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Table of Contents
Dies Irae I
Dies Irae II
Dies Irae III
Dies Irae IV
Dies Irae V
Dies Irae VI
Dies Irae VII
Teadium Vitae I
Teadium Vitae II
Teadium Vitae III
Teadium Vitae IV
Lux in Tenebris I
Lux in Tenebris II
Lux in Tenebris III
Lux in Tenebris IV
Lux in Tenebris V
Lux in Tenebris VI
Lux in Tenebris VII
Lux in Tenebris VIII
Lux in Tenebris IX
Me- Why are they my people that call me? Are they not your people too?
Thee- They are my people too.
Me- And man?
Thee- What of man?
Me- Are they not his own people too?
Thee- They are his own people too.
Me- What is this place that I have silently waited of thy call my unnamed friend?
Thee- That is of no concern. That your people call for you is.
Me- Why do they call for me?
Thee- The earth is slow and the winds are cold and sadness looms about them.
Me- The earth has been like this many times before.
Thee- It has.
Me- Why is it that they call me now?
Thee- Your people have grown wretched and miserable and they seek admonition for they sense their end is near.
Me- My unnamed friend, tell me of their end and that which makes it near; for I have known man and touched man and wish them not to end.
Thee- Rise thee Oversoul and take thee flight upon thy mighty albatross and gaze thee in me and see the plight of man and know me. For you have been away from man very long.
Me- That I take flight upon thee shall I know thee and the plight of man?
Thee- You shall.
Me- Show me unnamed friend, for I hold me tight upon thee and I gaze thee in you and about you and to know you that you be and what you are to man.
Lux in Tenebris      (Light in the Midst of Darkness)