Not the usual (ha!) scary anthroposophy this time, but anthroposophy in the form spooky literature. Got an alert about a thriller novel, which has recently been published; Roger, too, mentions it in his news section and has dedicated a page to it. There’s also a website with a presentation of the book as well as the possibility to read the first part of the book for free online. Book blurb (from Amazon):
A brilliant university student is brutally killed in New York as a young boy from an Oregon private school is whisked off to Switzerland. What is the connection and why is it so important to millions of people?
Chris Thompson is ridden with guilt while searching for his son. Is young Michael the key to a deeply spiritual and terrifying mission?
Michael’s attractive Aunt Kate has a penchant for profanity and martial arts . . . and carries a heavy secret from her past.
Dr. Paul Sung is an atheist and authority on the history of the New Age movement. His unfulfilling life in academia is about to change.
Detective Mark Julian needs to solve a string of gruesome New York murders, so why was he sent to Europe?
Karl Heisman and his Group of Forty-Eight are a covert sub-group of a spiritual movement known as Anthroposophy. Does their strange karma include links to Freemasonry and the dawning of a New Age? Are they racist terrorists or is there a method to their madness? And who was Rudolf Steiner?
SOULS OF TERROR is a fast-paced, well-researched international thriller with fascinating characters whose lives become strangely entwined as they unravel a frightening mystery. From Theosophy to Anthroposophy to Freemasonry, the story compels its readers to ponder the thin line between fact and fiction.
On American Amazon, there are even three costumer reviews! I haven’t read the book yet, but am awaiting my copy which is due to arrive today.
[Image from Amazon.]
Don’t miss the promotional videos on youtube:
There’s a second one as well.