Ever wonder how the Tower of Babel and Pangea were related? In Jay M Horne’s “Hubudi” Jesse awakens in an amazonian jungle with no recollection of who he is, wearing an oddly out of place pair of sandals, against the contrast of his cleanly pressed business suit. This new book takes him on a vivid adventure through time and explores the depths of creation, love, and loss, and the coming of Adam and Eve. Walk with him as he sets out to Raise the Tower of Nimrod.
Waking in a Jungle wearing a 1,800 sweat suit and a ragged pair of sandals, this time he’d done it. He leans up against what looks like a tourist exhibit, a tomb. Fenced off and marked with a brass studded silver plaque that reads,
“Who but I can reveal the secrets of the unhewn dolmen? Who but I can make known the ages of the moon? Who but I can know the secret resting place off the sun?”
He then thinks to himself, “Who but I wakes up in the jungle with a 1,800 sweat suit on and a beat up pair of sandals?”
His adventure may end at this tomb as he traces his path and shaky memory to his destiny. He will come to live and love deeply, and the sandals… Well you will have to wait and find out why he has those sandals on. A good memory needs a good marker. He will lead the way in bridging the gap of worldly separation. He finds himself on a journey to bring the planet back to life by erasing racial segregation and social degradation. Finding the power in the human spirit to move actual mountains with but the faith of a mustard seed. The Earth as we know it will come to be known as a true reflection of our mentalities as the human race.
Hubudi will unlock the secret mystery of human nature and restore power back to ourselves and our planet, which will in turn pull our divided continents back together. All will become one. Everyone will see the beauty of human life and the power and potential of human spirit as we follow Hubudi on his journey into the forgotten realm of knowledge that he finds and re-members piece by piece.
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