The Athena Projectby Brad Thor A Review by Regis Schlken
“Incredible brilliance often dwells on the razor’s edge of madness …!” (Pg. 132)
If you are one of those persons drawn to the obliquely mysterious, and even more fascinated by rumors that the United States government has taken part in covering up those mysteries, then The Athena Project is the book for you.
Four top-notch American counter terrorists from Delta Force are called upon to locate and capture the man responsible for killing more than twenty Americans in the Italian city of Rome. Delta Force is an elitist group of operatives trained to cleverly infiltrate terrorist cells.
In The Athena Project, these skilled fighters, talented both mentally and physically are extremely attractive women who eventually lure the Venetian arms supplier into their snares. This man is know to be able to deliver! He can deliver any number of terrorist devices to any group, anywhere, at any time, providing the price is right.
The four women, however, find that this arms supplier is involved in a far more deadly plot. Using secret technology started by the Nazis near the end of World War II and now reaching near perfection, it will soon be possible for any fanatical group possessing the technology and the teleportation equipment to eliminate the undesirables of the world.
By using a futuristic transporter that can render objects invisible to the naked eye and at the same time transport them over vast distances, warheads could soon be beamed molecularly and invisibly from place to place, not just warheads, but entire armies and equipment. Thus, an attack upon any nation could come at any time and begin in any city chosen by terrorists.
But transporter trials have not always been successful. The four women involved in The Athena Project are called to investigate a secret abandoned facility in the jungles of South America . Deep inside the compound’s tunnels, to their horror, they find human skeletons partially embedded in solid rock. These remains were obviously fouled attempts by Nazis to tele-transport people through space and possibly even time. This human Guinea pigs were concentration camp victims.
Of course, scientists in the United States are also exploring teleportation hoping to find ways to protect an area, a city, or even the nation as a whole against an invisible bomb or army attack, and at every turn, there are spies attempting to learn of her secrets. On the other hand, when possible, the U.S. has captured and interred scientists, particularly those who did research during Hitler’s regime.
In The Athena Project, the four female operatives become entangled in all of the above. They begin to uncover secrets which, up until now, were Top Secret even to some of the highest government officials. But as brilliant as this female team is, will they be able to put an end to the annihilistic threats posed by the new teleportation theory? Is such an end even possible? The answer lies in The Athena Project. Read it because: “Incredible brilliance often dwells on the razor’s edge of madness …!”
All of the Internet sites below provide the pivotal bearings for The Athena Project.
Denver International Airport —– www.skeptoid.com/episodes/4194
Philadelphia Experiment —– www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philadelphia_Experiment
Hans Kammler —– www.greyfalcon.us/restored/KAMMLER.htm
Camp Hero , Montauk Point, Long Island —– www.aquiziam.com/montauk-mystery.html
Operation Paperclip —– www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Paperclip
Zbiroh Castle – Chech Republic —– www.zbiroh.com/castle-of-forgotten-mysteries
Nazi “Miracle Weapons” of Wunderwaffen —– www.en.wikipedia.org/wikiDie_Glocke