Awakening: A Novel of Aliens and Consciousness
By Stephan A Schwartz
Well written and thought provoking, Awakening: A Novel of Aliens and Consciousness, by Stephan A. Schwartz, is akin to the greatest, culture-changing novels, two of which come to mind: Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe and Upton Sinclair’s, The Jungle.
Beecher Stowe novel is “credited with helping fuel the abolitionist cause in the 1850s” and through The Jungle, Sinclair successfully exposed corruption in government and business, plus turned a spotlight on the meat packing industry’s flagrant violations of basic health guidelines and sanitation.
The fact is that people read novels and are motivated into action through them. Awakening is of the same mold, but speaks to us, today, about the immediacy of our life challenges and the need for each of us to become actively engaged in confronting them.
Through main charters Arthur Davies, senior analyst for the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation; Dr. Rachel Carter, Congressional Researcher, Library of Congress; and “Mike”, the enigmatic E.T. “detainee”, Schwartz compellingly weaves the theme that humanity is at a make or break crossroads. The crucial task at hand is to find and help awaken 10% of humanity to “change the nature of their beingness”. The 10%, through their awakening, will spur humanity to save the human species from itself.
Read Awakening: A Novel of Aliens and Consciousness. Perhaps you will agree with me. This is the message E.T. wants us hear, take to heart and make our life mission – for our own good.
Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now - 1972