Part one. Chapter two – 4.

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Part one. Chapter two – 3.

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Part two. Chapter two. Flights in tunnels.

The soft currents left us in the forest. A bridge and a river were visible behind the trees, and behind the bridge situated a manor and a garden.

Delfina was not with us.

“Where is she?” I asked, looking around.
“Disappeared,” Daniella replied. “Maybe she turned up somewhere behind the trees?”

We looked around, however, we found no one.

Then Daniella and I came out of the forest and walked across the bridge. The iron double gates of the garden turned up in front of us. It was locked. Continue reading

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Part one. Chapter two – 2.

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Part two. Star Universe. Chapter one. The first starfall.

I was looking out the window at new night, snow-covered mountains and forest, when suddenly a heavy starfall began over the forest. Bright stars were falling from the night sky. I felt there the same strong Presence of Dad, as far as strong this starfall was.

Daniella went and looked out the window. At this time many portals were opening in various places.

“Many portals are opening around,” Daniella said.
“They are opening because of the Presence of Dad,” I said.

One of the portals opened right in the room where we stood.

Then we went through the portal and we turned up in the mansion next to the starfall. Continue reading

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Chapter twelve. The Meeting.

At the home manor Daniella and I went along the corridor that led to my parents’ castle. After the corridor we appeared in a room with soft carpets on the floor and on the walls.
We passed several rooms and appeared in a room with soft sofas and pillows.
On one sofa my dad and mom sat. Me and parents hugged.

“Sonny, babies,” they said, looking at Daniella. “You arrived on time. Sit down and tell where you are going.”
Daniella and I sat down on the soft sofa and I said,
“We are going to the Castle of Meeting with Dad.”
“Then I will tell to you how to get there,” dad answered.
“We are in a mountain valley,” he was telling. “Here, look out the window.”

He showed a hand at the window.
Daniella and I looked there and saw the valley and mountains, surrounding the valley. On the other side of the valley another castle stood.

“The passage to the Castle of Meeting opens in the mountains at the end of the valley,” dad was continuing to tell. “To open it, it is necessary for it to rain from little stars all over the valley and then the little stars falling to the ground will transform it and the passage in the transformed mountains will open. Continue reading

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Chapter eleven. The white stone castle.

We were approaching to the white stone castle in the middle of the hills, surrounded by the forest.
The coach, harnessed by horses and guided by the White Sister, passed along the large bridge and appeared at the courtyard.
We went out the coach and behind the White Lady entered under the vaults of the castle.
The White Lady led us to the throne hall and sat down on the throne.

“Dad’s Beloved, to move further, you must see the lands where the Castle of Meeting is placed,” the Lady Alva pronounced. – On the upper floors of my castle all the windows, if to open them, show the traveler other areas to reach.
Open one of the windows and go down there on the rope ladder to see the lands where the Castle of Meeting is placed.” Continue reading

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Chapter ten. The White Lady.

I looked out a window and saw that the manor we were in was surrounded by a garden. Behind the garden a high stone fence rose that surrounded the manor. Numerous hills stretched beyond the stone fence, and beyond the hills I saw the white stone castle of the White Lady Alva.

I was attracted to the white stone castle because there was the even greater Presence of Dad than here, however going there through the hills would be too long. There was still an opportunity to attract here the Lady Alva, so she herself came and took us. It only remained to understand how to do this.

“Let’s go and take a look,” I said.
“Let’s go,” Daniella answered.

We went out at the courtyard and saw several swings at the playground, horizontal bars and a large sand-box. In the center of the courtyard was a planetarium. Further there was a large gates in the stone fence. Continue reading

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Chapter nine. The castle in the rock.

Daniella and I went through the portal after her and appeared in the night garden. Everywhere there were trees. The garden was surrounded by a high stone wall, and in the center of garden hills and rocks were situating, and a castle with tall towers was there.

There was also a two-storied building in the garden.

A girl was standing under a garden tree and smiled.

Lavina approached her and asked,
“Who are you?”
“I am the Guide to the castle in the rock, which was built by the Architect,” the girl answered.
“Say, Guide,” Lavina pronounced. “Is the Architect in the castle in the rock now?”
“Yes.”
“If you are the Guide to the castle, then say another thing to us: how to get to the castle?”
“To get to the castle in the rock, you have to go through the garden and caves. To find the doors to the caves, start with this building,” the Guide showed to the house in the garden, “and Spirit of Dad will show you, that to do next.”
And I will watch your searches.” Continue reading

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Chapter eight. The castle in the forest.

In this chapter we have finally found out who such the Mysterious Traveler is.

We entered the tunnel and went along it until we were in a large cave with columns. Several unharnessed coaches stood in the depths of cave with columns. One coach stood with four horses. Waves ran through the walls of the cave from time to time. Two passage-ways with stairs were left and right, and ahead there was a large arch.

We entered through a large arch, passed several apartments and appeared in a throne hall, where Lavina, the Keeper of the Castle in the Forest, sat on a throne. Lavina, the Keeper of the Castle in the Forest, smiled.

“Welcome, guests, to the castle in the forest,” the Keeper said. “You wanted to meet with Dad and for this you are need to go through the portals.”

The Keeper showed with hand to the high arches in the walls, placed on all perimeter of the throne hall. Inside each arch was a closed door.

“Portals will open, when I take you with me, but to go away from here, I must leave the Heiress who will become the Keeper of the Castle in the Forest after me.
Therefore, you must go to the forest and look for my Heiress. Continue reading

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