Greer, SC (PRWEB) October 20, 2011
In the interest of science and how it is a tool for mankind’s survival, the cipher which we shall call T. Manning/Dr. Barre is explicated in this book, Larvatus Prodeo, the Interview. The author/lead character is/are involved in a fictional interview with Ms. Moraima Willco of a C-Span-like medium. The book opens with T. Manning trying to convince the indomitable Ms. Willco that he is not Dr. Carmine Barre, the character of his book.
So which is fact and which is fiction? That is what Dr. Taurus Manning wants the reader to find out. He wants his readers in general to make decisions that will unmask Dr. Carmine Barre and lay bare his soul. T. Manning/Dr. Barre is a mask: Larvatus Prodeo means “to go around masked/bewitched.” Like everyone else, Dr. Carmine Barre goes around bewitched by the invincible magic/fiction generated by government control.
The juxtaposition of character and author or author and character, as the case may be, is Manning’s countermagic. He is in the process of unmasking his character which will in turn reveal the truth about the HIV-AIDS (which Manning has renamed HAIDS) global pandemic, the current pandemic avian flu, the historical pandemic of typhus…
Thus, T. Manning will separate from Dr. Carmine Barre, and the world shall be advised about the monoliths of power that dare entertain such pandemics as counters or factors in the global game of domination. HAIDS, the author predicts, will not be the last pandemic that mankind will suffer.
This book will be featured at the New York Library Association Book Exhibit in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on November 2-5, 2011.
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About the Author
The author studied and did research in several countries and in the USA in universities from the South, the North, the West coast, the East coast and the Midwest. In pursuit of his research he has travelled to many countries emphasizing Africa and the Caribbean. In his research he has pursued from food borne diseases, i.e. infant formula related outbreaks; to models to study HIV-AIDS, which he renamed as HAIDS. He studied the globalization of the macro-epidemic and pioneered the micro-epidemiological development of animal models to study wasting syndrome, a characteristic symptom of HAIDS and a complication of cancer. Results led to clinical trials for the use of somatotropin/growth hormone and/or megestrol as palliative treatments for HAIDS and cancer.
Larvatus Prodeo, The Interview * by T. Manning
Publication Date: February 29, 2008
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