The Mythology in a Cosmology of Light #21: The Vanity of the Strangle-Hold
Dumb-founded by the continual descents of light apparent in the ever-more resplendent architectures of fourfoldness, and hungry to exercise their grip, just as they had in ages-old when titan-matter was the norm, the sons of darkness surfaced with force to gain control of the miracle of the cell.
Their means and ways had remained intact in their bosom or origin, and they effectively mobilized these to seep into the dynamics of the cell. Little did they realize how strategic a victory this would be. For, all manner of cell-based life — plants and animals and humans and various other peoples across the universe whose foundation was this master-emergence — were yet to surface.
Their victory would lock cell-based creation into a stranglehold so severe that for eons life would be stunted, essentially accustomed to perceiving only darkness and on rare occasion noticing light. This was the ultimate and ever-present paradox — having emerged from light, being of the nature of light, surrounded by and filled with light, life yet would be overwhelmingly blind to it.
Because of this stranglehold, doubt and fear and anger and anxiety, amongst a hundred other restricting movements, would be alive to maintain darkness and smallness and keep the light from becoming aware of itself.
But such awareness is inevitable.
The secret of c, the c-World embryo, the birth of space-time-energy-gravity, the ever-present priest, amongst other antecedent light-based deities who all accompanied Her in the descent, would assure the vanity of the stranglehold…