05 October 2005
In our world we have always been wary of the sky. It hangs above us, always, waiting. It is unnerving. We have so-called scientists who tell us there is nothing to worry about, but our legends and myths say otherwise. Thousands of years ago the sky had to be propped up and anchored in place like a vast tent. That structure is beginning to crumble. We see the results in the sky: more chunks of it drop on our heads and we have significantly more severe weather from the disruptions. The naysaying scientists are scheduled for trial. We’ll show them.