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Saturday, 4 May 2019

Bites

May the 4th at 19:50:

Kindly also see my next post: The scorpion is dead.
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Ai believe, a few weeks back, aI was subjected to both a venomous scorpion, biting me, and a venomous snake, biting me, both creatures foreign in Scandinavian fauna. It could have happened since aI am hypnotized. Ai could have been set out by a voice in my apartment, from a source hidden from me, or by a flash on the screen on my computer or cell phone, and directed to open my front door with my shoes off. Outside there is a small veranda, with no hiding places for small creatures. It is possible. Ai have no memory of it. Ai feel the pain, though, in my legs, and aI see the scares.

The photo to the left, of my left foot, was taken Friday April the 26th 2019, and the photo to the right, of my right foot, was taken Saturday May the 5th 2019.

What snake it might have been, aI don't know. Obviously, it has three fangs, and aI believe not many snakes have. Over a few days, the foot increased in size, and and it felt weak. Ai could easily walk on it, and aI could move my toes, though. Using shoes, a could not. Occasionally, the foot has itched, a lot. Itched, so that aI have been almost desperate about it. And the blood on my bed sheet looked like being rust red. And occasionally, the foot felt like being arrested, in a way. Stared at. Stiff. And the scares from the fangs must be deep, since they never vanish. The poison of that creature in my body is foreign, and not wanted, and a feel the body reacts to it as threatening hostility which must be fought. And over three weeks, or so, the swelling of the foot has decreased. Ai still feel as if there is an identity in the foot, raging. And aI still produce saliva with bubbles in it. Ai am confident, though, that thing my body will get rid of, by the work of God.

What scorpion hit my right foot, aI don't know, either. The scar is on the left side of the foot, where the big toe is beginning, and as you see from the photo, aI have an outgrowth there, of cartilage. Ai believe some of my relatives in the Woje family have. So there is not much skin. Even so, the scar feels deep, and for a long time aI considered if a receiver of energy was operated in there, and later aI considered if that scar could be an incident of corns. The skin is too thin, though, for either. The poison of that creature must have reached the bone, and occasionally aI feel a sting in that area, as if from an electrical source. When aI use a small 9 volt battery around the wound, with both poles pressed on the skin, aI might "get" the identity of the foreign, and the isolated pain of the energy loose rises a bit, before it goes away. That identity, though, in my body, aI feel, has come to stay. It does not feel threatening.

That snake was and is devilish. That scorpion was and is girlish, the girl by God raging, determined on executing.

Ai have no knowledge of it, and even so, aI feel both creatures were set lose in the small forest east of my neighbourhood, which aI lately have "ryddet", as we say in Norwegian about clearing the forest, for it to be a playground for children. When aI began doing so, quickly after aI felt the foots being tempered with, the temperature rose to be quite high, and relatively, very high, for April to be, in Norway. In two days, the daytime temperature rose from just above 40°F to around 66°F. Later, the living conditions for those creatures has declined. For days, now, the temperature has been just above the freezing point, and it has been wet, and it has even been snowing, a little, so on the ground, it has been cold. That snake, whatever it is, must have died in those circumstances. The scorpion, though, aI suspect will acclimatize. If my notion is correct, that means a new specie has been introduced to the Scandinavian fauna, given there was more than one, or two, creatures released. And if my notion is correct, that forest, being playground for children, is protected by those creatures, being poisonous scorpions. Ai will not tell parents what to think or do, in that respect. Ai believe those scorpions, if they really are there, will seek uprooted trees, especially, for protection and nesting. Ai believe, though, Jesus Christ, our Father in Heaven, let us have that forest for a purpose, and that God is protective.

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2 comments:

  1. Ai have changed my mind. Ai have written about it, on several blog posts elsewhere, and what aI have come to see, is that it is impossible that a scorpion can survive the environment which lately has been in Trondheim. We have scorpion like creatures, in the Nordic countries. We have crabs and lobsters. Those are adapted to a steady environment with a certain temperature. A scorpion alone, set loose in the Norwegian fauna, has no chance of surviving, when the cold sets in.

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    1. That comment above, beginning with "ai have changed my mind," is by me, Anders. Ai used a browser to post it by which aI am not signed into Google. Ai am sorry about that.

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