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YOUR BODY IS MY PRISON
WE ALL ARE BODY PRISONERS.
Humanoids from Cassiopeia don’t feel pain and they have chosen Earth
as a perfect place for punishment of their criminal offenders. The
soul of a perpetrator has to suffer and die with its human host in
order to learn
about pain and gain an appreciation of a life. An eighteen-year-old
from Florida, Michelle, enjoys fiction and UFO footage videos. Her
biggest dream is to meet an alien from another world and feel
connected to the universe. She is chosen to be a host for Tavy, a
young alien murderer.
At first, Michelle likes being a host, but later she is annoyed that
Tavy is always there in her life with his unwanted comments. Tavy
feels everything she does, as a second soul in her body. Her personal
path lies with Tavy’s as she tries to help the alien prisoner to
achieve his dream. The body prisoner believes that he must return to
Cassiopeia. They both have to experience different executions and
deaths in other people’s bodies when she
is asleep. Tavy discovers many weird things about Earth. Michelle had
wondered before Tavy, why aliens don't contact humans. She finds the
answer during bloody nightmares, when she and Tavy learn about creepy
rituals and traditions people of the modern day still practice.
Michelle learns from a strange book she finds about dream travel and
The book teaches how to release the needed energy to control
nightmares. Michelle tries very hard to achieve this. She learns that
dreams are a different variation of reality.
Michelle can travel in her dreams, control her dreams, and her body
is not her prison anymore. But perhaps we all are body prisoners in a