BLUE SUN, RED SUN
A Story of Ancient Prophesy
Unfolding in the Modern World
By Jack Allis
Blue Sun, Red Sun is a metaphysical thriller, based on Hopi prophesy that talks about mysterious lights that appear in our sky heralding the coming of a new age, and what we, humanity, are called upon to do in these times of monumental transformation.
The setting is Rainbow Village, a small sustainable community in the remote mountains, which is built on the same foundation as the Hopi and other indigenous traditions, and that is living in harmony with nature. They believe the civilized world is in the final stages of its inevitable collapse, and their mission is to be a base from which to build the new world from the ashes of the old.
Our story begins with the first of the lights, the Blue Sun, appearing in the sky. The next day a group calling itself the Guardians takes control of all forms of media and announces the creation of a New World Order, with supreme authority to govern the world in their hands. Their first act is to abolish all paper money, and replace it with mandatory microchip implants for financial transactions. This, together with the mysterious Blue Sun, sends the world into a panic. Financial markets crash and hyperinflation strikes, making all money worthless. The old paradigm civilized world is on the brink.
Thus, the stage is set for the most epic battle of all, as humanity is forced to choose between two worlds, one of slavery and one of freedom. It is a battle which is also beyond this world. It is multi-dimensional and extraterrestrial. The Guardians are aligned with extraterrestrial beings who have ruled the Earth behind the scenes for millennia. And in order for Rainbow to persevere, they must rely on the powers of the supernatural that they derive from their spirituality.
Rainbow Village is prepared for this day. Will they experience the same fate as indigenous traditions before them, annihilation? Will they be devoured by the chaos around them? What power could possibly supplant the Guardians? If Rainbow is to persevere, what forces must come into play?