That night a most curious event took place in the sky above Anchorage Alaska near the air base. The lights and the sirens awakened Kevin and he rubbed
his eyes clear and went to the window to see what the commotion was about. There in the sky not more than a few hundred feet up was a brightly glowing
object that seemed to be bobbing like a cork on the water but was flying in the air. It moved silently as far as Kevin could determine above the din
of the sirens from the base. There was no engine sound only a kind of hum which grew higher in pitch as the object changed its elevation. It was
glowing an orange on the bottom in what looked a lot like the aurora. This plasma made the ground glow underneath the object. The search lights from
the base were trying to get a fix on it but as soon as the lights would light up the object it would move a few hundred feet up or to one side or the
The entire episode lasted for no more than a few minutes and then the object which was clearly the classic flying saucer shape angled up at 45 degrees
and took off in a streak of light. It was out of view in less than 2 seconds. Kevin was feeling very strong emotions and his feeling of wonder was
more than he had ever experienced up to this point. This craft or flying machine he had seen was unlike any he had ever seen in the 9 years of his
life. The air force had no such technology that he had ever seen and it if was theirs they would not have been so obviously alarmed by its presence in
their air space.
This was a truly amazing sight. When he awoke later in the morning for breakfast and ran into the kitchen no one seemed to be aware of what had
happened. Kevin could of course listen to the thoughts of his family and he could tell that not one of them had been awakened as he was that previous
night. He found this confounding but decided to say nothing since none of his family had this common experience it would be very hard to share with
Kevin had been relocated to this remote place on Earth. He walked for miles on his own when his patents were at work and he was on his way back from
school. He loved the outdoors and was fascinated by nature. Kevin’s dad decided that it was time for Kevin to learn some of the truths of life.
First was that food was not something that came from the market. It was time to teach him of the cost of living. It cost the lives of other animals to
bring meat to their table. Kevin would learn that the cost of life was death to those unfortunate enough to be slow enough to take down in the hunt.
This was a lesson that would bring out a part of his character no one had seen before.
Kevin was taught to shoot a 22 caliber Marlin self reloading 7 shot rifle. It had a 9 power Tasco scope and had been zeroed by his father and was dead
on accurate. Kevin was going hunting for the first time and was very excited. His father taught him to squeeze the trigger and to exhale as he did. He
was taught to not think of the shot that would come but instead focus on keeping the rifle aimed at his target. He had learned to shoot targets very
well. Now it was time for the field and for his first hunt.
As Kevin and his father walked along the trail near the remote cabin on a small 80 acre tract of land his father had purchased near Sunshine Alaska
his father spotted a snowshoe rabbit. He called Kevin’s attention to it but Kevin did not see it since it was holding very still. Since Kevin did
not take the shot his father instead shot the rabbit with his 30 carbine. The rabbit was turned nearly inside out by the rifle bullet. What remained
barely was able to be cleaned and preserved for later eating. It went in his father’s game bag which hung on his back.
Kevin did not take any animals in this first time hunting. When they returned to camp his father went inside to clean the rabbit and young Kevin
stayed outside and practiced acquiring targets through his 22’s Tasco 9 power scope. Kevin saw a small bird enter into the camp and land in the tree
just outside of the cabin. He scoped in the small bird which was a common camp robber. Without much of a thought Kevin fired at the little bird and
killed it with a heart lung shot instantly. As the little bird fell to the ground his father emerged from the cabin to see what had happened. He saw
the little bird hit the ground near the base of the tree and ran up to congratulate Kevin on his excellent marksmanship.
Kevin was sort of proud at his father’s adoration. But then Gene turned to a different tone altogether. He said that Kevin must now dress and eat
the bird since a hunter never kills what he is not going to eat. Kevin looked down at the little bird and realized that he had killed it without a
thought of the consequences. He was crying and reached to pick up the bird as his father looked on and told him how to dress the bird for eating.
Kevin did not want to eat this little bird and cried and thought he wished that he had not shot the little creature and wished it was alive so he
would not have to eat it. As his tears of grief rolled down his cheeks and fell on the bird something very strange began to happen. The little camp
robber began to move. It seemed to be struggling to breath and then it stood in Kevin’s hands and shook itself off and flew away with a loud squeal
of surprise. Kevin was stunned but smiling. Gene was stunned but was not smiling but looking on in astonishment.
Kevin watched as the little bird landed in the tree, preened itself a bit and then took off into the winter sky. Gene was still in shock. He could see
from the position of the shot that Kevin had hit the little bird center mass from 30 feet away with a 43 grain hollow point 22 long rifle bullet.
There was no way in his mind that that dead bird could come back to life but he had to admit to himself that it did. Kevin thought nothing more of
this but being glad that the little bird had not died. His father was not so convinced.
The hunting trip was over and the man and his son went home to their little trailer just off base in Anchorage Alaska. They cooked and ate the little
snowshoe rabbit. The lesson was learned Gene supposed but he still felt perplexed at what had transpired that weekend in the woods with his son. Kevin
was growing up so fast. His life was only beginning but no one who knew Kevin could think of him as a normal little boy. There were things going on
with him that defied logic and reason.
Kevin was the next evening laying on the floor about 10 feet from the TV. They were enjoying that 67 Magnavox that Kevin had repaired and as they
watched a Star Trek episode young Kevin noticed that when he would quit focusing on the show and instead focus on his visions of other places while
looking through the TV that the picture would begin to flip out of horizontal control. When he would focus on the TV program or if he focused some
place else the TV would quit flipping. His father noticed the TV flipping and got up to adjust the antenna in hopes of getting a clearer picture. Just
as he got up Kevin focused his attention away from the TV. The TV stopped flipping and his father sat down again.
Kevin told his father that the TV would start to flip when he focused his attention through it to some place else. His father looked down at him and
said that this was none sense. There was no magic involved it was only interference or a weak TV signal that was responsible. Kevin again felt
slighted by his parent for not believing him when he was being honest. Kevin decided to play a game with his father, he focused his attention through
the TV and the screen began to flip. As his father rose up to go and adjust the antenna to clear the picture Kevin would focus his attention elsewhere
in the room. As soon as he did the picture came back to normal. He did this perhaps a dozen times until his father became frustrated and angry. Kevin
then could no longer contain himself and left the room and returned to his room to have a good laugh. His father just was far too rational to put 2
and 2 together in this instance.
Kevin was later that night to be transported out of his home in a way he had never experienced before. The little doctors had returned but now they
were in one of those craft he had seen above the air field just days before. They brought him aboard and showed him things that he had never seen and
would never soon forget. He was changed after that night and knew more of what the future would being then he could have ever imagined. His path it
seems was set for him but he would resist this as it was just too much for his mind to wrap itself around. He felt compelled to find a higher
authority than these little doctors. Perhaps God would help him he thought. He would have to investigate this creator to see if he would help him.
edit on 29-11-2010 by wayouttheredude because: dyslexic