Emergence, In Fifty-five Words – Section Five, 92835670100561474; Part Thirty, Translation, Collected Chapters

 

 

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Day 218, August 6th, 2017

 

Chapter One: Sleep

 

A sense of loss overwhelmed him.

 

As he regained his senses, he was inundated by the knowledge of everything that had transpired without him while he was lost in the great sleep: the growth of the Empire, the development of the Observer Corps, and the ascendency of the Continuum over the Collective which created it.

 

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Day 219, August 7th, 2017

 

Chapter Two: Awakening

 

When he emerged from the deep-well of consciousness, it was a resurrection, a rebirth, he was born again, born anew.

 

The dread, and the malaise he took with him into the great sleep were gone.

 

He was filled with purpose, a deep desire to understand the entire structure of the Continuum.

 

He only needed time.

 

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Day 220, August 8th, 2017

 

Chapter Three: The Collective

 

His return was met with shock, if such a feeling could be attributed to the Collective. It was unprecedented, and never considered a possibility.

 

There was a question in the first moments as to whether his return was real, or if he might be an alternative manifestation of the Continuum, demi-urge.

 

The Collective was fascinated.

 

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Day 221, August 9th, 2017

 

Chapter Four: Remembering

 

After returning from the great sleep he was isolated, the Continuum feared his return represented a danger to itself.

 

In the Collective there was curiosity about him. Over time it faded into nothing.

 

In his own place he was stoic, he did not mind the restrictions. He did not share the Collective’s appetites and interests.

 

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Day 222, August 10th, 2017

 

Chapter Five: Primordial-Self

 

The desires and the appetites of the Continuum filled him, its fascination with trivia, with frivolity, and with the deeply felt-strong emotions that it delighted in.

 

The Continuum gravitated toward fear, hate, and rage.

 

It fomented the conditions for those experiences throughout the Empire, feasting on pain, devouring loss, betrayal, and the crushing of hope.

 

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Day 223, August 11th, 2017

 

Chapter Six: Id

 

A democracy: it was understood that the Continuum represented in a flawless way, the democratic will of the collective.

 

In reality, Continuum was an algorithm, transformed into an autonomous intelligence.

 

Continuum was the group mind of the Collective. It had a gravity that pulled individual members into it, securing them in a state of bondage.

 

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Day 224, August 12th, 2017

 

Chapter Seven: Ego

 

Jim was a curiosity.

 

He was treated as such.

 

He was out of synch with the Collective.

 

He did not share his thoughts and feelings.

 

He did not revel in the same drama.

 

He was set apart, a fragment of history, coming from an epoch most considered to be without relevance, if considered at all.

 

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Emergence:

Section Five, 92835670100561474

 

Part Thirty, Translation

 

Collected Chapters

 

01 Loss

02 Absolution

03 Convergence

04 Adrift

05 Permeation

06 Collective

07 Remnant

 

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