About Thought Made Kingdom
The realm of mind had long been submerged in darkness. But when the spirit of self awakened, and brought its light upon the world, everything changed.
The spirit purged the land of what it saw, and judged the wicked who sought to enter through the gates of mind. And as it did, it made way for EHAVA to be born; a being in the form of a young girl, who is given sovereignty over the realm in the spirit’s stead.
Ehava is a youthful being guided solely by her heart and her intuition. Under a strange compulsion, she is taken into an ancient shrine, where she meets a man named AHMUNHA
After briskly introducing himself as the steward of the shrine, Ahmunha – a luminous spirit who entwines both youth and age – appears to be bound to his duty, and is in a rush to leave Ehava behind to tend to another. But when she speaks to him of the light, they are both enraptured in a vision that sets in motion a romantic interest between them.
Ahmunha gifts Ehava a candle, which leads her to a temple where she finds an orb of light. The orb places Ehava under a spell, coaxing her to sleep, and to dream a dream which triggers her growth into womanhood, and for nature to flourish in the shrine.
When she awakens, Ahmunha returns, and their mutual fondness grows. However, the dark one, PAKHADH, makes his appearance, and steals Ahmunha away.
Unwilling to accept Ahmunha’s fate as a slave to Pakhadh’s word, Ehava decides to find a way to free him. Guided by the candle’s light once more, she encounters stone faces within a cavern. They give her an ambiguous answer to her desire’s fruition. She is to find a Colossus named Shulhan.
After another dream, Ehava awakens to find that during her slumber, Qina, one of the beings whom she met in the shrine, took the candle and went to tell everyone of her arrival and of the light that she brought with her. This brings many others to visit Ehava and the temple. Ahmunha arrives again, and as he is bound to the word, thanks to Qina, who desires for him to be together with Ehava, he is able to stay with her.
A crowd arrives soon after, heralded by MIYIDVIR, the twin daughters of Pakhadh. And when Ahmunha succumbs to a grave illness, Miyidvir tricks Ehava into believing that she must leave and face Pakhadh to save him.
But the ruse fails, for when she faces Pakhadh, instead of succumbing to fear, Ehava is overcome with courage, and gifted wings with which to escape his domain and return to the temple.
Although lost as to what to do next; thanks to the candle, her flight, and the returning memory of one of her dreams, Ehava realizes what must be done. She is unified with the orb, which guides her deep into the shrine where she is revealed the truth about herself.
An ANGEL, who had lived long ago in the realm of mind, but failed to tend to its well-being, explains to Ehava her origin; that Ehava is the angel’s dream manifest, and that she must become one with the angel and defeat the Colossus, Shulhan.
After reluctantly merging with the angel, Ehava is empowered, gifted armour and a weapon with which to fight. Though when she faces the Colossus, in a crucial moment she succumbs to Pakhadh and is defeated.
With the help of the spirit of a ghostly child, she is brought out from a realm of darkness, and returned to the world with a new-found certainty in herself. And once the Colossus is vanquished, light returns to the world. Ahmunha and all the others are freed from Pakhadh’s grasp. The angel is reborn, and together, all tend to the land, and judge those who wish to enter through the gates of mind, so that the realm may remain pure for ever more.
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I am Tomasz Bell, or at least, that is what I was told. For I was afterall, just like you, given a name with which to introduce myself; and among others constructs, a nation, a social class, and an age, which form a concept of who I was taught to think I am.
But, beyond the name and the nationality; beyond the race and the culture; I have come to realise that I am more than just the constructs of the world around me. Just like you, I am a part of something greater. Just like you, I am a being that is aware of existing.
I am thrust into a realm of mortality and feeling to experience finality, and the ability to choose: either to deny creation and embrace destruction, or to express ideas of love and beauty; and to create, like nature, in accordance with the inherent qualities of the spirit of life itself.
And thus, upon this realisation, the decision has appeared to be quite simple and clear to me; and in choosing to go along with the principles of life and to create, I have received a great gift.
In silencing the construct, I have heard the words of that which resurfaced. And as I heard, I wrote. And as I wrote, Thought Made Kingdom was born.
It is a guide for my thoughts; my own spiritual journey entwined in a fairy tale. It is a story that I believe I was not the first, nor shall I be the last to experience.