On the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series
The Holy Trilogy
By Selina Rosen
That’s right, Hitchhiker’s Guide isn’t some simple science fiction book, it actually is the guide to our galaxy and living in it. It explains the unexplainable and makes sense of the . . . nonsensical.
Douglas Adams took credit for writing down this trilogy, but in truth he was awakened from a sound sleep in the middle of the night by a strange alien being who led him to a cave in which he found golden tablets which he then took home and through divine wisdom he was able to translate the tablets into the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Or something like that.
The evidence of the hidden mystery of this work is well evident, and so obvious that it’s surprising that I even have to point out all the signs.
Hello! There are five books in this trilogy, though, as we all know, “trilogy” means three. This was not done–as most of you unwittingly think–just to be silly. For those of us who understand the mysterious ways of the master see very clearly that three is the number following two, and that two is the number of times your mother yelled at you to put down that stupid science fiction crap and read a real book before you learned to hide it inside a National Geographic magazine.
Four is the number which follows three, and Earth is the third planet from the sun. And if you add two and two you get four, and if you add one to four you get five, …