Images — Book 5

Baja Clavius Book 5:
A Blood Moon Rising

Episode 21:
Penis Envy Ranch

 


MMDI Director Thomas Burke appears at The Naked Dead Guys Bar after his death.

MMDI Director Thomas Burke is restored to life at Baja Clavius.

This gigantic blue marble statue stood in an international museum in Geneva, Switzerland.

MMDI Agent Declan Andreas.

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MMDI Agent Declan Andreas is forcibly raped while visiting the Penis Envy Ranch in Nevada in the year 2012.

Episode 21: Bonus Images

Prototype image depicting the type of masculine cowboy typical of the livestock at the Penis Envy Ranch in Nevada.

Unused promotional image of the typical Penis Envy Ranch cowboy providing sexual services to a guest.

Unused promotional image of a Penis Envy Ranch character (Native American Indian) as he fulfills the sexual fantasies of a guest (cowboy).

Prototype image depicting the gigantic blue marble statue before it was officially installed on display in the Geneva museum.


Episode 22:
Pleasures of Dead Men

 


MMDI Agent Declan Andreas visits with bartender Mal at an establishment named the Naked Dead Guys Bar.

MMDI Agent Declan Andreas is very happy to see that he has been restored to life using time travel.

MMDI Director Thomas Burke inside one of the Giant Blue Hockey Puck time travel chambers at Baja Clavius.


Episode 23:
Revelation 6

 



 
Lana Onakea, the exobiologist who discovered the extragalactic intelligent life nicknamed the “Benefactors.”
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke appearing on camera in a documentary announcing the discovery of the extragalactic intelligent life.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke is gang-raped at Baja Clavius by MMDI crew members.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke is killed by MMDI crew members.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke is beheaded at least five times while serving on time-travel missions.


Episode 24:
All Worship the Blue

 


MMDI Director Thomas Burke stands naked outside the crew showers at Baja Clavius.

MMDI Director Thomas Burke (center) photographed with MMDI Agent Robert Brandt (left) and MMDI Agent Declan Andreas (right).

MMDI crew member is executed by a religious zealot while ejaculating at Baja Clavius.

MMDI crew members in close quarters have no privacy at Baja Clavius.

MMDI Agent Yotaro Tai, the leader of the religious zealots at Baja Clavius.

While on a mission to Geneva, Switzerland, MMDI Agents Ted Avila and Vincent Wauneka saw a gigantic statue of a naked blue alien male.

Anthony Garcia, deceased Baja Clavius religious zealot.

David Marshall Anderson, deceased Baja Clavius religious zealot.

Alexander Thomas Carter, deceased Baja Clavius religious zealot.

Jon Sampson and Vernon Templeton, deceased Baja Clavius religious zealots.

MMDI Agent Robert Brandt fucks the severed head of a Baja Clavius religious zealot.

After consistent sexual fantasies, MMDI Agent Declan Andreas finally gets fucked rough like he wanted by MMDI Director Thomas Burke.

MMDI Director Thomas Burke is tormented in his rack by MMDI Agents Ted Avila and Vincent Wauneka.


Episode 25:
Hero Rewarded

 



 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke feels great emotional distress.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke was photographed naked in his quarters by MMDI Agent Declan Andreas while the two men were involved in an ongoing sexual relationship at Baja Clavius.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke gets involved sexually with the bartender at The Naked Dead Guys Bar in the afterlife.
 

 
MMDI Director Thomas Burke is visited by a ghost in the afterlife at The Naked Dead Guys Bar as witnessed by the bartender.


Episode 26:
Edward Primero

 



 
MMDI Director Edward Primero on his first day at Baja Clavius.
 

 
The first sexual experience with a man Edward Primero ever had was at the lunar base with Agent Declan Andreas.
 

 
Agent Declan Andreas is exhausted after sex when he climbs between floors of the lunar base using the embedded ladder in the wall.


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Images — Book 4

Baja Clavius Book 4:
No Time Yesterday

Episode 14:
Ownership of Souls



Episode 14 theme image.


The newest MMDI time travel agent, Dani Zaman, is transformed in the crew showers at the lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.


How former MMDI time travel agent Dani Zaman looks after having been transformed by DNA from extraterrestrials.


Dani Zaman floats naked in a gigantic resort swimming pool somewhere in the Mojave Desert on planet Earth.


A young man enjoys the Mojave Desert resort swimming pool.


Many all-male pleasures are available at the Mojave Desert resort swimming pool.


Episode 14: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unused image of Dani Zaman seated in his rack at the lunar base.


Promotional image featuring the Dani Zaman character.


Outtake — Unused image: Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila wake up in an abandoned subway station somewhere on planet Earth.


Episode 15:
No Other Earth Man

 



Episodes 15 theme image.


A young man floats gently on his back while watching a dragon inside a glass globe.


Taking pleasure in witnessing a young man’s beheading.


MMDI Director Ezekiel Anton


Flashback to the moment that Dani Zama was transformed by extraterrestrial DNA.


MMDI employee Marvin Mainer becomes a reluctant time travel agent.


MMDI time travel agents Ted Avila and Vincent Wauneka arrive together on a mission to Geneva, Switzerland on planet Earth.


Episode 16:
World’s Smartest Man

 



Episode 16 theme image.


Ever since he was a young boy Marvin Mainer feared a dragon would kill him.


Dana Zaman becomes an object of masculine sexual desire.


Marvin Mainer’s dragon flies across the face of the moon.


How painfully foolish you feel when you mourn the loss of someone who was never good for you in the first place.


Episode 17:
The One True Blue God

 



Episode 17 theme image.


