Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Invasion of Jewels

You know what the Jewel of Odan is, don’t you? No? Well, let me give you a short history lesson.

The first Jewel of Odan was found in King Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1923. The first victim was a college student volunteering on the site. He held the Jewel and did what most college boys do: thought about girls. The Jewel of Odan transformed the young man instantly into a girl. The Jewel was handled with care by the archaeologists after that.

Later research indicated it was the metal that provided the special powers to the Jewel. Rumors about similar artifacts existing around the world were never proven, but there is compelling evidence they exist. (Certain boys disappearing at the same time a new girl comes to town would at least raise suspicion.)

No one knows if more than one Jewel of Odan was found in King Tutankhamen’s tomb. The record only indicates one was found, but again, there is evidence more than one may have been unearthed. The special metal is the interesting part of our story today.

With the new-found acceptance of TG people in society, it was popular to “come out”, even if one temporarily to review your own deep inner feelings. Rumor has it a Jewel of Odan was melted and added to thousands of smaller medallions. It seems even a small amount of an original Jewel of Odan works as well as the original.

Want proof there are thousands of Jewels? Consider this. Waves of transformations have swept the nation. College guys are dropping faster than grades after a weekend binge party. No less than twenty thousand young men have disappeared to be replaced with very perky, happy young ladies occupying the same dorm room as the missing man.

Look at Beth here. She lives where Brady used to live. Brady is nowhere to be found. When she is questioned she only giggles. See what I mean? Perky. Happy.

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