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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Paranormal
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Last Pendragons
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781483500119

The Last Pendragons: Book II - The Oracles at Painted Mesa

by Paul Toscano

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Overview
Oracles at Painted Mesa is the second book in Toscano's trilogy The Last Pendragons. It is an account of murder, intrigue, paranormal events, and the haunting search for the foundations of cosmic reality. The story--set in high deserts of northern Arizona, is presented in crisp documentary style through newspaper articles, letters, transcripts, journal entries, field notes, and memoranda--tells of the attempt of Buck Winston and his colleagues to unravel the mystery behind Painted Mesa, a sacred drumlin that lies outside the Hopi and Navajo reservations and that contains the ancient crystal kiva where the chief kachinas are believed to have appeared from other dimensions to impart their oracles.
Description
Oracles at Painted Mesa is Salt Lake attorney Paul Toscano’s account of murder, intrigue, corruption, and paranormal events that involve ley lines, UFOs, quantum mechanics, and the search for the foundations of cosmic reality. The story, set in high deserts of northern Arizona, is presented as a documentary based on exhibits prepared by protagonist Buck Winston delivered to Toscano in a sealed box with instructions to publish Buck's strange story told through newspaper articles, letters, transcripts of tape recordings, journal entries, field notes, and memoranda. These documents tell of theattempt of Buck and his colleagues to unravel the mystery behind Painted Mesa, a disputed parcel that was not included in the original Hopi land grant by the federal government. This sacred drumlin that lies outside the Hopi and Navajo reservations and contains an ancient kiva where the chief kachinas are believed to have appeared to the Hopi elders from other dimensions to impart their oracles. The kiva is sought be an anciet evil seeking to bring the world to oblivion.
About the author
Paul Toscano is an attorney and the author of fiction and non-fiction works that include the novels Christ On Trial: An Easter Hymn, and The Last Pendragons: Book I - The Eyes of Logres and books of essays that include The Sanctity of Dissent, The Sacarament of Doubt, Secularism, Neutrality, and the Supreme Court: Invisible Religion in the Public Schools.
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