The NULL Solution = Episode 176
…In the bigger picture, you are seeing what Lorgan wants you to see…
Two Sides to a Mirror
A pane of glass is meant to look through not at. When you coat one side with a layer of silver and other coatings, you can no longer see through it. Instead you see your reflection. Needless to say, only a fool looks at the backside of a mirror.
For an untold and incalculable period of time, anything that faces Lorgan sees a reflection no matter at what distance. Just how that squares with the logic of physics remains a mystery. Are you staring at reality or some measure of perception, i.e. what you want to see? In the bigger picture, you are seeing what Lorgan wants you to see.
Just what did Collapsar Axis see the moment it decided to pull out of Harmonia? Župzïð the Last saw nothing but yawning darkness, before his cosmic caravan was dispatched from the timestem, unceremoniously so. Other of his followers saw tranquility or rest, but they were not in ultimate control of their fate.
Collapsar finds itself in a place with few stars, easily counted from any angle or field of view. Have they been shrunk to the size of a speck of space dust? Have they traversed one galaxy after another only to be reduced to a lonely habitat in a finite dimension?
Even the reunion with their lost fleet of twelve ships is surreal. Surely, the fleet must believe that they have been rescued from this empty place, only to be regarded as insects in a jar to Župzïð.
“Not a single parsec is recognizable Supreme Leader.”
Supreme Leader “insists” on positive responses.
“We will return to Sexta A and reassess our strategic position.”
The NULL Solution =