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Seeker Of The Watchers

By Tristan McLucas All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Romance

Prologue

Even though Planet Earth was merely two light years away, they finally managed to reach the world of humans once more. Occonbrenia Akchurin as well as her two companions, Zolia Nkwah and Xilla Akchurin, have been travelling for almost one hundred years now in their spacecraft also known as the Proximos Huntress. Their mission was to search for resources to help their home planet survive, since they were currently running out.

Their language and choice of words were not comprehensible enough for the human race, but their cleverness was enough to beat a human being. After all the humans were merely puppets to the extraterrestrial race, seeing as aliens had the intelligence, the ability, to manipulate a human’s brain. However, even if the aliens were risky to communicate with, most of them still had a heart, a personality.

All three aliens had a specific task; they were in charge of their own duty. Zolia Nkwah was given the title ‘the healer’, whether it was to heal a companion or even a human being, he was in charge of curing. Occonbrenia Akchurin, also known as Occo, was ‘the provider’ of the group; she would gather the required resources for the journey. As for Xilla Akchurin, other than being Occonbrenia’s biological sister, she was also known as ‘the messenger’, she was in charge of communicating, delivering messages from species to species as well as the emperor of the extraterrestrial race.

However, they knew they were nearing towards Earth since the citizens of various countries could witness an unidentified object soaring through the midnight sky, even Planet Mars could be witnessed from a mile away. The citizens of Earth feared the otherworldly beings, the religious assuming they were spawns of Satan, whilst the atheists knew they were aliens.

Later on that day two men witnessed an orange glow just above the spring water, and weirdly enough the glow was located within the scorching desert during the early hours of dawn. What was it? Was it hope? The men were unsure until they stepped closer, though whilst his boyfriend decided to draw nearer, the other man tried to encourage him to stop, though he was unlucky.

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