Monte Cristo 7 and Going To The Moon
September 19 Edition
The Cathedral of Monte Cristo
"Well?" asked the boy.
"Truth is," Tonying said sheepishly, “it…burned down last…But everyone will tell you it was an accident!
“What about the man who was living there?”
"No one has seen him yet!"
"But he has a servant, a hunchback, who goes to town for supplies," said Andong. “His corpse has been found. There was only one.”
"Crisostomo, I think you should know," said Benjamin. "One of the young men that's been found drained of blood…"
Crisostomo looked away at the distant mountains, feeling a stab of pain, knowing already what his uncle was about to say.
"What about it?" he managed to say.
"That was Agapito," Benjamin sighed. "Your childhood friend..."
To Be Continued Next Saturday
Going To The Moon
March 21, 2015, Saturday
If I were to live in the moon, I would welcome the silence and my soul would find strength in solitude.
I'm talking about the side always facing the earth. The moon does not rotate so a lot of astronomers are not even aware of the nonhuman civilization on the other side. The clairvoyant Ingo Swann and some of the other psychics from the U.S. and Russian intelligence agencies had seen those sentient beings.
I was asked by a friend about what book will I bring if I were stuck in the moon. On my short list is Far Journeys, Robert Monroe's memoir about his out-of-body experiences. I found a rare copy of that classic by some intuitive flash earlier this week. I've already read it twice in the last three days.
Then I asked my friend a question: what you do if you had no book, no DVD, no games and no Internet? He seemed shocked. I guess most people cannot even imagine life without outside stimulus. They would have no "fun."
Robert Monroe On Out Of Body Experiences
Ingo Swann On Remote Viewing
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