In Truth Come to Light the archaeologists discovered the truth about an alien connection with ancient civilisations. in Worlds Meet the aliens arrive just as World War Three breaks out on Earth. The Atlanteans are tentacled aliens from planet An and they created humanity thousands of years ago to mine gold and now they’re back to save humanity. The Atlanteans have a history on Earth, the good brother King Plato ruled over Egypt and the bad brother Volko ruled over Atlantis with his wife, a mermaid. Volko produces a heir King Aquarius – half alien and merman. In the future, King Plato fetches his nephew from the underworld city Poseidon. King Aquarius is needed to fight evil. Dr. Paige Williams and her friends join King Plato the tentacled alien to planet An. During training King Aquarius meets a siren princess, Oces from a water world and an ice princess, Tenasha from a frozen world. The two princesses join Plato, Aquarius and Paige on the battlegrounds on Earth. The battle is won but evil comes back to life. There is a solution – a galaxy princess who is the chosen one. Paige is the mother of the chosen one and Cassiopeia (galaxy princess) will train to win the battle of evil in the next chapter. Worlds Meet is a story of good vs evil and an imagination of different worlds in a vast galaxy. Aliens, princesses and mermen and sirens come together to fight evil. Can good rule the universe?
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I went on an archaeology dig and it inspired me to write about archaeology and an alien connection. I was also inspired by gods and merman mythology.
How is writing Science Fiction different from other genres?
SciFi lets writers express their imagination and writers can write out of this world things.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Imagination, T.V characters.
World war three has begun. Paige looks at Ryan and places her hand over her mouth. China is in flames and it happened in the blink of an eye with an explosion. Paige grabs her phone and dials Caleb’s number. He answers after one dial.
“Paige, Lauren and I are watching the news. We were having a drink at the tiki bar and the explosion caught my eye.”
“Caleb, can you come to Boston?”
“Yes, Lauren’s already booked a flight back home.”
“Give me the details.” Paige hangs up and places her phone down. The phone pings when Caleb’s message comes through with the flight details.
“The government has the weapon, so we’re basically screwed.”
Paige sits down and places her head in her hands. Ryan places a hand on her shoulder and strokes the bony structure. Paige has always had a slim figure and no matter what she eats she can never put the weight on. She looks at him and smiles. Ryan has a beautiful face; chiseled jawline, narrow cheekbones and the jet black hair that makes him a bad boy nerd.
“Paige, we will find a way to stop the government.”
“How? This is only the first stage.” Paige rubs her head and remembers the worm that was inside her brain not so long ago. It ruined her life as she landed up in the hospital with a bipolar diagnosis.
“I think the Volko race is coming back to save the planet from destruction.”
“They may be too late.” Another headline flashes on the screen. People in the United States marching in a straight line with emotionless faces. Paige jumps up and paces to the hologram TV screen.
“The virus from the black substance. They lied to us at Area 51. The scientists kept the substance and now the government has it.” Ryan takes hold of her hand and pulls her into his embrace. He strokes her back. They only just met a day ago, but the world is falling apart and they need to save it.
“We need to go back to Los Angeles. We can keep an eye on the object entering our solar system.”
“We need to wait for Caleb and Lauren, and he may want to get into contact with Andrew, his friend from the army.” Bang! Ryan moves to the window and looks out the dusty pane. It’s terror outside; people smashing cars with gas and throwing gas into buildings.
“Quick turn off all the lights.” They pace across the apartment and turn all the lights off. Ryan holds her in his arms.
“They’re gassing buildings, we’re not safe here. We need to leave now.” Ryan opens her door; she picks Apollo up.
“I’m not leaving him here.” She follows Ryan into the hallway they creep down the stairs.
Paige rubs Apollo head and he closes his eyes in contentment. Before they walk out the door, Ryan checks to see if there are any intruders.
There are only red flames erupting from cars and bellowing out the building windows. The once happy street is now a horror nightmare that no one can wake up from. Ryan opens the door and Paige follows him outside; her car is in the parking lot underground. They quickly pace to the metal underground; Paige places her hand on the right side front door and the chip in her hand identifies it’s her. Stealing cars was no longer an option when the car identifier chip was installed. Ryan gets on the passenger side; Paige passes Apollo to him and he holds the Burmese cat in his arms. Paige presses the start button and the car comes to life.
