George S. Naas is a long-time Colorado resident who firmly believes that this book is the result of a supernatural inspiration. In 1997, as he lay in bed, frustrated with all the hate and death in the world, he prayed for a story idea. He woke up about 2 a.m. and immediately began writing about ancient Egypt, a topic he had no interest in writing about. He later checked the details he’d written about Egypt and found that they were true. As he wrote about Horus and Seth, a new character emerged, a woman who had died in 1947, someone he had no prior knowledge of. When he went looking for her, he found her tomb really did exist. He now claims that this book is only part of the work he must do for the Eternal Lord of Hosts.
This is a book about good and evil and the human heart. It’s the story of two brothers, Horus and Seth, both gods of ancient Egypt. They have waged war against each other for centuries, from Kush (Sudan) to modern Iraq, and now they will clash in the final battle of Armageddon. Horus has been on the side of good, and under the orders of the Eternal Lord of Hosts, he’s brought evil to justice. His latest assignment is his own brother, the greatest evil the world has ever known. And caught in the middle is an American family who will play a vital role in the fate of the world.
3500 years ago, Horus, unwilling to kill his brother, imprisoned him in a tomb to save the world from his tyrannical rule.