About the book:
A team of aliens from the Pleiades Star System journey to Planet Earth to help people, globally, learn how to live compatibly with each other. They take on human bodies and quickly learn that it’s not so easy to master the human experience, in spite of their extrasensory abilities. When they propose how we have to change, as people, there is great resistance. Those in opposition begin to use violent means of stopping such a movement. The President of the U.S. is convinced by the aliens of our need to change and he proposes a dramatic shift in the policies of the country in terms of the distribution of wealth, capitalism, foreign policy, and global power. As a result, he becomes the target of assassination by a powerful global consortium. The future direction of the U.S. comes down to the vote of a conservative Senator from Utah, who is loyal to the Tea Party, at which point the true reason the Pleiadians are here is finally revealed.
The Pleiadians provokes the examination of issues critical to the continued existence of humans on Planet Earth. One of the central questions is “Do humans have an inherent self-destructive character based upon our dominant context of survival—even when survival is not an issue?” Another issue involves the uneven distribution of wealth. That is, “Is there a point where the uneven distribution has the potential for total societal breakdown?” Still another issue involves the U.S.’s choice of attempting to be the major military and economic power when there are other countries challenging this choice. “Can we afford to continue competing to be ‘captain of the world’ and still have sufficient resources for a healthy domestic economy?” And most of important of all, “Do we (the U.S.) have the humility to ‘find our place’ in the present and future world where we no longer dominate as we have in the past?”
This book is available in Salt Lake City, UT at The King’s English Bookshop and in Park City, UT at The Expanding Heart bookstore. It is also available online at Amazon.com as a paperback and an eBook.
William A. Guillory, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Center for Creativity and Inquiry and President of Innovations International
Dr. William A. Guillory is one of the most dynamic transformational speakers, and conference and seminar facilitators of our time. He speaks about subjects that are at the forefront of our thinking, such as Creating Culturally Compatible Living and Working Environments; The New Leadership for the 21 st Century—The FuturePerfect Organization; The Age of Human Potential—Creating Human Capital; Diversity–The Unifying Force of the 21 st Century; Maximizing Your Personal Performance through a Success State of Mind; and other related topics involving personal and organizational transformation.
Dr. Guillory is an authority on diversity, leadership, high performance, creativity and innovation, and quantum-thinking. Bill’s published books include Realizations; It’s All An Illusion; Destined to Succeed; The Roadmap to Diversity, Inclusion, and High Performance; The Guides; Empowerment for HighPerforming Organizations; The Business of Diversity; Living Without Fear; and The Living Organization?Spirituality in the Workplace. His most recent publications include The FuturePerfect Organization—Driven by Quantum Leadership; Tick Tock… Who Broke the Clock—Solving the Work-Life Balance Equation; Animal Kingdom—A Diversity Fable; and How to Become a Total Failure—The Ten Rules of Highly Unsuccessful People (a tongue-in-cheek book about success).
Prior to founding the consulting firm Innovations International Inc., Dr. Guillory was a physical chemist of international renown, publishing more than 100 papers on the application of lasers in chemistry. He has lived, studied, and lectured in England, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Poland, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and China. Dr. Guillory has presented over 4,000 seminars for leadership groups in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, the United Kingdom, France, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland. He has facilitated seminars for more than 300 organizations, including NASA, The EPA, Amgen, the Navy, AEC of Saudi Arabia, The National Institute for Science and Technology, Merck & Co., Eli Lilly, Amoco, the American College of Health Care Executives, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Qualcomm, Sandia National Laboratories, EDS, Texas Instruments, Diagnostic Laboratories of Hawaii, Procter & Gamble, Dow Chemical, The Department of Health and Human Services, The Department of Agriculture, Los Alamos National Laboratory, ChevronTexaco, Eastman Kodak, and many other Fortune 500 organizations.