What is the relation between a secret South American labyrinth and a rich Hungarian woman with panic attacks?
Eva, a kind of „femme fatale” from the Budapest high society, is suffocating in her golden cage of the emptiness in her life. She is much neglected by her cold and manipulating husband, a financial investor. One morning, when he leaves for Buenos Aires with the early morning flight, three hours later Eva throws her claret little suitcase on the back seat of her burgundy Audi-6 and drives straight to her birth town to string the thread of her life. “Come what may, after me, the flood” is the feeling she wants to experience that early February morning, which otherwise seemed like any other day.
She visits the old lady friend of her deceased mother who happens to have a visitor from Argentina: a handsome archeologist nephew Paolo. A romantic love story evolves into a mystic adventure: a cave expedition in Ecuador to find artifacts and golden plates with unknown writings related to mysterious ancient civilizations.
On the spur of the moment, she accepts Paolo's invitation to Argentina, and with her best friend Angela (who is actually the story-teller) they decide to start something new. But neither of the women could guess that this trip was not merely the ending of a past but the beginning of a totally new life, leading them to a totally new world... and beyond! In the company of Paolo, his also very charming step-brother and ex-Jesuit priest Theo, and Peter, a young archeologist, the team sets off for all over South America. A romantic love story evolves into a mystic adventure: a cave expedition in Ecuador to find artifacts and golden plates with unknown writings related to mysterious ancient civilizations.
Eva discovers unknown civilizations, sees unbelievable remnants of an ignored history. Her faith and beliefs are soon upside down.
During this exciting South-American journey through rainforests and high Andean peaks, wild rivers and aboriginal tribes, the life of a woman opens up and lets us look into another inner journey towards her real self and “up” to other dimensions. A gate opens for us as well towards ancient wisdom, mystic legends, long-lost treasures and secret teachings.
Eva practically climbs the steps of an ancient initiation: the grades of physical, mental and spiritual awakenings. She discovers that she is one of the so-called Golden Women (in Hungarian mythology they were God-chosen women to cure and heal and who possess the “sixth sense”) with a special mission for mankind.
The frame of the story is based on truth and reality. The Argentinean Juan Moricz of Hungarian origin discovers a huge and secret labyrinth beneath the Andes Mountains, the now famous Tayos Caves. The native shuar tribe in Ecuador shows him a secret chamber full of incredible artifacts, statuettes and golden plates with unknown writing on them. The famous 1976 expedition was organized by his British friend Stanley Hall, and the head of the expedition was the American astronaut Neil Armstrong. (The author personally interviewed the key persons in this true story in Ecuador, Stan Hall’s daughter included, which can be listened to in English by the readers.