Soul transplant operation is the last recourse for human survival in new trilogy, Last call from Earth
- People affected with CRDS lose their DNA controls and become repugnant: The body becomes
an uncontrollable mess. There is no cure for CRDS. The only solution
is to transplant the souls to healthy bodies.

New York, NY (PRWeb) February 22, 2007 -- In Last call from Earth trilogy, Al Herr presents a saga
of biological survival where the DNA loses its guidance and control function. People affected with
CRDS (Circadian Rhythm Degeneration Syndrome) become physically, emotionally and mentally
deformed and grotesque; little girls under five lose all their ovules in a menstrual flush; millions
become morbidly obese, reaching over 2,000 pounds.

The circadian rhythm dates back billions of years and served as the basis for the primitive
organisms to begin functioning, progressively, into more complex states. This rhythm enables the
biochemistry of our bodies to run on time and in a pre-established order.

In the human body, this rhythm is orchestrated in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the
hypothalamus, in the brain. It controls our temperature cycle and the secretion of hormones.

The circadian rhythm regulates biological activities that are linked to a 24-hour cycle, like brain
wave activity, cell regeneration, and hormone reproduction. If the cell regeneration cycle doesn't
work properly, the body retains its old cells while new ones are created,
and consequently the body gains weight.

It is impossible for a human body to weigh 2,000 pounds. The heart cannot pump enough blood to
maintain such a body; the bones cannot sustain such a weight… But with CRDS, of the air that we
breathe and normally expel from the lungs, minuscule drops of oxygen get into all the cells of the
body, which becomes like a balloon; literally, people with CRDS float.               

Being out of control of the basic body functions creates problems not proper to mention, but that
you can imagine. Without an internal biological clock functioning properly, we
have little girls under the age of five who lose all their ovules in a single menstrual flush and never
menstruate again. Not maintaining a steady chemistry in the brain, there are cases of people that
talk nonsense without stopping, unable to maintain the focus of
their attention, wandering from one thought to another without control.

Mary's Plight

"I believe I am, or I feel like I am anyway, the fattest person alive. I am 1,984 pounds. I have a bed
that was made especially for me. I live on it; literally speaking. It's a combination bed, toilet, and
shower--all in one. I have fecal and urinary incontinence. I don't want to embarrass myself with
details, but you can imagine. Fortunately, if I could say that, I just push a button and the entire bed
gets showered, flushed, and cleaned
up (including me). Why did I get to be like this? What did I do? Is this a punishment?
What could I have done that was so bad? I have hypertension, hyperlipidemia, atherosclerosis,
gallbladder disease, diabetes type 2, rheumatoid arthritis, vertebral disk herniation, and impotence
(am I kidding? I am a female, 38, who would ever want me?). My periods are irregular. They last for
weeks, very fluid, or none at all, for months. What keeps my body going? Why I don't just die?
What's wrong with dying anyway? Am I a human being? If you only knew how it feels…"

There is no cure for CRDS. The only solution is to transplant the soul to a healthy body. How is that
possible? How is a soul transplant done? What happens to the soul that is
in the healthy body before the transplant? What happens to you? Are you the same as before, with
all your memories and your future?

Find out in Last call from Earth -Stage I, Biological Survival.

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LCE Press Release  -  New York, NY (PRWeb) February 22, 2007