Intriguing Transformations of the Alien Mind

Intriguing Transformations of the Alien Mind

by Chris Lemoine

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Overview

From Baden-Baden to Santa Barbara, the bjoite aliens are on the move. Clockmaker Johannes Rinzerberg, who opens his Baden-Baden workshop in 1867, comes into contact with them and enjoys decades of visits and conversations. He leaves several volumes of journals full of rapturous descriptions and recollections of exalted states. His grandson Paul Rinzerberg tracks the journeys of the bjoite to Santa Barbara, California. Paul, also a clockmaker, settles there shortly before the 1925 earthquake. As his grandfather already learned, bjoite shuttles often touch down in the Santa Ynez Mountains behind the city. The local Chumash Indians have oral traditions about them that go thousands of years into the past. Paul is particularly curious about an incident in 1251, when a bjoite shuttle crashed into the Pacific Ocean and all travelers died. When he finally makes contact with the aliens, his bjoite mentor directs his explorations of Chumash art and helps him understand how the bjoite experience death and life. Paul is not given to raptures, but finds himself changing through his alien adventures. In the process, with help from the bjoite and woman Paul loves, he overcomes barriers imposed by his deafness and muteness, meets his future wife, and finds himself connected to a far larger world, full of miraculous awareness and bewildering, vibrant life.
'Intriguing Transformations of the Alien Mind' finally opens the curtain on the aliens' inner world and sense of reality at least a little. If you have not read the earlier bjoite stories, this is as good a place as any to start learning about our guests.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151295253
Publisher: Chris Lemoine
Publication date: 04/23/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 38 KB

About the Author

Chris Lemoine is a Seattle-based writer and traveler. Visit his blog at and his website at You can also send email to chrislemoine [at] seanet.com.

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