Abigail: The Princess of a Princess

“Asilas was involved in black ops government projects that crossbred humans with the alien Drax race to produce hybrid humanoids that could survive in the realm of the Drax and essentially be blood factories.”

Abigail Sierra was on track to become the most powerful Spartan in Asilas’s army. So powerful, in fact, that she could have been the one to overthrow Asilas himself. He figured this out through a series of dreams, omens, and probing the young girl’s mind over the course of her training as a Spartan soldier. He forgo his plans to make her the premier Knight Spartan and savior of humanity –even as he held out hope she would change her perspectives and align herself with spiritual philosophies he subscribed to. However, she never showed any interest in religion and was too headstrong to be convinced there was a divine being, a God, a creator, and overseer of humankind, and thus she limited herself in particular areas of training that involved heightened consciousness and awareness in the universe. Abigail never wanted to be a “believer” in God or divine creation, and no amount of discourse with the king would or could change her mind.

Asilas’s plans for Abigail began from her birth. Her conception was part of a secret hybrid project that began long before Asilas became king. As a General in the army and a high ranking member of the Ordo, a very secret and powerful group of elitists that participated in occult rituals, Asilas stood with members of the Ordo as representatives of mankind as they hashed out alliances with alien races and manipulated governments around the world. Asilas was involved in black ops government projects that crossbred humans with the alien Drax race to produce hybrid humanoids that could survive in the realm of the Drax and essentially be “blood factories.” The Drax never paid much mind to Asilas, as he was seen as merely a human slave. However, some in the hierarchy of the Ordo were not immune to his abilities or persuasion and, over time, he was able to use his secret abilities to smuggle hybrid babies out of underground laboratories dotted around the United States. Each hybrid baby had human and Drax DNA, but were essentially human. The hybrids would later become his Spartan army because they were immensely more powerful both physically and mentally than pure humans. Asilas had a partner in this scheme –his former army comrade Quintin Capone, who had become a high ranking administrator in the New York City Public School System and eventually became its Chancellor. Capone used his position in the school system to place these hybrid children in schools with foster parents who were paid a monthly stipend to care for them and raise them as their own children.

The Lemuria Connection

Abigail was different than any other Spartan soldier. Her Drax DNA did not come from a Drax warrior; it came from Lemuria, a princess of the Drax High Order. Lemuria was the most powerful Drax on planet earth. Her Drax Lords seldom ventured to earth and preferred to reside in other interdimensional domains –leaving Lemuria as the sole ruler in the human domain. Lemuria used her own DNA to create clones of a special Drax warrior named “Russel” and created an elite guard to protect her while she dwelled on earth after the death of the Drax prince who proceeded her. With her DNA in the Russel clones, she could not only control each one, she could sense everything they sensed –so long she was within 99 miles of any of them.

Fortunately for Asilas and Abigail, Lemuria and the Drax tended to stay in cold regions, such as the northern and southern poles ,and remained as far from human activity as possible. Asilas was assigned to oversee the Drax elite guard cloning project out of sheer chance and had access to Lemuria’s DNA samples. He smuggled one sample out and created one hybrid baby from it. That baby was Abigail.

This was one of the reasons Abigail’s limitations frustrated Asilas to the point of exhaustion. Although he knew she held the key to become the greatest Spartan warrior on the entire planet, he also knew her unwillingness to receive God into her heart made her vulnerable to corruption and essentially make her a danger to his reign. In his original plans, Abigail would have lead the American Alliance to battle with the Drax after all nations on earth aligned with America for the Great Revolution and ultimately free humanity from the grip of the Monster Group. The only way Abigail would be able to remain strong enough to resist all temptations was to have a strong faith in God. This was how Asilas figured she could combat Lemuria’s control once she met the Drax on the battlefield. However, since she never accepted the notion of God, she would have eventually been commandeered by Lemuria and turn against America.

Abigail was merely a teenager when she began her training as a Spartan. From the onset, she demonstrated superior power over all other cadets. Asilas and Capone kept a very close eye on her development and determined Abigail would mature to become powerful enough to defeat whole platoons of Drax warriors. Her lack of spiritual enlightenment, however, sealed her doom and Asilas used his Ace card to destroy the Canadian government instead. She would naturally become too dangerous to him. The king mourned Abigail when she died in Ottawa, not so much because of his love for the girl, but because a major play in his master plan had to be scrapped. He reluctantly sent Abigail to her death prematurely simply because he had no other choice. This disruption in his plans presented a significant challenge and left a major void for the king and America’s Great Revolution that would come to an explosive eventuality in mankind’s greatest test in Antarctica.

Listen to Abigail’s final moments in season one’s finale.

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