In the Thrall of the Mountain Thing

All gardens are cosmic (relying on Helios for warmth, while many gardener’s refer to an almanac for the lunar cycles when planting). Ours is especially so because it is at the top of a village which is itself at the top of a mountain, so that the cosmic rays are less mitigated than those nearer sea-level. The soil is particularly fine, friable and therefore full of molecular space. Which is probably why we had some unexpected visitors coinciding with the clocks going forward. As a result of a concomitant power-outage and gravity field diminution, the video recorder failed to operate and only still images were obtained. Still, these were pretty impressive, as you can see.

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The view from our garden yesterday evening
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This is what landed
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This is what emerged

GLYN F RIDGLEY

Valley Independent Publishing / Daffodil (VIP)

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This is the lasered image we witnessed.
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This was the High Priestess

GLYN F RIDGLEY

Valley Independent Publishing / Daffodil (VIP)

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And this appeared in the sky!

We are now in lockdown and these images are our only communication

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