The Mayan Testament, Steve Alten, 2007

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In perfect condition, brand new, from the novel “The Mayan Testament”, by Steve Alten. Original title: Domain. Spanish translation by María Cristina Martín Sanz.

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In perfect condition, brand new, from the novel “The Mayan Testament”, by Steve Alten. Original title: Domain. Spanish translation by María Cristina Martín Sanz.

Binding in paperback with illustrated carton with flaps, format 15.5 x 23 cm. 590 pages. Issue of the 24th edition, October 2007, by the VíaMagna Publishing House.

First part of the Mayan trilogy, by Steve Alten.

December 21, 2012 … The day when the Mayan calendar ends. Over the centuries, scientists have believed that this data was simply a historical curiosity. After many years of research, renowned archaeologist Julius Gabriel discovers the truth about the Mayan calendar, a truth as old as it could be that could reveal the fateful destiny of mankind. Julius’ research completed an ancient puzzle whose pieces were scattered all over the planet, from Stonehenge to the immemorial Mayan ruins. The secrets about the origins of civilization and the ultimate destiny of mankind were available to Julius, only waiting for them to be revealed, when the unexpected happens … A conspiracy that goes back 65 million years and has altered the The very fabric of civilization. The Mayan calendar, Stonehenge, the Egyptian pyramids, the temple of Angkor Wat, each ancient monument offers a hint of a millennial mystery, a mystery that will affect all living beings on Earth. The Mayan Testament, Steve Alten’s international best seller, is a thriller that catches the reader and guides him through an exciting journey around the world to discover ancient secrets about the history of mankind and the future of existence. The Maya Testament is an exciting career to save humanity, and includes a great deal of action, romance and suspense.

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