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« on: August 22, 2012, 10:47:28 »

Hi All,
I decided after some thought that a re-visitation to the badlands was in order. The specifics were to get involved in a nightmare situation and resolve the many issues therein. On the list were giant wasps, bees and a myriad of spiders, all of whichwere quite unsavory. The aim was to cross the badlands some 4 miles of whatever  was in my way. Flight wasn't an option nor generating a super weapon.
Quite a challenge I thought.
I created a blackness with a flat plain to place trees rivers etc. I darkened the sky to prevent distant vision and was thinking what to place as obstacles on the plain. Doing a good rendition of a 12" wasp I was being watched, by who or what I'd no idea, they were very well hidden. Not being my creation it must have stumbled here somehow. This perturbed me as its a private scene and not recommended for joy.
The next thing a feeling of why and stop came to me. Before I could think I was removed from this construct and placed into a beautiful scene of hot sunshine, long grass with butterflies and a stream. Immensely beautiful, and told to rest.
I got booted out of my own creation. Someone in the wider reality must be omnipresent or the place I was making caused concern in some way.
Ill stay meek for a while, its probably a good idea.
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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2012, 17:17:47 »

are you referring to the badlands of the midwest? or some place you entirely made up?
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« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2012, 18:28:17 »

Hi,
Its a construct that I made up, an alternate reality that I got trapped in when very young. I mastered it eventually and this took years to do. Now being far more developed I thought a revisit this time, similar scenery with what I now know. The idea was to remove any fears left if any. Its not the best way but its definately the quickest way to put things to bed.
It seems that my idea was unnecessary as the booting out occurred.
The badlands are what I named these places way back. Many nights of not wanting to fall asleep. Its all over and now I can create places far better now.
I'll not be so ambitious next time...
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