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Alien Perfection Chronicle from the United Federation of Earth

By Megan Edwards All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Scifi

Chapter 1

 Glossary of Terms

Races & Worlds

Andromedains – aka Ghosts – Alien life forms made of energy with flowing incorporeal forms. Their home planet is Methuselah. Andromedains are a formidable race with top notch technology. They also have several abilities such as mind control, weather modification and they can make themselves invisible.

Zeta Graylings – aka Grays – Aliens from the planet Epsilon Eridani. One of the first invaders on Earth. They are hairless, dark grey-skinned humanoids that lack external human organs such as noses, ears or sex organs. They are longer, thinner and their limbs are proportionally different from a human's. They have large heads in comparison to their bodies.

Venusians – aka Beauties - Considered the most beautiful of all Aliens. Appear to be perfect humanoids but are actually a sulfur-based lifeform from the planet Aquarii. Took to living deep underground in cooled lava tubes coming topside only for necessities. Venusians consider themselves lovers, not fighters and many Venusian’s have been hiding on Earth since the dark ages in an attempt to stay out of the Galactic War.

Reptilians – aka Time Trekkers – Combative alien race from the planet Cancri. They are similarly shaped with humans but are actually cold blooded. They are tall, with green scaly skin, three long fingers and an opposable thumb with talons on the ends, holes for ears, muscular legs and arms, and large eyes.  Reptilians reportedly have the ability to time travel. Due to their cold blood, Reptilians have settled in rainforests, deserts and other warm climate areas.

Sirian – aka Blues – Sirian’s started visiting Earth thousands of years ago.  They originate from the planet Gliese. They are humanoid in shape and size but have pale almost translucent blue skin in their natural form. They are water based lifeforms and prefer to live in water whenever possible. Sirians are natural masters of magic.

Anunnaki - aka shapeshifters – Anunnaki like the Sirians also started visiting Earth thousands of years ago during the time of the Babylonians. They are humanoid in shape and size but are typically dark skin toned and have the ability to shapeshift.  They are from the planet Anunna one of the first ones destroyed in the Galactic War.

Termaritans - aka Greens – Small green aliens from the planet Serpentis. Highly aggressive with most advance warfare technology. Termaritans are parthenogenesis and can reproduce without a mate.

Earthlings – aka Humans – Aggressive, adaptive and creative beings, native humanoids born to the planet Earth. Most Earthlings have been technologically enhanced with robotic or semi-robotic arms, legs, heart etc. The average lifespan for a human averages between two hundred and three hundred years.

Halfling – aka Mutts – Mixed species humanoids of any combination.

Chapter 1 ~*~ December 18th 3207 Earth

Archon was a friend of mine. He was a good man, but lonely and often jaded. He was alive but not really living. The war made him that way. He was just a teenager when the first Galactic warship landed on Earth. Like so many other boys his age, he quit school and volunteered for the United Federation of Earth (UFE). Archon was also one of the first men to volunteer to get robotic enhancements. 

Over the years Archon got more and more robotic enhancements. So many in fact, some would say he was more robot than human. He has robotic arms with weapons, enhanced legs, and several internal organs including brain enhancements and fully robotic lungs and heart. He is considered a superhuman.

His robotic enhancements however are not the only thing that make Archon stand out in a crowd. He has learned some magic from the Sirians and seems to have some natural form of ESP. It was because of the ESP that Archon knew it wasn’t just a dream. It was a foretelling. A prediction of what would come to pass.

It was the same dream night after night. Each time however new pieces of the puzzle were revealed to him. The dream was probably the most important thing of his life. It foretold of him finding his lifemate. A lifemate is someone that you share your lifeblood with. Half of the same whole. Archon knew his lifemate was alive and trying desperately to communicate with him. He also knew he had to find her and he had to find her fast. He looked down at his notebook and reread all of the details he gleaned from his most recent vision.

The Reptilians rounded the bend and caught their first sight of him. The battalion was a combination of Reptilians and Termaritans. Archon watched the lead reptilian’s nose twitch as he confirmed Archon was indeed a human. Just the sight of the Reptilians caused Archon’s anger to boil. He wanted to rip the bastard’s throat out and leave his dead bloody body lying on the sandy ground to rot for all eternity.

The leader looked over at the female then back at Archon. The female had her hands tied behind her back and the reptilian leader was pulling her with a rope that was looped around her neck. Something in the way he looked at Archon’s lifemate caused his anger to triple into pure black-out fury. It was obvious to Archon that they were mistreating her and had been for quite some time.

His lifemate tripped and fell roughly to the ground. The reptilian leader dropped his hold of the rope and instead focused his attention on Archon. He built speed as he launched himself at Archon. He tore into him with everything he had. His battalion members fought beside him and they too gave it everything they had. They foolishly thought, there was no way Archon was going to survive the attack.

They were wrong. It didn’t matter that they had more than two dozen reptilian, plus a dozen or more Termaritans fighting with them. Had I been there with Archon that day, I would have laughed at the foolish battalion. So many years we’ve been fighting them, and they still don’t learn. How could they misevaluate what Archon was?

Anyhow, the reptilian kept coming at Archon and it appeared they had no intention of backing down. They were doing their best to tear off his head. But no matter how hard the Reptilian fought, Archon stood strong. He was a robotically enhanced superhuman. He was ten times stronger than the average enhanced Earthling. They would need closer to a fifty Reptilians to take him down, and that was if he wasn’t angry.

Archon however was pissed. They had his lifemate and he wanted her. He hated that they had abused her. Nothing would make him stop. He was going to fight to his last breath. Whatever it took to rescue his lifemate. Minutes turned into hours and still he stood powerful against them. It was almost as if he was playing the reptilian for fools.

Finally, the leader started to consider the fact that this was no ordinary enhanced Earthling. With his power and his enhancements, they weren’t going to have any luck on bringing him down. The Termaritans battalion members must have come to the same conclusion as the Reptilians since most of them started backing off and disappearing into the desert. The lead reptilian roared a battle cry deep in his throat letting them know that he expected them to continue the fight, backing off wasn’t an option. Despite his roar, the others in the battalion slowly but surely leaving the fray.

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