Communists in Outer Space

The Buzludzha Files: De-classified! An ‘Atom’ is 99.999999% (recurring) empty space. if we removed all of the empty space from within the human body, our entire species, that is to say, every person on earth would now be no bigger in size than that of a single sugar cube Isabella Davies PhD is a pseudonym of British singer/songwriter: Jonathan R, P. Taylor. More

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Isabella’s madness, her decent into chaos, has, as many a mortal genius would agree, given us a work of wonder. For Communists in Outer Space is so much more than a generic study of quantum or astrophysics. It is a work of pure genius, of absolute splendour, the truth is examined in magnitude. Produced whilst held in captivity, who are we to say what is fiction or what is fact? What matters is that for Isabella, here lies ‘her’ truth. A truth that has inevitably cost her dearly. History is filled with those who give accounts of divine experience, a Holiness unexplained. The Prophets Mohammed (peace be upon him), Jesus and Moses, and countless others have all heard the Devine word of instruction, as I Gabriela too. But here, in Isabella’s own account we learn for the first time of new, undiscovered Prophets - those of the Socialists.
Having completed her Ph.D, ‘Pyschopic Husbandry’, it may be argued that further studies into time and space travel, or telepathy and telekinesis was inevitable? Constraints and restrictions cannot be put onto the young enquiring scientists mind – for her mind was opened and it received – But what had it received? For here within her text, the history of Socialism is now completely re-written, the Godless Communist is now given faith – a faith and belief that their own determination to conquer destroyed. Are there Communists out there in outer-space? Are their dead souls trapped within the walls of Buzludzha? Here Isabella answers that question.

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