Monday, January 8, 2007 9:22:28 PM
Vast desert during sunset. There are a few dunes, and the sky is a brilliant pink color with only part of the sun showing.
The cube is small, 2in x 2in x 2in. It's about a foot to my right sitting flat on the ground. It`s probably plastic, and it`s bright red. It`s smooth and solid. It`s brightly colored, small, noticable against the sand, lightweight when picked up, and hard.
The ladder is metal and on the ground straight ahead. It`s flat on the ground and is about 6 or 7 rungs high.
There`s a brown mare standing to my left waiting on me to finish looking around. I`m holding its leather reins in my hands, but it has no saddle on it`s back.
I notice a dust storm on the horizon, to my right. It`s a long ways off, and shouldn`t affect me or anything around me.
There`s a small oasis to my left, also far off in the horizon. I can barely make out a few flowers, in reds, oranges, and pinks. I`m not sure what they are, but they are hanging in bunches and appear to be tropi
Monday, September 11, 2006 2:30:51 PM
Well here's me.
It`s stark and cold. Fine sand, an evening sky. Kind of bare but beautiful. The cube is a mile high, in the distance. It`s metal, black matt and impossible to tell if it`s solid or hollow. Its hovering a few feet above the ground with a kind of magnetic hum.
There is a old wooden stepladder on it`s side a little way off, half covered in sand. about 6 rungs, although 2 of them are broken.
Black horse, tall windswept. On the horizon, pausing briefly before galloping away. No saddle or bridle, it appears to be wild.
Distant rumblings of thunder can be heard from far away, but it`s hard to place them. You conclude that there is a storm, but all you have to go on is a dark area on the horizon, an occasional flash that could be lighting.
There are a couple of dead shrubs, maybe a tumbleweed. They interact with nothing, and nothing with them.