Young men fight one another to the death in the hopes of being selected to be MMDI time travel agents.


The innocence of a new MMDI time travel agent will not last very long.


Ted Avila confronts Marvin Mainer with a stunning truth.


At the lunar base Marvin Mainer succeeds in bringing Vincent Wauneka, Ted Avila, and Dani Zaman to Baja Clavius from an uncorrected timeline.


Statue in Geneva, Switzerland that stimulated the creation of a man-made deity and an accompanying organized religion.


Episode 18:
Clavius Cowboys

 



Episode 18 theme image.


A young patient who seeks comfort from a psychiatrist.


Steps lead down to many secrets held deep inside the lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.


Nightmare image #1.


Nightmare image #2.


Nightmare image #3.


Vincent Wauneka as a holy man with magical powers.


Vincent Wauneka is full of fear at the moment of his martyrdom for the deity and organized religion that he helped create.


Episode 19:
A Man on His Knees

 



Episode 19 theme image.


What Matthew Lejeune looked like when he was a young man in Sedona, Arizona in the 20th century.


Matthew Lejeune fantasized most of his life about getting revenge against Ted Avila.


Matthew Lejeune acts out his fantasy revenge feelings against Ted Avila.


Matthew Lejeune believes fervently that he could kick Ted Avila in the balls for all eternity.


Episode 20:
The Mortal Remains

 



Time travel agent Ted Avila floats against the face of the moon.


A young man in a major city in Europe is the last person on Earth who knows the secrets of MMDI time travel operations.


Remembering Vincent Wauneka.


Remembering Marvin Mainer.


Remembering Dani Zaman.


Remembering Ahiga Akalii.


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Images — Book 3

Baja Clavius Book 3:
Mission to Today

Episode 9:
Colors Blue and Red

 



Episode 9 theme image.


Time travel agent Ahiga Akalii waits naked to be noticed standing at the entrance to the MMDI crew quarters.


Time travel agent Ahiga Akalii in action.


Time travel agent Ahiga Akalii in action.


Time travel agent Ahiga Akalii.


Time travel agent Ahiga Akalii gets fucked by time travel agent Vincent Wauneka.


Nicholas Cruz wears his tight “Time Out” tee-shirt.


Blue Angel Motel, Las Vegas, Nevada.


Time travel agent Vincent Wauneka enters an abandoned room inside the Blue Angel Motel in Las Vegas.


Time Travel agent Ted Avila realizes that he is trapped in Las Vegas in the 21st century.


Time travel agent Anthony “Squirrel” Marugo at the MMDI lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.


Mikhail Volkov inside the Bullhead Gym.


Mikhail Volkov drowned in the marsh near Topoc, Arizona.


Episode 10:
Navajo Wisdom

 



Episode 10 theme image.


Time travel agent Anthony “Squirrel” Marugo.


Time travel agent Vincent Wauneka overtakes Hollywood scriptwriter Danny West in Arizona in the 20th century.


Hollywood scriptwriter Danny West gets his balls kicked unrelentingly by time travel agent Vincent Wauneka.


Episode 11:
Naked Dead Guys Bar

 



Episode 11 theme image.


Mal, the bartender at Naked Dead Guys Bar.


Mark Lejeune, a drug dealer in Bullhead, Arizona, in his final moments of life.


Mark Lejeune, a drug dealer in Bullhead, Arizona, after he is shot in the head.


How a young Russian drowned near Bullhead, Arizona in the year 1992.


The rules for Naked Dead Guys Bar as posted prominently on the wall.


Carlo Zarelli arrives at Naked Dead Guys Bar holding his severed head in his hands.


Dead time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila arrive at the bar to join the other stiffs.


Dead time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila are drawn upwards towards the heavens as they depart Naked Dead Guys Bar.


Once again, time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila return to Naked Dead Guys Bar.


Dead time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila torment Mal, the bartender.


Episode 11: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unused image of Vincent Wauneka dominating Mik “Wolf” Volkov.


Outtake: Unused initial concept test image of bartender character and his place of employment.


Outtake: Second unused initial concept test image of bartender #2.


Episode 12:
Intruder Alert

 



Episode 12 theme image.


The DVD cover for the direct-to-video movie named Top Secret Time Travel Agents from the Moon.


MMDI Director Markus Tagawa.


Time Travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila see the giant blue metaphorical statue for the very first time.


MMDI time travel agents wearing green (instead of black) uniforms.


A naked MMDI time travel agent at one of the blue time travel devices at the lunar base beneath the lunar crater Clavius.


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Images — Book 2

Baja Clavius Book 2:
Foregone Tomorrows

Episode 6:
Power Over Men

 



Episode 6 theme image.


Agent Black.


Agent Green.


Neutralizing a threat.


A Mexican drug gang leader.


What has happened in the Bullhead Gym.


Young dead soldier from Arizona.


Nicholas Cruz, dominator.


The famous yellow towel.


Looking at Matthew Lejeune up close.


Vincent Wauneka looks disoriented when he returns to the lunar base from a mission on planet Earth.


Episode 6: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unused test image for theme of power over men. Unnecessary cruelty and violence.


Episode 7:
Changing the Future

 



Episode 7 theme image.


MMDI Director Markus Tagawa.


MMDI Director Markus Tagawa.


Carlo Zarelli working out at the Bullhead Gym.


Carlo Zarelli is ready to get fucked for the very first time by another man.


Episode 8:
Forever Young Men

 



Episode 8 theme image.


Nicholas Cruz in the MMDI crew quarters at the lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.


Agent Vincent Wauneka dead in his rack.


Time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila are hung by the neck until dead.


