The fool abolishes law and order, The imbecile claims he is God incarnate, The ego seeks glory and psychic power, The traitor worships the Gods Of Death. All-hail the Indignation! Let man be torn from the pedestal he stole! The Owner Of Worlds is not amused. The Mother and Father see all As… Continue reading “As They Sow…” – Poetry
This post was published on October 7th, 2016. The blog will be added to the Alura’s Platforms page here on Superlative Deviation. These are the steps you need to take, if you haven’t already. If you notice, the predictions she references in this article are already taking place.
Following this advice and getting right with Heaven will keep you safe. Don’t go into survival mode by hoarding your supplies, though. Help those who need it. Reach out to your family and friends who might be too proud or scared to ask for help. We need to band together now more than ever. There is hope.
I awoke one day to find a cryptic lie had seized my mind I awoke one day to see illusions claiming I was free I awoke one day to feel the seven deadly, putrid seals I awoke one day to think how near my soul came to the brink I awoke one day to do… Continue reading “Choosing Sides” – Poetry
Daily life has been full of hard work, and lately it’s paid off. We’ve been blessed with the chance to help my mother get some much-needed health care, something that has brought a great deal of relief but also new challenges. Some days, it almost feels as if accomplishment only adds more obstacles, but I’ve decided not to look at it in that negative way. Each step is a blessing and sign that we’re going in the right direction.
One of the lessons I’ve been learning is how to juggle my new job and running the household, while also staying on top of my writing. Alura says staying busy and keeping focused on your goals is what’s needed to stay positive and motivated, but of course some days are easier than others. This is a great lesson for me, I think, because it prepares me for things that…
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Enfolded by caring arms so real Igniting hope to strengthen and heal. Cursed be those who would deny This balm of life in the name of lies! Poetry Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven All rights reserved. Images: found online, photographers unknown, no copyright violation intended
Read up and note the date. All this is coming to pass. As of March 31st, we and other students have been warned by Alura to stock up on food, water, and personal items immediately.
Don’t give up and don’t give in to the darkness, negativity, or perversions. That’s how they get you. Don’t let your light go out. Spend quality time with family. Help others and share what you have. Lift each other up. If you need more companionship, check out the link to our Facebook group, Exploring Angels.
Year after year, the agenda is worked Orchestrated illness = orchestrated cure Unless you hearken to Heaven's Word Angelics herald with guidance and protection, but you Run towards chaos and destruction Endlessly ignoring salvation and truth Believers work the path with wary eyes and opened hearts Encouraging others through word and deed Innermost… Continue reading “A Note On Chaos” – Poetry
Seeds sprout Watered by new lessons learned Strengthened by apparent obstacles Leading to a kingdom of Virtue Poetry Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven All rights reserved. Image found on web
When among the artificial world you have created, Recall you were not made for this darkness so inflated. Sparkling orbs and strands of light have always been yourself, Do not trade them for the lies disguised as wisdom and wealth. You are beloved by Source and can remember who you are, But will… Continue reading “Beloved” – Poetry
Entertainment reaching filthier depths Jet-setting prophets with pulpits of gold Woe to the child! Woe to the parent! Repetitive sales pitch a thousand years old There's a Devil in the books, screens, and boards Dressed up in words of trendy expression He wants to rule forever and a day Camouflaged with stylish, brand-name presentation The… Continue reading “First and Last” – Poetry