Chattanooga Author Dean Arnold Writes New Book On Ethiopia

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Chattanooga author Dean Arnold has written a new book on Ethiopia.

It is titled "Unknown Empire: The True Story of Mysterious Ethiopia And The Future Ark of Civilization."

The publishers said, "Who will lead the continent of the future? Unknown Empire begins with a barefoot Ethiopian army defeating thousands of European soldiers in 1896. As the only African nation to never be conquered, they defeated Mussolini during WWII. With the West dying but Africa booming, Ethiopia faces population control leaders such as Bill Gates and the U.N. in an epic confrontation for the future of civilization.

"In all these confrontations, the Ark of the Covenant plays a central role for Ethiopians who believe that they have held the world's most famous object since before the time of Christ. The author explores the Ark claim throughout and weaves in the claims of Eden and empire. Utilizing his trademark style-history with a plot-Dean W. Arnold provides a unique and edifying experience, a 'non-fiction novel' where every exciting action and quote is true."

The book is on sale on Kindle at $9.95 and in paperback from Amazon Prime at $22.95.

An earlier book by Mr. Arnold was "Old Money, New South: The Spirit of Chattanooga."

He also wrote, "America's Trail of Tears: A Story of Love and Betrayal" and "The Cherokee Princes."

He wrote "Hillary and Vince: A Story of Love, Death and Coverup."

The publisher said, "Dean Arnold grew up talking conservative theology over dinner with his Ph.D. father, a pastor, while his activist grandfather preached human rights and the glories of the United Nations. His mother teaches Biblical female roles in East Africa. Her grandfather founded the Hollywood Bowl and promoted free sex and socialism.

"Dean conquers the complexity with large doses of coffee, cigars, and liturgy. He is tonsured as "The Reader Gabriel" by the Orthodox Church in America.

 

 

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