TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama

DIVIDED: #19 - Correction and The Father's Face

May 06, 2021 V. Morrow Season 2 Episode 19
TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama
DIVIDED: #19 - Correction and The Father's Face
Show Notes Transcript

SET YOUR MIND on things above with TAKEN--A Metaphysical Fantasy Audio Drama. AND NOW the ADVENTURE CONTINUES with DIVIDED--The Days of Peleg.

Bow to the Image! Has the whole world gone mad? Or is there something wrong with a statue that speaks and the giant man who makes the people worship it? Peleg is virtually alone in his misgivings. Meanwhile, all the rest of Shinar follows the mighty hunter Nimrod in building a Tower to reach the gates of heaven and even the Ancient One Himself. Could the mysterious encounters and cruel whispers heard since the Tower Temple's construction lead to something good? To Peleg the matter is simple, find someone who remembers the truth, someone who still hears The Voice—before it's too late. So, Peleg embarks on a journey to learn the secrets his great ancestors Methuselah and Enoch knew. Little does Peleg realize, Enoch—the very one, taken so long ago to a dimension outside space and time—and his son Methuselah are both working just as fervently toward the same goal. With the aid of a wise, old King, the tales from the stones, and the "knowing" that burns, Peleg may be mankind's only hope to stop the darkness descending from the Tower. Never again will a Flood destroy the earth, the Ancient One promised—next time it will be Fire!

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Chapter 19 – Correction & The Father’s Face


Outside time—Location: The Incubator Room, Heaven’s Realm, Seventh Dimension. 

Enoch gasped! “What can be done?” His eyes were glued to Eye 1704. “How will they survive with those Nephilim multiplying among them?”

“I think this is the perfect time to teach you about course corrections,” the Beloved said calmly. “Follow me.”

Enoch took one step forward. His next step transported him into a grand hall. Though the word grand was a huge understatement when describing the majesty of this room. 

Enoch gaped at the cathedral ceiling. His knees buckled. Messengers and ministers were seated in chairs carved into the walls as far up as his eyes could see. They sang wondrous melodies of adoration beyond description. Additional scores of warring spirits with their swords drawn, lined either side of a green sea as smooth as glass. On the other side of the sea, was a throne shrouded by a glorious cloud of emerald light. Thunders and lightnings flashed from the One sitting on the Throne. At His feet beings, Enoch could not even describe, flew continuously crying, holy, holy, holy is Lord God Almighty!

“Come,” the Beloved said, stepping on to the sea. “We will see My Father now.” He motioned for Enoch to follow.

Enoch stood firmly in place. His eyes were wide with fright.

The Beloved smiled. “Take my hand.”

Somehow, Enoch was able to take the Beloved’s hand.

Together they walked across the glassy sea, toward the One who sat there.

“I want you to see what My Father decided before the foundation of your world,” the Beloved said. “Be still and listen. Only speak when you are spoken to.”


Outside time: Location—The Throne Room, Heaven’s Realm, Seventh Dimension 

“I see the man We made has chosen to stray,” the Father said. “I have reviewed the reports from our Guardians about his alliance with the Fallen Ones, even to the degree of producing offspring.”

“Indeed, he has,” the Beloved answered, “His wickedness is great upon the earth.”

“Such a shame,” the One Mind said, “He was marvelously crafted and showed such potential until his fall.”

“Tis’ true, yet the intent of the thoughts of his heart is only evil continually,” the Beloved said. “I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man and beast, creeping thing and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them.” 

“Agreed.” The Hidden Father, who sat on the Throne, lowered his head, and peered into the sea of glass. “It is as You say. The earth is filled with violence and all the flesh has corrupted their way.”

Enoch felt himself fading away with those words.

The One Mind walked over and touched him on the forehead. “What say you?” the Spirit asked. 

Enoch felt himself strengthen and solidify when those words were spoken.

“He has come from the earth, has he not?” The One Mind asked the Beloved.

“Indeed, he has,” the Beloved said, “He entered Our Rest from the fail-check stream in Purpose 1208.”

“Ah,” the One Mind said. “He came by a faith stream. How interesting!”

“Yes,” the Beloved said. “This man is called Enoch. His trust and obedience brought him face to face with the Cherubim. So, I decided to test him.”

“He passed of course,” the Hidden Father said. “Enoch is the one I had always planned to see in the Seventh Dimension and now here he is as promised.”

“See, Enoch,” the Beloved said. “You worked through your many expansions at record speed.”

Enoch just smiled and nodded. I am so confused. Thousands of tiny balls of colored lights exploded from his head and bounced all around the Grand Hall.

The Grand Hall erupted in laughter. Even the ministers stopped singing their chorus to join in the merriment.

“How interesting,” the Hidden Father said. His voice thundered, “Bring him to Me.” Lightening accompanied the command.

Enoch’s knees buckled. 

He collapsed onto the floor.

