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As always, the dream started out with darkness. He could not help but to allow his processors to rest after the memorial and he still wanted to know what it was he saw when King Ghidorah tried to take control of him through the blue-glowing Technomantic cords. Kiryuu wanted to rest his eyes the night before the funeral. He, Malcho, and Telek were all staying in different rooms at a hotel for the funeral in Washington D.C. It was a request to give Lord Hood his full honors by burying him in Arlington Cemetery along with past heroes who served North America and the UCAS well. It was requested that no cameras would be held at the ceremony so not to disturb the mourning family.
Kiryuu tried to keep his thoughts on the funeral, what he may say there. So, he kept his eyes closed and thought of them. But he could not. Another thought kept intruding into his mind while he attempte
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He sighed and glanced around him as the fabric of space warped around him. Suddenly, the forest of autumn leaves gave way to the blackness of space. There were tiny points of light in the pitch blacknesstwinkling stars blanketing the darkness. He looked up at a central point where it seemed time and space itself collided and formed into one being. The being before him was something incomprehensible. No word in any language could described this being's form. It simply just existed. However, the being's incomprehensible form was hidden in a shroud of blinding, blue-white light. Around the glowing being were nine, massive blue-white stars. They were the echoes of the very first nine stars that came into being after the Big Bang, which started the Multiverse. Through their deaths the necessary building blocks of life could form. However