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Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
I live there.
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
"Someday soon
Someday soon
Familiar faces will fill your living room
Run, slash out their lizard tongues
You're not getting young
You're not getting young

And I hate to remind you but you're going to die
And you're going to be needing all of your "I's"

You’ll be all alone
When the cannibals cry
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And I hate to remind you but your going to die"


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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
nice tune
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
nice tune
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Thanks, just figured GLP needed an uplifting thread. ;-`)
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monster

muaha


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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
That'd be called hell
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Yeah what like the lies from Politicians?
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


What about blessed candles? Sounds like 3 days of darkness drill to me, which is real odd as another thread was intimating similar.
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


What about blessed candles? Sounds like 3 days of darkness drill to me, which is real odd as another thread was intimating similar.
 Quoting: Woot Woot


Found this on another thread

THE AGE OF DARKNESS, THE 6 MONTHS, THE THREE YEARS

1. The Age of Darkness will last for 42 mortal months.

2. During this age, there will be famine, disease, death and destruction across the nations of the earth. No land will go untouched.

3. There will be much destruction. The world as it was will pass away and a new world of chaos will emerge.

4. Those in positions of power will no longer have power upon the mortal earth or anywhere else.

5. The Age of Darkness will be split into two periods, the first will last six months and follows on from The Day of Light, within this period The Abyss will be opened and the energy of the first one will be released into this world. From the mortal perspective The Abyss will be pure dark energy that will eventually absorb all the light on the mortal earth. During this period The Abyss will engulf the entire earth, the sun, the moon and the stars will no longer shine upon the earth, the mortals will be able to keep their mortal lights, their power supplies, their electricity, they will keep their candles and flames but when the six months are at an end, they will lose all of this and be left in total darkness. It will be pure blackness and no light, The Abyss will achieve totality after six mortal months, when totality has been achieved all the light within the field of energy that is from The Abyss will be absorbed and turn black. All light no matter how small will be absorbed by the darkness.

6. During the six months, the mortals will have time to prepare what supplies they need, to gather together in groups, to acquire information and resources. They will have time to read their holy books and look for answers; they will have time to acquire the truth. What the mortals do in this time period depends on them. With each passing day, the energy from The Abyss will grow as it grows, more of the mortal world known, as earth will become engulfed in darkness.

7. When totality has been achieved, all the light within the field of energy will be absorbed all the lights and flames will become as black as night and for three mortal years there will be no light. There will be no moon or sun not even the stars will shine upon the earth; everything will become the blackest of blacks. Once The Light has gone so too is its protection, those who look upon The Darkness of The Abyss will be filled with terror, their fears will grow and they will scream. No being mortal or immortal can look upon Darkness the Creator of Light, only one has seen the invisible one, only one has seen the unknown one, only one can look into The Darkness of The Abyss and see what is there hidden in The Darkness. Only The Light has bared witness to the true form of Darkness the Creator of Light and only Darkness the Creator of Light has seen The Light in their true form.

8. During the first six months of The Age of Darkness, death will be banished from the mortal world, this will only bring suffering to the accursed mortals who will desire that death will come and take them away. Those who are mortally wounded and would naturally die from their injuries will find themselves still alive. No matter what the injury no one will die within the first six months, instead, they will suffer in pain and no one will know what to do to end their suffering. After six months death will return, this will be a sign of the coming darkness when the world will fall into a darkness never endued as before.

9. Death will return and the darkness will come.

10. When totality is achieved, absolute darkness will occur and so begins the second half of The Age of Darkness. Six months after totality, one year after The Day of Light an event will occur, a fruit like no other will start to grow all around the earth, for one mortal week a fruit will grow and will then rot away if picked from the vine. This event will occur three times within The Age of Darkness on the anniversary of The Day of Light. This is an act of mercy given to those in darkness by The Light; this gift is one of three which Darkness the Creator of Light has allowed The Light to bestow upon the mortals.

11. Once The Age of Darkness is at an end The Light will return with 13 ships that will gather together the survivors of The Age of Darkness and scatter them across the stars. When The Light returns the darkness will re-enter The Abyss it was from and The Abyss will be closed once more.

