Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada (PRWEB) July 19, 2013
The September 11 attacks on American soil. A stunning revelation in November 2005 on Canadian soil. The plight of children from difficult upbringings all over the world. These three pillars became the foundation of author Perry Stuart Gordon Anderson’s debut book, titled Hammer Is a Word: One Man’s Plight on 9/11 and Beyond. While Canadian Forces were in Afghanistan searching for insurgents, elements of a paranormal nature were being reported all over the night skies of Prince Edward Island that particular summer. Moreover the author had his own direct encounter with technology that can only be described as something right out of Area 51.
Late one evening in the Fall of 2005, just twenty minutes outside of Charlottetown, a thirty-seven year old man takes a break from listening to Coldplay to go outside his trailer on a farmer's field only to find out he is not alone. There were two military style, fighter jet sized, HK shaped objects hovering totally silent like caterpillars a mere hundred feet or so just above him. They were identical and jet-black except for a few projector-styled coloured lights. Something about their behavior indicated that they weren't there to harm him. The author felt it prudent to keep the experience to himself, till now.
This autobiography starts out with the author discovering a half cut up credit card belonging to a Saudi Arabian national at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport the day before September 11, 2001. The main characters of this book turn out to be George Bush and John Kerry. The author documents many instances on how his daily postings on a major U.S. Government blog during the November 2004 election campaign may have resulted in many more unexplainable events in his own personal life in 2005 and beyond. Events that would eventually change his perception of reality significantly.
Anderson’s book is a true story account about everything, from the meaning of life to the paranormal as it pertains to everyday life. It entertains the notion that people may be living inside a virtual reality and that the real universe as we know it may not be much different than that described in the movies like Surrogates, Men In Black, Total Recall, Timecop, The Matrix, T2, Inception and Elysium among others; that everyday people may be living in a dream world and that the only thing keeping them sane and happy is that they know next to nothing about it. Karma vs. religion is discussed in detail.
Eye-opening and challenging, Hammer Is a Word: One Man’s Plight on 9/11 and Beyond is a book about the controversial and the paranormal that comes with a simple yet life-changing message; sponsor a child (Pv. 29:7, NIV).
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About the Author
Perry Stuart Gordon Anderson was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1967 and has been a professional software developer since 1988. He has done consulting work in the United States from 1997 until just after 9/11. In the Fall of 2005, he was also a Canadian Forces officer candidate with 721 Communications Regiment, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.
Hammer Is a Word * by Perry Stuart Gordon Anderson
One Man’s Plight on 9/11 and Beyond
Publication Date: June 18, 2013
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