After Benjamin discovered a habitable planet, he negotiated opening the colony for human races from across the known universe. His home planet of Bootes had been isolated and inhabitants used for experiments by the Kohana (Greys).
Many humans from other star system feared Kohana experiments had altered DNA of humans from Bootes. As an exchange of various human cultures is underway, those fears faded away.
When Jermack fell in love with a girl from another star system, Benjamin stood proud that his son led the way for others.
A small number of non-human races were afraid of humans intermixing and creating a new race. In doing so, humans could request another seat on the Council of All and upset the balance of power.
Opposed to the colony, a Cold Blooded Coalition formed and contacted the Kohana for help to an end the new human colony.
Is this REAL???
In this book Casper made me believe this was a possible History & I'm shocked & amazed. Makes me wonder if it really did happen & maybe Casper Parkes knows something we don't?!!!!??!? Hmmmm. EXCELLENT READ!
The Beginnings of Histories and Myths
I found this book to be a delightful read. It presented a variety of introductions to the multitude of creation beliefs from around the world, both past and present. This book taps into archeology, primitive cultures, differing cultures, survival, and the beginnings of societies across the globe.
This was, in my opinion, a very well written Alternate way that Humans got their start on Earth, along with all of the various lore from cultures around the world. I find the blend to be a satisfying, and smile-making, story. I even shed some tears.
It brings out how we might have once lived and how we might live, if we ever get over our differences and learn that we are more alike than we are different, and stop hating each other.
I find the blend of various creation myths and beliefs to be intriguing, and plausible given the premise this book is based on: we were already out in the Universe and part of a Council of All Beings. And then there came Discord, and Chaos Followed, and that's how we ended up 'Here', with 'Here' being on Earth and in our current cultures and societies.
I enjoyed the book even more when I realized that the author was drawing together various creation myths in quite unexpected ways.
This is a book for someone willing to say "Gee, I never thought about it like that." I found it to be is fun read.
To the author: there are quite a few mistakes in using the wrong word, such as 'haul' instead of 'hull', 'too' instead of 'to', 'patients' instead of 'patience, 'rouge' instead of 'rogue'. There were some places where the wording was sufficiently off that I had to read what was written before and after the part that was off in order to figure out what was intended. I would suggest that you have someone who has English as their first language review and correct these problems.
Thank you for writing this book.
Really like this book.