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The Psychic Power

A myth submitted to the site by Charly Stevens


The Psychic Power
There was a boy who was not loved by anyone. He was considered to be stupid and useless. His name was Jorstely. People did not know that inside him there was a terrifying and peaceful power. This power was going to be unleashed because of one incidence, the death of his loved ones. See how a good hearted, polite, well-mannered, against violence becomes the full opposites.

It was a night of a joyful occasion where it was the 18th birthday of Jorstely. All of his relatives were present for this particular day. What everyone didn't expect was that a big explosion was going to kill everyone. Arriving at the end of the party, the people living in Jorstely's village had decided to kill him as they were not accepting that someone lives as if he has all rights to do whatever he wants, as they think that the society has put rules that everyone should abide to, which was not the case of Jorstely. The explosion was timed at a time where only Jorstely would be in the house but things didn't happen as they planned and instead of Jorstely, all his relatives died.

As for him his power unleashed at the right time and he was fully protected by a shield of psychic power.

The problem of this power is that it needs anger to work and Jorstely had an infinite anger to give out. He destroyed the whole village and killed one by one all the villagers but yet his anger didn't lose its density or his power. It was now the whole world to bear the mistake of the villagers who couldn't see an angel but created a demon.

By Charly Stevens
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