The Beloved scooped him up, as if he were no heavier than a pebble, and dropped him into the emerald cloud on the Throne. 

Enoch squeezed his eyes shut, trembling all over at the thought of the punishment awaiting him.

Then he was overcome by the strangest feeling. Warmth washed over him in every direction—wave after wave—rippling over him like water. Suddenly, a memory of Methuselah came to mind. Enoch remembered how he felt when Methuselah was just born. He remembered holding the sleeping baby in his arms, waiting for him to wake up and open his eyes. Enoch remembered staring at Methuselah so hard that the intensity of his gaze seemed to startle the infant until finally the baby opened his eyes and—

Enoch opened his eyes.

Slowly, he looked up and gazed into the most beautiful face he had ever seen. The Hidden Father was cradling him in His strong arms and smiling. Enoch was no bigger than a small newborn compared to this Almighty One. 

Enoch reached up and touched His face. Light, love, and peace flowed through Enoch’s fingertips and spread through his body like warm milk. Enoch stayed that way for a good while, utterly fascinated by His Face. How silly I was to ever doubt His love. Finally, Enoch closed his eyes and drifted off into the sweetest dream. But before he lost consciousness, he heard the chorus singing a tender lullaby and these words—

“Let Us take another look,” They said in unison. 

“Indeed, if there is even one more like this one,” the Hidden Father said, “We shall start anew.”


“You look refreshed.” The Beloved hummed a tune while scanning Eye 1704.

“I feel wonderful,” Enoch said as he entered the double mahogany doors, “like I was just born yesterday.”

The Beloved laughed, “Well, there is nothing like the Father’s love to set you back on course.”

“Too true,” Enoch said. He sat next to the Beloved, skimming through the scrolls he’d left before his visit to the Grand Hall. 

Enoch popped the seal off the tube of one and released it. The scroll emerged from the container, unraveled itself and stood upright in midair, hovering while it waited for the next command.

 “Speaking of courses,” Enoch said, “have you located a pure derivative on Adamah that can justify the 120-year stay of execution? I have searched and searched through these alternatives I thought might have prevented the spread of the Nephilim.” 

Enoch stepped away from the scroll and closed it. “They all bring back the same result. Total corruption—not even one derivative with the original ACGT sequences you showed me in Adam’s DNA.”

“I noticed that as well,” the Beloved said, “So I looked for my fail-check. I always create a self-correcting element in My designs from the very beginning.”

“How does that help us?” Enoch said. “If we don’t find one man with pure DNA from Adam, the Ancient One will confirm the total destruction of all life on Adamah.” Enoch began pacing the room. “Every person in the Incubator destined for Purpose 1208 will be eliminated!”

The Beloved simply looked at him, amused.

“How can you be so calm at a time like this?” Enoch asked. “Don’t you care?”

“Enoch,” the Beloved said. “When will you trust Me?”

Enoch looked down at his feet. 

“Don’t you know who I AM?” the Beloved asked.

Enoch’s face flushed. A huge swirl of red light seeped from his head and slid to the floor.

The Beloved shook with laughter. “Okay, okay—” He said once He regained His composure. “There is no need to be ashamed. Come. I will teach you.”

“Let’s look at what happens in Purpose 1208 if we do nothing to prevent the error from occurring,” the Beloved said.

Enoch moved closer to the Beloved so he could peer over his shoulder while they skimmed through Eye 1704. Enoch watched the terrible future of mankind pass before his eyes—

The giant Nephilim were born. They multiplied rapidly on the earth and dominated the sons of men because of their sheer size. Eventually, the insatiable beings overwhelmed every natural food source: animals, fish, birds, and plant-life. The Nephilim spread throughout the earth in search of more food. Some giants began to supplement their diet with human flesh. To appease the giants’ appetite, the sons of Adam started bringing offerings of food, grain, and wine to these men of renown and showed them great honor. Soon, men forgot about their Hidden Father and began worshipping the giants. Great tales were created honoring the Nephilim and temples were built for them as dwelling places. The sons of Adam submitted to their every demand—even to the point of sacrificing humans to the Nephilim in exchange for their own lives!

Enoch put his hand on Eye 1704 and paused its forward motion. The depravity on display was inconceivable.

Enoch looked away from the panel and faced the Beloved. “You mean you won’t send any type of intervention or additional warning to stop the sons of Adam from being deceived?” he asked.

“No,” the Beloved said. “Keep watching.”

Meanwhile, the fallen B’Nai Elohim continued to corrupt the women with their seed and teach the sons of Adam to commit every type of vice—crossbreeding animals, sexual immorality, using plants to make mind-altering substances, and unrestrained violence against one another.

Finally, Enoch could take no more of the parade of horrors. He walked away from the screen, shaken to the core.

“I understand why you couldn’t bear to watch this Progression,” the Beloved said, sympathetically. “However, because you stopped, you missed the fail-check I implemented before creating Adam and Eve. Look again.”

Enoch turned back to Eye 1704 and peered into its depths.

