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UUs Survive Wrath of Guardians of Universes in Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Epic, “CREATOR”
Earth’s creator confronts unacceptable human behavior. Creator comes down hard on demands of organized religions, humankind inventions dividing and inspiring violence. Exception is Unitarian Universalists not demanding specific beliefs and conduct.
“CREATOR” begins with Thomas Scribner experiencing the Guardians’ threatened final action in New York City. The devastation is the nightmare to end all nightmares. He awakens. The mark of the Creator is on him. His mission is real. Thomas feels the weight of the world on him. He hopes he is up to saving humankind.
One day earlier, Thomas Scribner stands before a panel of seven judges. They have called on him to act as observer of the court’s investigation into conditions on Earth. The seven guardian judges question Eight, Creator, as they consider possible courses of action. Eight requests permission to tell his story from the beginning. After some debate, the guardians allow it.
The court events interweave with Scribner’s activities on return from the court. Thomas begins writing “Words of the Creator,” the chosen method for conveying Creator’s message. Scribner includes the Credo of acceptable human conduct in “Chapter One.” Scribner finishes at the court with a one-on-one conversation with Creator. Thomas publishes “Words of the Creator” at year-end and his odyssey into the maelstrom of world events and Creator interventions begins.
The men and women with roles in the developing saga struggle to communicate the message of “Words of the Creator.” Along the way, they marry, have children, and address family issues.
Countries and people remain divided. Differences, especially those relating to religion, foment wars. Water shortages further exacerbate hostilities and corporations gain increasing control of governments. Scribner’
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Author Allen Pollens has been telling stories his whole life. His children and grandchildren were ready audiences who assumed he could deliver a new tale on demand. Generally, he did. In addition to "Creator," Al Pollens has recently finished compilations of two series of earlier written stories: "Starfish Chronicles,"