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Believe Celestine

by W.H. Tespid,ERT

No more Celestine to date. Tespid, I, have sat on this one for a long while. The original post started at but that was a different day, a different age, and no distance from the occasion created a blog post that held the truth close to light. I play. Being an only child, often it has been by myself for sometime. Occasioned at home and in public. The blog post told of a strange sight I saw in the sky one day on the beach in Azle, Texas. For effect, I’ll recount: It was a winter day and I came to feed the ducks, geese, ravens and crows and be alone with the water for a while. Somewhere in play, I looked up and saw something gray looming in the cloud cover. The base of it was huge and hovered. It made no sound. I went back to washing my rocks and crystal samples in the water. I buried them and marked the spot. Some were jasper, but one was a fine piece of Celestine (of course you might think Celestine prophecy and you would be correct). I returned to looking at the sky, the clouds passed, but the “airship” did not. Still I could not make it out, but my imagination did. Suddenly three jets flew overhead and seemed to follow the breath of the lake. I started looking for my Celestine where I marked it with a shovel and it could not be found. My imagination told me the aliens got it… needless to say, I was pissed. Still, if a alien need my crystal, who am I to argue. Mind all of this from the viewpoint of a metaphysician and lay psychic.

The rub

Months later, I was sitting behind my mobile home watching the sunset and lingering about hoping my depressive mood would change. As the stars began to peak out I heard from the South aircrafts. I looked and three military helicopters flew  the rim of the park. I was easily astonished by these events, but other military manuvers had been occurring for months now. The edge of the events was easily gone. The sun finally slipped completely below the horizon. Then I saw the mask in the sky, made of points of light that you connect together with your mind. I suspended belief and just gasped for air. I didn’t know what to say, but remember the images in my paperwork I left outside for weeks. I ran inside. Hindsight: MUFON and other UFO hunters, according to the military, will scream UFO sighting when it is actually military crafts on maneuvers. I had my moment to believe and now in the past months I see clearly where I need to be corrected. Those helicopters make no noise to my ears, but having seen it, I understand the simple reasoning now. And thanks whoever you are. Thanks for the experience and allowing me to believe Celestine  just for a little while.

10 Responses to “Believe Celestine”

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  9. Very nice blog. I just finished mine and I was looking for some design ideas and you gave me a few. May I ask you whether you developed the website by youself?

    • Tespid said

      The format was selected from wordpress themes, everything else was pick and choose and add. The artwork and general premise is mine.
      Thanks for asking,


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