Well, it’s been one of those days when nothing much has happened.
Before I forget, I’m not neglecting you Craig, I said I would answer your essential question on the matter of life and death here (as a main post) and I will.
But I’ll have more time over the weekend so I will do it then.
You know this is not something you can just talk about lightly. Some points need clarification; an important one being the question of life before death, because the two really go together. Anyway, I’ll leave that for now.
I sorted out some photographs and official papers for my new book this afternoon. It’s funny what you find which you’ve forgotten about.
This book, as I think I may have mentioned elsewhere, is about various religious cults and sects and the potential dangers facing some (especially the young) who have become ensnared by them. Luckily I have accumulated much back up material over the years; I even have an official statement which shows how such ‘dabbling’ into the Unknown can sometimes unbalance the mind. Anyway, that’s an official court document so I shall be publishing that as well.
It’s ironical really, that as far back as 1972, I was writing articles warning people of the dangers of flirting with Satanism.
Part of this article read:
“…for Satanism too, has its priests and adherents, but unlike Christianity, they proclaim their belief in a more deceitful way. Perhaps the bible sums this up best when it says ‘Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the Devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about seeking whom he may devour’ (1 Peter 5 Verse 8.)”
~Islington Gazette 29th September 1972
I might have written those words some 35 years ago now, but, I think in essence they are just as applicable today.
There still exists much evil in the world today, and some gullible people can still fall under its influence; indeed they do.
Had a break from writing today (except this) mainly concentrated on just sorting things out. Still more to do tomorrow. I need a beer!
Once again I have had to delete your comments. I really don’t have time to waste on such matters as I am not here to entertain them in their present form.