Anne Le Clair travels to Glastonbury with her fiancée, Egyptologist and mystic Michael Levy, to investigate a house she has inherited from a mysterious aunt…only to find trouble waiting. One of Avalon’s sacred twin springs is failing. Together, Anne and Michael try to restore the water flow, but discover there is much more at stake: the Illuminati master Alexander Cagliostro has activated an ancient crystal tower, tearing a hole in time that threatens so much more than one sacred spring.
Meanwhile, in ancient Atlantis, Megan, priestess of the Crystal Matrix Chamber, flees the destruction of her world carrying with herself a vital artifact.
He floated in a golden sphere, free of thought and time. The light cleared and he saw below him a group of people in a circle…no, it was a dodecahedron, a twelve-sided figure. He floated inside the Tuaoi Stone, which now stood upright in the center of a chamber. He watched as the group chanted, intensifying the energy. Something began to form in the stone next to him, a shape like a fetus that grew in the blink of an eye into a humanoid. The being pushed through the crystal to the surface, as if she were gelatinous, then started and turned, catching Cagliostro out of the corner of her eye. One of the workers ran toward the tall crystal.
No, Cagliostro thought, you can’t stop me. He reached past the being and brushed against the man who had left the circle.
“You are not a harmonic,” the entity at the surface of the crystal said in an apologetic tone. She pushed Cagliostro into blackness.