Gods and Man

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  My life is ending. My love, Curiosity and I are running through a forest. We are being hunted, I am not sure why but we are. Alas a river, and to my left I see a ledge. I will die by my own hand before I let them kill me. I jump down a 100 yard waterfall! I am falling! I am losing consciousness, and suddenly white is all I see white noise is all I hear. I am alone, and this is the last memory of my life. 

         A new day has come I find myself in a place not like anything I have ever seen or felt before. I am here yet I am not. I have a place to be but i am not sure as to why. I am heading towards my destination, because my instincts tell me to. First down a long road i go and next up a gigantic mountain. My long journey is over yet only took moments at the same time. I am now at my dwelling. There is a small plaque that is inscribed with the words REGIA MORTUORUM. Time stands still.

 

       Im not sure why I still remember all of this, or if its another mistake by writing this all down for someone to find one day. I have already messed things up enough hopefully when you read this it will help set things right. 

 

       What I find inside is not what  would of expected to find. I do realize that my physical life is over. This place isn't exactly the hanging gardens as I had expected. As I enter the building I find a waiting room with other beings that aren't man nor beast they are just a form of matter. I assume I am also like this for I do not remember if I am man or woman. Adult or a child. I am just one. Adjacent to the waiting room are several other rooms. From what I can see on of them, a judgment room with a movie theater. The others  laboratories of some sort.  I am told to go into the theater and it is time for me to be evaluated. 

 

 After my life evaluation my destiny is laid out on the stars. All the answers were told  by the whisper of the trees and the memory of the water. The supreme being decides its back to earth with me to try again but not just yet. I am to stay here for some time, and learn.

 

     Eventually I am exposed to some of the secrets of the universe. I learn that currently I am in a different galaxy unknown to mankind. Although my physical body was left behind in the river a part of me was brought here with a  light powered by the natural elements of  mother earth. There is more than what meets the eye in my physical world. My world is just a micro organism compared to theirs. I found time and space is undefined and unfortunately no one can know the true answer because then we would cease to exist. Some of the laboratories that were adjacent to the waiting room were also what they called "In Quantumus Cella'. This is where most  technology came from for gods and mankind alike. Ultimately we are one, only my world is much smaller than theirs. They also were recording the memory of water, how plants listen, and how to protect the secrets of the universe.

 

   The whole point of the sorting process was to create a perfect world. A heaven on earth more or less. This has been going on since the beginning of time, and they are continuing to perfect the system. If you were a saint you carry on to the next stage. If you still have life lessons to learn you return back to earth. Evolution is a part of this process as Well

 

      Time comes to pass to return back to the physical world Earth. I am now waiting on the celestial body of departure here I find Curiosity, my long lost love. We run amok and love every moment of it. We were so happy. Although I have no memory of our life together we both know we are soul-mates, but now the time has come to live again. Two options are given to me, none of which includes Curiosity. When things are all set to go but I feel i can not live life without my one true  love. In the last moments I remove myself from my place and I choose a spot next to Curiosity, with this we will know our paths will cross in life once again. We ascend back to earth across the astral plane. 

 

     I still have the memory of the last moments of a life long past, or else i wouldn't be writing this for someone to find. Currently the world around me as I know it is crumbling. Quite swiftly in a downward spiral. Curiosity is here but is not close. How could I of been so selfish. The natural order of things has been disrupted. I look at the world around me at all the pain the fear and the doubt, and start to remember what life was all about. 

About the Author: 
Not much to say about me except I like to write. Poems stories, letters, you name it. I took my own beliefs, dreams, and thoughts that is how my little story was born The reference to the water having a memory inspired by Masaru Emoto an energy scholar in Japan.

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