Time travel agent Ted Avila dies from exposure to the sun and the heat in Death Valley.


A young cowboy is about to be hanged as part of an Arizona gang ritual in the 20th century.


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Images — Book 1

Baja Clavius Book 1:
Moon Men Deep Inside

Episode 1:
Bare Feet Kick the Sky

 



Episode 1 theme image.


This Arizona bodybuilder is the focus of missions by time travel agents from the future who are sent back to the 1990s to change history. If they succeed on their missions, they will prevent the domestic terrorism tragedy from ever happening and save hundreds of lives from being lost.


Map provided by time travel agent Ted Avila showing locations in the American Southwest for his missions to change the past.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka executed in an Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century.


Young male beheaded during the 21st century in the Middle East.


Agent seated nude inside the “Giant Blue Hockey Puck”—nickname of the time travel device.


Agent standing nude in one of the debriefing chambers at the MMDI lunar base under the crater Clavius.


Crew member’s rack (bed) inside the MMDI lunar base under the crater Clavius.


Nicholas Cruz, a well-endowed male of Mexican heritage who was born in Arizona in the 20th century.


Sexual torture of Nicholas Cruz in Phoenix, Arizona in the 20th century.


Nicholas Cruz resting on his bed in his apartment in Phoenix, Arizona in the 20th century.


Nicholas Cruz executed in an Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century.


Episode 1: Bonus Images


Theme image used for the marketing of Baja Clavius.

Outtake: Unused theme image exploring the subject of ritualistic hangings in Arizona in the 20th century.

Alternate unused take of Navajo male Vincent Wauneka executed nude in an Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century on a man-made hanging machine.


Alternate unused take of Navajo male Vincent Wauneka executed wearing only blue jeans in an Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century.

Alternate unused take of Navajo male Vincent Wauneka executed nude in an Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century.


Alternate unused take of young male beheaded during the 21st century in the Middle East.


Promotional Image: Time travel agent Ted Avila awakens in his rack in the MMDI crew quarters at the lunar base.


Episode 2:
Dare Not Ask the Dead

 



Episode 2 theme image.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka naked and aroused.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka orgasm.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka unconscious.


Roman statue celebrating masculinity.


Personal trainer’s impressive cock and balls.


Arizona ritualistic hanging in the 20th century.


Nicholas Cruz enjoying a blow job in Phoenix, Arizona.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka enters a restaurant in Bullhead, Arizona in the 20th century.


Dream sequence: Cowboy sexually tortured before being hung by the neck until dead.


Navajo male Vincent Wauneka provocative pose for the camera—nude and aroused.


Episode 2: Bonus Image


Outtake: Unused image of an erect hanged man.


Episode 3:
Unmerciful Blades

 



Episode 3 theme image.


Bullhead, Arizona motel scene.


Personal trainer Carlo Zarelli at the Bullhead Gym.


Time travel agents Vincent Wauneka and Ted Avila in a storage facility for the mysterious Lunar Blue substance.


Mexican drug gang member is ready to impale a young United States male in the jugular.


Mexican drug gang member in a border town.


Vincent Wauneka walks into the crew quarters at the MMDI lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.


Mexican drug gang member fucking the severed head of a young male from the United States in a border town.


Episode 3: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unused image of Mexican drug gang member nude, ready for sex.


Outtake: Unused image depicting what might happen in a Mexican border town to young males from the United States.


Episode 4:
Saluting Cowboy

 



Episode 4 theme image.


Matthew Lejeune showing off his young body.


What grief looks like.


Matthew Lejeune orgasmic.


Hung cowboys in a tourist show.


Arizona ritual hanging viewed by spectators in the 20th century.


Matthew Lejeune enjoying sex.


Imagining Matthew Lejeune is an alternate cowboy costume.


Episode 4: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unused solo hang image of Matthew Lejeune from the tourist show in Kingman, Arizona.


Outtake: Unused high-contrast greyscale image test of Matthew Lejeune character.


Outtake: Unusable image. Matthew Lejeune never was at the MMDI lunar base. He lived only on planet Earth.


Episode 5:
One Who Owns the Keys

 



Episode 5 theme image.


Matthew Lejeune in later life in Sedona, Arizona.


Imagining Matthew Lejeune as he never looked.


Matthew Lejeune pointing up, pointing down.


Agent Vincent Wauneka drags Matthew Lejeune’s lifeless body within the MMDI lunar base beneath the crater Clavius.

Episode 5: Bonus Images


Outtake: Unusable image of Matthew Lejeune as cowboy at the MMDI lunar base. He only lived on planet Earth.


Outtake: Unused original full color version of MMDI Director Markus Tagawa.


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Secrets and Spoilers

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[For those who want additional insight and guidance from the author/illustrator. This is not a substitute for reading the short book series.]

Ted AvilaTed Avila is sent in a time machine from the moon in the 23rd century to Bullhead, Arizona in the 1990s.

Ted is a gay man. He has been given one particular mission to change men’s behaviors using sexual manipulation of them. The desired outcome is to change what happens in April 1995 in the domestic terrorism incident in Oklahoma City.

Vincent Wauneka, also a gay man, is a native-born Navajo. He shares an intensely pleasurable sexual relationship with Ted. In Bullhead, both men join a gym and become clients of a particular personal trainer, Carlo Zarelli, who introduces them to performance enhancing drugs (steroids) as were commonly used by males at gyms especially during the 1990s.

Vincent Wauneka

We learn that both Ted and Vincent serve as time-travel agents. They are employed by the mysterious and highly-secretive international military agency called MMDI—code-named “Moon Men Deep Inside” based on the initials.

