TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama

DIVIDED: #17 - Did You Have to Separate Them?

May 06, 2021 V. Morrow Season 2 Episode 17
TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama
DIVIDED: #17 - Did You Have to Separate Them?
Show Notes Transcript

SET YOUR MIND on things above with TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama. AND NOW the ADVENTURE CONTINUES with DIVIDED--The Days of Peleg.

Bow to the Image! Has the whole world gone mad? Or is there something wrong with a statue that speaks and the giant man who makes the people worship it? Peleg is virtually alone in his misgivings. Meanwhile, all the rest of Shinar follows the mighty hunter Nimrod in building a Tower to reach the gates of heaven and even the Ancient One Himself. Could the mysterious encounters and cruel whispers heard since the Tower Temple's construction lead to something good? To Peleg the matter is simple, find someone who remembers the truth, someone who still hears The Voice—before it's too late. So, Peleg embarks on a journey to learn the secrets his great ancestors Methuselah and Enoch knew. Little does Peleg realize, Enoch—the very one, taken so long ago to a dimension outside space and time—and his son Methuselah are both working just as fervently toward the same goal. With the aid of a wise, old King, the tales from the stones, and the "knowing" that burns, Peleg may be mankind's only hope to stop the darkness descending from the Tower. Never again will a Flood destroy the earth, the Ancient One promised—next time it will be Fire!

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Chapter 17 – Did You Have to Separate Them?


Outside Time: Location—Department of Progressions, Heaven’s Realm, Third Dimension.

The Beloved swiped his hand across Eye 1704 and gave Enoch a sympathetic pat on the shoulder. 

Enoch wiped his eyes. “It is a shame you had to separate the two brothers.”

The Beloved seemed surprised at his comment. “I did not separate them,” He said, “they separated themselves.”

Enoch furrowed his brown. “How so?”

 “They separated themselves many times before the event at the Tower of Babel took place” the Beloved said.

Enoch drummed his fingers on the table-top for a moment while he racked his brain. “I don’t understand,” Enoch said, genuinely confused.

The Beloved smiled gently. “Let’s walk through their courses of action, shall we?” 

The Beloved touched Eye 1704 and spoke one word: “Remember.” 

At his word, Eye 1704 immediately displayed five instances. Each view of the occurrence came forward from the panel and hovered frozen in the room. 

“Come,” the Beloved said, as he stepped inside the first occurrence. 

Enoch followed him. 

“See here,” the Beloved said. “This is the first separation. Joktan was more curious about the gods of Elder Sheba than the God of his own father.”

Enoch browsed all around the occurrence, surprised that he was not viewing it like a memory. The past event was as real as the present. He and the Beloved were inside the occurrence as it was happening, but not visible to the people inside the occurrence. Enoch watched as Peleg and Joktan argued at the dinner table with their father, Eber. Joktan talked about wanting to know if the image could really talk. Enoch almost grabbed an empty bowl to get some stew but stopped when the Beloved gave him a warning look and shook His head.

What happened next, surprised Enoch even further. As the Beloved passed by, Joktan’s physical body faded until it was almost transparent—but his heart remained a solid crimson color. 

The Beloved froze the scene so that only he and Enoch could move. He motioned for Enoch to join him. “Look at his heart,” the Beloved said, bending down to peer into it. 

Enoch did the same. Joktan’s heart was full of pinpricks of light and—some specks.

“See here.” the Beloved pointed at a speck in Joktan’s heart. “Joktan also pursued the young woman called Anissi, even though he knew his brother Peleg was interested in her.” Instantly, they were in Shinar at the Tower Complex, watching as Joktan flirted with Anissi while carrying her basket. Another speck.

Enoch nodded.

“Notice how Joktan separated again and again,” the Beloved said as they walked through several more occurrences. “Here, Joktan honored another god with the words of his mouth. This time, Joktan chose to mock his brother to impress the young maidens. And, Joktan would have participated in a vile ceremony had Peleg not destroyed the image when he did.”

Enoch noticed with each occurrence another speck formed in Joktan’s heart.

“So, you see, Joktan and Peleg separated themselves. In fact, every time someone departs from Our truth, there is a separation,” the Beloved said. He closed out all the occurrences with a swipe of his hand. “Any more questions?”

The Beloved walked toward the table and motioned for Enoch to sit down. Instantly, Enoch’s plate of favorites appeared—the roasted vegetables and sweet aloti cakes were steaming.

Enoch grinned and dug into the food. Then, Enoch stopped eating so suddenly, the food almost fell out of his mouth. He gazed straight ahead, dumbfounded.

The Beloved was eating!

“What?” the Beloved said in between bites.

“I didn’t know you could eat!”

“Of course, I eat.” The Beloved tore into an aloti cake. “Food is my idea.”

“Good thinking!” Enoch licked the crumbs from his plate.

More aloti cakes appeared on Enoch’s place. 

“Have some more,” the Beloved said, “while I continue your lesson on the Tower of Babel.” 

“What will happen to the people now?” Enoch asked.

“The sons of Noah will continue to separate and regroup themselves until the Great Separation comes at the fullness of Progression 1704,” the Beloved said.

“What purpose will that serve?”

The Beloved grabbed another aloti cake and continued. “Toward the end of Progression 1704, that Wicked One will try to organize the people under one ruler again. We merely slowed down this process by scattering the people through many tongues. Since they cannot understand each other, they will separate into people groups and multiply throughout Adamah as originally intended. This physical and linguistic separation will protect them from complete domination by the Rebellious One and his Nephilim until the Seed comes.”

 “I think I understand,” Enoch said. “It will be difficult for the Rebellious One to completely conquer the people, unless the people are completely one.”

“Exactly,” the Beloved said. “Scattering the sons of Noah, protects the Bearer of the Seed until His time has come. That Wicked One has no idea which tribe will produce the Promised Seed.”

“Oh!” Brilliant colored lights exploded from Enoch’s head. “And the garments of Father Adam and Mother Eve—were those were decoys too?”

“Precisely,” the Beloved said. “That Furious One tried to corrupt Ham’s lineage because Ham possessed the garments. For a while, The Hidden Father let it seem as though the garments gave the possessor power, but all along the power came from doing Our will.”

The Beloved continued, “Little did that Evil One know that the Bearer of the Seed cannot be perceived by the outward appearance, for the Hidden Father looks on the heart.”

“So, the identity of the Promised Seed is truly hidden, then?”

“His identity is hidden, indeed,” the Beloved said.

“Well, if the Seed’s identity is hidden, will he know that he is the Promised Seed?” Enoch asked.

“Excellent question,” the Beloved said. “It is the one I most want to answer.” He clasped his hands together with satisfaction. “But not yet.” He leaned back in his chair and spun around in it.

Enoch laughed, spinning around in his chair too.

“Well, what about the Great Separation at the fullness of Adamah? Can we walk through that today?” Enoch asked.

“Not so soon, my curious one,” the Beloved replied. “You will need many more expansions before seeing that. But we do need to go back and check on Methuselah—it’s his time that holds the anomaly now.”