It depicts all organized religion as part of a deliberate attempt to retard human progress in science. Human history it turns out has been manipulated from the beginning by an elite ruling class of alien agents. The ending very cleverly explains the sudden emergence of a super race of humans on Minerva, which was mentioned in the previous volumes. Hogan seems to have planned the whole tale before he wrote the first volume.
Year Read: 2000
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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