How did the Universe form? Is there life on other planets that developed similarly to ours? What can we learn from our past that will help us create a better future? These questions are addressed in my new 50,000-word science fiction novel, So Be It, which takes readers on a fascinating historical and biblical journey through a parallel dimension. It examines the morals and values we live with today that will impact the future of religion and beliefs for the next millennium. In tone, my book most resembles the Rama trilogy by Arthur C. Clarke. I would like to submit it to you for your consideration.Our protagonist, a psychologist and biblical scholar, known in the book as the Traveler, is contacted in to search for sacred scrolls that are hidden in the Promised Land. Unless these scrolls are found, the meaning of life and God can never be fully understood on Earth. The Traveler heads off to Israel on a mystical adventure and is contacted in the desert by the Supreme Being, who explains to him the creation of the Universe and how it relates to life on Earth. Together, they journey through space and time, and provide insight and understanding to the way we are today.
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