Sub Rosa America and the Fall of the New Atlantis: Gone to Croatan (Paperback)
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Told from a 2019 perspective when all the Earth is convulsing and the United States of America is collapsing due either to Nature taking back her own, or to a HAARP-driven error, or to a purposeful Tesla sabotage to force a new beginning, the five books of Sub Rosa America comprise an occult history of the United States since November 22, 1963 that we all should have read years ago before we fell asleep in front of the TV and iPhone . . . Book I, "Gone to Croatan," revisits Sixties counterculture at the University of California in Santa Barbara just after the Bank of America has been burned to the ground. A tangled web of political intrigue generated by intelligence factions back East draws six protagonists together and forces a decision to flee into the Southwest desert where they will encounter a Mayan Timekeeper writing a chronicle of the fall of the New Atlantis.
About the Author
Elana Freeland is a ghostwriter and author of nonfiction books that grapple with National Security State issues. She came of political age during the COINTELPRO decade of Vietnam, street riots, political assassinations, and all-night rap sessions about the Establishment's downfall. Her US Navy Intelligence father was enmeshed with the military-industrial complex she writes about. Like the characters in the book, readers will learn how every major event and personality in the United States political establishment over the past 50 years is tied in one way or another to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas. She has a BA in creative writing and wrote her Master's thesis on historiography.