Mrs Thetan released a statement:
Phyneas Jack Memorial Trust
Caretakers of the Forest of Kahruvel
Caretakers of the Forest of Kahruvel
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012
Trust Group Members, Friends of the Forest and Affected Residents:
On the evening of Thursday, September 13th, sometime between 8:00 pm and 8:30 pm SLT, an accident occured in the Forest of Kahruvel near the old location of the Rodeo Landing Stones. Several Trust members and officers, including myself, were injured when a massive explosion devastated land belonging to the Trust with damage extending into the connected regions of Stinson, Rodeo, Noyo and Cowell.
My great grandson, Salazar Jack. is unaccounted for. We have not been able to make contact with him since that evening and his whereabouts are unknown. The others present during the event; Champie Jack, HeadBurro Antfarm, Enjah Mysterio, Ilianexsi Sojourner, Adam Grayson, Osprey Therian and myself have all suffered various non-life threatening injuries and some memory loss.
In the days leading up to the blast, grid instability in the region had been steadily increasing. The last remaining Landing Stone, one of six excavated by the Trust, had begun to glow and emit an unknown energy signature. Mr. Antfarm had reported intense arcing blue energy from the stone and Salazar had noticed that the grid border between Rodeo and Stinson was beginning to destabilize. Both the Cowell and Stinson regions began disappearing and reappearing at regular intervals. I had also been monitoring the east/west fault line running through Noyo toward Bodega and had detected increased gridquake activity along it’s path. Ms. Therian had reported the lava vent in the small harbour of north Bodega was expanding.
It is my opinion that the remaining stone was attempting to connect with the other stones that were no longer there. The other five that the Trust had uncovered were lost in the Rodeo Incident a few years ago. We think there are two more stones buried in the tahra, but are inaccessible due to the Lindens' terraforming restrictions. Unable to make it’s connection, the glowing stone had begun to overload affecting the local grid and the surrounding area. My greatest fear was that we were facing a grid-wide catastrophe. I deduced that by installing stand-in devices for the missing stones we could “complete the curcuit” and route the energy along it’s intended path. Something went wrong and there was an overload. The only thing I can recall was a blinding white light. The next thing I remember was waking up in hospital.
In the days that followed we discovered the extent of the loss. Except for a protected remnant in Rodeo, every rock, tree, building and blade of grass existing on Trust land in the affected regions have vanished. Control of the land has been lost as well. Builds and vegetation on adjoining land not owned by the Trust were spared. Cowell seems to has been hit the hardest. The entire village has disappeared. The Lindens’ auto-grid functions seem to have interpreted the event as a massive land abandonment. Portions of Rodeo and Noyo are now owned by various residents and the Trust’s holdings in Stinson and Cowell and now under the control of Governor Linden.
It is with great sadness that I relate these events to you and wish with all my heart that our efforts had been more successsful. We have seemed to seal the breach for now as the stone’s energy output has begun to diminish. It is possible the destruction could have been more widespread than it was. I shudder to think what might have happened had Mount Pomponio been affected. I take full responsibility for this accident and will do everything in my power to find out exactly what has happened. An investigative meeting will be held at Cafe Jack in Grignano, Nova Albion on Saturday, September 29th at 2:00 pm for those interested.
On behalf of the other Trust officers; my great granddaughter-in-law, Valdora Grayson, her husband, Adam Grayson, her parents, Fraunklin and Elsia Baysklef and my great grandson, Salazar Jack, I wish to thank you all for your interest in and support of Kahruvel – especially those who have generously donated tier over the years. I hope that we will find the answers we seek. I hope that we can find Salazar.
Mrs. Cessadia Thetan
posted by - 11:15 PM
Osprey, Cessadia mistakenly left poor Champie Jack off the list of people who were there that night. She has corrected it in the copy on the Kahruvel web site. At first she couldn’t remember him being there, but after I showed her the video you took that appeared on GBC News she realized he had been there. I’m afraid her memory was affected as much as everyone else’s. Valdora