The Apocalypse Calendar by Emile A. Pessagno
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The hero, geology professor Frank Miller, found an alien device in a cave in the Sierra Madre Oriental beneath the skeleton of an Aztec war chief. Little did he know that this device was given to the Mayans by aliens to protect the earth from self-destruction and that the Mayans had placed a powerful curse on anyone who dared to move it. In 2009 Miller’s curious grandson turned the knob in the center of the alien device causing geologic time to speed up. Geologic events that normally took millions of years to take place started taking place in a few months. In 2013 massive volcanic eruptions occurred at the Yellowstone Supervolcano and at Mount Shasta in California; huge earthquakes centered in the Gulf of California caused cracks to form in Hoover Dam; and a series of devastating earthquakes and tidal waves destroyed all cities east of the Appalachians. Using her gift of ESP Miller’s wife, Jane, was able to communicate with the alien device now called the “Apocalypse Calendar”. She received the warning that the Earth was in extreme danger. The aliens told Jane that Apocalypse Calendar should be returned to the cave in the Sierra Madre Oriental and its center knob turned to its original position. Only then would the Earth be saved. With the help of a local Nahuatl Indian curandero Miller managed to circumvent the powerful Mayan curse and successfully return the Apocalypse Calendar to the cave in an “Indian Jones”-like ending.

About Emile A. Pessagno

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The author, Dr. Emile A. Pessagno, Jr., is a geologist with a track record of authoring over one hundred scientific reports dealing with the geology of California, Oregon, Alaska, Mexico, the Caribbean, Argentina, Brazil, Turkey, and the Arabian Peninsula (Oman) in prominent scientific journals. His knowledge of the remote areas of Mexico adds a colorful background to this novel that few authors can supply. Author's Home: Richardson, TX
Published April 10, 2013 by Publish Green. 238 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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