“See this one man has hidden himself away—far away from the corruption,” the Beloved said. “He still prays and offers the sacrifices taught by Adam and continued by Seth.”

Because of this, the One Mind counsels him and protects him.

“I see,” Enoch said. “He is the fail-check!”

“He is not the fail-check. The fail-check is not a person, but an inherent gift. All the others had the fail-check as well,” the Beloved said. “But he is the only one who decided to use it.”

“Well, who is he?” Enoch asked.

“He is your great grandson, Noah,” the Beloved said, looking pleased.

“What gift protected him?” Enoch asked.

“Faith. Noah is the only one who had enough faith to obey his conscience,” the Beloved replied. “All people are created knowing right from wrong. However, it takes faith to do what is right in the face of evil.”

Enoch looked away from the Beloved and back to Eye 1704. It still displayed the evils to come. “My Lord,” Enoch said. “I am glad Noah used his faith, but what about all the other people who did not. Many were deceived.”

“They were not truly deceived,” the Beloved said, “The temptation to sin came, but could have been rejected. They chose to stray from the truth—just like that Wicked One who first rebelled.”

“What was the Wicked One’s name?” Enoch asked, “Why don’t you ever say his name?”

“A name is an honor, Enoch,” the Beloved said. “Once someone dishonors the Hidden Father by willfully rejecting Him, that person’s name is not mentioned. The Nameless One embraced sin and has been cast out because of it.”

“But I thought I heard some of the Fallen Ones call him Lord L.”

“Those Fallen Ones who have been cast out with the Wicked One may call him that, but Lord L was his title, which meant “light-bearer”. That was his function. Once he determined to spread darkness instead of light, he was judged by My Father.

Enoch thought about it for a while. 

The Beloved said nothing, knowing that all serious matters require a good deal of thought.

Finally, Enoch asked the question that bothered him the most. “How did the Nameless One embrace sin?”

“That Rebellious One meditated on it until he believed it to be truth. Pride and fear drove him. He wanted to be like the Most High—he desired the love and praise of all. He was afraid of not being the one in total control. He thought he could rule better than The Creator. Those were lies.” Fire burned in the Beloved’s eyes as he spoke, “That is the origin of deception—believing a lie.”

Enoch’s eyes grew wide with fear. The Beloved was shrouded by the purple arc. The fear of the Lord washed over Enoch as well. 

Enoch bowed. “Lord, how do we resist deception?”

“Instead of embracing a thought without question, challenge it,” the Beloved answered without hesitation. “Pray for wisdom and the One Mind will bring all truth to your remembrance.”

Enoch felt the purple haze lift. He rose slowly and returned to his seat. He stared back into Eye 1704 and all those embracing sin without any resistance to evil. The Beloved spoke the truth.

“Indeed, it is a sobering truth,” the Beloved said. “Each person who sins, has chosen to do so.”

“So, they will all be destroyed?” Enoch asked.

“Yes, but not before they receive ample warning.” The Beloved sighed, “Enoch, the Ancient Father must judge sins because He is unfailingly just. He will not spare the unrighteous seed—only Noah and those who enter the Ark with him will be saved. The cleansing will occur as you prophesied many years ago.”

“When did I prophesy a flood?” Enoch asked. 

“Don’t you remember when your son was born?” the Beloved asked.

“Of course!” Enoch said. He remembered the meaning of his son’s name. “Methuselah means ‘when he dies, it will come’. The Flood will come after Methuselah dies.”

“Indeed, Methuselah’s life shall be the warning,” the Beloved said. He paused and used his finger to write directly into Eye 1704.

“What are you doing?” Enoch asked. 

“I just told one of my scribes what to say about Noah in the Code,” The Beloved leaned back so Enoch could read the symbols glittering on the screen.

“By faith Noah, when warned about events not yet seen, in holy fear prepared an ark for the safety of his household. Through faith he condemned the world and became an heir of the righteousness that comes by faith.”

“I think Noah will be honored to be recognized in the Code,” Enoch said. “But I just have one more question—what is the Code?”

“Ah, you would want to know that,” the Beloved said. “Although the original intent of the Ancient Father remains fixed, the paths of the individual people in Purpose 1208 will be altered. The re-seeding of Adamah is a course correction, which will cause repercussions throughout Purpose 1208. The Code will guide the sons of Adam back to their original intent.”

“What?” Enoch looked more confused than ever.

“The Code is a Book that will help men get back on the right path.”

“Oh,” Enoch said. “I wish someone had given me a Code Book.”

“Enoch,” the Beloved said. “You are more honored than you know. Some of what is written in your scrolls will be etched into the Code. You are one of my first scribes.”

Enoch felt a million little drops of white light shoot from his head and explode like the fireball.

Then he fainted.

Before the Beloved could summon them, the Two Flames entered the room and scooped the man up. 

“We are on stand-by for this one,” they said in unison. “Per the Father’s orders.”