Merlin & The Science (Part Six)
By Justin Suchley
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Published: April 11, 2012
Words: 20,073 (approximate)
Journey of the paranormal set in England during the winter of 2004 - 2005. Part Six of Merlin & The Science takes us to Silbury Hill, and the early hours of December the 26th 2004; when the gigantic phosphorescent form of a Trident (known in Greek mythology as the weapon of Poseidon, the sea god) surges up from the old hill's famously flattened summit. Also reveals why Silbury Hill was created.
This is my story. I'm not Merlin. But it seems that something is. Am I insane? Did it really show me a great 'Science' that would save the world? Or was it all a mad chase that would serve only to destroy my life? But I did see so many things. Everything I saw. Goddesses. Holy Grails. A giant sword of power rising from a huge stone. An incredible Being of Light. I was told to go to all of the great places. So I went where I was told... By something I could see only in dreams... And waking visions... Or that I could talk to by using a bent piece of copper rod only. Am I crazy? Have I gone insane? But when I went where I was told amazing things did happen. Even earthquakes happened sometimes. And now? Now the great revolutions are happening. Exactly like I was told they would. And all because of this 'Science' that something that is Merlin showed me. Hear my story.
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