Through the thirteen novels, Elizabeth Stanton and her group discover what is actually happening on their world of Tarra. Namely, the aliens created Tarra as a dumping ground for all their own spiritual beings that they found objectionable in their societies - those who upset their societies: scientists, revolutionaries, artists, great thinkers, and of course criminals. Thus, these three different alien societies dumped these unwanted beings on Tarra, their penal colony, forcing the beings into physical bodies with enough traumas so that the beings could not leave the bodies (until it died), were convinced that they were nothing more than a physical body, and could not remember their previous lives. Stanton and her group reverse all of this over many hundreds of years, drive out the aliens, and develop a therapy to undo this horrific damage to the people, set against the long term evolution of the many societies on Tarra. It is my own personal belief that such a notion of trauma blocking past memories may well be germane to our own world and people. Thus, I purposely intended for the reader to pick up on the allusions to the “Mediterranean Sea, the Sahara, Middle East, the Roman Empire and northern Europe,” though with one exception, the rest of Tarra is vastly different. I hope this tends to make the reader ponder the idea that past traumas might be adversely affecting themselves and how it might actually work, as well as some hope for how such traumas might be uncovered and erased, as well as what the results of doing that might just be. This is the fourth novel in the Elizabeth Stanton series. Ket (Elizabeth) and Caitlyn take up married life as King and Queen. However, their kingdom has suffered greatly from last years devastating war. It will take a massive rebuilding effort to secure their kingdom. However, their towns are now minus nearly all younger men, two towns prime for the taking. Surely another king will attack them and soon, looking for the spoils of war. Yazi and his Church of Jehosanity assumes even more control over Megalos and the Centurions. He takes the most feared assassin in all Megalos under his wing as his Security General. Worse, they learn that the Great Messiah's wife had children. Off go the assassins to eliminate all of Jes Amir's line. Worse still, the Guardians, as a movement are dying. Ket must find a solution and fast. Larger events on Tarra overshadow the island's woes. Megalos is plotting another campaign to retake their lost colonies of the Sea Princes, while the Galts of the Northern Steppes are slowly capturing all of the Greenway. Velona, under Elona Po's rule, has become a shining example of a most successful kingdom. In fact, it has become the artistic and Gnostic center on all Tarra.