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“Kosta stopped reading, tucked the Codex under his arm and, with a bolt of understanding, hurried home to pack his things. Without going any further, he knew he had to find this Antichrist, originally fated to begin his reign where, for centuries, a conqueror had lay dead. In Alexandria, he was to begin life – the conqueror who had put Alexander to shame. Kosta knew that the birthplace had recoiled from his reading, to the opposite side of the globe. He would continue his reading as he journeyed there and interceded, taking the infant into his care.As Kostadino XI told him, his participation was his own choice. Kosta chose to involve himself. He wanted to steward, this terrible fate in another direction, which would be the child’s choice.Kosta wouldn’t impose any of his own Orthodox beliefs. Now he didn’t follow a path, but was operating outside any written or accepted dogma.”Kosta understanding what he has to do to change fate: Chapter 5 - Predatory Ethics
“A bald, goateed man, of average appearance, watched a small house where a difficult birth took place. Intent as another, Jose Savourez nervously eyed the house, crossing himself. Jose tightly held his crucifix with both hands and, once again, began his litany of prayers.He begged God's forgiveness for their sex before marriage.He begged God to provide safety for both the baby and the mother.He begged for a son.He simply begged.”Expectant & unknowing father of the Antichrist: Chapter 6 - Dark Genesis
“The one depicting His crucifixion showed Him, not in meek acceptance of His fate, but in ecstatic, revelation of it. Gazing skyward, His eyes were triumphant at the majesty that would turn Him into the most powerful man to have ever walked the earth. Six Roman soldiers were beneath, one impaling Him with a spear, two others trampling and gambling for His robe, while the remaining three were bullying the Virgin Mary, Joseph and Mary Magdalene. He was shown to welcome the trials, knowing they would bring Him glory beyond compare. It showed Him as a man who went to the most extreme lengths to attain His ruling destiny.”Description of updated Christianity: Chapter 7 - Faith:Father Figure
““Forgiveness is not included in our vocabulary, Mordecai. That is a trait of the Supreme Weakling. Scream and bellow all you want; I don’t care. Your continued belligerence is further proof that this is the proper punishment. Mordecai, it’s for your own good. We need a strong and proper leadership.”“You’re right, Balzeer. You’re right I will do whatever you require. I will do everything that you want.”“Oh, I know you will, Mordecai, I know.”Mordecai felt a hand rest on the exposed small of his back.”Balzeer McGrath, Supreme Tribunal, Luciferian Church: Chapter 8 - Routine
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