A Visionary Work on the Developing Earth Democracies and Advanced Life in the Universe
VENECIA'S EARTHLING is a visionary work on the developing Earth democracies and advanced life in the Universe. Bill Brady, a highly-placed U.S. official is abducted by the beautiful and otherworldly Venecia and transported across the galaxy to the planet Aequatanus. There he discovers a world at peace with reasonable prosperity, health and contentment enjoyed by all its inhabitants. Bill returns to Earth on a mission to promote the successful methods he has observed. The process begins with proposals for a reformed United Nations, improved continental alliances, and neutralization of weapons of mass destruction along with others. A romance between Bill and his beautiful alien hostess, who seduced him, is deftly woven throughout the book to make for an enjoyable read. While fictional in form, VENECIA'S EARTHLING contains a potential blueprint of our evolving world organization and order. The literary content, charts and explanatory notes in particular, set out ideas intended to stimulate constructive thinking as we begin to shape our coming world and move forward in the 21st Century and beyond.Note: Detailed charts occurring in this work may also be accessed at author’s website:
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by on October 01, 2016
- ByDand Publishing, October 2012
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