12. When the mortals emerge, from their hiding places, they will see the wastelands of their world, they will see the destruction within The Age of Darkness and they will never forget, because if they forget then history may repeat itself again upon their descendants.

Thread: Enigma Shadows Writings (Page 2)
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


That kind of talk reminds me of the time when I was young and would try to imagine nothingness.

Zilch, nada, nothing.

I couldn't......because in my mind's eye, I would see darkness and darkness is black and both are something, so it was futile to try to think of nothing.

Sounds kind of goofy, huh?
However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task
the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace. Acts 20:24

"This man really is the Savior of the world!" John 4:42

Look, he is coming with the clouds, and every eye will see him, even those who pierced him;
and all the peoples of the earth will mourn because of him. So shall it be! Amen.
I am the Alpha and the Omega, " says the Lord God, who is, and who was, and who is to come, the Almighty." Revelation 1:7

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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
It is called Hell.
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


That kind of talk reminds me of the time when I was young and would try to imagine nothingness.

Zilch, nada, nothing.

I couldn't......because in my mind's eye, I would see darkness and darkness is black and both are something, so it was futile to try to think of nothing.

Sounds kind of goofy, huh?
 Quoting: KoFFee_


Nope, not at all.
It's hard to think of nothing.
It takes a lot of practice. I can't do it yet . ;-`)
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weird, double post.

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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
A scenario for such a situation may be everyone becoming physically blind, while light continues to exist. Animals may be affected too.
Perhaps we will have developed the bionic eye with brain electrode implants far enough that the perceived vision using such a device is on par or better than our natural vision. It would be beneficial to have a team of doctors with a stockpile of such technology for said event until vision returns. Many humans will probably develop echolocation skills in order to survive.
If the darkness does not allow plants to grow, then survival will be much more difficult I would imagine.
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
A scenario for such a situation may be everyone becoming physically blind, while light continues to exist. Animals may be affected too.
Perhaps we will have developed the bionic eye with brain electrode implants far enough that the perceived vision using such a device is on par or better than our natural vision. It would be beneficial to have a team of doctors with a stockpile of such technology for said event until vision returns. Many humans will probably develop echolocation skills in order to survive.
If the darkness does not allow plants to grow, then survival will be much more difficult I would imagine.
 Quoting: Baalbehk


I practice echo-location while walking around in the dark woods.
I really suck at it, maybe getting a little better, but it is tough for me.

The idea of all animals, humans included,
being blinded at the bio-physical level positively correlates with my recurring thoughts.

Last Edited by wisc_natureboy on 12/20/2012 02:03 AM
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
A scenario for such a situation may be everyone becoming physically blind, while light continues to exist. Animals may be affected too.
Perhaps we will have developed the bionic eye with brain electrode implants far enough that the perceived vision using such a device is on par or better than our natural vision. It would be beneficial to have a team of doctors with a stockpile of such technology for said event until vision returns. Many humans will probably develop echolocation skills in order to survive.
If the darkness does not allow plants to grow, then survival will be much more difficult I would imagine.
 Quoting: Baalbehk


I practice echo-location while walking around in the dark woods.
I really suck at it, maybe getting a little better, but it is tough for me.

The idea of all animals, humans included,
being blinded at the bio-physical level positively correlates with my recurring thoughts.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


I remember on a cave tour with my family, when I was a kid, they turned the lights out to show us total darkness. It was very disorienting. I felt like I was going to fall, even though that wasn't really possible.

Today, we had a really strong dust/wind storm and it was dark at 3 pm. The power was off and we had several oil lamps lit. They didn't help much. It's kind of creepy to see this thread now. I'd forgotten about the cave trip until this afternoon.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
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It's kind of creepy to see this thread now.
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 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Sorry about that.

I posit we all have access to a common body of knowledge.
All is energy, therefore knowledge is energy.

It's all a matter of tuning in to the appropriate frequency. ;-`)
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It's kind of creepy to see this thread now.
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 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Sorry about that.

I posit we all have access to a common body of knowledge.
All is energy, therefore knowledge is energy.

It's all a matter of tuning in to the appropriate frequency. ;-`)
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


It's ok, creepy probably isn't the right word. LOL I was thinking along the same line as your op this afternoon during the storm.

