Does the Music Play Forever?

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 18, 2002 - Fiction - 233 pages
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The Mayan Indians of the Yucatan Peninsula, through a very complicated process, were able to study the sun by monitoring the planet Venus. This formed the basis for their complex calendarical system, which stretches over thousands of years. They discovered the way the sun rotates creates sunspots. After twenty sunspot cycles, which occurred approximately every thirty seven hundred years, the sun ́s rotational orbit would change, causing the Earth to turn on it ́s axis. This is due to occur again on December 22, 2012. On this day, the world as we know it will end. Austin Green, a forty year old theoretical physicist, and his nineteen year old son, Zeo, barely escape from Los Angeles before a third massive earthquake cracks the North American plate, and the entire west coast sinks into the ocean in a matter of minutes. Now in the year is 2011, they ́re struggling to re-build a society in the coastal city of Phoenix, Arizona, with others who ́ve survived the precursors to the pole shift--a long string of natural disasters that had been plaguing the Earth since 2009. The United States economy has fallen, making money worth nothing. The barter system is used for everything, and horses and bicycles are again common modes of transportation. Austin, once a well recognized physics professor and researcher at the California Institute of Technology, still harbors the slight hope that there will again come a time when our scientific technology will be applied to real life. Now, while everyone awaits the outcome of the final pole shift, he teaches cutting edge physics to a small class of students of various ages--the future parents of the root race of humans that will hopefully re-build society. But, Austin is restless. He can ́t believe what has become of the planet, and the humans who once ruled it. He has to know what the future holds. Does the music play forever? Will all life on Earth end before the middle of the twenty first century, thus destroying everything mankind has ever discovered since the beginning of time as we know it? Or have we learned from our past mistakes? Will we build a future society more in tune with nature? Or will greed cause us to make the same mistakes over again? Combining Austin ́s expertise in hyperspace manipulation, and Zeo ́s deep seeded, new age intuition, they devise an elaborate plan utilizing a home made proton accelerator, the energy vortexes in Sedona Arizona, a quartz crystal, and the energy generated on the day of the winter solstice, when the sun changes it ́s rotation, to construct a worm hole two hundred years into the future and escape just seconds before the Earth turns on it ́s axis. "Does the Music Play Forever?" is a story of one man ́s discovery of, not only his true nature, but also the true nature of the universe and mankind ́s innate connection to it. It is the ultimate example of the law of cause and effect, and the interconnectedness of everything in the universe..
 

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 Tina Harris was born in San Diego, where she worked as molecular biologist, utilizing cloning and genetic engineering techniques.  She moved to northern New Mexico last year in order to complete a PhD in holistic nutrition, and pursue her career as a fiction writer.  Since childhood, she has had a driving need to explore anything to do with parapsychology, astrology, new age philosophies and eastern religions.  She now integrates her talents by writing visionary, hard science fiction, combining science with alternative beliefs.  She also writes non-fiction health books, utilizing both biology and allopathic medicine in combination with holistic practices.

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