The Quest for Paradise (Chapter Four - Provision Made, page 1 of 11)


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Something struck me hard as an internal force the closer I got to the double doors the group was exiting through to the point that it soon felt like I was climbing Mount Everest. My eyes drifted to the two men to either side of the door as the panicked thought that I might be having a heart attack occurred to me.

No, my heart hurt and indeed my whole body felt on the verge of collapse, but whatever the cause was it came from no natural occurrence. Barely managing the force to muster a whisper I asked, "Jesus what am I not seeing?"

Instantly the reality of perceived existence seemed altered in a way that revealed so much more, but put a blur over the physical aspects commonly seen by the eye. The two guards by the door I was headed for were not what they seemed.

I felt a quake of fright sweep through me as I saw the beings cloaked with the outward manifestation of men look at me in a way that did not convey anything that could be remotely called good. All in one it was as if I dimensionally saw both the still forms of the guards standing rigidly at attention in the physical while other dimensional beings of ancient origin stared at me with both a cunning and a lustful quality that was beyond description in the way it rose apprehension within my soul.

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