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Gorinthians

Justin Lee Mitchell

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Two scientists from Earth discover how to make a worm hole within minutes of a global nuclear attack. After fleeing through the wormhole, they discover entirely new sensations. Whith the scientific knowledge of earth, and the ability to use spiritualMoreTwo scientists from Earth discover how to make a worm hole within minutes of a global nuclear attack. After fleeing through the wormhole, they discover entirely new sensations. Whith the scientific knowledge of earth, and the ability to use spiritual energy to affect the world around them, the scientists create a paradise for the human inhabitants- until they disagree on the form of governing...A war engulfs the planet as the scientists try to assert their form of governing. Jerard gives a species from the spirit realm authority to possess the bodies of any law-brakers for a short time to help prevent crime. Terrance insists these beings are not mature enough to support such an idealistic role, which proves correct as the Gorinthian spirits begin possessing people for the sole purpose of experiencing human sensations. Terrance and his allies finally defeat Jerard and his host of Gorinthians by creating a shield below the planets crust that prevents the planets spirit from reaching the surface. As a result, the entire world almost dies as refugees are forced into small pockets where the planets spirit burst through the shield at a much higher pressure. The effect of the planets overwhelming spirit causes severe mutations in the few hotspots left around the globe. Humans begin to change into a different species, while plant life becomes more exotic and sentient. This story takes place two thousand years after the great war, with the shield that protected the planets inhabitants from the Gorinthians has nearly disintigrated. It is up to a small group of people from the city of Chasel Ri Aven to find a way to stop the Gorinthian hordes before it is too late. To add to the confusion, the wormhole that deposited Terrance and Jerard on the new world was never disconnected. It flops through space-time like a true worm, sucking unsuspecting humans and other species onto the new world at random.