In a playful way, the most versatile themes are effortlessly juggled; via cliched fallacies and control-seeking dark forces, we have arrived at falsified progress, negative growth, puppet politics, shadow rulers and fictional history through a feedback loop of the mass psychosis of the mainstream and the War of the Word. Even blind spots, conspiracy-deniers, contrary ignorance and the crucial life gas CO2 do not go unnoticed. In short our artificial lie society, which seems to have become almost synonymous with a self-made prison, is mercilessly analyzed. However, a light-hearted approach gives the whole collection a witty charge. Moreover, against this initial doomsday scenario, a hefty backlash is given in the form of helpful extraterrestrials, positive imagination, telepathy, sovereignty and the god-given manifestation power. Or would it have been better if Adam and Eve had remained childless, after all?