THE RETURN TRIP – Episode 265
…The Time-Masters have been scanning the future of multiple worlds: theirs, ours and even the dreaded Ÿ€Ð…
“There is a need for a consensus assessment of the growing emotional influence of these earthlings on our world,” Ekcello stresses.
“It is not trouble is the strictest sense, but I fear that the youngest of the newest is unstable enough to possibly attempt an escape.” He speaks of Gus like he was a grandchild, or the Eridanus equivalent.
“Is it possible to send them back without damaging the timestem?” They are discussing many of the very things to be dealt by the Counsel in general, but Fortän’s opinions are valued by Ekcello and hold particular sway.
The far-off and long-forgotten Ÿ€Ð is an outlaw-outlying-system in Eridanus’ distant past, even though it was the Ÿ€Ð who Eridanus emulated in their transition to transcendentalism— But there is a rub-of-the-green when it comes to Ÿ€Ð nature; they are and likely continue to be a paranoid bunch, steeped in a shunted corner of the Galaxy Sexta A.
“The passing of time will always tell,” concludes the wise-and-only Eridanian female Elder.
Side-by-side, mates for life, with years numbering in the many thousands, make their way to the dusty Founder Shrine amphitheater which is now filled with 1500 Elders.
There are notes flying through the audible frequencies, both sharp, flat, and perfect pitch. As confusing as the sung/spoken jumble seems, to have all these Eridanians using telepathy, at once in the same tower, would be a mind-blowing folly.
The appearance of Ekcello and Fortän causes the background noise to cease.
When Ekcello beckons the gathering to order, it becomes: each man, each voice, democracy in its utmost form, “I summon you today, here at Founder Shrine, to discuss the topic of the humans, who have grown so dear to us in recent times.”