Book: Kesselvassa - The Triangle of Doom II by William T. Marshall
categories: Book, Pyramids, Ancient Egypt, World War II, Occult, Submarine Warfare, Elysium, Alien Conflict
William T. Marshall about this book: Set in 1941…"Kesselvassa the Triangle of Doom II" is the second in the "Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom" trilogy and details the first expedition to the "Triangle of Doom" commanded by Emily Adams's father Colonel Heinrik Kesselvassa. The expedition is dispatched on the direct orders of Adolf Hitler himself who's convinced that if he can harness the powers he believes to be concealed inside the "Triangle" then he will indeed be able to steer and impact on not only the course of the war but his own destiny besides. Kesselvassa heads a strange team of specialists, all experts in their own field, archaeologists, biblical experts, scientists, geneticists, all protected by a team of crack paratroopers.
The team travels to the recently discovered "Triangle of Doom" and penetrates its interior discovering that the origins of the "Triangle go way back to the earliest of man kinds written history, and that it does indeed have a crucial role to play in the spiritual management of mankind. Kesselvassa has to battle and overcome many difficulties along the way and finally does make contact with the alien presence in control of the Triangle. Kesselvassa manages to escape the "Triangle" but it is all part of a sinister plot by the alien management of the "Triangle" to use the weapons at the disposal of Kesselvassa, namely U-235 to influence the outcome of the war and bring about their desired conclusion. Kesselvassa escaping from the "Triangle finds himself thrust into a fierce submarine war that for the sake of mankind he has to win with he being the only person on the planet knowing why?
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