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Eyes in the Sky

Just completed a short story called ‘Eyes in the Sky’. This story is about a planet called Eos that’s a strange, totalitarian planet locked in a cycle of self destruction where everyone is chipped, monitored, scanned, and forced to adhere to the one true religion of ‘Mother Madea’ - or else receive ‘treatment’ at the medical facility known as ‘The Ranch’.

Into this crashes a humble alien, Mujav, a man on a mission to save the planet from itself – a task rendered almost impossible by dogma, fear, prejudice, and the fact that Mujav looks strikingly similar to the locals, hence no one believes he’s an alien.

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Eyes in the Sky is a story of a planet’s transformation. Just the presence of Mujav directly conflicts with the religious, military and the political infrastructure of Eos, and any citizen assisting in Mujav’s global paradigm shift will face heavy consequences – but none more so than Mujav, who faces a sentence of death for speaking the truth. Yet strangely, this may even be his goal…

Okay, so that’s the summary. Now I’ll give you a little more of the thought behind the story without giving away the story. I’ve noticed as I’ve gotten older that getting the truth out of anyone I see in the mainstream media is getting harder and harder. I think everyone feels that they can’t trust the masses with the truth. Now if that’s true, where the hell does society go? Do we end up with a bunch of intellectual, private schooled, FED funded controllers with a totally dumbed down populations? Is that what we have today? I hope not, as I’m somewhat of an optimist. Also, the story has a somewhat religious tone, and in that society they use a Mother Madea as an excuse for everything done. Now, I think spirituality is important, but we as humans can use it to justify any atrocity, so I think all people need to use their brains in conjunction with their beliefs.

Lastly, in this story I talk about the planet Eos’s global warming. Now, I can tell you that it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell you that the weather on good ‘ole planet Earth is screwed up. We’re getting some of the coldest weather seen in decades and in other areas some of the hottest. We’re seeing bigger snow storms, more rain, floods, and even some weird stuff like birds and fish dying. Now this is great material for a SF writer, but as a citizen of this planet, it concerns me. I really hate it when I hear people say, “See, the planet isn't really getting any warmer, look at these cold weather patterns. Global warming is a hoax.” They allege something like it's so we have to pay a carbon tax or something like that. All I ask is this. “For the month that you saw all that cold weather in cities, A,B, and C, what was the global average temperature? Did it go up or down for that month when you look at the known history of temperatures?” Most people go, “A…duh, I don’t know.” I don’t even want to tell those folks the answer, but if they look, they can see that usually it’s been the highest monthly global temperature recorded in history—even when they have cold record in their home towns. Regardless of the reason, planet Earth is heating up, and it’s not good. This can and in my opinion will end up have disastrous consequences. The question I leave for everyone is: What can each one of us do?

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Alien Agenda: Fact or Fiction

Now I have to admit, that I've read books about UFOs since I was about ten or eleven years old.  When I was a kid I read the Air Force study Project Bluebook which said the Air Force stopped doing UFO research in 1970 (sure).  Now why would you stop investigating unidentified flying objects?  Some could be planes and new technologies from enemies. And lets just say for the sake of argument that the US really didn't ever find any strange alien maneuvering type craft (or part of blown up craft), does that mean we should forever stop  investigating strange phenomena? Of course all governments investigate these things. I find the government to be totally untrustworthy on the subject of aliens and ufos. That doesn't mean that every unidentified craft is some alien craft.  You know, when I read that the National Enquirer was the first 'newspaper' to break the John Edwards scandal, I thought two things: 1- The mainstream media is bought and paid for, and 2- The National Enquirer should get Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism. (They'll never get it as the jury is dominated by the bought and paid for news establishment).  So, you can't trust MSM. Most of us on the net already knew that. So where am I going here? Well, I know there are a lot of people researching the alien phenomena, but I felt that with my engineering and writing background, I could give a different perspective. As a scifi writer my mind is already open to the possibility of alien life, but as an engineer, I'm grounded in hard science. And since I now live in the American Southwest (San Diego), I thought I would do an investigative series on this interesting topic. My partner and I are calling it: Alien Agenda: Fact or Fiction.  Paul Giret, will put together the material once we finish taping, and we hope to hit up some really interesting people in the area. We're going to talk to folks and see what's really going on. Oh, and as Douglass Adams used to say, please, DON'T PANIC! If you're not open to alien life, or you feel this would destroy your religion, your morals, your values, etc, or you'd just panic, please stay away from this series. The Brookings Report put together by NASA in 1960 said people would question everything if mankind found an intelligent alien life. That was 1960. I think mankind has evolved since then and that the panic levels would be much lower. I believe we actually have much bigger problems on planet Earth than discovering that there really is intelligent alien life out there and that possibly some aliens have even visited Earth at some point in our history. (Or maybe they're here now?) But I wonder if they decided to visit Earth, does that preclude them from being called intelligent aliens? 🙂 We're hoping to put together 10 episodes that will be available online for purchase. We'll also throw out some free stuff for those not willing to support their local science fiction writer and video producer. We're gonna work hard to try and make each episode interesting, fun, and a learning event. And if we catch an alien in the process...well, we promise to let him go because that's just not being a good space brother.   Tony Teora www.tonyteora.com