Perplex Vision 2000
I wrote this book inspired by our latest efforts to connect with the "Universal Village," which I believe will show results in the very near future. What sets this book apart from other "alien" books is the fact that it is written with heart and passion, giving the reader a chance to emotionally interact with the story's development and participate with the characters in solving the numerous conflicts. The book is quite unique for another reason--it's written in a reversed angle, the perplexity and new discoveries are perceived from the alien's point-of-view, giving the book a sudden immediacy which I tried to sustain throughout the entire story. The beauty and ugliness of our endeavours perceived by curious and humble extra-terrestrial eyes trapped in the middle of it all, forced by circumstances to react to the events.
Without giving away the plot of the book, I would like to assure my readers that it will be a rewarding and emotionally-fulfilling experience.
Mike Anka, the author
advanced civilization’s spaceship traveling through on one of its space
journeys discovers a “wandering” unmanned mysterious space capsule.
The spaceship seizes the capsule and takes it to their planet to identify
its nature. The discovery
astonishes the travelers: It is a
space module sent out by planet Earth in search of other civilizations.
Impressed by the capsule’s content and presentation, the Vestals decide
to send one of their advanced ships down to planet Earth to establish contact
with the humans.
Vestal spaceship crash-lands in the Florida marshes and all its crew perishes
with the exception of two. Stranded
and injured, trying to find their way they happen upon and witness a brutal
murder in the Florida marshlands. The
aliens resurrect the dead bodies and transfer their souls into them.
Shortly after the powerful human psyche returns to the bodies and an
book ends with the five making positive contact with NASA which will help
the return of the enriched aliens to their home planet.
The Human mindscape will never be the same!
Page 1 of Perplex Vision 2000: First Contact Earth
The spacecraft, hurtling through the galaxy, was the only
visible disturbance in the cold darkness. The stillness was so disconcerting,
and so powerful that it was evoking profound, shapeless images in the minds of
the four astronauts stationed behind the control consoles of their spacecraft.
Vaton, the spaceship's commander, was staring intently through the front
shield of his ship into the darkness. His
well-tuned intuition was responding to a remote signal, he was sensing danger,
yet he could not determine its nature or its direction.
These early warning signs had started nearly six hours ago.
Trusting his intuitive senses, which had proved themselves accurate time
and time again, he closely monitored his ship's behavior, the crew's physical
and mental status, and his detailed galaxy chart.
They were on course, and everything was in perfect working order.
He glanced at his console again. Although
the hypersensitive instruments in front of him were active there was no
indication of any change in status. But,
his biological sensors continued to indicate approaching danger, and for some
reason he felt his chest tightening.
Vaton glanced at his crew. The
three astronaut-scientists were all veterans in space travel.
Their attentions were focused and alert he sensed, but they appeared
relaxed as they monitored the spaceship's high-velocity propulsion parameters.
After traveling nearly one and a half light years through space, they
were finally getting closer to home. He
and his crew were so excited that the energy level in the spacecraft was
increasing in intensity as they approached their planet.
Telepathically, Vaton knew that two of his crewmembers were analyzing the
mysterious capsule they had captured earlier.
A capsule they had found drifting aimlessly through the outer layers of
the solar system. It was occupying
Vaton's mind as well, for the capsule provided tangible proof that other
civilizations existed elsewhere in the galaxy.
He could not wait to reach the home base to investigate its enigmatic
His survival instincts jolted his attention back to the instruments, but
their status had still not changed. Yet,
instinctively, he knew that something was about to occur.
His inner warning signals were pulsing strongly demanding his attention.
Vaton alerted his crew. The
four astronauts were engaging all the standby protective systems of the
spacecraft, and were carefully monitoring the jet-black space in front of them.
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