The suspense quickens in The End of Democracy, the second installment in Don Carroll’s Consciousness Trilogy. Will Dawson is on the run from the CIA, his former employer, which hopes he will lead them to the elusive Melissa Dowling. Secret research on psychic development is being conducted in Antarctica. A young Navajo named Manuelito and his dog Ooljee have their own intuitive gifts to share. Ex-hacker Blaine Astrid’s journey toward healing and wholeness deepens as she finds friendship with Aasia, a refugee from the Srebrenica genocide, and private eye Gordon Slade has a case of love for Joy the librarian.
The end of democracy and the defeat of the American Revolution will occur when government falls into the hands of lending institutions and moneyed incorporations.
– Thomas Jefferson
As these captivating characters follow their hearts to greater consciousness and a deeper understanding of their world—with a few words from the wise and a bit of quantum field theory to shed light on why dualistic democracy is destined for failure—love and mystery entwine to show us all the possibilities for transformation. Carroll proves again he is a master of inspiration and insight with a wonderfully original story not to be missed.