The Magic of Hero Academy

Entry 3, Day 13 20:00 Hrs


This week at H.A. was particularly interesting.  We learned of magic, and the power of words and written words.  In one of our lessons we learned of Heka, an Egyptian God whose name meant magic, and through his power created the world with two other gods.  The gods of perception and insight, and the god of authoritative speech.  “The most important of these were the gods Sia, Hu, and Heka. Sia was the power of perception or insight, which allowed the creator to visualize other forms. Hu was the power of authoritative speech, which enabled the creator to bring things into being by naming them.”

My thoughts on this lesson were the following.  If magic therefore is achieving _______ by indirect means, then filling in the blank (authoritative speech) with a powerful word(end goal) must be learned through perception and insight.  Is this not that magic of achieving goals through changing one’s perception?


The Academy’s classes has been excruciatingly grueling.  The constant learning, the constant testing, and the constant increasing of energy and one’s ki to resonate with the earth(which literally can be translated to ki) can be draining.  However, achieving a heightened state of enlightenment to grasp hold of one’s power as a potential hero candidate requires sacrifice, dedication, and separation from one’s old self.  Renewing of the mind is a theory of many biblical and historical texts, one that is especially crucial in accepting, processing, and applying metaphysical information.

Ki, also synonymous with chi, is that which is inside of a human that separates the living from the dead.  If the earth is also synonymous with ki, the same ki that is inside of us, can we not also connect to the force that holds the earth together?  If we were made from the earth can we not resonate fully with it?  Would that force be gravity?  Or something else?  These are questions I have to answer by the end of my first year here as a student.

Well, it’s time to get back to class.  This one at 22:00 hrs is about Creation and Ingenuity.   See you soon.

BlackRhiino, PCE-1

The Heroes of the Academy

The Academy has been around for as long as humans consciousness has existed. It materializes for those willing to put themselves through whatever it takes to achieve the dream they desire.

Once enrolled, the pace moves at twice the speed of normal life outside of the Academy. For every week that passes outside of the Academy, two weeks pass inside. This phenomenon, called the “DREAM Accelerator” also known as the Daily Recourse and Enabler of Action Mechanism, is part of the sleep testing mechanism I touched on in entry one from last week.

This “mechanism” helps the student engage in meditation and lucid dreaming, taking the strongest desires and goals dreamt of by the individual, and processes them into daily activities meant to help clarify and achieve said goals.

This week at the Academy we enrollees spent a majority of time studying previous and current heroes in various genres of life. The Academy takes your mental and physical capabilities, garnered from a test at entry, and amplifies them by placing you under the mentorship of heroes in that category.

Unfortunately, we enrollees at the Academy are banned from using the names of the heroes, as publicity affects their behind the scenes work. However if you dig just enough, you can probably discover who the heroes in your genre are. In studying the heroes closely related to your skill set, you can find a possible entry point into the Academy, as the Academy appears before those who dream.

It’s almost the end of week two at Hero Academy, and I’ve met a few people from my class as well as the Heroes in my division. Some of my heroes spent 10 to 15 years leveling to get to their current state. They travel the world bring hope and positivity wherever they go, and I will strive to be a part of that someday. Until then my status is that of a D1, a Level 1 Dreamer, the lowest on the hero totem pole. After Dreamer Level 5 comes Savant levels 1-5, then Hero Levels 1-20. It’s a long road, but not for the Dedicated. The Dedicated I’d an additional title that also brings special abilities to Heroes as well as those striving for positioning at the S1 level.

Who are some of your heroes?

The Journey Begins

It was a brisk afternoon. A brisk, cold, and miserable afternoon to be exact. The little sunshine that did peek out from behind the clouds was overshadowed by a bitter breeze that would cut your skin in razor-sharp microscopic ways, unseen to the untrained eye, but registered nonetheless in the highly functional computer system we call a brain. I had packed my bags and was finally heading back to where I should have enrolled when I first awoke here on Earth: Hero(Earth) Academy.

Right now, you’re probably trying to figure out if this is a real story, about a real person, and I assure you that assumption is correct. However I must warn you, I cannot write with conventional labels as a registered student at Hero Academy, nor can I associate with this current Earthling system outside of ventures off campus. Oh, and by “awoke I do mean when I first awoke, or became conscious of my standing, position, and duty as a humanoid superhero candidate on this planet.

Before I lose you, I must introduce myself. My name is James, but my Hero Academy code name is BlackRhiino. I do live a very real life here on Earth, in the United States, and have very real interactions with very real people in my city of residence. I received my code name from the Source of information at Hero Academy. I suspect it has something to do with my status as an African-american male, I’m vegan, and my spirit animal is also that of an African black rhino. Yes, the gallery is me, in different chapters of my previous existence as a human on this planet.

If you’re still reading, thank you. As I send these letters from Hero Academy, I hope to share some of Earth’s best secrets in human interaction, brain function, achieving your higher self, and other courses of study from the Academy. Look for the information on a weekly basis. I will be telling you the stories of my quests, given to me by the Academy, and friends that I meet along my journey. My quests will give me the experiences I need to reach my highest form, and when I can, I will share with you those experiences as well.

Due to the strenuous nature of the course workload and lofty experience goals(up to 300,000 experience points for Level 20 Hero), students at the Academy are given extreme warnings about contact with the outside world. Having failed out of the Academy once before, I plan to only send these letters out to this site once a week, as I was told this was my last chance to pass the trials. If I pass the trials, I get granted whatever wish I desire, along with whatever superhero power I want.

Until next week.


p.s. The Source at the Academy states that 1 in every 10 people score the weekly experience points necessary to reach Level 20 hero when in the outside world. Enrolled in the Academy, the process can take anywhere from three to ten years for varying powers to manifest.