|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|
Thee- I have allowed nothing. I am not the keeper of man or his
Me- Does not man praise thee as you have beckoned him to?
Thee- That man praises anything at all is of his desire. For there are many things of man and his earth worthy of praise, though I have beckoned him not.
Me- Who is then, the keeper of man?
Thee- Man is his own keeper. So was he made.
Me- He is not keeping himself too well though. For he seems always in conflict.
Thee- He is in conflict.
Me- That man calls me may be so but I am but one. Why does man call me?
Thee- He calls you because you are the Oversoul.
His hope. His light. His strength.
Go now. Prepare them. For their time is at hand.
Me- Wait thee, for I have many questions. Why does he not call you?
Thee- He calls me.
Me- And still you send only me?
Thee- Still I send only you.