Saturday, 31 May 2014

The Path of Destiny

The Path of Destiny

Excerpt from Chronicles of Han Storm: Book 3
"        Racewater sat staring at me a while longer before making up his mind to ask me a question outright. "I know you are busy with a lot of things at any given moment in our perceived time, but may I ask, what do you see, what do you perceive?"
        My throat started closing up and my heart-rate immediately increased.
        "In what regard?" I wanted to know, feeling the Hand of Destiny being lowered upon my shoulders, Duek closing in with his icy clasp around me, isolating me from the world.
        Racewater did not back down, he did back up though, standing up and stepping away from me to get out of my Dark Guardian's overwhelmingly cold reach.
        "We are on the subject of Universal work, nothing to do with Creatans. I wish to know if you know where we are going on a Universal scale."

        Duek confirmed that it was a legitimate question and that I was allowed to answer Racewater.    "


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Sunday, 18 May 2014

New Missions Looming

New Missions Looming

Excerpt from Chronicles of Han Storm, Taming Encha, Book 3:
"      If I had ever felt removed, separated, alienated from the human species, my people surrounding me, it was at this very moment.
        I looked over at Jade, so beautiful and vibrant with life growing within her, and I felt as ancient as only Madge made me feel.
        I have taken many forms of life. I have loved many entities before. I still love those that were very special to me and I remembered their essence, their faces, their history as of yesterday.
        I have served in so many places. I wished to serve in so many more. I knew I would carry on indefinitely, infinitely, until The Creator deemed me redundant and made me one with Him again.

        Jade handed me comfortable civilian clothes, asking me to hurry up for James wished to see me urgently.
        The CMC had wasted a significant amount of time waiting for me to adjust to my new form and vibrational levels. They wished to know where they stood with me.

        Sighing, I followed her out to my common room that had been turned into an emergency command post.       "


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Monday, 12 May 2014

Self blame of a Soldier

The Han Storm Files: Self blame of a Soldier

(Location: Duback, Base Zero)
   I am perplexed. Rogge had come upon recording discs from the Astral Walkers that had served with Han Storm in the Enchan Wars. Included was a whole box full of disks from my very own forebear, Roland 'Slick' Hawks.
   Rogge had re-recorded some of these for me to play on my Q40. She said that it would be best for me to watch it in private and then hand it back to her to transcribe if I so wished.
   The disturbing thing is that I seem to have memory of these events, of the very private happenings Slick had talked about. How can someone seem to have knowledge of events that happened more than 500 years ago?
   If any of my readers could maybe have an explanation of why all of this feels so very familiar, please leave a message at my private line at the New Haven News, New Haven, Creata. It will be forwarded to me here on Duback.   
   Investigative Reporter R. Hawks, New Haven News.

Recording: Astral Walker Roland 'Slick' Hawks:
   Hawks seems haggard, his eyes swollen and red, tears glistening within.
   "We lost Quill" he stated into the recording device, wiping at his eyes with a brown sleeve. " We . . . (sniff) . . . we were still connected when he passed over."
   (Sigh with extended exhale).
   "Quill came to me in Astral, to warn me of the attack right inside the Portal Camp. I panicked and could not get into my body to shut the crio-chamber down, to warn my AWA."
   (Wiping hands through long sandy-red hair before focussing on the screen, a serious expression replacing the one of anguish.)
   "Han went mad. Really, totally off his rocker. Canning said he had never heard of such a thing as what Han had done. It was horrible.
   (Look away, look back at screen).
   I spoke to Racewater. Han is under observation in Hulo's tent at the moment. He had guarded over Quill's body through the night, only allowing Hulo into the tent this morning.
   The worst thing that can happen to a telepath is to lose a telepathic connection.
   It is bad enough that I . . . we . . . have lost a brother; a beloved companion; an Astral Walker.
   Racewater said that Han had killed at least four Lizards and the last count I had received on the slain Cannibals was forty-five.
   I guess that just about evens out the total killed on both sides.
   War. I was not aware that the situation would become full blown war.
   I have lost my brother. It was my fault (sniff) . . .
   It IS my fault . . .
End of recording.


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Sunday, 4 May 2014

Beating Death - Guiding Them Home

Extract from The Chronicles of Han Storm: Short Stories: Guiding them home

Beating Death

       I watched the young mother where she was lying on her death-bed, readying herself to leave this life.
       I was here on request from a friend, to educate and hopefully be able to train this individual in the art of Astral Travel, or conscious out of body experiences.
       "Tell me what you experience when you leave your body, when you travel around as I have heard told of?" she wanted to know from me.
       "Why do you wish to know this? Why do you want to be trained in this experience? What purpose will this serve?" I asked.
       "If I can Astral Travel, I would have beaten Death, KNOWING that there is life beyond death and the Soul-Spirit is eternal. I would be able to give up this body and move on to different experiences without regret."
       She watched me expectantly.
       "You had been for Regression" I wanted to confirm.
       "Yes. What I had experienced in the hypnotherapy session was an unsatisfactory life where I was a woman without ambition or drive. I had no reason to work for I was provided for handsomely by my family and husband. It felt as if I just existed.
       And now I am feeling the same feeling as in that session. I have no reason to live. There is no challenge in my life at all.
       Still, I fear Death, even though I believe that there is life after Death."
                We started with her education . . .

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