Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Guest Post from Annelies George, author of Quest to the Unknown

Title: Quest to the Unknown
Author: Annelies George
Publisher: Hybrid Global Publishing
Genre: Mystery/Suspense
Format: Paperback/Ebook
On Tour: January 22 - February 16

Quest to the Unknown revolves around up-and-coming Dutch reporter Jessie Golden, ready for her first holiday with business mogul and playboy Carlos Gomez, with whom she is engaged in a budding romance. Her journey begins when she finds a folder full of information on a mysterious woman named Nancy and her son Paul, leading her to an unexpected quest. Soon thereafter Jessie is confronted with a series of unexplainable supernatural occurrences. She realizes there is no such thing as coincidence, although she can’t unravel the true meaning of her quest nor her link to Nancy and her son. At the same time Jessie believes Carlos’ father has ties with some questionable characters. Startled by a series of unexpected events she reaches out to Ed Turner, Carlos’ right-hand man. In order to protect the one she truly loves, Jessie starts an investigation that points to the murky world of the mob. When a stranger is constantly following her, Jessie’s life is in serious danger. Can the ones she implicitly confides in, still be trusted? The first part of the Jessie Golden 21st Century Earth Series, introduces the main characters of the saga in an intriguing story of exceptional mother love, the far reaching consequences of choices in life, genuine feelings, blind faith and brutal deception, set in a multitude of countries in today’s fast moving business world.


In the year 2012 - when the Maya Calendar stopped, marking the start of a new spiritual age - Munay-Ki was very popular.  This old rite from the Q’ero Indians was introduced to the Western World by Dr. Albert Villoldo.  Munay-Ki means love energy, the energy of the heart. Through a number of specific initiations you’ll get emotionally and physically cleaned up, making you susceptible for change, focused on a new world in which mankind is more connected with the Earth.

When writing the second part of the Jessie Golden Series (Darkness and Light) I decided to join a Munay-Ki class as part of my research. In the syllabus of the workshop a reference was made to the Theory of Quantum Physics in conjunction with the number 144000 and a prophecy stating that if a group of 144.000 people would gather at sunrise, watching the sun come up in peace and harmony, holding hands, the bundling of positive energy could mean the start of world peace! Intrigued by this mysterious premonition I decided to take a closer look at Quantum Physics.

In a nutshell it all comes down to the structuring of particles. It states that if one particle is more organized than another, the lesser organized particle will be structured in the same way as the more organized one once they meet. And even when they separate the restructured particle will act as its influencer. All of a sudden I saw a parallel with the awareness of the human mind.  When it’s less developed than another, it’s more open for ideas of stronger minded characters. And if those ideas are repeated continuously, the less developed mind is starting to believe in these ideas and begins to think in the same way as its influencer, in turn impacting other less developed people.

I reflected on the matter.  Historically, it works like a charm if someone has a very bad, almost evil idea. Once launched, it will spread like wildfire. Take Hitler as an example. In no time almost the entire nation was supporting his philosophy and standing behind him, which had far-reaching consequences.  The same can be said about terrorist organisations. A conclusive proof that an action of one person can affect those of another, particularly in times of economic set back or other stressful times when people are more vulnerable; in essence it’s very easy to start a “snowball effect”, also confirmed by Quantum Physics.

Fascinated by my findings, I concluded that the snowball effect works well as history proves, so far targeting evil and very bad practices. So why can’t it do exactly the same when the intention is good and full of love? Applying the saying “improve the world and start with yourself”, I started the Loveable Light initiative doing exactly that; making people aware of the working of Quantum Physics at the same time stimulating them to be more conscious about their everyday life and the powerful light within called love.

The Theory of Quantum Physics became one of the cornerstones of the Jessie Golden Saga. The book series and the Loveable Light initiative are very closely connected and dear to my heart.  How it fits within the attempt of the protagonist of the book, Jessie Golden, to save humanity from total extinction you have to read for yourself. The first part Quest to the Unknown beat J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter for a few days on Amazon and gained number 1 international bestseller status. Only for a limited time available for $ 1,99 (kindle version).

Annelies George was born on 4 August, 1964 in Bussum, After the gymnasium, she followed a one-year course as an international secretary in Amsterdam. Immediately afterward she started to work for a law firm, studying finance, management and law during the evening hours with the goal of becoming a lawyer herself. A move to a different town brought her into the fast IT world, where she was employed by GE Capital, marking the start of a successful career in the international IT Finance world. Due to the intensity of the job and long working hours, she abandoned her plans for a law degree. At the age of 30, she was appointed to Benelux managing director of a US based lease company, a rare phenomenon at the time, since few women were holding similar positions in the specific branch in the Netherlands. Thereafter she accepted a variety of EMEA and regional management and sales roles with Cisco, Microsoft, and Hewlett Packard. Annelies still lives in Bussum and is taking care of her 83-year-old mother. She loves, among other activities, to paint and design necklaces when she is not writing. On occasion she likes to travel to discover new places and understand the different ways of living around the globe.

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