Finally Emma has stopped looking to the stars and wondering if we're alone in the universe.
No need to wonder any more ...
After becoming entangled with members of a Secret Society, Emma learns mankind is but a part of a great HIVE. Man, apparently a mere worker in that hive and just like beehives have members which look quite different from one another, so does our hive, our upper members appearing like different species.
Hidden behind the thinnest of veils they reside in their inner sanctum. Great things can and will be achieved when they reintroduce themselves ... something which is very close at hand.
When Emma is taken deep into the hive she learns what KEYS mankind and the upper members of the hive together, what man's real role in the universe is ...
One might think humanity would not tolerate being the legs on which another species stands but there is much more to our interactions … the glue that binds us, stronger than one might imagine. Some of us will even go through a kind of metamorphosis and become upper members ourselves.
Much that Emma is shown is mind blowing, the upper members of the hive possessing great knowledge and almost magical powers.
She learns that for the last hundred years mankind has been a rapid learning curve to help bridge the wide gap between the upper levels of the hive and humanity. Communication technology has been greatly enhanced so introductions and an intense amount of knowledge which needs to be downloaded to mankind can be easily given and quickly uploaded.