September 21, 3289 The all-blood lives! It moves, and survives in suspension. We are to test it on ourselves first, nourishing one limb with its richness. It is not so different from what is used already, only greater. Soon we will gaze upon its many forms directly. — The one we saved has survived well. They were more pleasant when standing before us, kind enough to offer us free dry meats, and the promise of a task on our behalf. Ha! If only they knew what had saved them.