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The Mind Manifests 9The Mind Manifest Part 9 I put my necklace back on and hurried along in the direction the sensation came from, cutting through the forest with no regard for fences or propriety lines, the sound of Yevonna right behind and on my heels. The feel of this sprint, of the twigs and leaves on my bare feet, the wind rushing past my wings, and the smells and the sounds of the forest, if it weren't for being dead set on my mission, I'm sure I'd have been able to run like that for hours. I slid to the stop at the sound of gunfire, Yevonna slamming into me from behind, sending us both to the ground. I waved for her to come beside me as more gunfire rang out "Damn, I know that sound, that's assault rifles, what the hell would they be doing around here?" "I dunno, assaulting something?" The was a ridge just in front of us, so I approached carefully on all fours, instinct seeming to dominate my actions now as I drew near the top. I peeked over the top j
The Mind Manifests 8The Mind Manifests Chapter 8 I looked around in a daze, I was in a holding device of some kind, I looked around and saw I was in a laboratory. I looked up at a noise to see someone leaning over me, examining me, before a voice spoke from behind them, "Well, how does it look?" "The lattice is intact, but the coding matrix is shot, the whole shipment has a nullified validation prefix." "You mind saying that again in lamens terms?" "It means the DNA patterns aren't there, these crystals are uncoded, if they get activated, they'll look for a code to download." "Still not quite getting you." "Ugh, this is why I hate doing business with you people, you're idiots, it means that your subconscious desires will manifest into reality. Instead of supersoldiers, whoever used these would get the inner desires of the people they use them on. At best you could sell these as a commodity item for slaveowners, but there's really no m
The Mind Manifests 7The Mind Manifests Chapter 7 I started heading off into the woods behind the house, just so I could process and figure out what I was going to do with my now permanently ruined life. Sure, I had the body I always wanted, but it wasn't the body the world wanted me to have. In the entire history of mankind, you either conform or die, so being what I was now, simply wasn't going to turn out well. I easily hopped over the fence, finding my wings were quite effective at grabbing the air. After about three minutes of walking, I was in a clearing at the top of a hill, my favorite spot in James's woods, I loved going back there to enjoy nature. With a deep breath, my sinuses finally cleared from the blockage they had had since my change, and with a flame-filled sneeze, I could finally smell easily again, and it was wonderful. Everything was just so fragrant, I was catching hints of a patch of wild flowers that was at least a hundred feet away, I could smell