“Boston airport.” Paige revs the engine and speeds out the driveway. The street is completely empty and as she speeds down the highway to the city she shrieks. Boston city is under flames. There are left behind cars along the highway; people walking with children trying to escape the smoke.
“Ryan, we’re not going to make the airport. We need to drive to Los Angeles.”
“It’ll take days.”
“We have no choice, look at the city. Everyone will be trying to escape via the airport.”
“Why is Boston in flames?”
“I don’t know, riots because of fear. The U.S government wanted corruption. He got it.” A lifeless person appears in front of the car. Paige bumps into him with full force because of the high-velocity speed.
“Jesus Christ!” Paige shrieks. She wants to stop the car.
“Don’t, we can’t.” Paige keeps driving, Ryan looks behind him. The body gets back up and throws gas their way. Ryan turns to her.
“Go faster.” Paige increases the speed and the car manages to miss the blow. The tar splits into two with the impact.
“What was that?”
“I think it’s a guy infected with the worm. I think the government uses them to seek destruction.”
The highway turns into a winding country road. It’s going to be a long way to Los Angeles and hopefully, the city isn’t as bad as Boston. Four hours later, Paige stops by a riverbank.
“I need a break. Can you watch the car?” She takes Apollo in her arms and puts him down. Apollo sniffs the grass and does his business. Paige inhales the clean air. The smoke from the city is nowhere in sight and the trees make a safe haven for the unaffected area. Paige picks Apollo up, sighs at the enticing water and returns to the car. Ryan is laid back on the seat with his shirt off. Paige gulps; his moon and star tattoos glow in the sun. The moon painted on his wrist and stars on his forearm and shoulders. Paige wants to touch them, but she can’t. There must be no setbacks, only thoughts of the mission are allowed. Ryan notices her blue eye stare; his dimples show as he smiles. Paige is one of a kind; she’s bookish smart with a cute face and tough exterior. She’s exactly his type.
“What you staring at, Miss Andrews?” Paige blushes and turns her face.
“Nothing,” she stammers and gets back into the car.
“Here.” Apollo jumps into Ryan’s arms. Paige starts the car and continues the journey. For four hours, there’s only highway and trees with country farms. As the blood-red moon rises in the sky, Paige crosses into the Ohio border. She’s hungry and afraid she may pass out soon if she doesn’t get food in her soon. There’s a diner lit up on the left side of the road. Paige does a sharp turn and drives into the parking area.
“I have to. I’m hungry.” Ryan sighs; it shouldn’t be dangerous as there are other cars in the parking spaces. Paige takes her cardigan off and wraps Apollo inside the warm area. He immediately enters blissful sleep. They walk inside the diner; a waitress with a pink uniform leads them to a table at the side window.
“Order me a coffee and burger and fries.” Ryan nods and watches her swaying form as she walks to the bathroom. He holds Apollo in his arms and smiles. Before Paige entered his life; he was lonely and didn’t have anyone. Ryan lived in solitary because studying exoplanets and researching planet X was the most important thing in his life. His relationships consisted of one night stands or brief interludes with astronomy graduate students. Paige returns to the table and sits on the upholstered brown furniture.
“Apollo really likes you.”
“What can I say I have a magic touch.” Paige blushes because of her intrusive hidden thoughts of his hands on her body. Ryan loves it when Paige’s cheeks turn a pale rose pink especially because he’s the reason she’s blushing. The coffee and burger and fries arrive. Paige picks the burger and devours it. Ryan loves a woman who isn’t afraid to eat. With one hand Ryan grabs a fry and places it in his mouth. Paige gulps some black coffee down and looks at the other customers. There’s two families, a couple and a single man with white hair and stubble. Paige continues to eat her burger in silence. She doesn’t know what she’s going to do and then she remembers Caleb. There’s no signal as communication was wiped out across the states. Paige left a note for Caleb detailing their plans. She hopes no one will find the message.
