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Lunar Encounter

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A book by Harold W. G. Allen

A truly unique mixture of cutting-edge science and philosophy woven into a captivating novel - including a "Science Update" which positively eliminates the popular Big Bang theory as a viable cosmology. The work embraces such topics as evolution, reincarnation, … see full wiki

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Author: Harold W. G. Allen
Publisher: Perspective Books
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Interesting theories inside a science fiction novel

  • Dec 19, 2000
Set in the late 21st century, two geologists on a routine exploration trip on the moon suddenly disappear. An intensive search yields nothing, until, by chance, a secret passage is found under the surface. It leads to a base used by a group of humanoid aliens called Matusians, where the two geologists are safe and sound. The Matusians have been watching Earth for many years, but their existence must remain a secret until their starship arrives in about 30 years. Until then, their moonbase is defenseless against any earth dictator with missiles who fear that the Matusians upset the status quo.

The secret doesn't stay secret for long, and the Matusians are forced to reveal themselves to the people of Earth. The keepers of the status quo, including the American president, don't take this lying down. A plan is hatched where nuclear bombs are secretly transoprted to the moon. One is placed outside the entrance to the Matusian base, and the other is hidden inside Earth's lunar base. The idea is to make it look like the Matusians attacked and destroyed the Earth base, then died when Earth attacked them in retaliation.

The author has some unique theories on various subjects, which he explores via a science fiction novel. Among other things, he talks about a one-world government, religion, evolution and cosmology (he asserts that the Big Bang Theory of universe creation is wrong). Read this book for those theories, don't read it for the quality of the fiction.

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