The Eternals is a fictional tale that blurs the lines between science fact and science fiction. It opens the mind to plausible possibilities, while calling into question long-accepted doctrine.
To anyone who has had an interest in mysticism, ancient teachings, modern dogma, conspiracy, psychic phenomena, and the mysteries surrounding abilities shared by many animal species, but are completely foreign to humans; this book will appeal to your thirst for knowledge and tempt your curious nature.
Have you ever wondered how the Monarchs know to gather at the Oyamel Fir Forests of Mexico each winter? Or how sea turtles and salmon navigate vast oceans, only to return to their place of birth?
And, what would happen if man learned how to access these abilities? Would we share that knowledge for the benefit of mankind, or would we use it as a weapon against our own species?
It tells a story of a man who learns to access the natural network that exists on our planet, giving him abilities far beyond those of normal men.
Schneider considers himself an adventurer. From riding motorcycles to jumping out of airplanes, eating guinea pig, to walking the Appalachian Trail, ff an opportunity presented itself, he is usually ready to give it a shot.
The Eternals was an adventure that began in New Jersey and took him to the beautiful Andes Mountains of Peru, an exploration that was physical, in his logic, in research and in his imagination which he credits being one of the "coolest" adventures of them all.
A foreign language major turned General Manager, Schneider has been happily married for over three decades with four children and is male breast cancer survivor.
Barnes & Noble Rowan University Bookstore 201 Rowan BoulevardGlassboro, NJ 08028 Tuesday, May 10th at 7pm