MMDI sends its all-gay men on missions to change the past on Earth through the use of regular sexual manipulation of men by men. The rationale for changing the past is MMDI computer models that prove human civilization on planet Earth will descend into chaos without MMDI continually “repairing” timelines in the past.

Vincent and Ted hanged

In the line of duty on such repair missions to the past, both Ted and Vincent repeatedly are killed—most often by being hung by their necks until dead. MMDI brings both men back to life using time travel. In Arizona they discover widespread ritualistic hangings taking place in the 1990s, which everyone knows did not actually happen in United States history. The two time travelers keep being sent back to the 1990s in Arizona by MMDI to attempt to change history so that there will be no ritualistic hangings in the late 20th century—how everyone knows events in history were “supposed to” turn out.

But, Ted is not a patient man. He becomes obsessed and angry with his employer after many deaths and MMDI resurrections that both he and Vincent are forced to experience. Ted strongly believes that he is suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) and significant memory losses resulting from time travel, even after repeated assurances by a medical doctor at MMDI that Ted is perfectly healthy.

Personal trainer beheaded

The personal trainer for both Ted and Vincent frequently goes to a Mexican border town on the Arizona state line to buy steroids that he then sells at the Bullhead gym. On one such shopping trip to the farmacia, a Mexican drug gang removes his head. Ted makes several attempts to use time travel to change the past specifically so he can prevent the execution of Carlo Zarelli in that border town by a drug gang. But, Ted learns about an impossible choice he must face. If he spares Carlo from beheading, Ted will bring about the direct outcome of an increase in the number of casualties at the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

As with the mafia, there is no way for a person to quit working at MMDI. To give meaning to their suffering and get back at at their employer, Ted and Vincent conspire to take sensitive, top-secret details about the time-travel agency for release to the public in the 20th century. Their intent is to make the general public aware of the presence of MMDI in this misguided attempt at revenge against their employer.

Vincent travels to the past to persuade writers to craft a science fiction novel and movie screenplay with embedded secrets about MMDI. He is successful. But, the outcome of releasing such top-secret details in the 20th century is not what Ted and Vincent expect. MMDI prevails in secrecy and power. Now Ted and Vincent believe that their lives are in jeopardy because they fear MMDI will likely seek retribution.

But, all priorities are shifted on the day that MMDI discovers alien life of high intelligence from another galaxy is responsible for leaving a substance on the moon that was used to make possible human time travel technology. Ted and Vincent are assigned to investigate after time travel missions start suffering from interference apparently initiated by the alien life. Against their will, Ted and Vincent are deliberately injected with alien DNA by an MMDI scientist. Was this the attempt at retribution that both time travelers feared would happen? Their enhanced DNA gives both men the ability to travel in time merely using their minds without any technology whatsoever. While being examined in the medical section of Baja Clavius, Ted and Vincent die suddenly in an apparent accident.

Dani Zaman

A third MMDI agent, Dani Zaman, also receives the alien DNA without first giving his consent. His body does not handle the alien DNA very well. Zaman lapses into a rage that results in him destroying the Baja Clavius MMDI base before drowning himself in the Pacific Ocean.

Marvin Mainer, an employee of MMDI in Washington, DC, is recruited to investigate why and how Zaman destroyed the Baja Clavius base.

Marvin Mainer

Mainer is brought in from his office job in Washington, DC to the top-secret underground Yucca Mountain, Nevada base of MMDI. He reluctantly becomes a time traveler after he is assigned by MMDI to investigate how the lunar base was destroyed which killed all personnel living there.

Mainer’s findings explain why the lunar base was destroyed: Alien life manipulated Dani Zaman after he received their DNA. They forced Zaman to bring about the destruction of Baja Clavius. Their reason was that the technology to send MMDI agents on missions to change the past had unintended consequences—violent damage was done to the aliens’ home galaxy during each instance of the use of time travel technology on the moon. The most simple solution was for the aliens to manipulate Zaman to destroy Baja Clavius to stop the violent damage.

Mainer becomes the fourth MMDI agent to receive alien DNA without giving his consent. Unlike the original three MMDI agents (Ted Avila, Vincent Wauneka, and Dani Zaman) who received alien DNA, only Mailer manages to survive.

Like Ted and Vincent had shown was possible before their deaths, Mainer also learns how to travel in time using only his mind. Drawing upon his newfound knowledge and experience, Mainer travel back in time to prevent the Chinese from ever developing time travel. Instead, Mainer creates a second generation of MMDI to restart time-travel operations (without the use of machinery or technology) to change timelines of the past on Earth and prevent chaos from overtaking human civilization.

One major catch for this second-generation of MMDI agents is that each man much agree to accept a very painful injection of alien DNA that is also both permanent and not reversible. The chief incentive is that if they survive the presence of alien DNA, they will be forever young men and immortal, not to mention becoming top-secret time-travel heroes.

Mainer is rewarded for his efforts by being appointed the new Director of MMDI. He successfully re-establishes a new Clavius moon base where MMDI agents may live and travel in time without using technology.

Vincent Wauneka, Ted Avila, Dani Zaman

Mainer repays the loyalty and service of the three MMDI agents who were the first humans to receive the alien DNA by bringing them into the corrected timeline at the re-established moon base and puts them back into rotation as time travel agents working for the new MMDI.

Not surprisingly, several MMDI agents at Clavius base become fixated with thoughts about the alien life whose DNA runs through their veins. They start a religious cult comprised of MMDI agents on the moon. The cult’s purpose is to praise, honor, and worship the alien life, which they call “The One True Blue God.”

The One True Blue God

The cult starts forcing MMDI agents who are not believers in the religion to worship the aliens to have unwanted orgasms before killing them.

