Monday, December 06, 2021

Tuksook’s Story, 35,000 BC


The land that has nurtured the People for so long has turned against them with an extraordinary drought. Clearly, to survive, they must move. Some of the People move from their China/Mongolia area to what is today the Cook Inlet area of Alaska, but at that time the inlet didn’t exist. They moved instead to a river drainage area. Later the Ice Age would create the inlet form of the area. Read to see (1) whether they fare well in their new home in Alaska, (2) what Alaska’s Cook Inlet was like in 35,000 BC, and (3) whether the People can convince the starving ones who remain behind to leave their drought-stricken land to join them in the new land.

Winds of Change, the name of the series, is an exhalation from the nostrils of Wisdom, causing change. It affects individuals, groups, localities, regions, or the entire world. When the Winds of Change affect the world, all life responds. The first four books exist in a world of peace following the eruption of a super volcano. With the last great Ice Age the lives of the People change from a world of peace, required for survival—where in-fighting was a luxury they could not afford—to a world of war, well established by 11,700 years ago, that continues to this day. Tuksook’s Story, 35,000 BC predicts the change to come.