Remembering the darkness that day in the cave was unexpected. I'd truly forgotten about it until I saw your thread and now, I think that's what the 3 days of darkness could be like. It is an uncomfortable thought, but maybe, necessary.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: Imagine a darkness so dark, no light is able to illuminate.
Imagine the light from a candle,
an oil lamp or even generator-powered lights
being completely consumed in darkness.

The lighter lights your cigarette,
but you see no flame, no illumination.

A place and time where light does not work.

True darkness.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


What about blessed candles? Sounds like 3 days of darkness drill to me, which is real odd as another thread was intimating similar.
 Quoting: Woot Woot


Found this on another thread

THE AGE OF DARKNESS, THE 6 MONTHS, THE THREE YEARS

1. The Age of Darkness will last for 42 mortal months.

2. During this age, there will be famine, disease, death and destruction across the nations of the earth. No land will go untouched.

3. There will be much destruction. The world as it was will pass away and a new world of chaos will emerge.

4. Those in positions of power will no longer have power upon the mortal earth or anywhere else.

5. The Age of Darkness will be split into two periods, the first will last six months and follows on from The Day of Light, within this period The Abyss will be opened and the energy of the first one will be released into this world. From the mortal perspective The Abyss will be pure dark energy that will eventually absorb all the light on the mortal earth. During this period The Abyss will engulf the entire earth, the sun, the moon and the stars will no longer shine upon the earth, the mortals will be able to keep their mortal lights, their power supplies, their electricity, they will keep their candles and flames but when the six months are at an end, they will lose all of this and be left in total darkness. It will be pure blackness and no light, The Abyss will achieve totality after six mortal months, when totality has been achieved all the light within the field of energy that is from The Abyss will be absorbed and turn black. All light no matter how small will be absorbed by the darkness.

6. During the six months, the mortals will have time to prepare what supplies they need, to gather together in groups, to acquire information and resources. They will have time to read their holy books and look for answers; they will have time to acquire the truth. What the mortals do in this time period depends on them. With each passing day, the energy from The Abyss will grow as it grows, more of the mortal world known, as earth will become engulfed in darkness.

7. When totality has been achieved, all the light within the field of energy will be absorbed all the lights and flames will become as black as night and for three mortal years there will be no light. There will be no moon or sun not even the stars will shine upon the earth; everything will become the blackest of blacks. Once The Light has gone so too is its protection, those who look upon The Darkness of The Abyss will be filled with terror, their fears will grow and they will scream. No being mortal or immortal can look upon Darkness the Creator of Light, only one has seen the invisible one, only one has seen the unknown one, only one can look into The Darkness of The Abyss and see what is there hidden in The Darkness. Only The Light has bared witness to the true form of Darkness the Creator of Light and only Darkness the Creator of Light has seen The Light in their true form.

8. During the first six months of The Age of Darkness, death will be banished from the mortal world, this will only bring suffering to the accursed mortals who will desire that death will come and take them away. Those who are mortally wounded and would naturally die from their injuries will find themselves still alive. No matter what the injury no one will die within the first six months, instead, they will suffer in pain and no one will know what to do to end their suffering. After six months death will return, this will be a sign of the coming darkness when the world will fall into a darkness never endued as before.

9. Death will return and the darkness will come.

10. When totality is achieved, absolute darkness will occur and so begins the second half of The Age of Darkness. Six months after totality, one year after The Day of Light an event will occur, a fruit like no other will start to grow all around the earth, for one mortal week a fruit will grow and will then rot away if picked from the vine. This event will occur three times within The Age of Darkness on the anniversary of The Day of Light. This is an act of mercy given to those in darkness by The Light; this gift is one of three which Darkness the Creator of Light has allowed The Light to bestow upon the mortals.

11. Once The Age of Darkness is at an end The Light will return with 13 ships that will gather together the survivors of The Age of Darkness and scatter them across the stars. When The Light returns the darkness will re-enter The Abyss it was from and The Abyss will be closed once more.

12. When the mortals emerge, from their hiding places, they will see the wastelands of their world, they will see the destruction within The Age of Darkness and they will never forget, because if they forget then history may repeat itself again upon their descendants.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30356964


Thank you for sharing.

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