Of course, such violent tactics motivate the MMDI agents who are not cult members to defend their base with a vengeance. Violent anti-cult battles erupt at Clavius base as the two factions fight for dominance. The base is threatened with total destruction.

The alien life intercedes and MMDI agents work with them using time travel to neutralize the cult and save Baja Clavius from being destroyed by the violence. For the first and only time, a new leader of MMDI is put in charge by the aliens, not by the consortium of nations that funds the agency and the moon base.

The new Director of MMDI is Edward Primero. He immediately implements a very harsh workplace culture at the lunar base using sexual manipulation and rape. He becomes the most powerful and successful leader of the base because he intolerantly dominates all the young men who work for him on the moon.


Story

Baja Clavius — the story

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A time traveler from the 23rd century is on a mission to change what happened in the past. He knows that he was sent in a time machine by a powerful agency to the late 1990s on Earth.

Here he is:

He is the narrator of the story. The main problem for him is he seems unable to stay out of trouble no matter what he chooses to do while at work. He concludes that he must be suffering from traumatic brain injury brought on by repeated time travel. That is the best explanation he can find to explain why his memories about himself and his action taken during his time travel missions are all jumbled up.

He struggles to complete his missions even though he becomes convinced that time travel is causing his mind to deteriorate. For security reasons, the time traveler cannot reveal his true identity to anyone. Of course, he cannot ever admit that he is from the future on missions to change the timelines of the past. So, he relies upon his interactions with other men to help him discover who he really is, and, what actions he must take complete his missions successfully so that he can return to his home century.

He knows that whatever actions he takes on time-travel missions to change the past can have a ripple effect forward into the future. If he makes the wrong decisions based on faulty memories, he will cause more harm than good. He also know that he will be sent back in time by the agency for which he works to correct mistakes he has made in the past.

The greatest and persistent problem for him is that his memories about the past include alternate versions of how things turn out. The time traveler does not know for certain with whom he needs to interact to succeed on his missions. Nor is he completely confident about which past events he is supposed to leave as is. He learns to trust few others.

All of these challenges complicate the life of a time travel agent whose work is to fix timelines in the past to create a better life for all of us in the future.

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Diversity

Diversity and Inclusion

Commentary by Madeira Desouza

 
Baja Clavius is queer science fiction with an unusually strong diversity minus stereotyping. There is no racism here at all like you will find in real life wherever gay men can be found.

In Baja Clavius major gay male characters are masculine gay men who are African American, Arabic, Asian, Latino, and Native American Indian (among other ethnic groups.) These characters go against the grain of typically insulting cultural stereotypes of gay men who usually are depicted as flamboyant or effeminate.

The character images, names, and descriptions from left to right are:

  1. Ted Avila (time travel agent), whose surname is found in French, Latino, and Portuguese people.
  2. Back row, Dani Zaman (time travel agent) born to American parents in the State of Qatar; his first name in Arabic means near or close; his surname in Arabic means time or age or era.
  3. Middle row, Markus Tagawa (director of time travel operations), Japanese American.
  4. Back row, Nicholas Cruz, Mexican American born in Arizona.
  5. Front row, Marvin Mainer (director of time travel operations), African American.
  6. Back row, Anthony Marugo (time travel agent), Japanese American.
  7. Front row: Vincent Wauneka (time travel agent), Native American Indian born in the Navajo Nation.

If you’re thinking “I prefer white guys” when you see the images of the Baja Clavius characters, your are incorrect in how you express yourself.

You can correctly say I prefer Pepperoni pizza and dislike all the rest. But, whenever you say I prefer white guys, you are expressing to the world one simple truth: YOU ARE BEING RACIST.

If you do not prefer to read queer sci-fi stories or view images of gay male characters who are other than all-white, I am asking you to leave right now.

I choose diversity and inclusion. This means I do not hang out with people who are racists or who exhibit racist behaviors or speech.

 


Storyteller and Artist

The storyteller and artist photographed in San Francisco in 2017 at the Queers & Comics Conference -- California College of the Arts.
The storyteller and artist photographed in San Francisco in 2017 at the Queers & Comics Conference — California College of the Arts.

 

 

 
I am Madeira Desouza. I am a gay man and I produce creative works as a storyteller and artist living in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Profile of Madeira Desouza

A majority of artists and illustrators depict females. I choose to exclusively depict masculine males within what is known as bara.

With origins in Japan, American bara emphasizes masculine men of the Western Hemisphere (without an emphasis upon Asian men) in highly sexual adventures of brutality, peril and danger created by gay men for gay men.

What is Bara?

This genre attracts a much smaller audience compared to other genres of visual works and storytelling. The little word is shortened from barazuko, which in Japanese means rose-tribe, a code phrase for gay men. Bara works are produced by gay men for gay men. The genre depicts gay male, same-sex feelings and sexual identity of masculine, muscular men who sometimes behave in aggressive, violent, or exploitative ways towards one another. Learn more about bara.

Science Fiction

Provoking readers is a very different process compared to provoking viewers with visual works. I chose the science fiction genre deliberately so that my novel would turn out to be emotionally challenging and not at all “safe” in the intellectual or visceral sense. I did not attempt to create something that would make money for me or for others. But, I did attempt to create something that would make readers/viewers think about issues that they otherwise might not think about while enjoying spending time with masculine male characters.

What I’ve created is a science fiction time travel adventure, but it is also true to the bara genre. This is because I depict gay male same-sex feelings and sexual identity with masculine, muscular males that sometimes are violent and exploitative. What does that say about me? Most writers will admit what I admit here: We do not like violence and exploitation in everyday living. We write about violence and exploitation. It’s fiction. It’s only pretend. It’s only art or make-believe. As such, I do not advocate for violence and exploitation in real life.

