Mosheh: well, according to the prophets he is “The God” and “The Neo-Tech God”.
Mosheh: because we are part of “The Neo-Tech conspiracy for establish the
Selena: wasn't it established thousands of years ago?
Selena: OK, so people dispelled in the past, and they needed me as some kind
-of role model to look up to to dispel. How lame!
+of role model to look up to to dispel. How lame!
+++: But what were these slaying tests, with The Guide, and these weird demons,
and… God, they made me feel so helpless, and mad, and sad, and… all for becoming
Selena: two of the founders of the Jewish religion, and mythical and highly
revered characters, whom lots of religious people would be exhil irated to talk
+red characters, whom lots of religious people would be exhilrated to talk
to had nothing better to do with their time than play a silly computerised
Selena: yes, I gather it existed, only it seems that the Qs cannot be
-Mosheh: they are not. They are regular humanoids, o
ften aliens who have
+Mosheh: they are not. They are regular humanoids, o aliens who have
ascended to be vampires and Qs, and who possess extremely powerful (but not
omnipotent or “supernatural”) technology.
-Selena: OK, I'm still mad at you. But since I'm still find all this fascinating
-(got to being an Archaeologist-wannabe and stuff), I'm going to continue talking
+Selena: OK, I’m still mad at you. But since I still find all this fascinating
+(got to be an Archaeologist-wannabe and stuff), I’m going to continue talking
to you, despite being mad.
Mosheh: sure. You may wish to know that the Bajoran scholars considered
baby born to English parents on French soil. I grew up among French children,
who welcomed me as their own, but when my parents and I returned back to
England when I was 5 years old, I was ridiculed for my French, and so
-wanted to hear nothing of it, until I was older and had to learn French much
+wanted to hear nothing of it, until I was older and had to learn French much
Selena: but you still had a trace of a French accent…
it, and consider the various characters there as my friends.
+++: Moreover, I organised various shows by children at the local parish
-of the Bible, often with a lot of humour thrown it to captivate the crowd. Our
+of the Bible, often with a lot of humour thrown in, in order to captivate the
minister believed that this was blasphemous, so he summoned the local Bishop
to see, who not only enjoyed our shows, but told the priest that we were making
the Bible something living and dynamic, and so it was to be encouraged.
+++: As a result, I quickly became notorious for my shows, which also
-captured the attention of the local nob
elty, the Lords of
+captured the attention of the local nobty, the Lords of