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3/19/2012 8:03:00 AM
Wine & Cheese book signing at Sedona Treasures this weekend

On Saturday , March 24, 2-5 p.m., Sedona Treasures will be hosting the book signing for Aleya Annaton featuring her new release of THE TECHNOLOGY OF GOD, A QUEST FOR THE SECRET OF CREATION, a paradigm smashing new view of reality.

The spiritual community may finally have their champion in the scientific arena with physicist Nassim Haramein who has put forth a whole new view of creation that supports many New Age concepts. Sedona author, Aleya Annaton, who lectures across the country on Haramein's theory, has masterfully woven this real life theory of physics into a compelling story of love, intrigue, and suspense that entertains while conveying information that could rock the worlds of science and religion.

The Technology of God, Aleya Annaton's first novel, is being met with enthusiastic review from readers. Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints Of The Gods and Entangled said, "The Technology of God offers mind-bending physics, a chilling vision of America's future, and the ultimate hope of redemption, all wrapped up in a rattling good read."

Nassim Haramein said, "Aleya Annaton, has masterfully woven my Unified Field Theory into a novel format that both informs and entertains. I highly recommend "The Technology of God" to anyone who is interested in gaining an understanding of my work or simply enjoying a mesmerizing story that will keep you turning the pages to find out what happens next."

"I did a 20-year self study of quantum physics," said Annaton. "I have a good layman's understanding of basic principles, so when I heard Haramein's theory, I understood the science and realized that he was on to something that made far more sense than the convoluted theories mainstream science is currently espousing.

Sedona Treasures owners Judy Erickson and Liliana Morales have made it their mission to support local artists and the local economy while sharing Sedona talent with the rest of the world.

Sedona Treasures is located at 671 Hwy 179 at the Hillside Shops across from Javelina Cantina restaurant. Wine and cheese will be served during the book signing.

For more information on Sedona Treasures or Aleya Annaton's Saturday appearance call (928) 282-8163

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