SPHINX: THE SECOND COMING delves into the powers of the Ancient Gods of Egypt, and conjures them into a thrilling science fiction adventure. The Sphinx waits. Methane bubbles beneath the ocean’s beds. Catastrophe is coming. A team of westerners is set to unlock a code found deep in the fabric of the Great Pyramid. The puzzle goes beyond time – for secrets of Ancient Egypt are alive beneath modern Cairo. The puzzle stretches into the universe, where the ruling powers on distant galaxies stay alert for the future of planet Earth. This is visionary storytelling of the highest order that takes you deep into the mysteries of Egypt, and the wildest reaches of the imagination.
IMMEDIATE HARM: Kevin Rogan’s a young lawyer in a big New York firm. The last thing he needs is a pro bono case on top of his work load. His client’s in the mid-West: a smart and beautiful girl who has fallen into deep schizophrenia overnight. Her friends start falling as well. Schizophrenia isn’t contagious—or is it? The girls all live surrounded by fields of genetically modified corn. Could an infectious agent jump from corn to attack the human brain? The clock is ticking. It’s growing season. Can Kevin prove that allowing the corn to bloom will cause great, irreparable and immediate harm? Arrayed against him, one of the world’s most powerful corporations will stop at nothing to suppress the evidence.
A FIELD GUIDE TO THE SOUL: A DOWN-TO-EARTH HANDBOOK OF SPIRITUAL PRACTICE: In the tradition of The Seat of the Soul, The Soul’s Code, and Care of the Soul, here is a primer readers are calling “the Bible for the new millennium.” Thornton’s years as one of the nation’s top environmental lawyers enable him to explain complex matters clearly and simply. The result is an extraordinary document that transmits perennial teachings from all the great spiritual traditions and mindfulness practices for transforming our modes of thinking and feeling in order to establish a deep bond with all other beings on the earth.
DIGGING DEEPER, CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT 2006: Company law in the UK governs how UK-based companies report on their impacts on the environment and people all across the globe.
In 2010 ClientEarth published a major study of the UK law that governs company reporting on environmental and social issues, looking in particular at the extractive industries in practice.