Scraps from Victor Lazlo's Diary published in 1987
these years later as I read my diary notes of this case, I am struck by the
sudden coincidence I just noticed. It is extremely exciting and I must keep my
feet firmly on the ground. I need to look into a few things further. I must
quickly note down my thoughts before I forget them for later research. At the
time of the investigation, one of the leads which we came across, which we did
not pursue for long because we thought it had nothing to do with the
investigation, was the mention in an old manuscript of disembodied heads.
I remember correctly I was reading upon the uses of blood in occult rituals and
which demons were said to feed on blood. Many years after this case I was told
by an oriental alchemist about the eastern immortality rituals.
memory must be playing tricks with me, but could it be that in the west we had
people pursuing similar goals, and did blood play a role in this pursuit.
have forgotten much of what I researched at the time but it seems I am missing
something obvious, it doesn't matter for now because it will come back to me. It
will come as no surprise to me if this new research of mine reveals that people
in the west were seeking elusive immortality just as the people in the orient
pursued it. Same goal, similar but totally different methods used to achieve it?
I must look into this further. The excitement I am feeling right now is tangible
as I think that all those years ago I had possibly been holding a text that
could proof this hypothesis.
that the old manuscript, which seemed extremely old, was burnt in a fire soon
after we looked at it. The fire in the museum was said to be deliberate and
oddly enough from that moment on, I always had a feeling that I was being
watched, possibly even in danger. It was after that case that I took Jay on,
ostensibly as my assistant but really as my protector because after that case a
few strange incidents occurred. Incidents like my house being searched and me
having the constant feeling of being followed and watched, led me to rethink the
dangers posed by my occupation. To
this day I have not lost that feeling of being watched, always being on the edge
of danger. I have always dismissed it as a side effect of being in the
paranormal business. Recently though as I collate my notes on this case and
prepare it for the book I am writing this unease has increased. To such a degree
that as soon as this book is published Jay and I are taking a break. Well what
counts as a holiday for me at least, I think Jay said we were going to do some
meditation exercises at some Native Burial mound sites, which I had wanted to
study for a while now."
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