Skipped Lines of Telepathy

When I am relaxed enough, I can skip lines even during telepathy. It’s like skipping through data found on memory nodes pretty fast. Today, in the morning, I asked myself if my package was outside or not. I then told myself to check first; at the same time, I thought that it was not there. When I opened the door, I ended up finding a package. I picked it up while admitting to myself that I was wrong for some reason. I ripped it open and found stuff that I never ordered. I looked at the name and realized that the package was addressed to someone else. This is when I realized why my mind said “No” when I asked myself if my package is there. It never really checked if another package was sitting there or not. It skipped that step and said “No”. There are times in real life when I introduce myself to someone while skipping some lines that others kind of see. But, I don’t do this on purpose. Only specific people are somehow chosen this way; and, I know something else is choosing them. So far, it has worked out pretty well. Mutant “Fractal” a.k.a. LucidStereo aces again!

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