The Valediction: Resurrection – by Elizabeth Gould, Paul Fitzgerald
The Valediction-Resurrection combines the esoteric qualities of The Ninth Gate and Field of Dreams as Paul Fitzgerald’s mind is opened to the unexplored role that the mysticism of Afghanistan played in drawing him into its vortex. That investigation begins with his search into his Fitzgerald family’s participation in the 12th century Norman invasion of Ireland. The story comes full circle when Paul fulfills his deepest purpose by connecting the land of his Geraldine ancestors to the ground of Afghanistan in a very personal and mystical way. It reads like a novel but it all really happened!
As we dug into our Fitzgerald family history we discovered the bitter struggle for power within the Anglo/Norman deep-state that has raged beneath the surface down through the centuries. On November 22, 1963 Americans were shocked by the public execution of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. In the years since every manner of conspiracy theory has been advanced to explain what happened. But killing the only Roman Catholic President of the United States on the site of the first Masonic Temple in Dallas on the Masonic day of revenge for the destruction of the Knights Templar (November 22) bespeaks a ritual. If the assassination could have been an act of retribution for an eight hundred year old vendetta then we all must begin to view history from a more complex perspective. In order to understand a “deep-state,” we must all begin to ask “deep-questions” and be willing to accept “deep-answers,” no matter where they lead. The best book to start that investigation is The Valediction-Resurrection. It delivers!