How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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An email I recieved...

This was from Apples:

It has come to me. A sense of impending doom has drawn down upon me. It crawls in the night it feeds on fear and loathing. It is coming. I don't know what it is, but it is coming. Sean, myself and now Becky. We are watched. It looks over us at night takes note when we silently scream in our sleep. No spell keeps it out, no chant puts it at bay. I want to say it started only days ago, but when I think of it it has been affecting me for the past year. It has created doubt, fear and unrest in my mind and heart. I have questioned things that I should trust. It is coming and it will stop for no one. This revelation comes to me not in a dream but in the waking moments before you regain conciousness. I feel it staring. It scares the hell out of me. I've never felt more terror in my life. And there is only one thing that sticks even in daylight. The nagging feeling that we will lose. One more thing; this is going to take a hell of a lot mre than a full circle. We are not part of what is happening ... however we are involved because we feel it. Something must be done about it. Jeremy, you once said that you were destined to lead and army. I feel that army is about to be formed. Something must be done but what do we do? I can't even decribe it let alone plot against it. Are you up to it? Are we all? If so start gathering. Talk to people that are sensitive. Find the connections to witches, pagans, or any magikal folk you can. We are going to need help ....

Very scared,
Apples


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