|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- I am his hope of what?
Thee- That you shall give light to he that beckons so that he may deliver of himself.
Me- Deliver of himself to what?
Thee- To that which is his morrow.
Me- Where shall that be? For I know not of where I am!
Thee- To the second star.
Me- Where may I find the second star?
Thee- Within you.
Me- I should bring them within me and deliver thine self to thee?
Thee- You shall.
Me- Why do you call me the second star?
Thee- I have made you so.
Me- What of those that do not beckon?
Thee- Leave them, for I wish you to stand clean and untainted before me.
Me- What will become of those who do not beckon?
Thee- All beckon, though not all beckon me.
Me- How shall I prepare them, those that beckon you?
Thee- Go thee to the gathering of the fruit of my blossoms and take thee of my fruit and lay thee before me that seed which is viable. For the earth grows ill and it does offend me and I have summoned of the sun to devour it and all.
Go now. For the dawn of morrow breaks and its light is to shine here no more.