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The Silence of God K.L. Kenyon

The Silence of God

K.L. Kenyon

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A young musician and his mathematician wife awaken to an unsettling truth after a bizarre inheritance sends them in search of ancient secrets, future prophecies, and hidden realities that can only be discovered by looking within...As Merritts motherMoreA young musician and his mathematician wife awaken to an unsettling truth after a bizarre inheritance sends them in search of ancient secrets, future prophecies, and hidden realities that can only be discovered by looking within...As Merritts mother lay dying, she has one lucid moment during which she tells him that there is a secret he must learn. She tries to hint at what it might be, but unfortunately it is too late. Her moment of lucidity ends, along with her life.When Merritt then inherits a 6th century map of America and a gloomy 17th century painting, he and his wife, Alice, go in search of answers to both his mother’s message, and the meaning behind her gifts.Merritt and Alice enlist the help of a mythologist and psychic, and begin to learn more about who they are, and where the things Merritt’s mother had came from. And when they decipher a legend on the map written in primitive Welsh, the mystery takes on an increasingly complex tale of ancient myths and prophecies that reveal the hidden connection between King Solomon and King Arthur, what brought them both to American soil, and how Christopher Columbus and Thomas Jefferson knew they were here.But powerful dark forces don’t want Merritt and Alice to uncover the truth, and launch a supernatural attack against them. Merritt, who doesn’t believe in God, is forced to confront his deepest beliefs in order to realize the source of his own power. And Alice must find within herself the key to unlocking her greatest strength, but in doing so, she unlocks more than she could have imagined.This further enrages Those who benefit from Mankind remaining in ignorance and illusion, and Merritt and Alice are tested in a final battle that calls for the ultimate sacrifice, and the ability to have faith in a God who is silent.(Part mystery, part thriller, part spiritual quest, The Silence of God explores the intersection of modern science and ancient mysticism, history and mythology. And though it is intended to be strictly fictional, it does contain controversial religious and historical imaginings that may not be for everyone. Be forewarned.)