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Mona Lisa on the Moon, The life and death of Mona Ann Lisa on the Moon, 32,000 years in the making by George B. (Fiction)

 
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So what and when did something happened to the knowledge of the Federation before -10 K AD?


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Mona sat down with the Sisters and asked: “If I am going to support this research proposal, I want to know where are we to begin. The last major TPE activity nodule from Brenda’s DNA genetic memory was in 2090 AD. That was obviously the Mechan’s Cleansing mission we were able to abort and that originally had nothing to do with the Federation nor does the Earth know of our interference after the event. So where do we go from there?

Levie spoke first: “Mona, all we now know for certain is that in 6th Century Earth the Guardianship had no contact with the Federation until we showed up from the past. We know communication between the Guardianship and Federation ended long before that . . . could we interview Silver? Maybe she could give us some speculation from Shambhala regarding the history?

We also know that in some 20,000 years in the future of our TimeLine or about 10,000 before Earth’s 6th Century the same lack of knowledge occurred on New Ceres. This we know from Harry, Kat, Rebecca, Leo and George. We also know that viruses were attempted to be introduced at that time (-10K AD) but we were able to stop that. We know that viruses exist in 200,000 AD as well. We know that in 2090 AD, while bacteria mediated diseases are common, viruses are still not present so our interference in -10K AD had a lasting effect until at least 2090 AD. So what and when did something happened to the knowledge of the Federation before -10 K AD? We once decided to investigate but guess we all got too busy with all the crisis to follow-up.

Mona: “OK, so we start again but we need a definitive plan before we engage the Governing Council. And yes, by all means interview Silver. “
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So whatever happened is not too far into the future.


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After the Sisters interviewed Silver, it was determined that the Galactic Wormhole Transit System and communication with the Federation ceased sometime between Silver and Prometheus’s return to Shambhala and the return of the sheltered humans to the surface of the Earth. So whatever happened is not too far into the future. In the Leviathan’s present TimeLine, the nuclear winter on Earth is still raging but significant clearing is occurring. The Sisters estimate, based on the data they are presently getting from the Guardianship, is that we are possibly talking about 50 to 200 years from present.

That means within 50 years the Federation may not exist as we presently know it. It means that the Transit system that binds thousands of Galaxies and Millions of civilizations together may well come undone. Right now the only thing they can confirm is that viruses are not ravaging the Earth in 2090 AD.
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She was just a day from being reanimated and totally awake.


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Harmony was getting physically stronger and stronger; her muscle tone was dramatically improved and her muscle pain was getting less or she was simply getting more use to it. She was just a day from being reanimated and totally awake. She could feel the anxiety welling up inside her. She feared the unknown but was now very committed to the final steps.

She found if she focused on William, her pain was never as bad or her anxiety as severe. After 32,000 years of solitary life for the most part; what was it going to be like to be physically around people all the time?

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This was truly going to be an exercise in tough love. She was probably going to get very frustrated and angry at first.


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The Sisters now turned their attention completely to Harmony. Moonbeam was briefing William on what to expect. She told him; Harmony would first sit in a wheelchair and progress from there to a walker and then to assisted walking. She would need to rest in between every episode of exertion and this would go on for several days.

She also told William, Harmony would not be able to talk or communicate for quite some time. Her vocal cords could make sound but could not form words until she trains herself how to do so. Also, her fine motor skills would be so imprecise that communication through a key board or similar device would be almost useless. To hook her to a brain scanning translator (except in brief bursts) would retard her progress in learning to use conventional methods of communication.

This was truly going to be an exercise in tough love. She was probably going to get very frustrated and angry at first. They would first awaken her and fill her in on the process. If she wished to see him immediately after that . . . they would allow it.

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Each second was punctuated by a new and often painful experience.


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William showed up the morning of the awakening in a tux with a bouquet of roses. He intended to do this until Harmony either saw him or told him to go away and not come back.

Mona and Destiny were there as well and could not help but smile at William. They too were anxious and wondering if Harmony would welcome them as well.

Harmony sensed something big was about to happen. She felt the fluid being quickly drained from around her. The temperature seemed to became very frigid and she felt intense pain everywhere. If she could have screamed she would have.

