Friday, February 8, 2008

Event Horizon

As the sun set in the West a thin and fragile crescent moon hovered in sub-atomic space. The blue-white horizon held the thin line of silver in its orbit as the earth rotated in a new field of space beyond time. How can a human being fail to see this event horizon?

The pale blue horizon faded into a darker space of deep dark indigo-blue. Silver stars began to appear in the sky above the small field. A silver disk flashed overhead, and the future shimmered for a moment in the sky beyond the horizon we see each evening.

The tall T^Traveller appeared within the oval energy vortex superimposed above the newly ploughed wheatfield. The sun had set below the horizon and the surrounding air was cold and damp. "Never take the world around you for granted, always observe your surroundings, the quality of the air, the light and the atmosphere. Be aware of the world you inhabit. Observe it. Be part of its mystery."