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Why Is There No Peace and Happiness for Mortals on the Earth?

In a time and in a dimension long ago and now, Demiurge (the creator god) and the supreme Mother of Light that resides in the eighth heaven begat a child called Sabaoth (the god of the Jews) to rule the seventh heaven. Sabaoth then begat Abaddon (the devil, Satan). Sabaoth placed the devil on the Earth, which reside in one of the lower of the seven heavens of the Archons to rule. The soul of humans is the food that the Archons cannot live without.

Demiurge was not pleased that Sabaoth should place Abaddon on the Earth without conferring with him and ordered Sabaoth to remove the devil from the Earth. Both Sabaoth and Abaddon made every effort to convince Demiurge that a demented and horrific seed were now beginning to sprout in the minds of their worshippers (the Jews and Arabs) that will keep the Earth at its lowest state of radiance and in a constant state of turmoil.

Sabaoth also argued that the heavens are fixed in their place and that no heaven should be allowed to ascend to a higher level of presence. In all council, Abaddon agreed with his father until the patience of Demiurge began to wax very thin of hearing them. It is when Demiurge was reaching the end of his endurance in hearing the arguments of Sabaoth and Abaddon for fixed heavens that the supreme Mother of light intervened.

Using light, the supreme Mother of light rejuvenated the failing spirit of Demiurge from being persuaded by the arguments of Sabaoth and Abaddon that the heavens should remain fixed and ordered Abaddon to leave the Earth. Both Sabaoth and Abaddon fell into a rage over this order by Demiurge and sought to kill the supreme Mother of light that dwells in the eighth heaven and have great power and influence over all the heavens and their seats and powers.

Leaving their place in the seventh heaven Sabaoth and Abaddon entered the eighth heaven in the guise of crawling things that slip into a house through cracks in its walls. The design of Sabaoth was to rape, sodomize, and then kill the supreme Mother of light (his mother), whereas, Abaddon simply wanted to kill her (his grandmother) and take her head back to the seventh heaven as a trophy. Neither Sabaoth nor Abaddon took into account that the supreme Mother of light is complete awareness and knew of their devilish scheme even before they set out to commit it.

With just a little power the supreme Mother of light demolished both Sabaoth and Abaddon without bruising a fingernail. She then sealed Sabaoth with unremitting lying lips and chained Abaddon to his worshipers (the Jews and Arabs) with a band that cannot be broken. After this, the supreme Mother of light cast Sabaoth and Abaddon out of her sight by binding them to the Earth and fastening them to their worshippers (the Jews and Arabs) until the time of the beginning when she will refresh the heavens and root out all imperfections that are within it.

Degraded and defaced by the supreme Mother of light, Sabaoth and Abaddon sought to become a terror on the inhabitants of the Earth and fill every hour of their lives with conflicts and misery. But the supreme Mother of light placed a shield around the inhabitants of the Earth that Sabaoth and Abaddon could not penetrate. At that time a fine mist watered the land and the people were as huge as giants with radiant skin and muscles bulging from without and within. Their building tools were their thoughts and with their thoughts they could move from here to there.

In a garden that was very pleasant a woman by the name of Eve lived. This garden was set apart from the rest of the world because Eve was a special build that was to live and bring forth fruits without mixture. On a sunny day, Eve closed her eyes and brought forth a man from between her legs. Demiurge gathered the man that Eve created and took him away, only to bring him back in a moment of time to be the mate that Eve will engage to populate the Earth with her kind. The man of Eve was of age when Demiurge brought him back to her and Demiurge shielded Eve’s mind from the remembrance that the man had come forth from her.

In the evening of the day, Sabaoth would approach Eve and tell her of the wonders of the seven heavens and how she could partake of these wonders if she would mate with him. Eve enjoyed hearing of the wonders of the seven heavens but felt that his proposition to mate with him was repugnant. Day after day Sabaoth approached Eve with many pleasantries of words but could not persuade her to mate with him.

At this point Eve had not been given to the man in marriage, that would come when another event happened that compelled Demiurge to expel both Eve and the man from the pleasant garden and fend for themselves. Also at this point, the Jews and Arabs were still in the loins of Sabaoth and were not yet manifest on Earth in the flesh. Abaddon also desired the woman Eve yet kept still as Sabaoth attempted to woo her.

Now it came that on a certain day Eve decided that she wanted to know everything and charmed the man into going down with her on this quest for knowledge. Upon seeing what Eve had done Demiurge promptly told her to pack her bags and get out of the garden.

After referring to the supreme Mother of light about Eve, Demiurge persuaded her into removing her shield of protection from Eve as punishment for her disobedience. As Eve is the first, by default the shield of protection was also removed from the man.

Some time after being sent from the garden Eve and the man got into a heated disagreement concerning who was in charge. In anger, Eve walked in one direction and the man in another so that they may catch their breaths and cool off.

Both Sabaoth and Abaddon was intently observing this confrontation between Eve and the man and when the two went in different directions to cool their tempers Sabaoth confronted Eve along the way with soothing words of support and encouragements. Now that the shield of protection was gone from her the foolish words of Sabaoth started to make a little more sense to Eve.

