The lesson in Plague
Updated: Apr 14, 2021
A long long time ago a decision was made in the Heaven and a deadly virus was sent down to Earth to challenge all human beings. Hard time came, and death took thousands. The year was 1361.
While man admired the Nature, the price was too high, their mind could not understand the reason behind the loss and they failed the test. First fear, after doubt came and the man who could not find logical reason for the loss, turned against matter and put the rational mind to the throne. Cogito ergo Sum - they said, and they cast out the Great Mother.
Deep underground in her chain, she witnessed how the mind became their new god, and how science stepped out of the limit by subduing all their emotions, instincts, overusing all the sources, creating competitions and greed, and ruling over the ones who were connected to Mother Earth.
Rivers and Seas were polluted, Forrest were degraded, animals were abused and yes, women... oh the women became dolls in the hand of the almighty Mind.
The Great Mother, the Divine Feminine Creator of the Universe was working in peace. She knew great creation needs great sacrifices and the recipe of the Alchemical Gold is given only for the ones who's heart had been found pure in Maat's scale.
She did appear in different forms. She was dancing in every great storms, spitting lava from Volcanos, casting demons in men's dreams. They called her Kali, and painted her with several hands as she were cutting heads off from men.
The dreaded Goddess, who was cast out from Earth, gave justice from underground.
Men became desperate and increased the control over matter, but they did not know that the harder was the control, the greater was the eruption.
Order and Chaos go hand in hand and as far as man does not accept both parts, the chaos will eat him up.