Walterville, OR (PRWEB) June 04, 2012
TrineDay is pleased to announce the publication of Black 9/11:Money, Motive and Technology. The weeks following the attacks of September 11, 2001, were traumatic for nearly every American, but for some, the answers they received from the media and the government to explain the horrific events was not satisfactory. Accusations of cover-ups, internal plots, and sabotage from within the ranks of the U.S. government were — and continue to be — not uncommon. But compelling evidence contrary to the accepted narrative has, for some skeptics, been lacking. This investigation into the events of that day reveals dark secrets about the grisly episode. Taking highly complex technical and scientific information, and distilling it for the consumption of the lay person, this inquiry attempts to reveal the truth behind the veil of managed reality.
Mark Gaffney’s, Black 911: Money, Motive and Technology takes us on a journey of trying to understand the events of that fateful day in a different light. Showing us what was hidden; what was going on while our thoughts were diverted elsewhere. To help us comprehend the scope, and especially the size of the quasi-official “black funds” Mark gives the historical underpinnings to this massive deceit. A secret history of criminality and corruption beyond the wildest imagination of fiction. Black 9/11: Money Motive and Technology is scheduled to be delivered to bookstores in June of 2012.
Mark H. Gaffney is an environmentalist, peace activist, researcher, and the author of The 9/11 Mystery Plane and the Vanishing of America, The First Tree of the Day, Gnostic Secrets of the Naassenes and Dimona, the Third Temple? His articles and essays have appeared in numerous journals, magazines, and newspapers. Mark holds a B.S. degree in physical science from Colorado State University. He lives in Chiloquin, Oregon. His website is http://www.9/11mysteryplane.com.com.
Mr Gaffney is available for interviews.
Please contact: Kris Millegan, Publisher, TrineDay, at (800) 556-2012 or publisher(at)trineday(dot)net