She felt pressure where she had never felt it before. Several vices seemed to be tightening around her limbs simultaneously. Then the mask was removed from her face. She felt like she was going to smother and took an enormous inward breath. She was no longer upright but on her back and the pressure of her weight hurt like nothing she had yet experienced. Each second was punctuated by a new and often painful experience.

Then she felt a pinch on her right arm and she went back to sleep. She was grateful the pain was removed for a while.

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This was probably due the enormous time Harmony was in stasis as compared to Destiny.


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DiDi came out of the medical unit and indicated Harmony needed to be sedated because her pain level was much higher than when Destiny was reanimated. This was probably due the enormous time Harmony was in stasis as compared to Destiny. She stated: "we want to bring her up in stages of ever increasing periods of awareness. So right now we are asking you three to leave and return tomorrow. "

William hesitated but finally retreated with the resolve to return as early as he could tomorrow.

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Harmony was now able to tell she was lying down looking up at a view screen on the ceiling.


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Harmony was in a fog. She was not feeling much pain now but was disoriented and confused, a different set of new experiences. She occasionally heard sounds and sensed smells that were totally new but she could not recognize them nor figure where they were coming from.

Occasionally, she would seem to have clearer sensory input but it would be accompanied with a higher level of pain and discomfort. This happened repeatedly and each time, the time of clarity was longer and the discomfort decreased. She began to look forward to the clear times more and more. She was now sensing light and warmth. She ventured to open her eyes for the first time. The brightness was overwhelming, but became more and more tolerable as the opportunities increased. She found her eyes beginning to focus on objects that were simple objects like circles, squares and triangles.

Harmony was now able to tell she was lying down looking up at a view screen on the ceiling. It was showing simple forms and hearing their shapes spoken as they appeared. In between, she was hearing instructions to squeeze a bulb in a specific hand when she saw a specific form. She was to squeeze the bulb in her right hand twice if she saw a square or twice the bulb in her left hand if she saw a circle, etc.

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This was her first meal.


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Harmony was feeling a strange rumbling in her abdomen and a dry feeling in her throat. She was given a tube or straw which contained a liquid that had a pleasant odor and she instinctively sucked on it. It delivered a pleasant tasting substance into her mouth which she managed to swallow. This was her first meal. She was now beginning to believe she might survive this process.
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This is where Harmony became very frustrated and at times angry . . .


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Another exercise from the screen was: a symbol was shown, then a sound. Harmony was asked to repeat the sound. As she did the object would get less focused if her response was not close and more focused as her vocalization was getting closer to the sound. Once the sound was perfected, a different symbol would appear and the exercise would continue until she mastered the task.

Eventually, Harmony could ask questions vocally and the view screen would answer if the speech was clear and correct enough. This is where Harmony became very frustrated and at times angry, discovering curse words were some of the first words she was able to perfect.

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The Sisters insisted they wait at least two more days before they ask Harmony to go public.


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Though often frustrated at the pace, Harmony's ability to master tasks was nothing short of amazing. Within 24 hours she was making short sentences and vocalizing them such that they could be understood by someone paying close attention.

When the Sisters came in to check on her progress, Harmony asked to sit up and said she was hungry. There were smiles and tears all around.

They clumsily got her into a wheel chair and she was able to maintain a sitting posture for two hours and ate a small meal of soft, bland food before wanting to lie down again.

William, Destiny and Mona were in the waiting area. William in his tux, with fresh roses in hand. Mona found out he grew them in the biosphere where the Mules were kept. The Sisters insisted they wait at least two more days before they ask Harmony to go public. The three were disappointed but agreed it was best.

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She was beginning to be completely free of conscious pain.


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Harmony was given more and more stimuli with more intensity and sources. She was beginning to be completely free of conscious pain. She was now staying in the wheelchair more than on her gurney. She was starting to put pressure on her feet. Which at first was uncomfortable and painful but soon became routine.

William was there by himself, in the waiting area, in his tux with the flowers.
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However, we ask that you now concentrate on the 3D world.


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Harmony finally got far enough ahead of the overwhelmed stage that she started to ask questions and respond to complex questions asked of her. She discovered it had been five days from her initial awakening. She remembers who she is and that she wanted to be reanimated.

