Friday, May 1, 2020

Davy Jones' Locker: Souls lost at Sea

"Aye, it a mighty fine locker to stay at." Captain

Below are pictures from two different National Geographic show about stuff hidden under the sea that I was watching while I shelter in place.
In the record, as the Winchester Mystery House is used to store souls on dry land, Davy Jones' Locker is used for souls lost at sea. There is a Captain that sails the open seas to collect the souls.

As I watch the National Geography show on the Titanic, many folks who drowned on the ship start to wave at me from the ship. I wave back. In the record, the Titanic is one of the safe location for souls lost at sea to reside.

Above is a picture from the National Geographic show about the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. Of the 900 men who jumped into the water, 600 die in the water from exhaustion dehydration and shark attacks.

From below the treading sailors, the shark watched both the human soul and the shoulder avatar of the human. Once the shoulder avatar left the human, the shark immediately attacked the human to drown them. The soul is then loaded on the Captain's ship. In the record, the soul needed to be rescue before it becomes corrupt.

2020 May 2 - grammar and added link 
2023 July 25 - changed font, reposted pics

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