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"Greetings, Dear Homsaps" is a highly satirical look at the conditions on planet Earth in the years prior to, during, and just after TBC, or The Big Change.

Climate variations bring many disasters but also some fortuitous changes, proving how adaptable the species Homo Sapiens is.

The Galactic Federation of Lightworkers is heavily invested in a beneficent future for Earth. They see clearly how badly the planet's being run by a corrupt ruling elite who want to control resources for their own benefit, not the populace.

A collective envoy from the GF of L, called Fa, begins contacting an Earthling named Titania Defoux who is at first supremely disinterested in being a point person. Gradually she comes to accept if not appreciate her role as Fa's mouthpiece.

Titania's playwright niece, Daniella Defoux, is going through her own personal metamorphosis, having lost her lover Colin in a tragic meteor accident several years before TBC. Inspired by her father's family connection to George Bernard Shaw, she travels to Dublin to read her version of "Pygmalion," which she renames "Pig Male Eon." Two young Irish members of the audience take her to a warehouse on the outskirts of Dublin and show her the perfect complement to her play, with unimaginable results.

Daniel Defoux, her father, lives in a Nepalese tiger preserve outside Kathmandu, mourning the loss of his beloved wife ten years previously. A practicing Buddhist, Daniel finds the natural world a balm for his grief and is eventually befriended by a majestic pair of tigers, Raja and Rayna, who have much to teach him and are part of a life-changing event for Daniel as well as the Shivapuri Forest Preserve.

The Defoux family -- Titania, Daniella, and Daniel -- are on an incredible upward evolutionary trajectory made possible by The Big Change, which portends metaphysical awakenings for Homo Sapiens as well as the magical, multi-dimensional planet they call home.

"Greetings, Dear Homsaps" is a highly satirical look at the conditions on planet Earth in the years prior to, during, and just after TBC, or The Big Change.

Climate variations bring many disasters but also some fortuitous changes, proving how adaptable the species Homo Sapiens is.

The Galactic Federation of Lightworkers is heavily invested in a beneficent future for Earth. They see clearly how badly the planet's being run by a corrupt ruling elite who want to control resources for their own benefit, not the populace.

A collective envoy from the GF of L, called Fa, begins contacting an Earthling named Titania Defoux who is at first supremely disinterested in being a point person. Gradually she comes to accept if not appreciate her role as Fa's mouthpiece.

Titania's playwright niece, Daniella Defoux, is going through her own personal metamorphosis, having lost her lover Colin in a tragic meteor accident several years before TBC. Inspired by her father's family connection to George Bernard Shaw, she travels to Dublin to read her version of "Pygmalion," which she renames "Pig Male Eon." Two young Irish members of the audience take her to a warehouse on the outskirts of Dublin and show her the perfect complement to her play, with unimaginable results.

Daniel Defoux, her father, lives in a Nepalese tiger preserve outside Kathmandu, mourning the loss of his beloved wife ten years previously. A practicing Buddhist, Daniel finds the natural world a balm for his grief and is eventually befriended by a majestic pair of tigers, Raja and Rayna, who have much to teach him and are part of a life-changing event for Daniel as well as the Shivapuri Forest Preserve.

The Defoux family -- Titania, Daniella, and Daniel -- are on an incredible upward evolutionary trajectory made possible by The Big Change, which portends metaphysical awakenings for Homo Sapiens as well as the magical, multi-dimensional planet they call home.


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