The Alien Manifesto

      Marv Lincoln
The Alien Manifesto

Planet Earth is a mess. Humans have totally trashed the place. The world teeters on the brink and threatens to self-destruct; the entire galaxy is at risk. Enter three oversexed psychics from the quirky New Age village of Sedona, Arizona, who are called to duty by the U.S. State Department. Assignment: Save the human race from the Alien Manifesto — a drastic fix for Earth's problems.Planet Earth is a mess. Humans have totally trashed the place. Mother Nature strikes back, violently. Violent protests, riots, and tribal wars break out everywhere as economies collapse and governments fail. The world teeters on the brink and threatens to self-destruct as global war seems imminent. The really bad news: Earth’s looming ecocide is a danger to a whole quadrant of the Milky Way galaxy. Nebula Jones and Cosmo Kincaid are inter-dimensional travelers sent to Earth by cosmic leaders to prevent a galactic catastrophe. Their solution for Earth’s problems is extreme, but practical. Humanity could be granted a second chance.The deranged leaders of Black Swan Galactic have sabotaged the Internet, destroyed infrastructures worldwide, and brought the desperate people of Earth to their knees. Strung out on the immortality drug EMC-2, these former bankers and politicians plan to live forever and explore the stars.A former part-time psychic becomes the New Age queen Goddess Kali; she morphs into a harpy with unlimited powers to do evil. Kali joins forces with Black Swan Galactic and threatens to trigger a global nuclear war. Three oversexed psychics from the quirky New Age village of Sedona, Arizona — Marty and Leela Powers and their friend Jill, all telepaths — work for the U.S. State Department and are on the case. Their friend Hacker is a programmer who loves women’s feet and writes the algorithm of a lifetime. All are eventually betrayed and become hunted fugitives. The future of Planet Earth? As Nebula Jones says, “Take your best shot.”The ghost of Kurt Vonnegut whispers, “The end of the world was never so hilarious!”

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