In this book, fourth in the series, Pamela looks at Julian Assange, Editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, and Ned Kelly, legendary Aussie bushranger and notes the similarities between the two men. From their shared geographical positioning during their upbringing, generations apart, to their decision to take matters into their own hands to buck the system they lived under, with whatever means they had at their disposal. Pamela then looks at the oil-pipeline that begins at the Caspian Sea, passes through Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, the present theatre of war, then Pakistan; and whether the need for oil might have had a bearing on the situation we find ourselves in today. What does The Bible Code have to say about these people and things? Might it give us some clues as to how to proceed from here? The answers to these questions may have lain undisturbed, like an entombed Egyptian mummy, unknown and unanswered in a book 3,000 years old, one which the advent of the computer has unlocked and finally revealed.