A Night At The Observatory

October 5, 2015 at 7:48 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, News, Religion, Science, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , )

A Night At The Observatory

At the Palomar Astronomical Observatory in Southern California, astronomer Dr. Balthasar Tannenbaum was looking through one of the telescopes.

He suddenly stopped in his tracks when he noticed something unusual flying through the heavens.

The object looked like images one saw of UFOs.

Yet the object was as clear as day (or at least as clear as this night was) .

There also seemed to be lights flashing on the UFO.

Dr. Balthasar Tannenbaum, who had a background in U.S. Naval Intelligence, recognized the pattern in the flashing of the lights as a type of Morse code.

He quickly grabbed a pencil and paper and jotted down the message sent to him by the UFO in deep space.

When he had finished, the message read, ADONAI Was Not Who He Claimed To Be.

Adonai?

Dr. Balthasar Tannenbaum bit the eraser at the end of his pencil.

Wasn’t that one of the Hebrew names for God? he asked himself.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Sunday October 4th
2015.

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22 Comments

  1. Sherrie de Valeria said,

    Oh you know … it was not long ago when it was on the news when a couple of people on a mountain view had caught a clear video of a UFO while they are on a hiking. They were shocked to find the view of the 360 degrees of the alien airship was facing them a few hundred yards or so. When I freeze that video, I saw the inscription on the front view of the UFO has the Egyptian writings. I was thinking that if those are Egyptian alien, I am not that surprised. 😛

  2. Hyperion said,

    The ending was quite the gripper, Chris. It was one of those cliff hangers you wish you could just turn the page and continue on. I’ve always wondered about those ancient Egyptians. Maybe their advanced preparation for astral projection into the after life wasn’t such a hokie idea after all.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, perhaps those ancient Egyptians really knew what they were writing about.

      And we didn’t figure it out until we cracked the Rosetta Stone code in the 19th Century- much to the chagrin of Joseph Smith who had claimed his Book of Mormon was originally written in Egyptian hieroglyph and then when scholars understood what the symbols of the hieroglyphs actually meant, it was amazing how quickly Smith’s original manuscript of hieroglyphs disappeared from public view and existence.

      Since at the time Smith originally brought forth his manuscript, everybody knew about hieroglyphs but didn’t know what the symbols meant.

      • Hyperion said,

        Perhaps when he translated the hieroglyphs according to the Rosetta stone, his opening line read something like: I am the Walrus kuckoo ka-chew 😀

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        It probably read something a lot like that. 😀

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