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Re: A FUTURISTIC SCIENCE FICTION ABOUT DREAM ANALYSIS
Posted: Aug 7, 2017 8:29 AM   in response to: Starlight Tucker in response to: Starlight Tucker
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Starlight, you need to read the guidelines posted at the top of the forum page. Beachgardener

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Re: A FUTURISTIC SCIENCE FICTION ABOUT DREAM ANALYSIS
Posted: Aug 9, 2017 2:07 PM   in response to: tommy london in response to: tommy london
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tommy london wrote:
What we as the Tommy London people are sort of, into... is that, we think we can use common, familiar concepts from the scifi genre
can be adapted to Ufology & Exobiology. In my trilogy of FICTION, of course, we present a planet near our star system, but in one
of the Ozma systems, where a made-up culture of Archaea is billions of years old. They now, some of their leaders, can somehow
teleport themselves, their armies and ships, weapons, etc. anywhere in this galaxy. (You can find that idea in Hubbard. Too bad he
did not keep it short & sweet.) My Book One will remind you of The Time Machine by Wells. (1894, UK, 120 pages.) So Mr, Wells
packs 800,000 years of evolution and plot into a short book. We have some conflict on Planet Xiotan. The sides are much like
those Eloi and Morlocks found in Wells. In my book, the plot has it that the Archaea are actually what we earth People called
the Fairies, or Leprechuan. Their enemies would be other beings called the MIB. So I mixed fact with fiction. You cam include
Atlantis Myth and other stuff. They say mixing fact with fiction is risky. If you know the genre, can you
explain that?

It would probably be helpful if you as the Tommy London people could sort of, get into...like formatting, for maybe, you know, a while at least.
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