[1 | 4.5 Billion Years BCE]

Just outside the edge of Earth’s solar system, a large spherical vessel cuts through the fabric of space like a knitting needle slipping through a bubble. After a quick lightspeed jump, it becomes stationary, floating near Neptune. It then rotates slowly, adjusting its trajectory to align with the Sun. Once the object’s course is set, the metallic ball goes from stagnant to a blurred stream shooting past Saturn, gliding across the planet’s rings. The warped space trail leaves The Ringed Planet and loops around Jupiter using its gravitational pull to sling itself towards Earth. On its way to Earth, the craft maneuvers between Phaeton and Mars, sending a gravitational wave through Phaeton’s surrounding space-median—the waves are left rippling in its trails. It then gains momentum, reaching speeds upward to seventy-five percent of the speed of light. Once the object reaches terminal vacuum velocity, it travels approximately 694,000,000 kilometers from Jupiter to Earth in just under half a second. It then comes to a crushing halt sending another gravitational wave across the galaxy. The vessel has arrived at its destination; destination: Earth’s orbit.

The ball-shaped metallic ship’s radius is 1,609 kilometers. Its configuration is nearly spherical but with a slight egg shape—a geometric feature that is only noticeable from a viewpoint outside of the galaxy. The minute oval construction is meant to accommodate the warping of space-time so that light can bend around it. The light can then stay on a linear path as it flares across the solar system.

Once positioned, the craft maneuvers between the Earth and the Sun until the three galactic bodies become colinear. It then moves along the invisible line back and forth until it wedges itself into a perfect eclipse, casting a shadow over the Earth. The Earth all but disappears from view as the vessel finds itself in a fixed orbit with the planet approximately 386,243 kilometers away. The shadowy world is covered entirely with water—a calm blue marble stuck in the black fabric of space.

The object’s slinging movement interrupts the surface tension of the untouched planet. Like a kid dropping a pebble into a pond, the gravitational waves send contour ripples 12,700 kilometers in diameter until they disappear to the other side of the planet.

In approximately 8-minutes, the temperature of the Earth’s liquid surface drops dramatically. The vessel stays put until the exterior of the eclipsed portion turns into an icy shell. Once the ice forms, the ship moves rapidly in orbit to the other side of the planet. It is now eclipsed by the Earth, blocking out all sunlight except for a small glowing hoop.

After another 8-minutes, the surface returns to its average temperature, and the ice melts quickly – mixing with the warming water flowing in from the unfrozen side. The blending of the room temperature waters, with the breaking sheet of ice, causes massive waves and maelstroms to erupt across the globe.

The vessel continues these maneuvers for months until 70% of the water is frozen and collected in the north and south poles. The collection forms the polar ice caps, effectively lowering the sea level.

The water’s draw off then exposes a single continent of massive proportion. This freshly exposed earth is littered with flip-flopping sea creatures. As the water runs off, the animals become fixed in limp foliage bedded about assortments of rocks, sand, and crustaceans.

Within days, the former sea-dwelling creatures, struggling to breathe on the bare continent, die off. The dead carcasses and plant life leave behind a primordial genetics pool that gives birth to microscopic organisms. These organisms adapt quickly to the dry land environment and, over four billion years, blossom into super animal giants.

[2 | Earth’s Satellite]

After the virgin continent was exposed and the polar caps were formed, the vessel became dormant, permanently positioning itself into a spinless orbit such that one hemisphere faces the Earth and the other faces the outside galaxy. The moon-sized spacecraft has intentionally become Earth’s satellite permitting the ocean tides and twelve lunar cycles.

[3 | Evolution]

It has been billions of years since the Earth’s underwater continent was exposed by its new Moon, igniting the beginning of land life. On this new land formation, species of air-breathing creatures spawned.

The single continent has become overwhelmed with skyscraper reaching monsters. Their massive size and equally massive appetites have become problematic to the vast landmass. They consume all available resources so rapidly that they are forced into cannibalism, leaving the former plot of green land a putrid surface. The filth then begins to leak into the surrounding ocean, causing pollution, and the contaminants kill off precious water life.

This event triggers the Earth’s harmonic vibrations with the surrounding galaxy, and after billions of years, the dormant Moon starts to vibrate.

Over the years, the artificial Moon collected mountains of space debris that encompassed the surface. The collection of various meteorite fragments and dust particles grew the crafts radius to 1,728 kilometers, concealing its smooth surface. The coverup and impacts leave it soiled-grey and littered with craters. The space vessel’s exterior now looks like just another dead outpost of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Abruptly, the vibration of the vessel creates what appears to be an earthquake splitting the surface. A crack then stretches across the visible exterior and outward towards the dark side of the Moon, making a gap so large it can be seen from the surface of Earth. As the external breach thickens, a line in the sand is drawn, sending space debris tumbling inward like two parallel waterfalls.

Along the line, dust and meteorite fragments fall into what appears to be nothingness—similar to a black hole. It then becomes clear that there are doors buried deep under the surface, which had been covered by various materials over the years.

