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Earth's leaders are shocked by the arrival of an alien visitor who upends all known theologies, but confirms that there is a battle between light and dark in the universe for the souls of human beings. A small group of leaders prepares humanity for these revelations while fighting off dark forces and making peace with a species of intelligent reptiles that have lived under the earth for millennia. This opens a new chapter for humanity to have a brighter future.

The Alien Agenda finds reasons to hope for humanity in spite of so many failings. It posits there can be a better way if we chose to live it.

©2021 James McGill Jr (P)2021 James McGill Jr

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  • 15-11-21

This is so bad, it should be a comedy

Not since the To Serve Man (The Twilight Zone), have I heard anything suggested so ridiculous. This book heaps insignificant details with a dump truck, then marches off like sheep to the slaughter. If you are going to deify someone / thing, make sure you know them before bowing down.

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