Jungle Beauty Goddesses Book and YouTube Series

Age rating: 17 and older
Spiritual fantasy science fiction creation story. All deities from all religions are siblings. Their family pull together after the Beings on Jesus's planet crucify him. After this event the parents decide that the Jungle Beauty Goddesses will be the last deities to exist
Synopsis: Imagine a Universe where all of the Gods, Goddesses, and deities of all time and space were siblings who ruled different planets. Right before they were born, their brother was injured by the beings on his planet. Their parents, creator and creatress of the Universe, DeMatter and Nebula decide that the seven baby girls--The Jungle Beauty Goddesses—would be the last deities born throughout all of eternity.

The Jungle Beauty Goddesses were free-spirited goddettes who enjoyed their freedom as the youngest children of Dematter and Nebula creators of the universe. The septuplets were given planet Earth as a gift for their seven millionth birthdays.

These seven sisters struggle to maintain their own freedom as limitless beings; sibling rivalry among themselves of jealousy, envy, and anger; while accepting their collective duty to fulfill their family obligation to the deity-hood as creators for planets.

From creating dinosaurs to ultimately designing the perfect human being; they discover that they did not want to baby-sit helpless, whining, needy beings who pray to them for guidance, support, or even love. They planted the DNA for the perfect being on a beautiful, warm island in West Africa where all of their physical needs could be met in a hospitable climate.

The Jungle Beauty Goddesses calculated that since humans do not have wings, gills, or claws; they could not travel for long distances and therefore would be safe on planet Earth and need very little monitoring.

Ironically, they discover that their perfect “human being” is but a mere embodiment of their own flaws and imperfections of being free-willed goddesses. They question the boundaries of their divine powers as they ponder whether it is possible to mold a being to be superior to its creator.

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