Eccenova Books has announced that in July they will be releasing the sequel to the well-received (and I will post a review of it one day soon) Heavenly Lights: The Apparitions of Fátima and the UFO Phenomenon. In fact, the upcoming book – titled Celestial Secrets: The Hidden History of the Fátima Cover-Up – will be the second book in what is a trilogy on the topic of the ‘Miracle at Fatima‘. The blurb reads:
In 1978, Portuguese historians Joaquim Fernandes and Fina d’Armada were given unprecedented access to the original records of the Fátima incident, which had been held secretly by the Church in archives located at the Sanctuary of Fátima since 1917.
Here, for the first time, they tell the esoteric history of the “cover story” concocted by the Church in 1941, which has both shaped our modern view of the Fátima incident and obscured its true significance as the first major close encounter case of the 20th century.
The final book, Fátima Revisited: The Apparition Phenomenon in Myth, Religion, and Science, is to be released next year.It’s a fascinating topic, and I’m looking forward to seeing these follow-ups to Heavenly Lights.