history, Religious


Machine Assembly begins the day Lucifer is fired from the Father’s project. Since then everything on earth has been sacrificed to construct this apparatus. Millennia of patient assembly leads to today’s precise Pharisaic gears meshing Roman justice with Judas cog to draw Son into Evil’s engine. He is denied even a simple wheel to drag… Continue reading Machine

People, Poetry Friday, Religious


Betrayer I never fit with the eleven. Fishermen, tax collector, even the Carpenter lack my calculating mind. Obviously now a push is needed to make Him show Himself for who He is. The others will thank me from their places by the throne even the J. brothers— getting their mother to ask for left and… Continue reading Betrayer