Satan lives and has been located.
How to identify Satan?
Before conjuring up a vision of Satan with horns on his head and hooves for feet, the present configuration of The Evil One is quite different from what you might expect. Here are a few clues:
- It exists in multi-dimensions, that is, in many places at the same time.
- It manifests as either a man or a woman, although more often a man.
- It has no horns or hooves. It has ordinary appearance. However, a special person, familiar with dealing with the Antichrist, can detect its presence.
- It usually forms the appearance of a mature to middle aged person.
- It has a great deal of power over ordinary people.
- It is always busy harming ordinary, decent people.
- It works its way into peoples’ confidence often by fraudulent and deceptive devices.
- It takes advantage of people when they are vulnerable, susceptible, or defenseless.
- It is profoundly immoral, malevolent, depraved, corrupt, villainous, and nefarious.
- It commits acts which are vile, reprehensible, heinous, and at best iniquitous.
- It is found hiding behind the protection of the shield of large and powerful corporations.
- The best synonym is “condensed evil.”
Answer: Satan is at the head of nearly all insurance companies.
My first book, The Visitor, tackled the problem of getting the Dalai Lama back into Tibet. In order to accomplish this, it was necessary to create a race-specific Ebola which would actually work. It will kill only the Han Chinese race. But it not created to kill all Chinese, as most are wonderful. It only targets those that the Communist Chinese Government placed in Tibet. Creating race-specific Ebola took a lot of research, and hopefully it was accomplished well.
For my second book, the task was how to address and confront anything as powerful as condensed evil? Can it be done? First it should be exposed, as it exists in many clever ways, most of which are never discovered by ordinary people. Next, while not the answer to complete eradication, creating powerful legislation to curtail the conduct is necessary. Legislation is described that should be enacted. There is a gubernatorial candidate, aware of the evils of insurance, running on a platform to implement strong reforms if elected.
Then there are those that will do anything to prevent the reform legislation from being passed. Needed for a story is a hero. In this case, it is an ordinary man, not of letters. He is a lumberjack named Ernie. He gets in the dangerous middle of the various interests. The book is presently in final editing by Black Opal Books.
This article is from the author of The Visitor by Brent Ayscough. Soon to be released is the book possibly to be named Ernie and the Condensed Evil of Insurance.
The Visitor by Brent Ayscough
Black Opal Books
Trade paper/ebook February 2015
About the Author
Brent Ayscough, or Ace, as he is known to friends, retired from the practice of law and lives in a house overlooking the sea in Southern California. He has always loved machines, from airplanes to motorcycles, structural design, and other interests. He has enjoyed the acquaintance of diverse and interesting people, and is widely traveled. Bits and pieces of characters he has known, places he has been, seasoned with the spice of his imagination, help him create unusual stories and characters. Extensive collaboration with experts and sources, hopefully, make his stories credible and interesting.