The Ocean Depths

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The Ocean Depths - Ancient mythology has always pointed toward the belief that man originated from the skies. It says that we are the product of genetic manipulation, but what if the folklore of old held some truth? How would humans react to such an assertion? Would we welcome it? Or would we simply say that it was blasphemy?

The men and women of the USS George H.W. Bush have been tasked to find out just what is the truth and what is myth. They are the spear that will uncover ...

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Overview

The Ocean Depths - Ancient mythology has always pointed toward the belief that man originated from the skies. It says that we are the product of genetic manipulation, but what if the folklore of old held some truth? How would humans react to such an assertion? Would we welcome it? Or would we simply say that it was blasphemy?

The men and women of the USS George H.W. Bush have been tasked to find out just what is the truth and what is myth. They are the spear that will uncover the truth behind what we perceive as simple legends and myths. The question is...will we believe what they have uncovered and what an enigmatic African tribe called the Dogon have always preached as the truth?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781480121942
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/31/2012
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2014

    Fanfic reviewer

    Really good! You see so many warriors fanfic that are really poor writing, so I was a little hesitant...but this was so good that it might pass for a real author's! (no offense. When I said 'author' I meant someone who writes for a living. Technically you are also an author, that's just a different interpretation.) Way above par!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2014

    I like it

    5stars

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    Silver

    Good. I love you writing style.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    Review for Novapaw's path

    That is awesome! Please continue that's really good. Oh and can she-cat named Frostpaw come in somewhere?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    |~|Novapaw's Path|~|--prolouge

    On the night of a supernova, four kits were born: Winterkit, Foxkit, Darkkit, and the runt, Novakit. They were named that way for a reason. The mother ran away from her mate and clan on the last day of winter. Foxkit, because of the foxes den that sheltered the mother during birth. Darkkit, after thier father, and Novakit after the searing light that bathed the night at the moment of her birth. At the time that Coralstone became heavy with Darkblaze's kits, a prophocey was made. "Away with the enemy, sheltered by roots, four kits will come, to change the clans. The winters chilly breeze, foxes death, will decide to take hold of the darkness. On the darkest night, only a flash of a Nova can make peace be held again. Three lifes will wan, but not vanish completly, for two will be born again when darkness falls to light." Coralstone's body was found outside the foxes den, which had become thier home for the last moon. They saw a flash of a black and dark grey cat vanish from the clearing. That was the day, that they left the foxes den. -&psi- Thank you for reading my story, please leave feedback for my storys on the page that has the story on it. I am taking character apps. Again, thanks!

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