The GOD Principle Series.
The Epic Saga Continues...
In writing my novel series, there were a number of theological hurdles
I was forced to overcome. Clearly opinions will differ from person to person, but one of the most important "take-aways"
I received from this experience was just how much tradition has overtaken truth.
In my blog, I explore some of these issues in greater detail, expressing my opinions and how I believe we as a church
have been betrayed by orthodox teaching. This has not made me particularly popular, but I know I am not alone. The
dramatic decrease in church attendance is a clear indicator that something is going on with a disaffected youth. They do
not yet possess the knowledge to articulate what is bothering them about the church experience, but the feeling is no less
palpable; they know something isn't right.
I am most interested in the opinions of those who have gone to church and are now experiencing these feelings of
disaffection. What is it you expect from church? What is it you expect of God? What questions do you have which your
church, pastor, Sunday school teachers cannot answer? Please let me know. If they haven’t already been addressed in
my blogs, it’ll give me a direction to go. Just click the e-mail icon at the top of the page, or you can respond to
one of my blog postings.
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The GOD Principle is a novel
which takes place in what is
called the Antediluvian period of earth’s history. Biblically, this antediluvian period refers to the time before the
great flood as outlined in Genesis chapters 6 – 8. Little is known about this period of time as the Bible does not delve
that deeply into the period, the people, the culture—this era remains a mystery for most people. For Christians and
others of faith, this period of time is either dismissed as fantasy,
alegory, or viewed as simply a part of history for one small group
Archeologists have long believed a flood did take place in this region, but that it was a localized flood (Most
likely the Mediterranean Sea overflowing as a result of the Strait of Gibraltar being stopped up by debris or simply
plate tectonics.) For the purposes of this novel series, I hold to the position the
Great Flood was global and was a
singularly unique phenomena which transformed the entire globe; altering it into the familiar topography we have today.
There are some familiar names in The GOD Principle novel
series along with some new characters the reader will come to know. Along the way there
are some perspectives on modern church orthodoxy that will be explored and a spiritual realm presented few may have
contemplated. The GOD Principle is a series which will entertain, but also give one pause. If you think you know the
origins of mankind, think again…
* * *
The first installment of this exciting thriller begins with Dr. Robert Lawler, a professor of
theology, and his one-time protégée, Ron Freeman,
trapped in a medieval-era dungeon somewhere in present day Eastern Europe. The two men awaken after having endured a beating at the hands of their captors, men who have pledged an allegiance to a
shadowy group known only as the Arba. Though early in the evening, it is already growing colder in their dank cell; the
late fall having already brought the first snow. Freeman is certain
they will not survive the night and after rousing
Lawler, he implores the older man to explain to him the reasons they
have been abducted and beaten. Lawler, who had been
resistant to disclose the truth behind what has transpired, finally relents and begins to recount a story so fantastic, the few who have been privileged to have heard it over the millennia have scarcely believed it to be true.* * *
Thus begins the epic saga of The GOD Principle. Lawler must begin his explanation to Ron by reaching back into the history of the earth; back before the creation of Adam and Eve; back to a time before the world we know ever existed.
From there, Lawler describes the creation of the world and of the beings charged with its formation out of the raw
materials provided by God Most High.
The fantastic tale Lawler has told turns out to only be the
beginning. As Ron attempts to digest the identity of the true
creators of the temporal realm he lives in, Lawler introduces him to
even more wonders: Ron learns of the
Watchers; a caste of angelic beings who have left their appointed station in the spiritual realm to come to earth in order to
create their own race. This leads to the birth of the Nephilim.
The second book opens fifty years after the first of the tales told by Dr. Lawler end. The two men are still confined to the dank cell as the night crawls on, getting colder by the minute. Despite the harsh circumstances they find
themselves in, Ron finds the story is giving him
the strength to endure. Lawler also notices his improvement and continues the tale
while Ron listens in rapt attention.* * *
The Nephilim are now adults and have begun to subjugate the earth. Like powerful adolescent children, these hybrid creatures
run over the earth, bringing terror wherever they go. The tiny village of Darom, where the leader of the Watchers first made
contact with The Chosen Ones, has now become the home of the horrific brothers named Hiwa and Hiya, Nephilim offspring of the
Watcher Samyaza, who have prodigious appetites of all types. Their nearest cousin, a Nephilim named Darmon, is at first a stalwart ally of the sons of Samyaza. But the brother’s ambitions do not include Darmon and soon it becomes apparent the prophecy made by Enoch is a certainty; the Nephilim will slay one another before the end.