Harmony remembered before her awakening, she was primarily a paranormal being and now as a 3D human was anxious to find out if she still retained those abilities. She asked if William had been there?

Moonbeam states: "you will be able to test your paranormal capabilities at your leisure. However, we ask that you now concentrate on the 3D world. This will require your complete attention. As for William, that is much easier to explain. He is in the waiting area, as he has been every day from the beginning of your awakening process. He states he will be there until he sees you or you tell us to tell him to leave."

Harmony: "Is there some way I can see him without him knowing I'm watching?"

Levi's and Celestial respond together: "you sure can." Celestial beats Levie to the panel that contains the controls for the remote camera in the waiting area. She hits the switch which puts William Rutledge in all his glory in the middle of Harmony's view screen.

They all do a low but audible squeal of delight.
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The image of William Rutledge in his tux holding his personally grown roses . . .

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The image of William Rutledge in his tux holding his personally grown roses will forever be burned into Harmony's retina and memory. She was understandably, emotionally fragile anyway and his image pushed her over the edge. She started to cry, a new experience, and it continued uncontrollably for several minutes.

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William knew the Owner and Chef and had the best table reserved.
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Four months have passed since Harmony’s Awakening and William had promised her a surprise on their first official date. Harmony had left the medical unit a month ago and had been living with Mona and Harry for the last four weeks. She was then going to live with Destiny and Chaos for another month before getting a place of her own. Her strength was excellent and her verbal skills had evolved to a level where she felt confident. Her personality was fun loving and outgoing. She was most curious about everything, especially good food. So William had the perfect date planned. They were going to go to a dining establishment that was the place in all of LeviathanV to be seen.

William knew the Owner and Chef and had the best table reserved. He had already select the best champagne and his roses were already on the table awaiting their arrival.

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Since Harmony is adept at telepathy, she easily overcomes Gourmand's lack of speaking capabilities.


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Harmony was trying to see what she might want to participate in as a vocation. Her paranormal skills could easily place her in the ShadowLand Institute with her sister Destiny. But she wishes to expand her experiences and hopes to try her hand at piloting space craft like William, Harry, Mona and Chaos. She starts to attend ground school and expects a long hard slog as a pilot cadet before getting any real flight time.

Her other interest is food, in all its variety. She spends time with GT and helps in his restaurant. Since Harmony is adept at telepathy, she easily overcomes Gourmand's lack of speaking capabilities.

Sam1 and Dr. Dearborn were unable to do a gene repair on his missing vocal cords. Accepting his physical limitations, GT chose not to use a mechanical substitute, he uses sign language, pantomime and the universal translator conversation screen for complex negotiations.

It has become part of his brand, the mute restaurant mogul. The Swarm is already in negotiations with Gourmand to franchise his restaurants throughout the known universe.
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William knew the Owner and Chef and had the best table reserved.
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Four months have passed since Harmony’s Awakening and William had promised her a surprise on their first official date. Harmony had left the medical unit a month ago and had been living with Mona and Harry for the last four weeks. She was then going to live with Destiny and Chaos for another month before getting a place of her own. Her strength was excellent and her verbal skills had evolved to a level where she felt confident. Her personality was fun loving and outgoing. She was most curious about everything, especially good food. So William had the perfect date planned. They were going to go to a dining establishment that was the place in all of LeviathanV to be seen.

William knew the Owner and Chef and had the best table reserved. He had already select the best champagne and his roses were already on the table awaiting their arrival.

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flapper?
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flapper?
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Could be, but really just eccentric, spirited, full of life!

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Her only constants are her love of William, GT, the three Mules and food.


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Mona and all her sisters have been very preoccupied with the awakening and rearing of their new sister Harmony. She is a handful. Unlike the rest of them, she is less focused and serious. She is more likely to switch styles, career concerns, philosophies, and behavior than all the rest of them combined. Her only constants are her love of William, GT, the three Mules and food.

Harmony is presently living with her and Harry but will be leaving soon to stay with Destiny and Chaos. She says she will then get her own place. Mona thinks this not wise yet and has been talking with Moonbeam to see if the only unmarried member of the Lisa Sisters would take a turn at the rearing process.

