Sheol Has Opened by Judith Virta

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On December 21, 2012 a gamma-ray burst explodes from Sagittarius A*, the singularity at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. In Iceland light pulses come out of the ground, coalesce, and dart off into the twilight sky. A cascade of events lead researchers to the discovery of a primordial black hole just outside the orbit of Pluto, and the eventual realization that events they are witnessing tie in with Biblical prophecy as well as Mayan timelines. The Maya calculated a 'final alignment', when the cosmic center would open. This alignment was December 21, 2012 and represents the beginning of a galactic mechanism. Mankind will be shown a Biblical level cleansing, as well as what some people call Hell.

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Allison Pittman is the author of the three books in the popular Crossroads of Grace series. Before her life as a novelist, Allison spent sixteen years teaching high school English. A founding member and copresident of the Christian Writer's Group of the Greater San Antonio area, she devotes her time inspiring other writers to work toward their goals and sharpen their skills. Allison lives in Texas, with her husband Mike, their three sons, and Stella
Published February 13, 2011 by Isochron Publishing. 453 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Regardless, the villain of the piece is unquestionable: Canadian observatory director Dr. Bentov, an overt misogynist who’s either acting as a hindrance to Rachel or shamelessly stealing her credit.

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“You know, they don’t eat chicken in Iceland,” one scientist tells another in Judith Virta’s Sheol Has Opened, a sci-fi mashup of Mayan, biblical, and other end-of-the-world prophecies.

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