As a doctor of anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics, Eva has always been aware of the difference between theory and practical knowledge. As she departs for a series of research treks to the far corners of the earth, Eva soon finds herself facing several intriguing, ancient mysteries that will test her skills and teach her unforgettable lessons about the power of the universe. Eva begins the first of seven treks in Palenque, Mexico, where, with the assistance of Doctoro Ruz, she soon learns the truth of the glyphs of Pakal. Next, she travels to Olduvai, Africa, where she is guided by the Maasai Chief Kibo as she seeks the source of mankind, the Garden of Eden. From there she journeys to Hokkaido, Japan; Santorini, Greece; Rapa Nui, Easter Island, Polynesia; and finally to Columbia, South America, where a Kogi Shaman summons Eva and provides evidence of ancient aliens and a dire warning for all mankind. In her search of the origins of mankind among the conflicts of interpretation, source validity, religious debate, and discrimination, Eva is guided by ancient wisdom as she uncovers a series of perplexing mysteries that reveal the devastating effects of past mistakes.