My target audience is gay males, but straight females also are known to enjoy the bara genre.

I suspect that what I’ve created probably will not be made into a traditional Hollywood movie because the story and characters do not fit into the framework of major motion pictures that tell science fiction stories. Yet, I definitely can imagine this would make show business sense as a series of episodes for streaming on Amazon or Hulu or Netflix.

Science fiction is famous for characters, behaviors, and ideas that venture way beyond the envelope of conventional storytelling. These are well-known realities celebrated by science fiction writers and readers alike.

Baja Clavius pushes the boundaries far beyond what some readers will find objectionable in science fiction written with gay male themes and characters.

The men in the fictitious world of tomorrow in Baja Clavius are far more violent and preoccupied with sex compared to what we know to be true today of gay men.

The time travel agents find gay sex pleasurable, yes, but they sexually manipulate men as part of their secret mission to change the past. Sometimes they behave as bullies. Sometimes they force themselves sexually upon unwilling men. This sexualized violence in the fictitious world of Baja Clavius is not for squeamish readers.

Pen Name

Madeira Desouza portrait

I’m a citizen of the United States, born in California. My heritage is Portuguese from both my parents. Madeira is the Portuguese word for wood. The surname comes from one of my old country grandparents.

When I was a boy, I had an irrational fear that I would turn out to be merely an ordinary man.

During journalism school, I grew to admire writers who distinguished themselves through their professional works. But, I also must confess that I developed a very strong attraction to the well-known practice of writers who use a pseudonym. I discovered in those days that Mark Twain was the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Filtered through the perceptions of a teenage boy, that was the coolest thing I had ever come to know about the writing profession.

No surprise that Mark Twain has remained my favorite American writer of all time. Not that I think I am as good as he was or ever will be. But, I seek to be humorous like him, to tell vivid and imaginative stories like he told, and, yes, to have a memorable nom de plume like his. I created a pseudonym for myself that would sound considerably more Old World ethnic compared to my own birth name while being a name that everyone should recognize no ordinary person would ever have.

It does not really matter whether someone with a pseudonym is prominent and globally identifiable like Mark Twain or Stephen King or J.K. Rowling or Jay Z. The simple reality is that having a pseudonym is a timeworn way of differentiating yourself from everyone else.


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Baja Clavius is illustrated science fiction for gay men who enjoy reading. The stories are about gay time travel agents who work for a top-secret agency codenamed Moon Men Deep Inside (MMDI) located beneath the crater Clavius on the moon.
 
Baja Clavius—a series of five short science fiction time travel eBooks downloadable exclusively on Amazon—is fun, stimulating, sexy, provocative, and a very wild ride.

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This is similar in storytelling style and tone to the works of Russell T Davies (Cucumber and Banana, Doctor Who and Torchwood on the BBC), and, to the works of author Christopher Trevor, Baja Clavius. Here you will experience radically different storytelling from standard cause-and-effect fiction. Baja Clavius is true to the bara underground art genre. One recent comment about my stories says it all quite clearly: “Your kind of stories are truly not found elsewhere.”

 

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Registered copyright certificate (TX 8-423-630) effective date May 31, 2017 in the United States Copyright Office, Washington, DC. International Standard Number: ISBN 978-152125266.

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Madeira Desouza says: Most writers will admit what I admit here: We do not like violence and exploitation in everyday living. We write about violence and exploitation. It’s fiction. It’s only pretend. It’s only art. It’s merely make-believe. I suspect that what I’ve created probably will not be made into a traditional Hollywood movie or television show because the story and characters do not fit into the framework of major motion pictures or television shows that tell science fiction stories. Yet, I definitely can imagine this would make show business sense as a series of episodes for streaming on Amazon or Hulu or Netflix.

 


Baja Clavius

Set a few hundred years from today, Baja Clavius transports you to a world not like our own. Gay male time travel agents are valued for the work they do. These time travel agents are doing noble work that they believe will save our species. However, in the real world in which we presently live, the time travel agents’ behaviors are considered immoral and illegal. Is the future of the human species worth using immoral and illegal behaviors?

The Baja Clavius short book series is not like any storytelling you have experienced. You will be unable to set these stories down once you start reading them!

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Here is How High The Moon — theme song for Baja Clavius:

The content here is restricted to adults of legal age due to explicit, uncensored images and text depictions of homoerotic desire, masculine male characters, and behaviors of gay adult men.

 


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Desperate White Supremacists

We may all easily recall Desperate Housewives, the 2004 to 2012 television series on the ABC network. But, we may not be sufficiently savvy to perceive desperate white supremacists in these United States. Perhaps this commentary will shed some light on the topic that may become a network television series, too, in the not-so-distant future on Sinclair Broadcasting Group nationwide for rednecks everywhere.

Look no further than to Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017 to find clear-cut and very obvious examples of desperate white supremacists. Unfortunately, I suspect that after this commentary appears online, there may be other examples elsewhere outside of the Commonwealth of Virginia. I easily would anticipate such a violent outburst in the great state of Texas, for instance.

In August 2017, I happened to publish a fictional story that stands as an antithesis to desperate white supremacists. I offer this to anyone who is against desperate white supremacists. What I wrote is entitled Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside. Visit BajaClavius.com for more details. There is a free download, so no purchase is necessary, and there is no obligation to buy anything at all.

