Adam Genisis is the third volume of the Chronicles of the Girku, published in 2007.
As a direct extension of Sa'am's story, the reader is projected on Earth, in the company of the castaways of the war between the Gina'abul and several alien races. Weakened, these individuals must deal with the resources of this planet. Very quickly, they built a city in the mountains, next to a garden they called Eden. Enlil then becomes the Great Administrator (the Satam) of this colony. Their installation does not foresee the incessant incursions of the natives, the humans. The latter will storm their garden and mercilessly plunder their food. Architects of the evolution of the human race, the Gina'abul shape the earth's landscape and resign themselves to settling here . The native savages are gradually transformed into docile slaves.
Sa'am is deeply in love with Se'et, but she is brutally kidnapped ; sordid political plot have no limit. Refugees are now prisoners, condemned to cohabit with Homo sapiens. Sa'am continually opposes his peers and secretly protects his creation, initiating humanity to the mysteries of his ancestral culture. Will Sa'am manage to find his beloved and restore balance to his unstable community now trapped on Earth?
Anton Parks did not invent these accounts: he spontaneously received visions, from the age of 14, borrowed from coherent information about the past and the extraterrestrial origins of the gods of our traditions. The author thus brings a renewed credibility to the thesis of evhemerism (theory according to which the gods were deified characters after their deaths). The account sets out the true story of the Garden of Eden and the revelation of the Secret of the Serpent, which is none other than Sa'am.
Mulge - Hanael Parks
"I believe it is important that we return to our starting point. What are we supposed to be like the "paranormal" experience, as we would be tempted to call it, of Parks? Readers will remember the central role played by the Gírkù in the 1st volume, "The Secret of the Dark Stars".
This magic object whose origin remains a deep mystery, itself already ancient when it was entrusted to Sa'am some 300,000 years before our era, the Gírkù has its own identity. He even has a name: Ugur, and happened to be Sa'am / Enki's faithful companion (as we will discover in this volume) and probably others who succeeded him.
Ugur displays highly virtuous characteristics as a personality, including loyalty to its owner and, it would seem, to Truth itself. Ugur is the eternal repository of all the historical data entrusted to it. Throughout Parks' books we see Sa'am / Enki and then Heru (Horus) recording in Ugur the chronicles of many millennia."
Sa'am - Hanael Parks
"We learn that Mamitu-Nammu, Sa'am's "mother", did the same before him, others having followed him. And today, in this time of ours, Parks indicates that everything in his stories has gone back to us from that same Ugur.
Yet it is because all of this actually happened one day that we are no longer forced to face our future blind, without even the certainty of an identity to assume our destiny. We discover here that our past, for having been tragic, is nonetheless imbued with nobility - faced with the most ruthless enemies who are, once very close, and always very close to our days, to deprive us of our heritage as of our destiny. But nothing is yet decided."
New York, mars 2007