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The Grand Schizophrenia for the Milking Cows. The entire trilogy in one volume. Adam Dominiak

The Grand Schizophrenia for the Milking Cows. The entire trilogy in one volume.

Adam Dominiak

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610 pages
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This is probably the darkest and most challenging spiritual novel one can come across but if taken with an open heart hugely rewarding for ones understanding of the world even if it is a metaphor. An esoteric book of a different kind. It isMoreThis is probably the darkest and most challenging spiritual novel one can come across but if taken with an open heart hugely rewarding for ones understanding of the world even if it is a metaphor. An esoteric book of a different kind. It is influenced by Orwells Ninety Eighty Four and as such this is a literary exorcism for ones fear and its creations. It is talking about the most difficult problems our world is facing and gives unorthodox for many solution to them. One can find here angels and demons, Russian mob and mind controlling drugs as well as love at first site and bottomless lust for power.In one of the most prominent London private clubs three long haired blond Eastern European waitresses have gone missing putting the Club at the centre of a police investigation. At the same time a small terrorist cell plans to carry out a suicide attack somewhere in the centre of the city. Mark Hastings is a Night Manager in the Club, who falls in love with Natalya a Ukrainian waitress, who vanishes without a trace after her afternoon shift. He suspects that behind hers and the other women’s disappearance stands a prominent member of the Club Mr Bonham-Harris, who as he believes, is an orgy organising Occultist. Mark tries to befriend him to find out what has happened to his girlfriend. But nothing seems what it appears to be.During one of the lonely nights in the Club he accidently finds a forgotten entry to secret tunnels which take him to an underground chamber under the streets of London where, unnoticed, he witnesses something so bizarre that consequently changed his entire view of the world forever. After this shocking event he has an eye opening conversation with an elderly porter Gerald who tells him the darkest ancient secret that enslaved humanity for Millennia. But is he able to believe in the strange story of an old man? What is the truth and what just an illusion, and who really pulls the strings in the world?