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Archaic Minus One

Chapter 51 Joule’s Machine Soul contemplated FATIGUE. On his Intranet he’d accessed Edward James’s PC, the one with 5 Morrison Cores; used Webster’s New World Dictionary. Joule was fascinated with human words. Noun verb transitive verb intransitive. Metal fatigue hurt: that corrugated tarmac in … Continue reading

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Archaic Engineering Forty

Chapter 40 Kathleen James felt the plush pearlescent italian leather sofa shifting. At her left, something settling in, uncomfortably close. Kathleen was afraid to look. Prosthetic exhalations. Pungency, like a rusty iron museum piece, displaced the ozone and burnt smells … Continue reading

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Archaic Engineering Thirty Five

Chapter 35 Archaic engineering dormant four thousand years booted up and activated heaters to thaw the remaining five casks forged of dark metal which contained the First Wave Archonte. A catalyst was introduced, forming a slurry which consumed itself; provided the … Continue reading

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Archaic Engineering Seventeen

Chapter 17 Each morning of his captivity Edward A James examined the silver-framed photo of his wife Kathleen, and then checked the nickel-plated 45 Caliber pistol on the right-side night table. He stuck to the same schedule every single day. … Continue reading

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LIVE – R018

“There are three classes of people: those who see. Those who see when they are shown. Those who do not see.” Leonardo Da Vinci, 1452–1519 Aleister Parker smelled the warm sun on fresh linens inside the pristine guest room Floor-2 … Continue reading

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LIVE – R011

“Though nothing means anything and all roads are marked “NO EXIT,” yet move as if your movements had some purpose” THE MASTER GAME, Robert S de Ropp, 1913–1987 Aleister, you’ve seen the Corvette, are you sure? Vitor Weiss’s pulse raced. Suddenly … Continue reading

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LIVE – R007

” I must continue to follow the path I take now.” Vincent van Gogh, Dutch painter, 1853–1890 Vitor Weiss smelled the wood fires burning alongside the Deep Sea. Scents of scrap pine, tainted with traces of iron nails glowing tiny … Continue reading

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