Happy Halloween! In the spirit of Halloween, I thought this would be an interesting reading...
A. As I tune into this I see a tribe of Native Americans surrounding this town. They hide in the woods and just watch as this town gets built. The thing is that this tribe moves in such a quiet and stealthy way, I hear they are "like whispers" in the night. These townspeople don't do anything without being watched over by this group. And the townspeople are oblivious to their existence.
Back at this Indian tribe's base (for lack of a better word) I see the chief sitting around a fire. He is adorned in a feather headdress and smoking a pipe. He is talking to what feels like the higher people in their society (there is a group of about 10) and expressing his concerns of the Europeans (they had another name that starts with a "c" but I cannot hear it clearly). He does not want the land harmed, trees cut and their hunting ground thinned by these new inhabitants. He sees them as a threat and feels he needs to take them out to prevent further destruction. They decide to sit, watch and wait. I also see this Chief believing that he will get some kind of "sign" when the time is right (they are very grounded with "Mother Earth").
As the winter weather approached it looks like many of the townspeople became ill. I cannot tell if it was due to some kind of virus, or if it was because of lack of nutrition (food was tough during that winter). The natives knew that with a good majority of them ill and hungry (and they didn't want their food taken), it was a good time to act, but rather than an all out war with the Europeans with their "fancy" technology (for the time), it was better to pick off small sections to let their presence not be detected.
It got to be where the Europeans thought the outskirts of their colony was haunted because if someone went out there, they didn't come back. Food became an even bigger issue because they couldn't go to the woods to hunt, or they wouldn't come back. Occasionally some of the natives would go into the colony, pick off a few Europeans and quickly return to the woods. When I ask how they hid the bodies, or how did they keep the Europeans from realizing what happened, I get that the natives would take the bodies with them (and there was an element of cannibalism as punishment for taking from the earth without giving back) which further made these disappearances more mysterious to the town.
Finally, by mid to late winter the townspeople are starving, weak, many ill and cold. There were so worn down they could not fight back. At that time the natives fought like nothing the Europeans had ever witnessed. The natives took some bodies and left some behind as a way to deliver a message to anyone who might return.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-