New Earth Rising

New Earth Rising

by Gary Alan Gibson

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Overview

This 152,000-word novel begins in the Spring of 2010 as two of the world's superpowers plunge into a conflict over the control of a newly discovered deposit of a very rare metal. At the same time, a world-renowned radio astronomer finally comes face-to-face with the fulfillment of a life long dream, just as the funding of his research is nearing its end. The uncertainties of the time lead the central character, Michael Brown, into a series of visions and soul-searching analyses about the universe and his role within it. The introspective process he undertakes makes him ready for the next step -- direct contact with an alien civilization.

The initial meeting comes suddenly and in a manner that he never would have expected. He soon learns that the visiting aliens are on a peaceful mission. He also learns that he is a prominent figure in their plans. Under the guidance of a congenial alien ambassador and her wise and compassionate leader. Michael Brown begins an epic journey of spiritual significance. As the story progresses, he learns of how alien culture ascended to inter-galactic prominence through its faith and understanding of the natural laws. Each step of the journey leads him to a higher level of awareness, causing him to view the Creator, and the universe, in a brand new way.

Brown's path to enlightenment encompasses numerous mini-adventures that include the abduction of his family by the government, an illness that temporarily renders him comatose and a personal confrontation with evil. These events, and the supernatural experiences that the aliens provide him, serve to prepare him for a future that he never could have imagined.

Using highly evolved spirituality and the sophisticated technology at their disposal, the extraterrestrials start a transformation that will ultimately affect the way Earth's people relate to each other. As the story ends, we learn that Michael Brown will be responsible for managing this important transformation. It will be up to him to lead the planet to a new time of peace and harmony in the New Earth Rising.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781412223348
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Publication date: 07/12/2004
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 505 KB

About the Author



Gary A. Gibson is the Chief Executive Officer of Gibson & Associates, LLC, an economic development and diversity consulting firm in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. Gibson's distinguished career includes various positions held in both the private and public sectors.

Prior to joining Gibson & Associates in 2002, Mr. Gibson served under Governor Frank O'Bannon as the Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. During his tenure at the BMV, he initiated and implemented several major agency improvements and technology enhancements that resulted in better and more accessible customer service. He also worked with the Indiana General Assembly to draft and pass important legislation that allowed the BMV to modernize its systems and services. His eleven-year state government career also included a position as Executive Assistant to then Governor Evan Bayh.

Governor Bayh presented Mr. Gibson with the state's highest honor, the Sagamore of the Wabash, in January 1997. Governor Frank O'Bannon presented him with a second Sagamore in January 2001. The Indianapolis Marion County City-County Council appointed Mr. Gibson to the City of Indianapolis' Equal Opportunity Advisory Board in July 2002. In 2003, Mayor Bart Peterson appointed him as the Chairperson of the Equal Opportunity Advisory Board. In 2002, Gibson was appointed to the Governor's Commission on Minority and Women's Business Enterprises by Governor O'Bannon. Governor Joe Kernan appointed Mr. Gibson to serve on the newly formed Opportunity Indiana Working Group in 2004.

Gibson worked in the private sector before working in state government. That phase of his career included sales positions inFortune 500 companies such as Honeywell and Owens-Corning. It also included sales and general management positions in smaller family owned businesses like Contract Interiors of Detroit and Interior Dimensions of Michigan.

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