“Ryan, when we reach Los Angeles. What then?”
“We will go to the observatory since it’s hidden from everyone and we need to keep an eye on the planet and the anomaly entering our solar system.” Paige sighs as her life has never been normal. Ryan gets up and goes to the bathroom. Paige continues eating with Apollo in her arms.
“Ahhhhhh!” Paige shrieks at the woman falling to the ground with blood spurting out her chest. The man stares at Paige and evilly grins. He’s a lifeless zombie under command from the worm. After the first stage of infection, the second stage is complete control and luckily Paige, Lauren, and Caleb never reached that stage. Paige stares into the gun and gulps; she knows her time is up and there’s nothing she can do about it. The bullet is released and starts its journey to Paige. She places Apollo on the table and moves. The bullet misses her heart and enters her arm. Ryan heard the commotion; he walks into the diner lounge and shrieks at the bloody Paige. Apollo mewing softly by his owner. Ryan looks at the open wound, he removes his shirt and ties it around her arm. During the commotion, the chef grabbed his rifle and killed the infected man. Everyone left the diner, and no one was willing to help Paige. Her face turns pale white; she faints in Ryan’s arms. He smacks her cheek.
“Paige, you need to wake up.” The waitress and chef remain lifeless. They’re in too much shock to do anything.
“Please help.” He shakes the chef’s arms. The chef comes around and sees Paige lying unconscious with blood seeping through Ryan’s shirt. He runs to Paige and broad shoulders pick her up. Country diner chefs are known for the bulky build because of the food they eat each day at the diner.
“Which car?” Ryan points to the blue Fiat. He takes Paige’s hand to access the car. The car opens, the chef opens the back door and places her inside.
“Take her to my family it’s two blocks down. At the end street turn right it’s number 56. My wife will let you in, she’s a nurse.” Ryan thanks him; there’s always that someone who reveals kindness during destruction.
“The cat, I’ll go get him.” The chef runs inside and grabs Apollo. He runs outside and passes him to Ryan. Ryan gets into the driver’s seat and speeds to the house. At the end of the street, he turns right and finds number 56. It’s a Victorian house with a white wooden porch frame. Ryan gets out of the car with Apollo and knocks on the light blue wooden door. A little girl with blonde ringlets opens the door. She screams as Ryan’s chest is full of blood. An older woman with a copycat hairstyle appears by the door frame.
“Your husband James who’s a chef at Blueberry diner said I should come here. My friend has been shot and she’s bleeding badly.”
“What’s that in your hands?”
“Her cat.” He opens the shirt and Apollo mews.
“My name is Cindy and I can help.” She turns to the little girl and tells her to go inside with Apollo. Cindy follows Ryan outside and helps him bring Paige inside. The house is clean and she tells him to place her on the white bathroom floor. Paige is still unconscious. Cindy grabs her first aid kit. She looks at Ryan.
“I have to take the bullet out, disinfect the wound and stitch it.” Ryan nods his head.
“You don’t need to stay for this, go feed your cat. There’s milk in the fridge.” Ryan leaves the room and heads to the kitchen. He opens the fridge and notices the stockpile. Ryan takes the milk out and pours it into a bowl for Apollo who laps it up with pleasure.
Cindy disinfects the scissors with alcohol and the wound. Once disinfected she numbs the area with liquid anesthetic lotion. Paige is still unconscious which makes the job easier. Cindy takes the scissors and latches onto the bottom metal part of the bullet. She slides the golden evil out of Paige’s body. Blood pours out, Cindy places cotton wool inside the wound to stop the bleeding. She holds the wound until the bleeding stops. Once it stops, she disinfects the wound with alcohol again. Cindy stitches the wound with a needle and string. Paige needs to wake up; she’s been under for too long. Cindy swipes alcohol disinfectant under her nose. Paige’s eyes open and shrieks.
“It’s okay, Paige. I’m not going to hurt you.”
“I’ll bring him to you. Don’t get up.” Cindy fetches Ryan and Paige smiles when she sees him standing at the doorframe.
“A zombie shot you.”
