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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Emergence, In Fifty-five Words - Section Three, Earth; Part Fifteen, Observation, Collected Chapters




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A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 106, April 16th, 2017

Chapter One: The Paintings

The people drew pictures in the soil with sticks, mixed colors and painted, projecting images of the future on cave walls.

They carved their hopes, and fears into stones, and the faces of cliffs, the past also.

They depicted things no one living had ever seen, the memory of which they carried in their genes.

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Day 107, April 17th, 2017

Chapter Two: The Music

The music of the people, the drums they beat, the rhythms they made, they pushed the stories of each tribe, each family, deep into the memory of its members. It changed them on the genetic level, setting up successive generations to recall them, relive them, to transform those stories into a part of their being.

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Day 108, April 18th, 2017

Chapter Three: The Memory of Stars

Even before the eruption 72,000 years ago, the culture of these children of the Ancient race had devolved, falling from star-farer to cave dweller. Yet that culture retained a faint memory of its ancestry. through the stories they told and the engrams of memory encoded in their cells.

It was precious little to build on.

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Day 109, April 19th, 2017

Chapter Four: Mutation

During their sojourn to Earth, the children of the Ancients determined what their physical needs would be before they arrived at their home.

They began to mutate their DNA, altering their genetic structure, allowing them to inhabit, and thrive on the wet-blue world.

Destination Earth, it was their last hope for a home and haven.

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Day 110, April 20th, 2017

Chapter Five: The New Gene

Change begets change.

The Ancient spacefarers became humanity. Their ages-long sojourn across the galaxy had already caused them to modify their physical form in significant ways, long before they arrived on Earth.

They survived by mutation, and now their genes converged with the native life of Earth.

They became a new people; stronger, better, faster.

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Day 111, April 21st, 2017

Chapter Six: Collective Consciousness

With subtle interventions from the Observer the human brain slowly mutated.

Receptors emerged in the organic structure, attenuating the higher order thought processes to the Earth’s magnetic fields.

It established synergy between every human being alive, turning the entire planet into a field for cognitive development.

In this way humanity became connected, through the nous-sphere.

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Day 112, April 22nd, 2017

Chapter Seven: Synergy

Few humans were aware of the collective consciousness, or that they lived within the dynamic nous-sphere.

Everyone was entangled in it.

It permeated all things, as it was coterminous with the Earth’s electromagnetic field.

It drove many humans into madness.

It required the advent of written language, and thousands of years to figure it out.

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Section Three, Earth

Part Fifteen, Observation

Collected Chapters

01 The Paintings
02 The Music
03 The Memory of Stars
04 Mutation
05 The New Gene
06 Collective Consciousness
07 Synergy

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