About Author

Al Bates is a retired commercial illustrator, retired because of computers. Born in West Monroe, Louisiana 0n Dec. 13, 1931. He has a BS from Louisiana Tech in commercial art and a Masters from The Art Center College of Design in Los Angles in 1959 (G.I. Bill, Korean War). After trying studios in New York, Detroit and Chicago, he settled in Houston serving clients such as Exxon, Gulf, Shell, Dowell and many more. He was married twice and had three children. Looking for answers, he tried Unity Church, it was a religious church and was no help. Meditating why people can’t know true love got him a spiritual out-of-body visit from our Creator, the Anunnaki Scientist Enki, who took him on a trip to see the answer. On the return Enki asked him to write a novel and a movie about what he had experienced, true history of humanity and the separation of ego fears from spiritual truth/energy, that being the answer to why people can’t know true love. That knowing also happens to be the answer to all humanities problems today and the key to surviving the Apocalypse. He retired from the art world and taught himself to write. He has written three novels; The Knowing, published by Blue Star Productions,  Guesthouse, unpublished and God’s Story, self published. He also wrote six screenplays along the way, one was optioned by Paramount Studios, but was denied by our secret government because it revealed too many of their secrets. All his stories were inspired by his trip with Enki and what he discovered in research since.

GOD’S STORY  is a love story showing how its characters find their spiritual truth and use the spiritual physics technology to qualify for flying the dimensions. The book can be ordered through Amazon (where it has a Five Star rating of Excellence), B&N or any bookstore. There’s still time for the spiritual intelligent to find thier perfect relationship and qualify for the trip on the Anunnaki space ships.


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