Anonymous (18/ 26/ 12( Sun) 03: 24 til
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I remember when we took our first step upon the moon. For millenia we had looked upon her as a merciful goddess, who gifted us with light in the darkness and the rule to measure our years. What bounty of life did she hold, we wondered, when we discovered our world was a sphere?
Then we invented telescopes, and found herto possess not an alien world offodd white fire, but the rough beauty ofthe highest, most barren mountains.
Even though our imaginations had failed us, we still sought to visit her, this great beautiful land that had occupied our nights and dreams since the dawn of our species. From boats to great hotmail balloons, we struggled to reach the land that we could never touch. Then came
the wars, the terrible wars, and we found ourselves thrust out of our gentle lives. Great new weapons were forged, new realms of science uncovered. And the secret of discovered.
When I finally reached her, after travelling for three days aboard my tiny rocket pod, I touched down in one ofthe great basalt seas that dotted the moon' s surface. And there, I found the first signs ofline on the moon. Ahac in brilliant colors, a ship much larger and more alien than my own, and a bronze plaque
bearing the image of a world and an unknown language.
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Anonymous (18/ 26/ 12( Sun) 03: 25 El
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When we tested the dust upon these artifacts, we came to a startling conclusion. They were more than four million years old, the product of a civilization little more advanced than ours. The world on the plaque was unrecognizable except to paleontologists, as the state of our continents and
seas in the distant past, when our race had swum through primordial seas. Imagine! Some other life had lived and breathed and thought and touched the heavens, and vanished, yet still, its creations endured upon the merciful Moon.
When we walked the restored surface of Ewes, we bore the inscription upon the plaque with us, engraved upon our ships. When we sailed the endless skies , we bore the inscriptions upon our . When we launched turfiest interstellar spaceship, she bore the inscription upon
her bow and carried the plaque upon her bridge. And when we made first contact, we learned what the conscription said.
We came in peace, for all mankind."