I am not attempting to cash in on the debate over white supremacy here in my country. I happened to have lived in the Commonwealth of Virginia for nearly 20 years, but now I live in Las Vegas, Nevada. What I wrote took decades to finish starting back in 1990. This work (finally!) was completed years before Trump promised to “make America great again” and other such blatant pandering to desperate white supremacists going on these days here in our beloved country, the United States of America.

If you are reading this you deserve to have an alternative to the pandering to desperate white people by Trump and his kind even if you happen to be one of those desperate white supremacists. Trump got elected primarily because white people in the United States were sincerely and undeniably afraid of being displaced culturally and politically by blacks from everywhere and by Hispanics from Mexico, in particular.

Whether Trump believes any of that pandering propaganda he espouses is beyond my expertise to discern. He may be brilliant. He may be insane. Who knows? I am not qualified to make that determination either way. So, you have to judge Trump for yourself.

But, I am qualified to write Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside as much as anyone is qualified to write science fiction nowadays. I promise you that this work of science fiction is an alternative to hatred of blacks and Hispanics. Go to BajaClavius.com to download your FREE copy right now and set yourself free from the Trump propaganda machinery (otherwise known as Fox News Channel, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and names we know and love so well.)

Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside is an alternative to the commonly-held belief in these United States in an interventionist deity. He is popularly known as God the Father and/or God the Almighty.

If you believe the undeniable genius of the Dutch artists of the Renaissance, then you already believe that this interventionist deity sports a big white beard and has blue eyes. And, yes, of course, like the Dutch Masters, God in Heaven above has light-colored skin.

This Dutch-defined interventionist deity of certain Caucasian origins lives “up there” somewhere in another dimension otherwise known as Heaven. At God’s side is his only son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. And, there’s also a third deity as well. He is named the Holy Ghost. He completes the trinity that we all are supposed to worship if we are expecting to be going to Heaven when we die.

I was under the age of 10 when I was socialized (i.e., forced through years of brainwashing) to believe that these three gods-in-one are the basis of The One True Church. In comparison, all other religions are known to be “fake news” but we didn’t have the gall to use that sorry phrase back in the 1950s which Trump (who is older than me) believes was the sole time that American was, indeed, what he calls “great.” What Trump means, of course, is there once was at that time in these United States that had far less of cultural impact of black people as well as people from Central America. Those days are gone forever and cannot be ushered back by anyone.

I was born and raised in California. There I met many black people and people from Mexico, specifically. So, because of my upbringing in California, I naturally have a died-in-the-wool suspicion of people (like Trump) who were born in New York City. Nor do I accept the lies I’ve been sold about black people and people from Mexico.

I learned to think for myself. I learned to evaluate people based on the content of their character rather than the color of their skin or their country of origin.

Happily for me, over the decades I have met many wonderful people who were born in New York City who someone did NOT turn out to be chiefly arrogant and aggressive but lack sufficient content of character as do Trump and all his offspring.

My writing and my 3D digital art, and, especially Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside are, taken together, intended as a celebration for those of you out there who think for yourselves and who have learned the secret of evaluating people for their content of their character. But, who am I? Well, the honest truth is: I am a white gay male atheist over the age of 65 who was born in the leftist state of California.

Readers’ Reviews

If you’re looking for something really different in sci-fi erotica, there’s nothing quite so unique as the writings of Madeira Desouza. In his latest novella, Desouza takes us on a wild roller coaster ride with a group of moon-based time travelers who embark on a series of missions to change Earth’s past. Building on the memorable characters and plots from his previous successes, Desouza enhances his unpredictable yet brilliant writing with all-new, original illustrations created just for this volume. The story is a stunner, the artwork is a surprise with the overall effect being lustful, fiery, shocking and hilarious. Politically correct it isn’t but for fans of either genre it’s a journey you won’t want to miss! [Amazon.com review of 2012 edition no longer available]

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Time travel is one of the most interesting and rich themes in science-fiction. It offers so many variations for dealing with paradoxes and inconsistencies that arise from changing the past. Madeira Desouza’s gay erotic tale of time-traveling agents raises a question I have never seen posed before: how do time travelers cope with the changes that have been wrought in their home world by their efforts to fix problems in the past. MMDI—which is both the title of the book and a play on the acronym for the agency—suggests the agents will have to be effectively brainwashed upon their return so that they are not traumatized by the consequences of their actions. So then, what if an agent can’t forget?

This book is occasionally delightfully sexy. But the most intriguing parts of the story are the occasional recurrences where events are repeated with slight changes because the protagonist Time Travel Agent goes back and tries to change outcomes. The sexiness is fun, but the time travel is mind-boggling in just the way a good science fiction novel can be entrancing and satisfying. [Amazon.com review of 2010 edition no longer available]

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It’s a courageous step. Gay science fiction can be a very hard sell indeed, which is why too little of it is published (that is, gay science fiction as distinct from the oceans of erotica being churned out by the m/m e-presses, most of which is barely recognizable as science fiction, and much more easily identified as erotica with futuristic props and set dressing!) [2011 review]

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This is definitely not your “normal” read. I think that if you are a GLBT Doctor Who or Torchwood fan you might be more inclined to find this an interesting read as I did. It’s been a couple of days since I’ve finished reading it and I’m still processing the story.

This is a huge eBook and it contains all the Madeira Desouza novellas together in one bundle. I’d like to read more of his novels.

Thank you for an interesting read, Madeira Desouza! [2013 review]

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I read Moon Men Deep Inside and it really was an exciting ride. I have no other way to describe it but a “ride.” The pace of the book was superb. I would be moving along and then “bam!” the unexpected would happen.

Your ability to weave the multi-timeline plot was impressive. I continuously found myself being surprised by events.

