Sub Rosa America, Book III by Elana Freeland
Indian Country (Volume 3)

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Told from the perspective of 2019, when all the Earth is convulsing and the United States of America is collapsing due either to Nature taking back her own, or to a HAARP-driven error, or to a purposeful Tesla sabotage to force a new beginning, Sub Rosa America and the Fall of the New Atlantis is the occult history of the United States since November 22, 1963, a history we all could have read years ago as the Mayan chronicler wrote it if we’d been on Route 66 cruising through a quantum Time field . . . In Book III, “Indian Country,” the Sixties pilgrims enter the desert of Arizona spacetime guided by KRMA radio broadcasts and a stream of quantum encounters. Back East, Thomas’ father Laurence sets out on a European quest for the soul he’s lost, his brother Hiram continues to sell his soul to AT&T and LUCIFER, and Dr. Greenbaum and his Magician contemplate what the simultaneous incarnations of Saint-Germain and Vitzliputzli might signify for Enterprise plans. Cosmic Coincidence Control, dream states, and lost Time lead the seekers to insight into America’s plight even as CIA Agent Simon Iff and Thomas’ twin Didymus track them into the cyborg future speeding toward them all.

About Elana Freeland

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Elana Freeland came of political age during the COINTELPRO decade of Vietnam, street riots, political assassinations, and all-night rap sessions about the downfall of the Establishment. Researching Sub Rosa America included discovering how deeply her US Navy father was enmeshed with the very military-industrial complex she was writing about, and like the characters in the book, learning how every major event and personality in the United States political establishment over the past forty years is tied in one way or another to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas. She has a BA in creative writing and wrote her Master's thesis on historiography. Having written for progressive causes all her life, she also ghostwrites and presently is editor of Paranoia magazine.
Published June 11, 2012 by Elana Freeland. 340 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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