Guild of Honor

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2002 - Fiction - 396 pages
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President of the United States, Robert LePage, is amid his bid for re-election when he is faced with the greatest challenge in the history of this nation; the fulfillment of the prophecy by the great Shawnee Warrior and Prophet, Tecumseh, that will return their nation to the Native Americans.

The nearly five hundred Nations of Native Americans have forged themselves into a single, galvanized, body politic becoming the National Coalition of Native American Nations. In an unprecedented litigation, the United States Supreme Court must hear compelling evidence alleging the United States of America was formed with real estate acquired through fraudulent and illegal means. The potential consequence threatens the very fabric of the mightiest nation on the planet.

The stability of the United States Government becomes suspect and the country is facing political, social, and economic disaster. When the situation seems to be at its worst, catastrophe strikes. It is discovered that, through a deliberate act of terrorism, the North American Great Lakes are receding and their very existence is in jeopardy. The St. Lawrence Seaway is forced to close and the Federal Authorities of both Canada and the United States haven't a clue where the water has gone! The mysterious and unlikely link between these threatening issues lie beneath the arid, desert wasteland, north of Los Alamos, New Mexico.

The global economic role of the Saint Lawrence Seaway System and the shameful plight of America's natives have been cleverly woven together in an original tale of intrigue and suspense. Built upon a foundation of historical and scientific fact, Debt of Conscience provides a riveting insight into two of North America's best kept secrets.

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For more than twenty-five years, history and science writer For more than twenty-five years, history and science writer Andrew Collins has investigated the relationship between parAndrew Collins has investigated the relationship between paranormal phenomena, ancient sites, and the human mind. His boanormal phenomena, ancient sites, and the human mind. His books challenge our ideas regarding the way we see the past, aoks challenge our ideas regarding the way we see the past, and its effect on our lives today. Among them are From the Asnd its effect on our lives today. Among them are From the Ashes of Angels, which sees the Watchers and Nephilim of the Bhes of Angels, which sees the Watchers and Nephilim of the Book of Enoch as a race of human beings who instigated the Neook of Enoch as a race of human beings who instigated the Neolithic revolution at the end of the last Ice Age; Gods of Eolithic revolution at the end of the last Ice Age; Gods of Eden, which shows the greater antiquity of Egyptian civilizatden, which shows the greater antiquity of Egyptian civilization and its roots in ancient Eden, the home of the Watchers;ion and its roots in ancient Eden, the home of the Watchers; Gateway to Atlantis, which pins down Atlantis to the Bahama Gateway to Atlantis, which pins down Atlantis to the Bahamas and the Caribbean, with Cuba as its flagship, and his lates and the Caribbean, with Cuba as its flagship, and his latest book The Cygnus Mystery, which shows that evolution was ast book The Cygnus Mystery, which shows that evolution was accelerated by cosmic rays coming from the direction of the Cccelerated by cosmic rays coming from the direction of the Cygnus constellation. He is also the organizer of the annual ygnus constellation. He is also the organizer of the annual Questing Conference, Britain's largest conference on ancientQuesting Conference, Britain's largest conference on ancient mysteries. He lives in England. mysteries. He lives in England.

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