The lighter side of darkness
The LSD is a supernatural thriller based on actions taken by GOD to extinguish evil for evermore. In this story ironically GOD commission sinners to rid Hell of Satan by answering the final prayer of Protagonist, (Dimitrius Steele, aka The Redeemer) an Ex- Marine now condemned death row prisoner; by sending him to Hell to save the souls of his family. Unlike (Dante’s Inferno or What Dreams May come) In order to do this, Dimitrius must recruit the souls of the damned; who wish to be redeemed, which causes a rebellion in Hell. While forming a Divine Militia to lead out of the depths of Hell and delivering them to the Kingdom of Heaven, they are faced with the unorthodox complexities only sinners may frequent. Thus, their faith is tested as the destruction of Hell commence. Meanwhile back in the Material World Protagonist, (Father Gabriel) frequently plagued by unexplainable premonitions of the Crucifixion must organize the (New Disciples), together their mission is to unite the 12 Tribes of Israel and the various religions of true believers into 1 prayer in order for GOD to send us his true blessing: The return of our Lord JESUS CHRIST, the true Redeemer. This in turn may prove not to be an easy task due to unforeseen dark forces plotting against Gabriel’s path. Although the two men are fighting different battles, they realize that they are fighting the same war in different places, space and time…. In retaliation, fully aware of the Redeemer’s quest; Antagonist, (Belial, aka Satan) welcomes the challenge by unveiling his powers to destroy the Material World via the unleashing of his Army of Demons causing the beginning of the Apocalypse and the final battle: Armageddon. It’s a requiem of our FAITH, Good vs. Evil and Heaven vs. Hell.
Just Me, Myself & Why?
When a man is faced with a life altering decision, he looks into a mirror to find himself. Here he is confronted by a multitude of personalities that contribute to who he has become. ‘For, I am my own enemy.’ With this thought in mind which proves that there is a struggle within. Which personality will prevail? In his pursuit of truth, he must explore himself in order to unveil the complexities that lie dormant within. Can he find a common solution to a common problem?
This is a story whose subject matter is so familiar to a large percentage of young black men in America today. Although, in this urbanized psychodrama, the Protagonist, (Rahim) does not share the plight of the majority, for he is blessed with a silver spoon. Does he contribute to an ineffectual statistic? Or does he have what it takes to be a winner?
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