The Chant of Light

There is widespread belief that says that God has abandoned our world due to his disappointment with the sins of his sons and daughters.
During his absence various demons began to gain strength in the battle against the heavens, and managed to create and unleash horrors upon the earth. Monsters and Belial that roam the earth in search of destruction, misery, corruption, death and apostasy.
Centuries have passed since the hand of God has touched the earth; since the last miracle on earth.
The only sympathetic ear left to hear honest prayers are the those of the angels who sit in the halls of heaven trying to calm man’s spirit.

Different Angels have assumed responsibility for the various aspects of the Divinity.

  • Yhizkiel (יחזקיאל) – Justice and punishment
  • Hananel (חננאל) – Wisdom and mercy
  • Gabriel (גבריאל) – Valor and war
  • Lemushi (למושי) – Gospel and prophesy
  • Raphael (רפאל) – Medicine and Birth
  • Shamhiel (שמחיאל \ שם-חי-אל) – Faith and contentment
  • Persiel (פרסיאל) – Culture and law
  • Naa’ana (נענה) – Nature, Beasts and vegetation
  • Strato (סטרטו) – Death and the natural order

The church claims that when The Chant of Light will be heard throughout the land, the Maker will hear the crying of his children, and return to bring salvation from a world ravaged by sin, heretics, Belials and demons.
Yet though the chant is played, salvation is nowhere to be found…

The Chant of Light

Then did I see the whole world spread before me,
Sky-reaching mountains arrayed as a crown,
Kingdoms like jewels, glistering gemstones
Strung across the earth as a necklace of light.
“All this is yours,” spoke the World-maker.
“Join Me in heaven and sorrow no more.”

“World-making Glory,” I cried out in sorrow,
“How shall your children make up for the wrong?
We have forgotten, in ignorance stumbling,
Only your Light in this darkened time breaks.
Call to Your children, teach us your greatness.
What has been forgotten has not yet been lost."

Long was his silence, before it was broken.
“For you, song-weaver, once more I will try.
And To all of my children who venture with wisdom,
If you all just but listen, then I shall arrive”.

“World-making Glory,” I cried out in sorrow,
“How shall your children make up for the wrong?
We have forgotten, in ignorance stumbling,
Only your Light in this darkened time breaks.
Call to Your children, teach us your greatness.
What has been forgotten has not yet been lost."

The Chant of Light

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