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Helen deMurier, Secretary of the Paris, France Chapter of the Order of Omega Time Travel Cult, was recently dispatched on an assignment to investigate the apparent merging of the French writer Honor de Balzac in a rare philosophical convergence with another famous French author, his friend, Victor Hugo.  The above image was recorded of  when the two disembodies spirits of these men apparently “merged” during a rare “transmigrational interface” which was recorded by a device developed by The Omega Time Travel Cult engineering department.  The engineers were able to capture this unique event at the instant of it’s occurrance using a new invention they named the “phantom photoimaging emulsifier”.

In order to verify the apparent “merge” Helen returned in time to the home of Honor de Balzac, who died on 18 August 1850.  Coincidently, she discovered, he was visited on that day by his friend Victor Hugo, who was a French poet, playwright, novelist, essayist, visual artist, statesman, human rights activist and exponent of the Romantic movement in France.  (Outside France, Victor’s best-known works are the novels Les Misrables and Notre-Dame de Paris (also known in English as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame).

Victor confided to Helen that Balzac had always concerned himself overwhelmingly with the darker essence of human nature and the corrupting influence of middle and high societies. He believed that “Behind every great fortune lies a great crime. I do not regard a broker as a member of the human race.”

Victor lived until 22 May 1885, when he finally passed at the age of 83.  His death generated intense national mourning inasmuch as he had always been a champion of the common man and outspoken enemy of repression by the church and governments.  He wrote, “Emergencies have always been necessary to progress. It was darkness which produced the lamp. It was fog that produced the compass. It was hunger that drove us to exploration. And it took a depression to teach us the real value of a job.”

According to the official report filed by Helen, who continued to track the disembodied personalities of the two men through time to the present moment, both men have — individually and serparately — continued on their paths in the afterlife, and are now thriving comfortably in their new human forms. Victor is lives in Chicago and works as a producer for the OWN TV network.  Honre is currently a student attending the University of Michigan, majoring in Classic French literature.

Thank you for your report Helen!


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A “holodeck” is an enclosed room in which objects and people are simulated by a combination of transported matter, replicated matter, tractor beams, and shaped force fields onto which holographic images are projected.  Most holodeck programs shown in Star Trek episodes run in first person “subjective mode”, in which the user actively interacts with the program and its characters. The user may also employ third-person “objective mode”, in which he or she is “apart” from the actual running of the program and does not interact with it (all of the program’s characters will ignore the user as if he or she was not there.  (READ MORE about “Holodeck”)

Virtual reality (VR) or also called Immersive Multimedia is a computer-simulated environment that can simulate physical presence in places in the real world or imagined worlds.  (READ MORE about “Virtual Reality”)


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High Priestess Hanalore of Celtic Gaul calls to order the annual meeting of the Druid High Council in 437 B.C.E.. Special guest speaker at the meeting was Chester Langhorn, President of the Desmoines, Iowa Chapter of The Order of Omega Time Travel Cult. The subject of his lecture was an explaination of the “magical picture box” he used to take this digital photo of the occassion.