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The Death of Saturn

In the early morning sky before Sol erased the night
The Devil’s Triangle did possess the night

In the fourth house Father Time was to be buried
He had many children both mortals God and Goddess

In the fourth house set the constellation Sagittarius and along
side him come one of his son Mars and the Great Red Serpent

The Great Red Serpent was the king of the underworld and the Fates had cut the immortal life cord of Father Time himself

Father Time ruled his Kingdom with an iron fist and some of his children sat and
looked on with glee and watched over his enormous dark silver color coffin

Hermes was commissioned to sing a special song but one of his brothers stole his song and he decided on We Have Only Just Begun

The death of Father Time was the force of new life and a new time a new era was to be born as Father Time himself was to be rebirth in the constellation of Aquarius

Many immortals being traveled wide and far across the galaxy for Father Time funeral and some of them were attacked in space portals as they saw the Kingdom weakening

Hermes was one of the victims of these attacks but he called out the spirit of Father Time to save him

In the center of the constellation of Sagittarius came a new light a rainbow light
The light had seven distinct rays and three color were the prime


The Light run up and down the spectrum and formed into the Violet Flame

The Violet Flame energy purpose to fill the void left behind by the death of Father Time and the disarray brought on by the Devil’s Triangle

The Violet Flame 
The Violet Flame
The Violet Flame

Copyright © Mel Brake | Year Posted 2016


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