Sci Fi E Book 13th Instalment

Bullai explained that there were twenty-five thousand humans in Australia so all the pets who wanted a home would find homes.

“Just take those that are drawn to you and vice a versa.”

‘Taking them back you will have to create a simulacrum for them and  assist them to transfer their physical bodies to this: Animals learn quickly and will assist with this: ‘

‘All you have to do is visualize where you live:

Just don’t get the pet roos mixed up with James!’

All were laughing!

Back at camp. Even though the new arrivals were mostly carnivores and predators they communicated to those who could understand that they would like to eat what the humans were eating until such time as they were allowed to hunt.

The main building was finished with solar panels on the roof and a door made from a couple of the replaced humpies in only a few weeks. Everyone had worked toward this and they deemed it time for a celebration.

There wasn’t any wine yet but there was cannabis.                                                                                            They made a vegetable stew.

Len played guitar (which had been part of his personal items saved by Arawn)

Many got up and danced.

Christine suggested that although the sabbats of their Wiccan tradition didn’t fit the Southern hemisphere, they could still celebrate the full moon  and the equinoxes and solstices?

“Only if you wish?”

Her husband and high priest answered, “Any excuse for a party!”

”I wasn’t asking you. I was asking the others of our commune.”

After some discussion, it was agreed that those who wanted to celebrate full moons and sabbats would and those that didn’t wish to at the time would abstain.

“Well that was easy and makes sense. “said Christopher.

The commune was getting into a rhythm or pattern where although nothing was said or organised some days they would all eat together in the main building. Other days they would eat separately and at different times as suited the work they were doing.

They were still making bricks for the individual homes.

The day came soon when they had electricity.

There was tea growing and coffee.

None was ready for harvest but they did have stocks of each saved from their “last” life thanks to Kunapipi’s request.

The first thing Kunapipi/Anne did was boil the urn: they had been using a “billy” which they would continue to use but the urn held six litres.

Robert turned on the computer to see what was on the hard drive while his brother looked through DVDs, along with several others, to see what they could watch on the TV. As many people, as could fit and see clearly stood behind Robert.

” So, no partying today?” joked Christopher.

While the small group were all together again Elsie asked if Kunapipi knew who had survived overseas.

‘Fifteen thousand in the U S of A and twenty thousand in Canada:  three thousand in New Zealand and five thousand in the UK’

‘Try to sense if those you are looking for survived.

Just see if you can sense/feel a link?  Smiling –  if you accidentally translocate to them at least you can get back.’

” We can do that! “said Elsie.

Elsie and George feeling confident of their ability to translocate, tried to sense relatives in what had been the UK. Once they made a connection, they announced that they were visiting the “UK” but would be back.

And they were gone.

Paul laughing said, “I imagine that I will soon get used to people just popping out.”

‘You can use the same technique to travel backwards or forwards through time if you wish.’ said Kunapipi!

‘Time is just a dimension!’

“So, is there karma, if we attempt revenge on horrible people from the past?” Asked Robert.



To be continued: