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Surrendering Into Darkness (Automatic Writing)

March 15, 2013

The Light left me to the deathly hallow of the shadowlands, lost in a decaying world of phantoms and demons, I was eaten alive by the resurrection of Christ. He abandoned me to be left forlorn and forgotten by the man who sits at the right side of Almighty. Fucked. Fathomed. Shafted but pleasantly surprised at the truth of the nature. 

Or is it nurture?

We will never know the Truth of sentencing but at last my body convulses with relaxed pleasure. It is over. My sense of self returns to the point of the first resurrection and I know that I am Him now. I am the One sent to heal the sick and the poor. I am the One who was supposed to heal –


Physician heal thyself and know this to be true. Healer walk with open wounds and know that you are protected in the Light of darkness – they are one and the same. They are – TRUTH.

Know this. Feel this. And so it is.


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