I had a vision. I was standing on a street in a clean San Francisco. It looked almost like a movie set, perhaps. That overrefined look. Macabe was standing on the street as a handsome overfit male in his early 30s, he had a reserved brown vest, white-collar shirt, and oversized black rich overcoat; then he screamed,” Hear us, Eric, you ask what we want from the reset of our moment, here it is.” Macabe said; then in the wind, a voice whispered,” Make it like this.” Then he slammed this large gold pole on the ground, the ground shuttered like an earthquake, and all these beautiful colors swirled around him, surrounded his space, and made him into a massively large Chinese Lion, a Foo Dog, fluffy head, huge beady eyes, and massive teeth. His happy head bobbed back and forth.
“Dancing Queen” From ABBA begins to play and play throughout the entire Parade (Play it as you read.)
Then the parade began—our parade, happy, gay, sweet, nice. We danced as we slowly walked down the street dressed in full guard. Most of those dancing with flags were Gurkhas fully dressed in Nepal colors. The Gurkhas had both swords and bows on their sides, and the Gurkhas marched as one force while behind them was a barrage of multi figures. Some were Samurais, Vikings, and a few Civil War Soldiers, just waving their colorful flags as they marched down the street while red confetti fell.
Then as the song played:” Friday night and the lights are low. Looking out for a place to go. Where they play the right music, getting in the swing, You come to look for a King.” ABBA-Dancing Queen
Everyone in the parade in that moment of the song, the roaring crowd, the very colorful dressed soldiers, the fireworks exploding in the background, everyone turned and pointed to Macabe. This massive large Chinese Lion is dancing down the street. He blushed for a second, eyes fluttering, then waved his paws as he thought,” Oh, it’s me, isn’t it.” Then he continued to dance with his mega head bobbing every which way. The ground at that moment began to shake a bit, but that was OK. His footing was contained. (Hint Maybe an Earthquake in California? Just saying.)
Macabe continued down the street and saw something to the left of him. Macabe frowned. He looked in the dark and saw a demon hurting woman, he pointed with his paw, and everyone marching in the parade pointed to the space while dancing. Macabe kept shaking his head in disappointment. No, No. Out of nowhere, 1000s of lions raced with enormous speed from all parts of San Francisco to this one spot and consumed the demon. With rage, they fought over the demon’s flesh. The women safely left, waving thank you to Macabe. He just smiled. Then the lions scurried away, and then he would point his paw again and again, and the crowds became so huge to see such an odd sight, just to see Macabe dance with his Armada dealing with everything around it. He just kept dancing as the moon above was an eclipse. Each time striking enemies around the dark space. He would dance for the world. Then missiles flew from the darkness towards us, but the Gurkhas raised their arrows and then the arrows flew with flawless precision striking multiple places across the world. The strike would create a massive lightning storm on the ground at first, and then a beautiful multi-color glow grew from the ground. Macabe waved the missiles away with his big furry paws, still dancing to ABBA, as he continued to dance with such happy passion.
Then he reached the end of the road. A hidden enemy walked by him to end the story. He danced for a good time, though, 9 days perhaps. He reminded everyone, all of us around the world, that even in the darkest hour, the spiritual realm stands with you. Ready to fight at your side for all that is righteous and noble. Of course, we do! Do we need the right tune? Then perhaps, we can dance together and forever! Then at the very end of the road, he roared in the night sky with everything he had.
Above in the depths of the heavens was Great Ka, Macabes General, dressed in full guards, like a fully dressed general of the King. Next to him was Apollo. He had his Bow and Arrow.
“Strike Now Apollo! Now!” Ka yelled.
” For the King!” Apollo whispered. Then the arrow flew.
The vision panned back to see Macabe happily saying goodbye. Waving at everyone with his mega paws. Then it ended. On the ground at the beginning of the street was a Parade Poster, dirtied by the ground. A young boy, in excitement, picked it up. He kept the poster that read” Macabe Has Returned.” He pondered when was he here the first time? Then the sky panned back to the night sky as the” Dancing Queen” slowly faded out.
A “Stage” Prediction.