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A Brief Introduction To Transference

The feeling of it is what remains with you. After it is all over, and life appears to return to it’s normalcy, your skin retains a feeling of being touched. Technically, there is no feeling present but, nevertheless, you still feel something. A sort of phantom, invisible after-glow; a sensation much akin to the feeling one gets after finishing a good book, only stronger. The electric touch of passing through the invisible keeps you entrained within the field, even if only for a moment.

The dark field, the invisible, moves all around us, all throughout space. It bends and melds around us, and more importantly, within us. When you learn to understand it, to accept it’s presence, it reacts. All quantum energy changes when we interact with it, it adapts to our very presence (whether physical or metaphysical). So why not use it to do our bidding? Particles on the quantum level can exist at any time, in any place, simultaneously appearing in multiple places at once. It only takes the right thought, the right concentration and the right state of mind to let you manipulate the quantum level into working together, and taking you along for the ride.

It has been said that with enough concentration, a person can literally change the structure of water so that when frozen, the ice crystals take on different shapes. This is the equivalent of looking at a door from the outside. To step through the door, and to see what is on the other side, you must learn to not focus on what surrounds you, but rather, what composes you. First, you must understand how you are composed. It is impressive to move yourself through time-space by will alone, but to move yourself in the wrong order can be disastrous. Once you intricately know and understand your configuration, you can mitigate any effects of aging, hunger, thirst or any other bodily concerns simply by traveling. Each time you travel, your body will return to that same configuration. There is a risk of memory loss if the assembly does not take into account our current configuration. As such, some factors will always remain constant, while others are ever changing. We must always be aware of all the factors. The actual movement is an odd thing. It can happen instantaneously, or stretch out over thousands of years, but the arrival time remains constant. This is the choice of the traveler.

With the proper training, you can go anywhere and any time, all at once, in a fraction of a moment. There are risks, but with a knowledge and an understanding, you may step through the door and see what’s on the other side.



Down the hall

Arm outstretched, bunching the fabric of the curtain up in your hand. It squeezes through the fingers like putty in hand as the veil comes down. Behind the curtain lay a doorway, rising from the sand like some cruel obelisk, a testament of sorts. To this world, to these people, a testament to their audacity and desires. Still, there it sits; waiting for a hand to grace it with touch. Movement high above, in the sky, cautions those below to dwell on their actions; to consider the possible outcomes, even if just for a brief, fleeting moment. Yes, the crack in the sky pours out vapor like a split pipe. Cold metal dances shivers along skin as hinges divulge their secrets. Spiraled walls and a ceiling of intertwined, impossible geometry. A floor of wooden planks, stretching wall to wall, lined up perfectly as it runs the length. The end indeterminate, all things leading to a point. Is it a mile or a meter? For some reason, it seems as though there are bonfires burning…somewhere, nondescript and implacable heat waves seem to rise and then vanish, appearing elsewhere as if there were some great invisible cart being wheeled throughout the hall. Yet still, as with all tunnels and hallways, we are pulled inevitably towards the end. We may not see the end, or know of it’s existence, but part of us feels that all things end. So, we go forth. Down the hall.

Rainy Days

Recently I decided to start drawing again. I’m planning on doing a series of sketch style drawings that are heavily inspired by symbolism from Tarot. I’m going to incorporate in a lot of imagery that I have been inspired by from authors like Dan Simmons, Neil Gaiman as well as a few things from Stephen King’s Dark Tower series (which blends into the tarot imagery, as that’s what those books majorly focus around). I’m going to have a sort of “starry backdrop” made up in the sketches by using Sacred Geometry. It’s going to take me some time to make any serious progress on them, as, like I said before, I am just starting to draw again, but I will be posting any “final” sketches on here for everyone to enjoy and critique me on. Enjoy your rainy days, pretty soon they will be snow.