posted on Jul, 16 2015 @ 07:02 PM
I looked around the cave and realized that Jala and Mahdi were finishing up lunch. Wait, what? How could they be finishing up lunch? Jala hadn’t
even finished making it yet! I turned to walk over to where they were sitting and about landed on my butt. What is going on here?
Although they were a good distance away, I covered the space with only a few steps. I felt like my feet were flying across the stone floor.
“Mahdi, what have you done to me?” I tried to ask but instead my voice seemed to echo and reverberate into and off of everything around me.
“Stop, Martin!” Mahdi cried jumping up and holding his head. “You must stop or you will kill any creature within 20 miles of here!”
I clamped both hands across my mouth to stop the crazy sounds that it seemed to be making. As I stood there staring at Mahdi and Jala, both seemed to
be cowering in fear. I turned around because I wanted to distance myself from them before I could do any more harm. I ran forward, blinded by the
tears silently streaming down my face, and bumped into the corner of a large boulder. I had misjudged the irregular pieces of rock that protruded the
stone walls. The entire piece that was jutting out broke off and went flying down the tunnel before finally resting on its side. I just stopped
right where I was so as not to do any more damage. What had happened in the missing time that I don’t remember? What has the necklace done to
Mahdi had finally caught up with me and slowly approached holding a single finger to his lips. As if I didn’t know. “Martin, Accesia has
welcomed you. There is still a great battle going on here, an endless battle of good and evil. Someone sent you and your friends from The Shed to
help in this battle. Whoever that is has left you a magical gift. It will become very useful to you along our journey and you must guard over
Mahdi headed back towards Jala and motioned me to follow. Just as we were reaching the opening he turned and shook his finger at me, “But first you
must learn to harness the energy or you will kill us all with your new strengths!”
As if this was my fault. As if I chose for this to happen. Putting the necklace on and keeping it on had been his idea. He could have explained the
rules ahead of time and things would have been a lot easier. Of course I can’t say this so I simply cross my arms, roll my eyes, and “Hmpf”;
which now produces enough wind to knock the hat off of the man walking in front of you.