Act I Heart of Darkness·Pain

Eve’s Fall

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“Eve’s Fall”

Fiction. Based on a True Fall.


“Come child, why does God keep you in this Garden?”

“He loves us.”

“Oh, but he doesn’t. Because if he does, then why would he tell you not to eat from the fruit of knowledge, why would he keep you from the real power He has stored away?”

“Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.”

“Ye shall not surely die.”

(Genesis 3:3-4, KJV)

The serpent added one word that made the difference for Eve.

“Ye shall not surely die.”

Because if God loved Eve, surely he would not allow her to die.

“For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” (Genesis 3:5, NIV)

You will have power like me.

You will be awakened.

You will follow me.  

The For-Bitten Fruit

is the third “I” Awoken.

The judge (superego) and the victim (id).

The conscious self, the soul, is in constant battle to keep itself together here on this earth, shielded and tempered by fire.

But one must understand the ego and its role.

The ego is the heart chakra and when it is transformed, it is able to maintain the equilibrium of the id and the superego to have a dialogue with one another.

The Scar-lett Letter


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B-U- SinWas

They Live

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We are all infected now. Not one of us is spared from the infection of sin.

Pandora’s box has been opened since the fall.

Some are more infected than others. Some have given their entire being over to the fallen ones who now assume their bodies. Some of us have been split into so many alters, we can’t keep track of which alter is the one these entities use to cause havoc among our loved ones.

Some of us have almost completely given up our vessels to be possessed by the fallen ones.

Like Stephanie Meyer’s Hosts, some of us show empathy for these alien inhabitants.

However, Pandora shut the box before the last spirit came out.



Covers us.

Now go forth.

Yes, you may die, in my name.

But it is better to die in my name than to die after you are already dead.

33 Whoever tries to keep their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life will preserve it. (Luke 17:33)

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