Life Will Never Be The Same!
Out in the Atlantic Ocean and on the canary island of La Palma, the massive Cumbre Vieja volcano is experiencing a major 8.9 earthquake which will cause the collapse of its western ridge into the water. When that happened, a gigantic displacement of seawater would cause a catastrophic deep water tsunami to race for the coastlines of Morocco, Portugal and France. From there, a surge would barrel down the English Channel, topple the Barrier Gates and buryLondon beneath fifty feet of water.
Enter Dr. Samuel May, the world’s preeminent researcher on stratovolcanoes. The renowned crackerjack scientist has been predicting just such an event for more than a decade. But nobody believed him, and many laughed him off as a crackpot alarmist with no solid proof of the disaster.
However, now… with the Queen of England and Parliament meeting to discuss just such a threat, America braces for the6438608_orig biggest natural disaster ever recorded. Invited to the United Nations and White House, Sam and his team must convince world leaders of the imminent threat and have them evacuate their Atlantic Ocean coastlines from Europe to America.
Understanding the threat, the American President takes to the airwaves to address the nation. Soon, American streets would be filled with chaos and looting.
Enter newly elected Pope Callixtus the Fourth who is visiting the Canaries when the first tremor hits. Escaping near death on the island of T
enerife, he learns this is just the beginning of something more after ancient Vatican secrets disclose the EarthRJ wit fan is nothing more than a science project for an extraterrestrial race.
The aliens have begun to shut down Earth in a series of natural Cataclysms.
But the pope might be able to save the day if he can thwart an assassination plot.
What follows is a race against time to save humanity.
Will Callixtus make it back to Rome in time to save the world?
Or… will life as we know it end with the annihilation of mankind?
- The Dog Days of Summer!May 18, 2016 - 12:42 PM
Here we are again, creeping up to that happy time of year, where kids find themselves jumping through opened fire hydrants, orhiking through the hard packed dirt trails twisting through the woods on camping trips with youth groups and schools. Attendance at summer camp has dwindled since the time of my own youth, because sadly, few remain. […]