As far as looks go, Sabaoth was definitely not a second glance but he possessed the gift of gab that caused one to take note of him. Now remember that the supreme Mother of light had sealed Sabaoth with an exceedingly lying mouth and his lies were so convincing in their recital that they could easily be digested as being nothing else but the truth.

At this point, Eve was still in her innocence as far as knowledge and experience were concerned and she still had a very trusting spirit. The concept of being told an untruth was as alien to Eve as the demands of the man that he should be on top of her during copulation.

Hearing their voices Abaddon came closer so that he may eavesdrop on Eve and Sabaoth. Hiding behind a tree Abaddon watched with horror as Sabaoth discreetly placed a hand on one of Eve’s thighs and slowly begin to caress it.

Alerted by the touch of his hand Eve pushed Sabaoth in the chest to get him away from her. Eve then reminded Sabaoth that it was unlawful for him to do such a thing as it is not permitted that different beings should mix. Sabaoth told Eve that that law only applied when she was in the garden and that she can greatly increase her knowledge by copulating with him.

Eve was not convinced by these words and turned her face from Sabaoth and walked away. Although technically still a babe, Eve seem to possess an insight that will be a challenge to him, Sabaoth pondered as he watched Eve walking away. Sabaoth turned abruptly to face the sound of footsteps that he heard approaching him while he studiously watched Eve walking away. It was Abaddon coming near with a grand grimace aimed towards Sabaoth on his face.

A heated argument ensued between Sabaoth and Abaddon over Eve. Abaddon proclaimed that he is in love with Eva, whereas, Sabaoth only wants to use her for his pleasure. Sabaoth sought to force his authority over Abaddon but Abaddon rebelled against his father because of his jealousy and lust for Eve.

Sabaoth and Abaddon quickly engaged into hand-to-hand combat and Abaddon prevailed over his father. As a prize for his victory over Sabaoth, Abaddon took over the control of the Jews and Arabs but granted Sabaoth the guardianship of their mouths. After much beseeching to Demiurge and the supreme Mother of light, Sabaoth was eventually permitted to return to the seventh heaven but was given a much lower rank than before.

On a certain day, Abaddon disguised himself as an angel of light and approached Eve when she was alone. Before Eve’s eyes, Abaddon shape-shifted between a glorious heavenly being and a creature of the Earth that Eve was very familiar with, a serpent that was mystical in its appearance.

Eve became mesmerized by the form transitions of Abaddon that started slowly and increased in pace as they talked. Eve had never seen such a thing before and it hypnotized her as it dazzled her. Abaddon’s low, deep voice was like the rhythm section to his form transitions that increased in tempo with each change in form.

Eve was so absorbed by what she was experiencing that she was unaware that Abaddon was steadily inching closer to her. Then a cry of fright and pain echoed through the trees and the barren land as Abaddon viciously seized Eve and sexually assaulted her. Hearing the cries of Eve, the supreme Mother of light opened a window to other dimensions and screamed in horror upon seeing the ghastly sight of her daughter being sexually violated by Abaddon.

Nothing such as this had ever happened in the heavens before and all eyes were shocked into stillness upon seeing and hearing this gruesome affront to personal dignity that was taking place on the Earth. “Forever cursed are you and your worshippers this day for the vile inflict that you have inflicted upon my precious daughter Eve Abaddon. You have bruised her heel bitterly but she will smash your head into pieces and scatter you where no one can find you.” Said the supreme Mother of light, and continued.

“For a moment you and your disciples will rule the Earth, and after that, Eve will lay her hands on you and you will plead for a way of escape but Eve will violate you with a magnificent violation and then turn you into ashes from within. You do exceedingly great damage to many, and cry like a baby when you are hurt.” Says the supreme Mother of light.

“Your weeping and your moaning will avail you nothing except the terrible vengeance of Eve when her appointed hour falls upon you and she rips your ears from their drums. Have a good day because the Sun is setting on you and no more will you ever be known in the heavens above and the hell below.” This is the judgment that the supreme Mother of light pronounced on Abaddon and his worshippers (Jews and Arabs) for the accursed thing that he has done.

And this is why there is no peace and happiness for mortals on the Earth, for now, because Eve is damn mad that the children of the Earth have allowed the lying mouth and the partisans of the devil to persuade and have rule over them. Her enmity toward Abaddon is a smoldering furnace that embraces the world that he governs.

Eve know every one of her children by their name and their number and she wants all of her peoples to know that the followers of the Torah and the Koran are blasphemies that were forced upon her by the malevolence of their ruler Abaddon, and therefore, are not of her but of a parasite that wormed its way inside of her.

On a day that is here and not quite yet, Eve will place the garment that she wore when she was desecrated by Abaddon over the Earth, and when she pulls it away, the garment and the Earth will be cleansed and unspoiled as never before. At that time there will be peace and happiness on the Earth and all of its creatures will wax beautifully.

Note: “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” is a song written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach for the 1969 film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Recorded by B. J. Thomas