God of the New Millennium is a search for balance in the age of spin. It examines these inconvenient truths and asks the questions that need to be addressed if mankind is to survive.
When former US Vice President Gore talks about an inconvenient truth he is alluding to global warming. Sadly in today’s world there is a whole globe-ful of inconvenient truths as a result of the lies of convenience – the spin which mankind has been bombarded by for the last century.
The God of the New Millennium is a search for balance in the age of spin. It examines these inconvenient truths and asks the questions that need to be addressed if mankind is to survive. Gregory Dark, author of The Prophet of the New Millennium and now this God of the New Millenium, argues that modern ethics and morality are intrinsically linked to survival. Global warming is less caused by carbon emissions than by greed.
Elegantly and wittily written, this deceptively easy style eases the complexity, seriousness and gravity of the argument, and couches it within a more positive philosophy of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in the 21st Century.
I knew you’d be late. You always are.
The lone bell of the lonely chapel had clanged its five cracked chimes. Goats were bleating on our hazy hillside. A dog barked at them, but more, I felt, from a sense of duty than with any energy.
I was gazing out to sea. My eyes are so feeble now, I don’t know why I still come here. And yet I do. More often than you know. Here I feel closer to Arkona, knowing it was here he spoke for the last time, close to here that he said good-bye. I miss him, Sóphia. Quite a lot. Sometimes, gazing at the sea, there is communion with him.
And sometimes all there is, is gazing at the sea.
And in that gazing too there is communion with Arkona. And sometimes, yes, there isn’t.