“I don’t know but maybe their orders are to kill anything in sight.” Paige closes her eyes.
“Paige?” he shakes her, she opens her eyes and places her right hand on his cheek.
“I’m okay.” Ryan smiles.
“Get some rest. I’m going to have something to eat.” Paige nods and enters lumber. Her arm hurts but Cindy reassures Ryan it will heal in three days and they’re more than welcome to stay. Cindy heats a plate of roast for him; he eats it in silence with Cindy and her daughter, Lulu. James is still not home.
“After work, he scouts the area and makes sure no one is following him.” The family is strange but they’re welcoming and it’ll give Paige a chance to heal. After dinner, Cindy tells Ryan he can have a shower and sleep in one of the guest rooms. Ryan decides to sleep next to Paige as he wants to monitor her. He picks her up from the bathroom floor and covers her up in the Victorian wooden bed. He kisses her on the forehead. Before having a shower, Ryan cleans the floor; the red disappears, and the white reappears. He gets into the shower and washes the red grime from his body. Ryan enters the bedroom, his black hair wet with drops. He dries it with the towel. Paige is still in a slumber. Ryan isn’t tired and decides to stay up for a while. He walks to the lounge; James is back with a whiskey in his hand.
“Ryan sit down. Cindy gets him a whiskey.” Ryan sits on the torn brown couch. Cindy passes him the whiskey; he takes a sip and she returns to her seat where she knits a cardigan.
“Ryan, do you know what’s happening?” Ryan doesn’t want to say much because Paige may want to keep some secrets from the public.
“No, all I know is there’s destruction and the government is to blame.”
“No son, the bible foretold it. She is destroyed! The great city of Babylon is destroyed! She has become a home for demons. That city has become a place for every unclean spirit to live. She is a city filled with all kinds of unclean birds.”
“I don’t follow.”
“You’re not a Christian?”
“No, I’m a scientist.”
“You’re unpure, you need to follow God’s word.” James gets up and grabs the bible. He places it in Ryan’s hand. He has no choice but to take it. James family are religious fanatics.
“Read revelations, it’s all there.” James gulps some more whiskey and looks at Ryan with red eyes. “And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see. And I looked and behold a pale horse: and the name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given to them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth. Revelations 6:7-8.”
Ryan is freaked out and wants to leave right away.
“Thank you for your hospitably but Paige and I should be on our way.”
“Nonsense, she needs rest. You can leave tomorrow if need be.”
“Alright, I’m fairly tired and need some sleep. Goodnight.” They say goodnight and Ryan retreats to the bedroom. He gets in next to Paige and gently strokes her shoulder that has no wound.
Ryan wants to leave tomorrow because James reciting the bible verses from memory is a worry. It could be a start of the end of the world cult and Ryan can’t let he and Paige get sucked in. Apollo is already on the bed gently purring next to Paige’s leg. He shuts his eyes and hopes for sleep which gladly comes.
Ryan wakes as the sun rises, he listens for any noise and unfortunately, there is commotion downstairs. Ryan sighs; he wants to get out of here and hit the road again. He needs to get back to the observatory and find out where the aliens are. Ryan shrieks as Paige’s side of the bed is empty. He races out of bed and downstairs. Paige sits at the kitchen counter with a cup of coffee and chatting to Cindy as she cooks eggs and bacon. Ryan wonders how they seem to have a variety of food. Cindy looks up.
“Ryan sits down, I’ll pour you some coffee.” Ryan looks at Paige.
“Can I talk to you for a second.”
“Okay.” Paige looks at him with worried eyes. Ryan is acting strange.
“Cindy, I’ll be right back. I just want to show Paige something in our bedroom.” Cindy nods and returns to cooking by the stove. Paige follows Ryan to the room.
“You’re scaring me, Ryan.” He closes the door and tells her to whisper.
“There’s something wrong with this family. They’re end of the days' doom preppers and religious fanatics. James recited end of day verses to me last night.”
“So? I don’t see the problem, they’re nice people.” Ryan sighs in irritation.
“They’re some form of cult and they want followers. We can’t stay here.” Ryan looks at the window and has a plan. “We’re going to climb out of the window and land on the ground and then we’re going to run to your car.” Ryan looks at her and embraces her.
