange event and process kicks the researchers into high gear, and they act as a rapid response team to the site of a possible miracle. Or maybe these events and processes are just natural. Maybe Nature, Earth, and the Great Spirit are revealing phenomena the human race is finally ready to understand.
 
Published November 29, 2001 by iUniverse. 240 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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