In the remote Peten jungle of Guatemala, famous Dutch archeologist Dr. Jana deVries discovers a strange and powerful glowing artifact. Her associate, Canadian medical archeologist Dr. Greg Fallows, fears she will take sole credit for the find; in a fit of insanity brought on by contact with the relic, he kills her. The move causes Greg's life to implode. The esoteric kwledge he discovered in the relic-and killed for-once belonged to the medieval Knights Templar. He becomes trapped in a scheme by senior international government officials and business scions-very influential people who believe the artifact has the power to change history. Greg's life becomes caught in a modern battle of good versus evil. In addition to government officials, a shadowy terrorist group wants the relic to engineer a coup and seize control of international monetary markets. The roiling conflict makes it increasingly difficult for Greg to separate external reality from his profoundly deteriorating internal world. With circumstances spiraling out of control and the net of justice closing in on him, Greg must choose between the dark or the light if he wants to survive. Full of suspense, Only the Moon Rages weaves a spellbinding tale of religious conspiracy and political intrigue.