Mission Into Light

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iUniverse, Jan 21, 2001 - Fiction - 253 pages
What starts out as a phone call and job offer to Arizonan Mike Green quickly evolves into a mystifying adventure into the unknown. Mike is recruited into a San Deigo-based Defense Department research team called the "Joint Reconnaissance Study Group." The group includes ten women and men, all well-trained and dedicated. The "JRSG" and its friends gather intelligence information on unusual phenomena: UFOs, crop circles, dolphin intelligence, deep-memory DNA theories, near-death experiences, "Earth changes" involving "pole shifts," and Native American culture and legends. Connections among these areas are discovered, as well as links to the past and future of Earth and the human race. The group explores ancient questions and modern discoveries crucial to the evolution of humanity. They conduct investigations in San Diego, Sedona, Arizona, the "Four Corners" region, and Hawaii.

They face experiences that are scientific, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. The group faces deadly threats from opponents who want to stop them. In the midst of dangers, there is romantic and erotic heat betweeen Mike and Amy Mella, one of the group's dolphin researchers. Even with the support and fellowship from his friends, Mike faces extreme circumstances alone. This is a story of relationships between women and men, military and civilian, the intelligence community and the average American, the known and the unknown. It is an exploration of strange phenomena and mysteries that now hold the interest and attention of millions of people worldwide. The characters follow paths of discovery to find a new understanding of their nation, the human species, and a hoped-for breakthrough that will change the world.

 

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Contents

San Diego
1
Joint Reconnaissance Study Group
11
Orientation
23
Briefing and Deployment
34
Recon
46
Allies
56
New Mexico
67
Friends
79
The Disc in the Meadow
127
Stand Down
135
Healthy Bodies
144
Visions of Hawaii
158
Earth Changes
168
Focus on the Mission
177
Island Life
189
UFO Over Phoenix
197

Agent in the Night
89
Navajo Intel
101
Rendezvous
109
Into the Mountains
117
Into the Field
206
Hidden Canyon
226
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