In 1980 Stephen Anthony is dragged by his girlfriend to a psychic fair on Long Island. Stephen is picked out of an audience by the medium and is told that he will write a story in midlife that will be well received by the world. Stephen is told to remember the name Michael.
Nearly thirty years later to the moment of the psychic’s prediction; Stephen Anthony a freelance writer reading the story of “The Legend of JC Brown” on the internet decides to spend two weeks to investigate the legend. When Stephen solves the mystery he contacts the Stockton Record newspaper who originally printed the story in 1934. He is directed to speak to a columnist named Michael. With the help of Michael, Stephen Anthony spins “The Legend of J.C. Brown” and the lost ancient Lemurian treasure into gold.
Pearson's extraordinary success in Mexico took place within the context
of unprecedented levels of British trade with and investment in Latin
America, Garner argues that Pearson should be understood less as an
agent of British imperialism than as an agent of Mexican state
building and modernization. Pearson was able to secure contracts for
some of nineteenth-century Mexico's most important public works projects
in large part because of his reliability, his empathy with the
development project of Mexican President Porfirio Díaz, and his
assiduous cultivation of a business network within the Mexican
political elite. His success thus provides an opportunity to reappraise
the role played by overseas interests in the national development of
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