Kayvan DeBash

Biography

Kayvan was born in Shiraz, Iran. He studied, French literature, and the philosophers of the age of enlightenment at the Faculty of Literature, Art & Sciences in Nice.

Although he had a successful career in real estate, he left French Riviera, behind, and moved to the U.S., to develop his political and artistic purpose. He taught himself English and studied, world history, political science, English literature, the American Revolution, history of Persia, Russia and France and both World Wars.

He has made three movies: A comedy based on Oliver Twist. A romantic drama, shot in Los Angeles in 1999. An experimental sci-fi film based on climate change. Kayvan wrote two screenplays, one on reincarnation of a Greek philosopher, and other on a fictional rock band.

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Videos

Eruption
In 2013, the tyrant of Iran, Ali Khamenei wakes up after a prophetic dream. Panicked, he calls his estranged wife, and the debating conversation exposes a connection between his dream and a satanic secret of Islam. On that very morning a deaf-mute oracle, sequestered in solitary confinement by the regim for two decades, predicts the dictator’s dream on the wall of his prison cell: the rise of a man who will build one empire and destroy another.

Tyrant's Wife
The tyrant of Iran, wakes up after a premonition. He calls his estranged wife, who suspected a possible end of their' regime and a mysterious returned of an ancient dead king of Persia, so she asked him to appoint a team of expert to identify the banner in his dream, and to consult an old and mysterious deaf psychic who has been locked in solitary confinement for the past 20 years. Unbeknown to dictator the oracle was part of a astrological plot.

Books

Eruption
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 11,260. Language: English. Published: October 8, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
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In 2013, the tyrant of Iran, Ali Khamenei wakes up after a prophetic dream. Panicked, he calls his estranged wife, and the debating conversation exposes a connection between his dream and a satanic secret of Islam.
Guilty Poet (The Lord of Persia Book 1)
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,760. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Historical » United Kingdom
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A soul that can transcend three millennia and travel beyond physical boundaries, visits England in 1593 to interrogate William Shakespeare.

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