I must admit, the first chapter made me a bit nervous. I thought the book was going to take the direction of straight-up erotica with no real story or depth behind it. Boy was I wrong! [2012 review]

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Reviews

Reviews

 
The storyteller and artist, Madeira Desouza, will give you a FREE copy of all five eBooks in an unboxed set if you will agree to write a review. Contact him by email at desouza3d@gmail.com.


In almost everything you read, you find which character you would be, and with the books you really love, you can cast everyone in your life as someone in the novel. Surprisingly this book was no different for me. I binge-read this book until I could finish the whole thing, staying up late nights and avoiding sleep because you just couldn’t put it down. A must read because you will get deeply invested in the lives of the character, and you will feel like you know them. [November 2017 review posted on Amazon.com.]

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BAJA CLAVIUS is more than out of this world – it evades comparison. Our protagonist Ted Avila is a former military man commissioned to become a top-secret time travel agent on a lunar base nicknamed “Moon Men Deep Inside” located beneath the crater Clavius. His mission is to repair timelines in the past to save humanity by employing his insatiable carnal appetite and penchant for domination.

Along the way, the incredibly virile Ted becomes sexually involved with many buff, muscle-bound men on Earth, all in conflicting timelines. Vincent Wauneka – Ted’s oft-partner in both vocation and lust – is typically along for the very bumpy and murderous ride. But it’s not all as easy for Ted as simply following his lascivious instincts. He can remember multiple timelines even after changing them, creating a psychic cacophony peppered with perceived memory loss, flashbacks, experiential repetition, and a colorful array of cognitive dissonance.

And there’s a lot more going on: Wild West execution-style hangings, kinky voyeurism, international drug trafficking, telepathic erotic mind control, alien meddling in DNA and more. This can make for sometimes confusing leaps in plot, time, and sequences of action, perhaps as a nod to the protagonist’s bouts of amnesia. However, for the reader it can make for a baffling, groundless context.

Author Madeira Desouza created the most recent edition of BAJA CLAVIUS thanks to robust reader feedback and crowdsourcing. This seems to lead to a bit of stylistic and formatting disorientation in the story. It might also account for the series of copyediting errors throughout.

Where BAJA CLAVIUS shines is in its description of the natural world, invoking the Southwest postcard nostalgia of jagged rocks, the neon lights of garish casinos, lonely highways, and the bleak, unforgiving desert. Desouza also offers esoteric and compelling scenes of action. Indeed, the story insists that, like the characters, the reader reluctantly disrupt any expectations of space and time. This makes for a worthwhile examination of action and consequence.

It’s important to note BAJA CLAVIUS espouses the bara genre, a Japanese underground art form known for sex among adult men. Still, even outside of this community, the rugged, rough-hewn intensity of Desouza’s work bears merit. Niche queer fetish escapades collide with clandestine cowboy missions from the moon in BAJA CLAVIUS. While this oftentimes violent and sprawling sci-fi thriller is not for everyone, it offers compelling imagery and curious insights into a boundless universe. [IndieReader.com review of early 2017 version, not the corrected version now available]

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If you’re looking for something really different in sci-fi erotica, there’s nothing quite so unique as the writings of Madeira Desouza. In his latest novella, Desouza takes us on a wild roller coaster ride with a group of moon-based time travelers who embark on a series of missions to change Earth’s past. Building on the memorable characters and plots from his previous successes, Desouza enhances his unpredictable yet brilliant writing with all-new, original illustrations created just for this volume. The story is a stunner, the artwork is a surprise with the overall effect being lustful, fiery, shocking and hilarious. Politically correct it isn’t but for fans of either genre it’s a journey you won’t want to miss! [Amazon.com review of 2012 edition no longer available]

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Time travel is one of the most interesting and rich themes in science-fiction. It offers so many variations for dealing with paradoxes and inconsistencies that arise from changing the past. Madeira Desouza’s gay erotic tale of time-traveling agents raises a question I have never seen posed before: how do time travelers cope with the changes that have been wrought in their home world by their efforts to fix problems in the past. MMDI—which is both the title of the book and a play on the acronym for the agency—suggests the agents will have to be effectively brainwashed upon their return so that they are not traumatized by the consequences of their actions. So then, what if an agent can’t forget?

This book is occasionally delightfully sexy. But the most intriguing parts of the story are the occasional recurrences where events are repeated with slight changes because the protagonist Time Travel Agent goes back and tries to change outcomes. The sexiness is fun, but the time travel is mind-boggling in just the way a good science fiction novel can be entrancing and satisfying. [Amazon.com review of 2010 edition no longer available]

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It’s a courageous step. Gay science fiction can be a very hard sell indeed, which is why too little of it is published (that is, gay science fiction as distinct from the oceans of erotica being churned out by the m/m e-presses, most of which is barely recognizable as science fiction, and much more easily identified as erotica with futuristic props and set dressing!) [2011 review]

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This is definitely not your “normal” read. I think that if you are a GLBT Doctor Who or Torchwood fan you might be more inclined to find this an interesting read as I did. It’s been a couple of days since I’ve finished reading it and I’m still processing the story.

This is a huge eBook and it contains all the Madeira Desouza novellas together in one bundle. I’d like to read more of his novels.

Thank you for an interesting read, Madeira Desouza! [2013 review]

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I read Moon Men Deep Inside and it really was an exciting ride. I have no other way to describe it but a “ride.” The pace of the book was superb. I would be moving along and then “bam!” the unexpected would happen.

Your ability to weave the multi-timeline plot was impressive. I continuously found myself being surprised by events.

I must admit, the first chapter made me a bit nervous. I thought the book was going to take the direction of straight-up erotica with no real story or depth behind it. Boy was I wrong! [2012 review]

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