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Old 07-09-2019, 08:32 AM
Abishai100 Abishai100 is offline
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Arrow The Dark-Side: A Ouija Diary

This isn't really a 'diary' per se, but it represents our new age (perhaps dangerous!) fascination with Ouija-board voodoo-play and our social fears that we may be opening up proverbial or strange 'gates' to a 'dark side' of spiritual imagination...or perhaps even Hell!

This 'fan-fic' therefore symbolizes our overall curiosity about 'doorways' to the unknown and was inspired by the films Ouija: Origin of Evil and Tales from the Darkside: The Movie(!).



There is a region of unfathomable darkness that no living soul can grasp or control. In fact this place of endless evil, all the sins/vices we prophecy about in church are tangibly real. Envy is a thing of intellectual labor! Lust and adultery are part of the fabric of youthful vitality. Greed is a phenomenon of perpectible imagination. Even murder is an aspect of courage! Well, a philosopher-traveler named Alas wanted to explore and understand this 'dark side' of existence.

Alas used a Ouija-board to contact spirits and beings from this dark side one Saturday night. He immediately fell into a deep-sleep state of consciousness during which a skeletal hooded figure began pointing the way around this very odd region of 'reality.' There were all kinds of strange feelings Alas felt as he realized he was being 'escorted' in this 'dark side' by the mysterious hooded skeletal figure.

The hooded figure showed Alas a gorgeous young bathing female beauty with flowing blonde hair in a shimmering lake near a haunted forest in this 'dark side' of existence. This beauty gazed at Alas and smiled, giving him an incredible wind of exhilaration! Alas asked his 'escort' (the hooded 'skeleton-man') if he could kiss/embrace this bathing beauty, and he was told that anyone who tried to court/embrace this irresistible woman would become her sex-slave forever.

The hooded figure then too Alas towards a dark gray castle in which a very ominous looking 'monarch' was sitting alone in his castle-tower playing chess with himself. Alas discovered this 'brooding king' was immersed in intellectual vanity and couldn't stop looking for chess-variations to design games to play with himself. Alas was told this chess-absorbed king represented the endless fascination with conquest.

The hooded figure then took Alas towards a blazing village on fire, a fire that never consumed the village but never went out! Alas was told this village was a 'simulacrum' of mortality and was 'metaphysically haunted' by a hideous specter. Alas thought he was loooking at a moving painting! The hooded figure pointed to the hideous specter looking over the village-on-fire. This specter obviously symbolized murder. Alas gazed upon the specter. It resembled a toad-like (though normal-shaped) man (completely nude!) with wild white hair, large black eyes, scaly skin, claws, and an eerie small tail. Alas was horrified!

Alas was finally taken to a cemetery in this 'dark side' of existence by his escort (the hooded skeleton-man). Here, Alas was shown a group of tiny red-winged evil fairies. These sinister fairies lorded over the tombstones in this unusual cemetery. These evil fairies granted anyone who wished/yearned for power a large sum of money which came as a 'prize' but at the cost of someone else! Alas realized these sinister fairies were soul-wager 'spirits' and that this entire 'dark side' of existence was somehow...ugly. He wanted to return home safely immediately.

When Alas suddenly awoke from his haunted dream-state, induced by his ambitious use of the Ouija-board, he found himself safe at home! The hooded skeleton-man was gone(!), and Alas thanked God he didn't have to 'know' too much about this strange 'dark side' of existence. He decided to throw away his Ouija-board and pulled out his Bible and began reading inspiring passages in the Old Testament (Leviticus) and the New Testament (Matthew)! Alas decided to make a drawing of his dark-side escort (the hooded skeleton-man!) and hung it upside-down above his fireplace mantle. When Alas's guests/friends asked about the colored drawing (hung upside-down!), Alas would tell them, "This skeleton-man symbolizes humanity's fear of the unknown."

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