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I propose that the Nexus creates a Descartes vacuum around itself, completely separating itself from the rest of the universe; if it is able to maintain such a vacuum - I am under no illusion that it cannot - then the Nexus can exist beyond our universe, or rather, from a quantum physical point of view, can exist at all points in the universe at once.

— The Truth Behind the Nexus; Helen Mozart; 1999

The Truth behind the Nexus was at one time a best-selling book by renowned conspiracy theorist and ancient astronaut theorist Helen Mozart. The book's popularity quickly waned under a barrage of bad reviews. It was writen in 1999 by Helen Mozart, and centered around the Xenotech Nexus, a large construct in Hydronia, a Greek area which was once a sovereign nation.

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