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The Age of Fire by Nathan Hoturoa Gray
Commencing from the devastation of Apartheid heralding the rise of Mandela and concluding with the wars erupting throughout the Middle East igniting the religious, racial and cultural transformations occurring all around the planet – this is a journey from Cape to Cairo of a completely different calibre.
Nathan Hoturoa Gray travels through some of the planet’s most compelling battlegrounds observing from where our species has come and where it is heading. ‘The Age of Fire’ delivers a powerful statement on humanity covering issues of race relations and global imbalance as we tackle the challenges of the Fifth Cultural Ecology: an era commencing with the end of the Mayan Calendar December 21, 2012.
Providing both prophectic and futuristic thinking about how we must attempt to face overpopulation, environmental instability, food and water shortage the book finds the one key global moral that will give humanity a chance to survive and remain dignified through the cataclysmic challenges of the 21st Century.