Saturday, December 30, 2017

Walking the Fine Line between Primulus and Human

by Mija-El - contributing editor at large

From experience I know that many of my brothers and sisters have been required to engage in mild interaction with our creations. From the blob-like Syn, to Homo Sapiens, we have sometimes viewed our tasks as getting our hands dirty.

It does not need to be so.

Although they carry a good percentage of Primulus genetics, Homo Sapiens are a simple species. They view life through mortal optics, and their incredibly short lifespans require them to be creative with passing along information. But before we view them as they would view the tiniest insects on their worlds, please note that they are distant cousins, in a manner of speaking, and were created to eventually reach biological parity with the Prīmulī. This startled and even enraged some of our family, resulting in the Great Rift, from which we still have yet to recover.

It is time to put that all in the past.

I have had the pleasure of living among humanity for the past three years. I pose as a curator of art in a historical museum, and as the uncle of my son's adopted daughter (who, ironically, poses as an orphan). Not only do I interact with humans on a daily basis, I have also been raising my granddaughter and going through things that ordinary, everyday people must experience. Things that we Prīmulī take for granted, such as travel, food and an immortal existence are either scarce to humans, or even impossible to obtain (although the recent re-activation of enhanced subspecies has allowed some humans to enjoy extended, nearly limitless lifespans).

I would like to provide some advice to any Prīmulī who have yet to be assigned to a sector on either Azul or Terra: practice patience, and learn to love.

Humans are capable of wondrous things. While my father, my brother Gabriel and I could have eliminated the Vrol in a matter of minutes, we allowed humans to carry the majority of the load, and they emerged victorious. This says a lot, as the Vrol were created by the Grigori to function as planet cleansers. TheVrol only exist to eliminate life. And now the Vrol are virtually extinct (except for small nests on an alternate Earth, where they have integrated into the local ecosystem). A managing Primulus needs to take into account the fact that humans perceive their lifespans as being much longer than they actually are, in the grand, cosmic scheme of things. For this reason, it is critical that you not reveal the secrets of the Universe to any of them. While we could do so on a limited basis in the past, humans now possess technology that enables them to prove our existence. It is bad enough we were required to reveal the existence of enhanced subspecies, but found this necessary at the time, and this cannot be undone.

Your job will be to operate as a mentor, and to assist undiscovered lycans and ghouls from being detected. And, when required, to run interference and protect your charges lives. In essence, you shall function as guardian angels.

And in fulfilling your role you will need to walk that fine line between Human and Primulus.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Chronos departs

Chronos, known in the core timeline as Draagh, has departed our plane of reality after self-sacrificing his corporeal form in order to resurrect a human. This human, named Jennifer Gunnarsson, is a commander for Azul's navy and is the wife of Max Gunnarsson, son of Mija-El and his human consort, Clarisa Gunnarsson.

Chronos has only done this once before, on Earth, during the planet's calendar year of thirty three. Of course, we all remember "The Pacifist," whom Jah had sent to Earth in order to help a certain tribe of people. While his mission as a Primulus was to lead a military insurrection against the tribe's Roman oppressors, Yeshua (as he was called on Earth) instead chose a path of peace and love, which completely backfired. He ended up getting captured, and, in his weakened state, was murdered by his jailers. Chronos, Mija-El and Gabriel arrived just in time and, thanks to Chronos' sacrifice, The Pacifist was resurrected, and Chronos paid his one hundred-year penalty, waiting while his corporeal form regenerated.

Again he finds himself wandering the void, without form, but rumors fly that he has been inhabiting the bodies of various mortal beings, and having quite a good time as he does so. It has also been reported that Jah has joined him on some of these outings, but our calls to The Hub have been unanswered.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Gunnarsson is thriving in her new role as a lycan/Primulus hybrid. She has yet to receive her ghanlo, but as her husband possesses his they have been able to utilize a combination of natural technology and Azul transportation technology to begin the long process of ferrying Primulus technology to Earth in preparation for the great merging, which will happen when the core timeline arrives at the beginning of "The Renewal"—a secret strand hidden from The Hub, and purportedly used in order to train the Gunnarssons for their victory over the Grigori.

It is also reported that Chronos amplified the DNA of the adopted daughter of the Gunnarssons, Liliana, who is rumored to be from the "renewal" timeline. This report has not yet been corroborated, but knowing how Chronos has a tendency to tinker, we have a feeling there is more truth to this than one would believe.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Welcome to the PRIMULUS POST

This is the first post as a test