The doors pull away from each other, and an opening fifty kilometers in diameter appears. The hatch looks like a circular elevator buried in the desert. Some material falling inward makes dead clinks in the void of space. The gap continues to grow until the doors are fully withdrawn, and a massive tunnel with no end appears.

From the nadirs of the tunnel, a flash of brilliant light pops from nothingness. It appears out of thin air as if an invisible camera snapped a photo at the center of a cylindrical black hole.

Following the bright light, empty space crackles and then splits vertically along the base of the dark tube. Through the seam, a sizeable jagged asteroid forty-eight kilometers wide emerges, separating the curtains of space. Once the giant rock is fully exposed and the splice seals up behind it, it hovers inside the tunnel equidistant from all walls.

The faux Moon then sits in a frozen state until the Earth has rotated, and the center of the dryland faces it. Once aligned, the surface begins vibrating, forcing the crater-filled land to shake into a smooth surface. The asteroid then discharges out of the tunnel shooting towards Earth with a crushing speed of one hundred kilometers per second. It takes the rock just over an hour to reach the planet. As it rips through the atmosphere, the object cracks and erupts with blazing flames, which generate billowing pillars of smoke that can be seen from the thermosphere to the crash site.

Just before impact, the giant mass sends a shockwave dispersed in all directions across the landmass. The wave knocks over enormous dinosaurs and overgrown mammals, instantly killing off small animals and insects. As the creatures fall and die, the asteroid crashes directly into the continent carving out, what will become the Pensacola of Florida and Mexico. Once sunken deep into the Earth, the impact force sends lightning-shaped fractures throughout the large island, splitting it into segments forming the seven continents of the modern Earth.

Following the life-slaughtering earthquakes, the base of each landmass detaches from the seabed. This separation causes an elastic collision flinging the individual portions of land across the ocean, dividing the seven seas. A parting that results in a catastrophic event, executing nearly all dryland life. The division of the smaller landforms leaves each piece in a different ecosystem, which eliminates the threat of large over-consuming animals from evolving again.

Before the icecaps were formed by the artificial satellite and water encompassed the planet, the only volcanic opening had been at the base of the submerged body of land. This volcano single handily generated the enormous undersea-island. When the asteroid crashed into it, the collision severed the volcanic tube from its base. This severance sets off a torrent of lava, releasing pressure from the core of the planet triggering unanticipated volcanic eruptions across the seabed. The widespread flowing lava then turns the planet into a celestial whirlpool of death. These molting discharges and uninhabitable surfaces leave the Earth a desolate reservoir of smoke and ashes lasting over one hundred thousand years.

Once the underwater volcanos cool and seal themselves up, the bacteria that survive the boiling bath begin to evolve. Their evolution will again leave the aquatic life to be the sole survivors of Earth for millions of years to come. This enduring water life keeps itself tucked deep in the ocean right near the core of the planet. They mutate into more advanced bacteria by consuming each other, starting the foundations of what will become the next generations of life. While forming, they use the energy emanating through the agglutinate to extract sun-like energies they cannot get at the surface due to the blacked-out sky.

After many more years, the atmosphere begins to clear, filtering out the smoke and ash-filled clouds. The rays of the Sun then start to shine, piercing the icy land shields. The intense beams of light cause frozen water pockets to thaw and release suspended bacteria into the drylands. These microscopic organisms replicate quickly and evolve. They eventually develop into vegetation and hermaphroditic animals, which then continue to change, soon leading them to find other similar species to breed with.

Simultaneously, some developed water entities instinctively use their preexisting genetics from the first dryland days to escape their liquid prison. The untouched soil of dryland then becomes swarmed by evolving aquatic life. They intertwine with the current life, which eventually forms the premodern ecosystem.

After another sixty to seventy million years pass, the Earth finds a balance of suitably sized life and evenly distributed resources. The reformed blue dot has become dappled with various islands of different colors and environments untouched by the human virus. It is the most beautiful and resource-rich planetary body in the solar system.

Following the Earth’s harmonizing, the orbiting Moon is alerted by the planet’s natural frequencies. These frequencies originate from a shield encasing the atmosphere of Earth. The protection is made up of quantum particles produced by the in-sync life on the planet. It intentionally keeps out dangerous energies generated by intergalactic surfs of radioactive waves.

A natural event had taken place upon evolution: Once the planet had an evenly dispersed amount of life, the collection of biological material kept electrons jumping continuously about the globe. These massive movements of charged particles generate a subatomic-magnetic flow. The electrons jump from Atom to Atom – cell to cell – body to body, and the friction creates an opposing force. The force is simultaneously pushed away from and towards all entities. The Earth also makes a similar force that repels the electron friction just as two magnets repel each other. Because there is little to no life in the atmosphere, the force cannot be contained, so it becomes normal to the surface protruding outward. It then accumulates at all points on the planet, beaming subatomic fields of particles up to the thermosphere where the vacuum of space contains it, and the protective shield is generated.

Before the field was generated, the intergalactic waves were needed to create the protein strands that make up the bacteria; the shocks they produced were essential to the birth of microscopic organisms. But once they evolved, the solar energies became deadly, forcing the life to fight back, eventually creating the forcefield. The artificial moon had been programmed to pick up these frequencies, which then reawakens its consciousness.