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Posted in graphic novel, tagged allegory, angels, Benny Thomas, breath, Cluster principle, effect, graphic novel, The Antler-men, the ghost runners, the Malvern Saga, thought, will on August 9, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
The Buck glowed with strange fires, and it followed with unerring sense the track of the doe. But in his wake rose up puffs of points of light with colors that struck the ravens with foreboding. It was not part of their calculation.
“What are they?” Null shrilled.
Knull said,” I am stumped. I guess these are spun off from all that energy the tree acquired in defining Space and Time. Nothing more we can do but watch how these develop?”
Null went blank and snapped out of its spell screaming “The Ghost Runners!”
Later he asked,” What put that thought into my mind?”
“It of course! But what worries me more than anything else, “Who is dead here anyway?”
Knull had reason to feel puzzled. ‘How can there be ghosts without death as a reality?’
Or were they angels, flames of fire spun out of Will (or Thought?)
The ghost runners were as incidental as humans transfer parasites evolved alongside through many cycles of their birth.
End of Prologue
With the ravens bustling about made the tree put out leaves green and tender, and it threw a mantle over the gnarled boughs that had the appearance of so many pikes shot out of its trunk. Null said, “ The Being said: “Space. What have you to say?”
In reply Knull rose upto the crown and spread his wings and Null also followed.
The two ravens said in unison: “Here we shall set boundary for the Cosmos.” They spread their wings apart touching each other only at the wing tips. Tightly locked they whirled around and around while the streams of stars and their moons were pulled into the force created by them.
It was terrible to see the Colossal tree all lit up and the leaves glowed, giving the spectral birds an indescribable aura.