The fortress-city of Pingwot, besieged for six centuries, has attracted the Universal Church's attention by flaunting pre-apocalyptic technology. The inquisitor they send may be faced with damning its entire population to save mankind.
This book exposes the errors in the cultic/occult view of death & helps readers separate "the facts" from fiction. What is the cultic view of death? Is modern death research unbiased? Are all near-death episodes positive experiences? Why do near-death experiences frequently represent initiation into the world of the occult? Is there any evidence for reincarnation?
It is becoming irrefutable that as a race, we'll either take ourselves out through complacency, indifference, ignorance, and educational suicide or be taken out through violence, guns, incarceration, and preventable diseases.
The Wounded Heir appeals to Ouriano and Veezon to do the unthinkable. Cuzak sets a death trap for his long time angelic foe. Ru discovers a horrible family secret, which blinds her to the truth. And unrelenting, the Vranti collective seek blood revenge against Victoria and Lucas as they perfect the Jump technology. Part 4 of Blue Moon Chronicles--Serials, "Heir of the Magnificon."
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