The Broken Bible: Picking Up The Extraterrestrial Pieces

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APOCALYPTIC ACTION HORROR EPIC RELIGIOUS MYSTERY WAR SUSPENSE/THRILLER

17th Century or Earlier,Future,Across Centuries

John E Chitty

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Possibly The Most Extensive Literary Work Exposing Extraterrestrial Intervention Concealed Within Biblical Scripture Ever Compiled!

Genre

Apocalyptic,Action,Horror,Epic,Religious,Mystery,War,Suspense/Thriller

Short Summary

How The Actual CREATION Was Physically Performed, In DETAIL!


THE END OF DAYS/Revelation/666 Exposed in DETAIL!

Setting

Information not completed

Based on a True Story

Yes

Plot - Premise

Rebellion Against 'The One'

Plot - Other Elements

Philosophical Questions

Mature Audience Themes

Extreme Violence

Main Character Details

Name: God

Age: ????

Gender: Male

Role: Tempter

Key Traits: Masculine,Villainous,Aggressive,Confident,Religious,Blunt,Secretive,Sophisticated,Unapologetic,Leader,Badass,Complex,Decisive,Engaging

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Development Pitch

From the dawn of man we have all wondered: Who's out there? From the inception of life human's have known nothing but Gods and angels that hold the very secrets of life and death. Since ancient times, these awe-inspiring luminous beings have captivated every population on the surface of this planet. Now for the first time, join author John Chitty as he journeys through an extraordinary odyssey of entangled science and religion where extraterrestrial's and angels become one and the same. Discover the remarkable connection between the centuries-old UFO phenomenon and angelic beings. After thirteen years of intensive research, this book is one of the most extensive literary works exposing startling new information about UFOs and Biblical scripture ever compiled. For the first time in the annals of mankind, the miracles of scripture and future of the human race is revealed. This controversial yet provocative revelation will leave you utterly frightened at the alien implications that may be residing right under our very noses. If you are intrigued by innovative concepts, prepare yourself for an exciting yet shocking chronicle exposing the extraterrestrial pieces of The Broken Bible.

About The Author

John Chitty

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

UFO Community

Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: Iuniverse

Year Published: 2002

Hard Copy Available

No

ISBN

978-0595222100

Genre

RELIGION

Brief

The author mixes science and verses from the Bible to explain elements as extraterrestrial life, Big Ben, and the creation of humanity.

Overall Rating

FAIR

Point of View

THIRD PERSON

Narrative Elements

Authors Writing Style: FAIR

Characterization: FAIR

Commerciality: FAIR

Franchise Potential: FAIR

Pace: FAIR

Premise: GOOD

Structure: FAIR

Theme: FAIR

Accuracy of Book Profile

It is accurate.

Draw of Story

The craziness. The author states theories that mix Bible teachings and verses with scientific discoveries. It all sounds crazy but somewhat intriguing.

Possible Drawbacks

It's too long. After some time, you stop caring about the bunch of details and citations.

Use of Special Effects

THE STORY RELIES HEAVILY ON SPECIAL EFFECTS

Primary Hook of Story

The hook is the idea that science can prove religion and vice versa.

Fanbase Potential

It depends. If the story is defined as fiction, I believe it could attract people. If it follows the idea that the author has evidence and can prove his theories, and take it seriously, I don't think so.

Awards Potential

No. It's based on unproven "evidence," and it could only have a chance if defined as fiction.

Envisioned Budget

LARGE BUDGET

Similar Films/TV Series

BATTLEFIELD EARTH: FILM WITH JOHN TRAVOLTA BASED ON SCIENTOLOGY'S BELIEFS. DE CARONA COM OS ÓVNIS: BRAZILIAN SERIES IN WHICH A MAN TRIES TO PROVE THAT ALIENS HAVE BEEN VISITING OUR PLANET.

What’s New About the Story

The author highly believes in his own theories. It's an extensive document that shows the author did a lot of research to complete the book.

Lead Characters

The main character is God. This fact itself is enough to make the lead stand out. The characters are ET's, angels, demons... in spite of these characters are not well developed, they are strong figures.

Uniqueness of Story

It's a rare gem because I've never read anything like this, it's original because the author did his own research, and apparently created his own evidence. However, it has the negative side of not being verified.

Possible Formats

Film - Indie, TV Series - Limited Run / Mini-Series, TV Series - Streaming, Unscripted

Analyst Recommendation

WORK IN PROGRESS

Justification

While the story has many positive points, it has room for improvement (see possible paths below). If you can't change the story at this point, my suggestion is using your notes as a guide to highlight the best aspects of it when taking the next steps, either putting a pitch page together, a treatment, or a presentation.

Tips for Improvement

This book should be adapted as a fiction story or a fake documentary. Another acceptable way could be a series that would show some religious and cults beliefs. It has a lot of material, it has generic but intriguing characters (as angels, demons, ET's, God), it follows a somewhat chronological structure, and it has interesting plots that could work well if the producer chooses the fiction side. It also could become a fake doc, with the author as the main figure (as a researcher) who presents his evidence and ideas. Also, it could be part of a documentary that shows how some religious people and cults strongly believe in things science cannot prove. Despite its craziness, it has some ways to go, but the problem is: the author totally believes in his theories, so would he accept to have his book turned into a mockumentary? Would he accept be presented as a fanatic who believes in not verified evidence? I don't think so.