Posted by: spirit97024 | October 23, 2011




Harvey Thorstad

The exorcist discovers
a shore of the Ocean of Chaos.
He learns skills
at removing demons
from a person possessed.
He learns rituals of battle
quite dramatic.
He also preaches his beliefs in God
and the Devil.
He doesn’t realize
the suggestions of his preaching
create the very demons
that possess a person,
and thus is he able to reinforce his belief
and that of others.
He doesn’t realize
that demons and gods exist
only as long as believers
give them substance.

A rumor takes on a life of it’s own,
and it’s hard to dispel.
A myth takes on a life of it’s own,
and it, too, is difficult to dispel.
The exorcist doesn’t realize that
he gives the Devil credence, substance, and power
by acknowledging Him
in the process of driving Him out.
Once created,
a rumor, myth, god, or devil
becomes entrenched, obstinate, and tough to dispel.



• Chapter 1, Creation

• Chapter 2, Destiny

• Chapter 3, The Building Blocks Of Religion

• Chapter 4, The Self-Image

• Chapter 6, Philosophy Is Like A Book

• Chapter 7, Cosmic Consciousness

• Chapter 8, Imagination

• Chapter 9, Of The Dance Between Chaos

• Chapter 10, The Sixth Sense, Quantum Mind And Quantum      Entanglement

• Chapter 11, Like Attracts Like

• Chapter 12, Purpose

Text © by Harvey Thorstad 2011. All rights reserved.

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