London, United Kingdom, January 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- 2012 The Symphony explores an ancient Mayan prophecy predicting a global transformation in 2012, through the eyes of a diverse group of people from all walks of life. This compelling tale of mystery and intrigue, overlain by current world events such as the ‘credit crunch’, cleverly weaves ‘String Theories’, sun spot activity and other scientific phenomena to provide plausible reasons for an evolutionary leap that may soon be confronting mankind.
The novel, which takes you from the lush landscapes of Peru and Mexico to the bustling cities of London and New York, centres on a chance meeting by 13 people at a sacred site in Cancun , Mexico . The main character is Aurelie, a high-flying French lawyer who suddenly resigns from her firm after a 15-year career, then flies to Mexico on holiday. While visiting Chichen Itza , she encounters an Australian TV producer, a British scientist, a New York business analyst, a South African housewife, a Brazilian ex-government advisor, and an Iranian doctor, who have been synchronistically drawn, along with their companions, to the sacred site on the same day.
The reason for their visit is then revealed. A group of Elders is waiting there to tell them that December 21st, 2012 heralds the end of a 26,000 year evolutionary cycle, and the start of a new cycle known as the Golden Age. They go on to warn them of the Earth changes that will take place as the prophetic date draws near.
As the story unfolds, each character embarks on a journey of discovery, to seek the truth behind what the Elders foretold. What they discover challenges their previously held beliefs: they become aware of their unique life purpose, by attuning to their intuition, and synchronising with planetary rhythms. As part of that journey, they appreciate of the importance of music, and its contribution to the profound reawakening of consciousness all over the world.
Meanwhile, sinister members of the Global Elite continue to tread quietly but powerfully behind the scenes, planning even more elaborate strategies to gain even greater control, and keep humanity from becoming empowered.
2012 The Symphony provides an interesting perspective on current world events, and suggests possible reasons, many scientifically-based, for the rapid changes facing today's society. Importantly, it suggests that humanity has the ability to decide its own future, as long as it realizes the tremendous strength of its own power.
At a time when world governments are introducing new legislation to record telephone and internet use, national ID cards and RFID chip technology, Clarke’s novel could not be more topical and relevant.
It concludes on a positive note: that in reawakening to the music of the universe, and maintaining a positive vision of the future each living being will soon fulfil its highest purpose, escape its 3rd dimensional vibratory prison, and resonate like individual music notes in an exquisitely balanced symphony.
"An inspiring novel...although it’s a metaphorical story, it’s just about the most accurate and non-sensational take you will read on the subject (of 2012). " Tom Evans, The Bookwright
‘This book simplifies much of the mystery of the Mayan Prophecy, the Ascension, and other related matters and places it within a context that many people can understand. It could be one of the most important books of our time’ John Morgan, Business Analyst
‘Illuminating, important and cutting edge prose from a voice that deserves to be heard.’ Susanne Meis, author of ‘Kinetikus’
Very real, and topical, as if the author is predicting the events that are unfolding around us today. If you liked the Da Vinci Code, then you must read 2012 The Symphony. Joseph Warmann, CEO, Human Potentials Unlimited Inc.
Angela Clarke was born of a British father and Australian mother and considers herself to be a citizen of the world. Before becoming a writer, Angela worked as a business consultant, after graduating with a Masters degree in Business and Marketing. She enjoys a varied lifestyle and travels regularly, drawing inspiration from the places she visits. She currently lives in London . 2012 The Symphony is her first novel.
2012 The Symphony is available globally in bookstores and through internet retailers.
2012 The Symphony, by Angela Clarke, 1st World Publishing Ltd, December 2008.
Soft Cover/ ISBN 978-1-4218-9036-4/ 183 pages/$16.95