Mt. Sinai find pits American reporter against biblical aliens to stop 2012 Apocalypse

“The God Key – Book I: Return of the Nephilim” by John R. Fogarty offers readers a unique glimpse into man’s distant past, puzzling ancient structures, biblical horrors and ancient aliens
(PR NewsChannel) / October 24, 2012 / INDIANAPOLIS  

The God Key

"The God Key" by John R. Fogarty

John R. Fogarty mixes equal parts horror, archeology, ancient alien theory and the biblical end of days into a seething witch’s brew titled “The God Key – Book I: Return of the Nephilim” (ISBN 1475066996). Written for horror fans and Christians alike, his latest release puts a thrilling twist on ancient alien theories and the biblical apocalypse.

It all starts when Israeli archeologists discover chunks of the original Ten Commandments – the ones destroyed by Moses – in the Sinai Desert. David Connors, an American reporter covering the dig, realizes he’s seen the ancient symbols on the stones before: on the alleged Roswell UFO debris of 1947, which he saw several years ago while covering that story. The connection is a bombshell – one that could make him very rich. Or very dead.

Once back in the States, David is unable to find his Roswell photos; they’ve been stolen. Meanwhile, a timeless, faceless terror, summoned by a renegade Kabbalist, is hot on his heels, killing and mutilating anyone who sees the symbols. David must enlist the help of his friend Cyndi, a former Mossad agent, to solve a series of ancient puzzles in the Holy Land and prevent the biblical Nephilim from launching the Apocalypse on December 21, 2012.

“I started writing ‘The God Key’ six years ago, long before the History Channel started their ‘Ancient Aliens’ series,” says Fogarty. “I’ve always been intrigued by Erich von Daniken’s books, especially ‘Chariots of the Gods.’ Once I began studying ancient structures in the Middle East, I realized ancient man could not have built these places, but someone did. Once I linked that someone with the Nephilim from the Old Testament, the rest tore off my keyboard like a storm.”

With talk of the 2012 doomsday lingering, “The God Key” offers horror, sci-fi and history fans a fantastical spin on the biblical accounts of “fallen ones,” their offspring and current ancient alien theory. Fogarty hopes that his novel inspires readers to research similar topics, much like von Daniken’s “Chariots of the Gods” did for him over four decades ago.

“The God Key – Book I: Return of the Nephilim” is available for sale online at and other channels.

About the Author: John R. Fogarty has published novels, short stories and screenplays. He has been studying ancient alien theory since the 1970s, after reading Erich von Daniken’s “Chariots of the Gods.” Ever since, he has been convinced that aliens visited the earth and left their mark years ago. As a Christian, he also believes in the biblical account – and that there is a link between the two.

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