Moonbeam instead suggests Harmony be given some serious responsibility by assigning her as a lead investigator on the newly approved TPE Project to determine the cause of the future status change of the Federation.

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In her dreams she could play with different outcomes to problems and scenarios, trials and errors tested against different circumstances without risking failure in reality.


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Moonbeam reluctantly accepts a future turn at Harmony sitting and Mona agrees with the idea to involve Harmony in a significant role in the upcoming investigation.

Mona intends to inform Harmony over supper and get her concurrence.

Mona, unlike other humans of her era now sleeps several hours each day. She requires it now to stay focused and energetic. She is no spring chicken, she is almost 1,000 years old. The normal human lifespan has been extended considerably since leaving Earth and Ceres behind. Though her parents died (both pairs are gone); Mona, will no doubt live much longer than they but how long is really unknown.

Since Mona now sleeps she has been experiencing something new. It isn't an Out of Body Experience (OBE) as in ShadowLand and not prophetic or vivid images she had been given from unknown sources in her earlier years.

This state of consciousness was like a private world she made up as it went along, something she heard people sometimes had when they were sick and/or hallucinating. She called them d-streams or dreams because they were demonstrative streams of consciousness, they flowed usually from one direction to another and twisted and turned as water does looking for the path of least resistance.

In her dreams, she could play with different outcomes to problems and scenarios, trials and errors tested against different circumstances without risking failure in reality. She found it very useful!

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During supper, Mona explained to Harmony that within as little as 50 years the Federation may not exist as we presently know it.


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During supper, Mona explained to Harmony that within as little as 50 years the Federation may not exist as we presently know it. Which meant the Transit system that binds he Federation together possibly failed. Right now the only thing they can confirm is that viruses are not ravaging the Earth in 2090 AD as they will before the year 200,000. So, something obviously happened. She would be one of the important cogs in the machinery that will discover what happened.

Harmony was delighted to be part of the team and promised she would be very serious in the process.

Mona described to Harmony her experience with dreams and asked if she had any similar experiences in her 32,000 years of stasis?
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Over 32,000 years she maintained her sanity by using her imagination to create multiple lives in an infinite number of variations.


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Harmony was honestly excited to be a lead on the investigation team. She was also eager to talk about her experiences with consciousness while in stasis. Harmony often would use her consciousness to create story lines about being a 3D human and she lived many, many lives in the process.

Over 32,000 years she maintained her sanity by using her imagination to create multiple lives in an infinite number of variations. She would experiment with different decisions and work through all the permutations. Mona was very impressed with her Sister. It made her understand Harmony all the more and saw how she would now be so impulsive in her present living, she had already worked through much of it many times before.
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I couldn't just talk to another person but I left peace about things in a way that I cannot describe.


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Mona asked: "your dreams, how accurate were they and did you get insight into what you considered universal truth?"

Harmony responded: "not always but often I was reassured of things. I couldn't just talk to another person but I left peace about things in a way that I cannot describe. I was also shown other types of life there first, like the giant plasma beings, A-Zeal for example."

Mona ventured: "did your dreams ever take you to LeviathanV?"

Harmony: "Oh, yes! . . . here and beyond as well!"
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I have a very busy day ahead and; therefore, I won't be making my normal number of updates. Please have a wonderful weekend!
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Her only constants are her love of William, GT, the three Mules and food.


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The life and death of Mona Ann Lisa on the Moon, 32,000 years in the making by George B. (All rights reserved published work (c) 2016 George B.)

Mona and all her sisters have been very preoccupied with the awakening and rearing of their new sister Harmony. She is a handful. Unlike the rest of them, she is less focused and serious. She is more likely to switch styles, career concerns, philosophies, and behavior than all the rest of them combined. Her only constants are her love of William, GT, the three Mules and food.

Harmony is presently living with her and Harry but will be leaving soon to stay with Destiny and Chaos. She says she will then get her own place. Mona thinks this not wise yet and has been talking with Moonbeam to see if the only unmarried member of the Lisa Sisters would take a turn at the rearing process.

Moonbeam instead suggests Harmony be given some serious responsibility by assigning her as a lead investigator on the newly approved TPE Project to determine the cause of the future status change of the Federation.

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