Adventures in Remote Viewing: Syncing Beasts

LAST TIME*No comments made yet on Cade’s missive, Clicky? …/flicks lighter…*

*Oh well… /lights up… we’d better get on with this shambles then… /drags…*

*/streams smoke… Leg-ion is a bit of a train a-fiction-ado, Clicky… /smirks…*

This week, Dear Reader, Cade and I remote viewed M. Night Shyamalan’s trilogy of movies, ‘Unbreakable’ from 2000, ‘Split’ from 2017 and ‘Glass’ which was released earlier this year…

I’d seen ‘Unbreakable’ back in the early Naughties on DVD. I thought it an entertaining enough flick, but nothing more. I admit I rolled my eyes back in January when I heard that a sequel was to be released, called ‘Glass’…

*Yeah, unbreakable glass, Clicky… /smokes…*

… But my ears pricked up earlier this week when I heard work colleagues discussing the performance of James McAvoy in a movie called ‘Split’…

… And I learned that not only is it set between ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Glass’, but that it also succeeded as a “stand-alone movie”. That reminded me of a favourite book…

*No fucking way! …/flicks ash… That’s like a sync on steroids, Clicky…*

… Not the story told in the film itself, so much as the movie’s format and placement within the trilogy. Now, Dear Reader, I don’t know M. Night Shyamalan, but I do know the author H.K. Hillman…

Legs and Roob DM

… His first book, ‘Jessica’s Trap’, is about the construction of something unbreakable, and works as a complete, stand-alone story…

… Whereas his third book, ‘Norman’s House’, set 372 years later,  satisfyingly completes the tale. Glass is integral to it…

*/deep drag… Better get a Song ready to end on, Clicky… /stubs butt…*

… So, all in all, Dear Reader, I can thoroughly recommend the trilogies from M. Night Shyamalan and H.K. Hillman…

*Huh? …/scratches head… The Scottish play, Clicky? I suppose. James McAvoy comes from Scotland and Leggy lives there…*

… Have a Song…

*Ah, gotcha…*

 

14 thoughts on “Adventures in Remote Viewing: Syncing Beasts

  1. Roob

    One of my theories about Split is that Claire’s father is Kevin.

    It is implied rather than seen that he is knocked unconscious by Kevin when he appears in the car.

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    1. You may already be aware of these, but just in case…
      https://www.aaaai.org/conditions-and-treatments/library/allergy-library/saline-sinus-rinse-recipe

      You can also buy that pre-mixed off the shelf, and it usually comes in a spray bottle. It helps a lot when your sinuses are really dry and/or generally misbehaving. The saline solution can burn somewhat if your sinuses are raw, so, fair warning.

      https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/common-cold/expert-answers/neti-pot/faq-20058305

      My sinus issues are quite severe, and surgery made them even worse, so I had to eventually resort to something like that a few times per year. The capacity of the sinus cavities is quite impressive, and you may discover there was stuff up there you thought impossible. Just sayin’.

      Hope your nose gets better. ❤

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