The bees were waiting there, to show me how to get to that planet, and meet my victim.
The witnessing cliffs slide by, a papyrus so rough it was rejected by scholars, and sent down to the children, to scribble on as they wish.
Through the Earth and Beyond:
Someone is watching with him, through a pair of cross-time eyes that strangely resemble those of his grandfather, James Hive-Maker, as Hive-Maker will appear at a singular moment in the (at that time) future life of Zoltan Abbassid.
At the end of this vision, Jacob finds himself walking again in a dark world, heading inexorably towards someplace that he cannot name, a planet with a waiting victim.