“Don’t be afraid.” Ryan walks to the window and as he’s about to jump. The door swings open. James has a rifle in his hand.
“Where do you think you’re going?” Ryan looks at Paige and steps away from the window.
“I was just looking outside.”
“Liar, did you really think you could getaway. I told you last night, join the word of God and you will ascend into the glory of heaven.” Paige starts shaking, she needs to remain calm. She remembers what Caleb taught her while they were in Malta. Paige jabs James in the stomach, the gun drops. Paige takes hold of the gun and points at him.
“You and your fucking weird family will let us leave. Now where the fuck is my cat?” James holds his hands in the air.
“Cindy, bring Apollo.” Cindy enters the room and passes the cat to Ryan. Paige continues to point the gun at the couple.
“Ryan and I are gone. If you do anything to stop that I will kill Lulu.”
“You can leave.” Ryan is in complete awe. He didn’t know Paige didn’t take any crap from no one. Ryan jumps out of the window with Apollo. Paige keeps the gun and jumps out the window. They run to her car, after scanning they quickly get in and Paige speeds away.
“What the hell just happened?”
“You get people like that in country states.”
Paige maniacally laughs and leans over to stroke Apollo.
“That’s why I prefer cities. Ryan, I promise no more stops.” When Paige needs a break, Ryan takes over the driving and the next morning at sunset Ryan drives into the city. There’s no one there, skyscrapers burn to the ground. The street covered with burnt ash. Paige coughs.
“What the hell happened here?”
“I don’t know but we need to get to the observatory.” Ryan continues driving and they reach the hills. Ryan parks the car in front of the observatory. Lucy runs outside and runs into Ryan’s arms.
“What happened to Los Angeles?”
“After we heard the news, the city went into terror. People fled the city for the country and I locked myself in here.”
“Lucy, why is there blood on your face?”
“Intruders, they tried to hurt me and I pulled the gun from the safe and shot them.”
“Where are they?”
“I moved them into the basement. They’re dead.” She turns to Paige. “Who’s this?”
“Paige, before the shit hit the fan, she sought me out because of my interview. I followed her to Boston but then war broke out.” They follow Lucy inside; she made a clove of a sleeping area and lounge area for relaxing. Paige and Ryan remain standing as they’ve been sitting for many hours. Lucy makes them coffee and sits on the couch.
“Lucy, where are the others?”
“They’ve left, it’s just been me.”
“We’re here now, is it okay if we stay?”
“Of course, I need someone to help me with the research.”
“Ryan, the light we saw from planet X is thousands of years old. The planet X today is much different.”
“What do you mean?”
“For years I’ve been looking at the planet and a day ago the data changed. The planet isn’t there anymore.”
“It can’t be.”
“Look for yourself.” Ryan and Paige follow Lucy to the telescope, Ryan looks through first and gulps. Lucy is right planet X is gone.
“Lucy, how is this possible?”
“I’ve been doing research and Paige’s thesis she wrote when she was fifteen made me realize something.”
“Her thesis mentions the plague and the government. The last plague destroyed most of the population. The government is affecting us with some kind of plague now and maybe the same thing happened to Planet X.”
“Lucy, I have more news for you,” Paige says with excitement. “The government is using a weapon and worm. The weapon was created at Atlantis by the aliens who came from planet X. Maybe they destroyed their planet with a similar weapon and a few fled and managed to survive.”
Paige looks at the empty void and at the images Ryan took. There’s a new mystery that needs to be solved and Paige is going to crack the case.
About the Author:
Taryn Feldmann is an author and university student. She’s studied journalism, creative writing, and Archaeology. Taryn has always been fascinated with the ancient past and is an ancient astronaut theorist. She believes aliens exist and that there was an alien connection with ancient civilizations. She likes mermaids and fairies and loves to write about ancient myths. When she’s not writing novels, Taryn likes to binge-watch shows on Netflix and watch Ancient Aliens. She lives in Adelaide, Australia with her fiancé and cat, a blue Burmese named Bronte.
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