Before the very beginning when time as we know it even began, the being of pure light that makes itself heard through The Voice of Light was ALL there was. It was purely light and light alone, only positivity, only love, only unity. There was nothing else but a singular presence that was at complete peace with itself. In truth this was absolute paradise a feeling of pure unconditional love radiated from its very core. This was the state of being that we are all seeking to return too…however there was a big snag to this paradise, and from this the physical universe came into being.
The being of pure light came to realise it was missing something, something that was crucial and fundamental to its world, this was darkness. Without darkness the light was in paradise yet could not know it as paradise, it lived in a world of light yet light was all it had ever known. It was like being surrounded by the most sublime beauty you could imagine yet having no eyes to see it. It was then the being of light realised that this was truly hell, to be everything there is yet to know yourself as nothing.
In the words of Neale Donald Walsch; -
“In the absence of that which you are not, that which you are, is not”
It was at this point the being of light split into two and also became the being of darkness, and so chaos was born and the physical universe you currently find yourself residing in came to be. It was only through doing this that the being of light could know itself in all its glory and splendour. The being of darkness relished in bringing evil and chaos, fear and loathing into existence for it knew by doing so it was providing the ultimate gift for its twin the light.
The darkness’s job is to provide the antithesis of light, this is why it is here, and is the reason we find ourselves immersed in a world that seems so dark and evil. This book will attempt to shine light on that darkness and reveal it to be a clever illusion used for the benefit of All of life. I will now explain the two polar forces and their function in creating our experience of life as we know it.