Along the way is the story of Ord the shepherd who is caught up in the tumult of the Watchers and their offspring, his attempt
to save his peaceful village and keep the hearts of his fellow man focused on The Most High God. This is complicated when Ord’s granddaughter, Tiamah is kidnapped by the Nephilim and taken off by them. Ord must risk his life to retrieve her,
entering the dark realm of Samyaza to do so.
This second installment ends with a twist which is right out of the Bible and is certain to be just as controversial. Lawler
and Ron remain captive still and as the dawn begins to break, the older man continues his tale.
* * *
Over five hundred years have passed
since the beginning of the tale. The Nephilim have all grown into mature, measured creatures—the "Heroes of old, the
mighty men of renown". While the long, cold night in the Eastern European dungeon is quickly coming to a close, there
is still more of the tale to tell. Lawler continues to introduce Ron to a grown Noah, his family and the village of Urartu where
they fled hundreds of years earlier to escape the Nephilim.
With Enoch’s prophecy not far from any of their thoughts, the Nephilim—specifically Hiwa—are still more intent than ever to make certain the prophet is proven wrong. The Nephilim plans another assault on the Chosen Ones after they are finally
in the far off, sleepy village of Urartu.
At that same time, another set of visitors from the past suddenly show up in Urartu to an uneven reception, but it is a
reunion with far ranging consequences. Noah and his sons must make decisions and confront prejudices none believed
they possessed, much less forced to confront.
The climactic conclusion of the tale is one truly written in the annals of history, but told here in a way unlike any recounted before. Thus ends one part of the saga of The GOD Principle only to open the door for the other half.
Just as Lawler concludes the tale, the cell door opens and six men dressed in black robes with hoods concealing their faces
enter. What happens next? Stand by…
Who is Haggo Tramolaine
and why has he taken a young girl to a mountaintop estate in La Paz, Bolivia? This is the question Dr. Robert Lawler
desperately needed to answer with sufficient evidence to prove his hypothesis to an old friend and present Secretary of State, Frank Simmons. Thus opens the fourth installment of “The GOD Principle” series.
It is present day and retired theology professor, Robert Lawler, is called upon for his expertise in ancient symbols by the United States Federal government. A mysterious man is placed under surveillance first
by the DEA after it is believed he is an
alleged South American cartel leader and then later by the CIA as a possible tie-in
to a Middle Eastern terrorist organization. It is only after he is
killed while fleeing from his fortified mountaintop estate, the mystery of his true identity deepens. Lawler asserts the man is actually a member
of a global shadow government called The Arba. While Harlan Davidson concentrates on more terrestrial reasons to explain Haggo
Tramolaine and his bizarre actions, Lawler begins to uncover clues
which lead him to a far more sinister conclusion.
Meanwhile a world away, Ronald Freeman’s world is upended by a visit from a “son” he never knew he had. It isn’t long before both
Robert Lawler and Ron Freeman realize they are actually on the very same search. Together, the two of them dig deeper into
a web of lies and deceit resulting in monumental ramifications for the entire planet – and humanity.
“The Secrets of The Arba” is a novel
which begins to unravel the mysteries of mankind’s origins so carefully
hidden for millennia by the enigmatic and deadly creatures thought destroyed in the Great Flood: The Nephilim. Neither Lawler
nor Freeman will rest until their secrets are exposed and laid bare so the
unholy scourge borne of the Watchers can finally be removed once and for all.
The antediluvian world where Enoch ruled as King, Ord of Darom raised his family and
the Watcher's descended. The far off land of Urartu is a land inhabited by The Others and is where the fabled Ark is
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