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The Earth Commission
by E. Talley Morgan and Sheridan a. Morris




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Earth is on the brink of destruction due to rapidly expanding negative energy. Hundreds of years ago, the Council of Intergalactic Enlightenment established the Earth Commission to work with humans in an effort to curtail this destructive negative energy.

These Star People have been visiting Alo and his Native American family for years. Alo's son-in-law, Jake, who inherited his family's fortune, suddenly learns of the existence of Star People, when his son, Nathan, invents a new technology that has the potential to help reverse climate change. When a greedy corporation controlled by evil aliens, known as Vermosans, tries to gain control of Nathan's invention, the family finds itself embroiled in an intergalactic struggle for the survival of Mother Earth.

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Overview

Earth is on the brink of destruction due to rapidly expanding negative energy. Hundreds of years ago, the Council of Intergalactic Enlightenment established the Earth Commission to work with humans in an effort to curtail this destructive negative energy.

These Star People have been visiting Alo and his Native American family for years. Alo's son-in-law, Jake, who inherited his family's fortune, suddenly learns of the existence of Star People, when his son, Nathan, invents a new technology that has the potential to help reverse climate change. When a greedy corporation controlled by evil aliens, known as Vermosans, tries to gain control of Nathan's invention, the family finds itself embroiled in an intergalactic struggle for the survival of Mother Earth.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781640270794
  • ISBN-10: 1640270795
  • Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
  • Publish Date: May 2017
  • Page Count: 250
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.53 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.75 pounds


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