|Foundations of Eternity|
I previously realized that I had mistakenly assumed that Gohrlay was a Neanderthal. Now, Gohrlay has informed me that orbho Anagro was a Nereid Interventionist. This revelation rocked my conceptual understanding of our human origins. I've long assumed that human civilization arose from an error, a mistake that was made by the pek.
However, Gohrlay assures me that the pek are not that incompetent. It was the Nereids (or more likely, the Grendels) who established Observer Base "on" the Moon and who were looking for a way to save we humans from extinction.
|Gohrlay on her way to the Galactic Core (source)|
When Gohrlay told me her version of events, I felt slightly dizzy, but suddenly I knew that I had heard her tale before.
|Gohrlay as XX; 1981|
I now remember a woman who was someone I knew casually in 1981. Strangely, I can't remember her name, so I'll call her XX. For the past 35 years I've always believed that XX died in a car crash in early 1982. However, I now have been allowed to remember that XX once explained to me her real identity and explained the origin of her odd phenotypic features, including strangely smooth skin and nanofibril hair. At the time, she told me that she had just completed a mission that "corrected a problem" in my life, although she could not tell me what she meant.
|The Final Time Trip|
Gohrlay believes that it is dangerous to reveal the full truth about what happened back in the First Reality. Apparently, allowing the Grendels to interfere with the course of human evolution might have been a violation of Huaoshy ethical rules. And, apparently, during her time in the Galactic Core, Gohrlay learned some of the truth about how the Nereids were allowed to unleash the Grendels on our galaxy.
Next: the genetics of telepathy.
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