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Posted by Gregory V. Boulware on February 21, 2016 at 8:58pm


"Demon's Throat"
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

Wynetta felt like she was a thing as opposed to being a human being…a woman. The abusive, excuse me - the physically abusive relationship wasn’t always such. Oh, yes…it started out like many (homogenous) serene relationships. What makes these happy couplings take such evil and drastic directions” Who can answer this question? Can it be you?

Wynetta and Walter were young lovers when they met. The couple was then, eighteen and nineteen when they stumbled across one another. They were lucky. They were allowed into an establishment that served alcoholic beverages…an upscale nightclub. They considered themselves luckier than their peers because they had access to things that weren’t allowed at their age level. They felt privileged. The traditional after-wedding soiree`- the reception, if you will, allowed the young Wynetta to attend because of her first cousin, ‘Bev,’ had just tied the knot. Young Mister Walter Henry Henderson was the buddy of the groom. Well…I need not tell you, the caterer or any other adult, of course, did not card them. And for that matter, neither was any other young person under the age of twenty-one years of age. The wine, liquor, and beer flowed – for hours upon hours. More than half the party attendees were found to be drunk or pretty near drunk. The wedding party, for the most part was a success – it was a good time for all.

“I, Thaddeus Bartholomew Wiseman, was privy to the festivities and goings-on because I was the designated photographer and kin-folk to ‘Raymond,’ the groom. Everything else…somebody told me.”

“I remember this familiar feeling," said Wynetta, "for about the third time in three months; of falling – falling down. The falling only came to an end for one reason – maybe two. The point is…I was able to grab onto something in order to break my fall. The primary reason is coming to a complete and utter dead end stop – at the bottom of the stairway, which began at the second floor landing. It didn’t necessarily matter to what position your body was in when this complete and utter stop completed the descent. Albeit, stair-steps and bottom of the stairway landings come into play, the stop is at the bottom of the stairs.”

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Abaddon – a destroyer, in Hebrew, is the “Angel of the bottomless pit.” He was also called ‘Belial’ or ‘Lucifer’ is the name given by patristic writers. They knew him as Satan before his fall. He has appeared as a Black Boy and/or a huge man. He had been seen as a beast having legs and feet like those of an ass, and as leopards, bears, horses, wolves, and scorpions. The most dangerous manifestation of a devil was the appearance as an angel.

‘Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold – Served Hot is not too Bad Either’

Her Momma’s cousin, ‘Jackie,’ knew the perfect contact for making wishes - personal unofficial requests, and/or astral contacts and companions of communicators…

The dog laughed a demonic devils laugh after Wynetta pushed the button that rang the bell. The bell sounded like church bells ringing when the bell ringer played tunes throughout the week and then on Sunday morning. Then the doorknocker knocked – all by itself. It knocked three times with a thunderous effect. The door opened exposing the innards of the dwelling. The long semi-dark corridor was shadowed. Several dull 40-watt red light bulbs illuminated it. At the end of the dark dank hall was a room with a greenish light – a brightly lit green colored room. In its center was a little round clothed table. On top of the covered table was a crystal ball. It was sitting smack in the middle of it. On one side of the green colored room was a bowl-like sink with several large buckets and pots alongside it. On another side of the room was a door. The room had no windows. In the middle of the floor where the table sat, was a massive five pointed star – a pentagram. In a circle that surrounded it, were symbols of the zodiac. On the opposite side of the table, facing Wynetta was an old woman. She was sitting in a chair. She and the chair appeared from what seemed like nowhere. The old woman appeared to be about eighty years of age. Wynetta was sure the old woman was way past eighty.

The mystical looking woman bade Wynetta to sit at the table. Suddenly, there was a chair where one wasn’t before. It was only one chair other than the one in which the old woman sat. The room had no other furnishings. Wynetta sat down in the chair. The old woman stared deeply into the eyes of Wynetta. Her eyes burned deep into her soul. The eyes of the old woman appeared to glow red – red like the eyes of ‘Christopher Lee’s rendition of ‘Dracula.’

Walter got, as some would describe, the seven-year itch – in less than five years. Walter felt trapped in this relationship. Walter felt smothered. Walter wanted out.

“If more black women thought like this woman, relationships and marriages would be successful. And black women wouldn't be telling the world how bad black men are!”

His wife plotted the murder of Duncan, King of Scotland. Lady MacBeth would do anything to gain the throne, even commit murder. MacBeth is also guilty. He wanted power over men. He stood by and allowed his wife to carry out her plot for ambitions sake. On the battlefield, he was Great and victorious.

This evidence has been proven time and time again. The devil’s power remains ever constant - especially when it pertains to those that say he doesn’t exist. The power also resides in the fact of disbelief in him or his demons. The evidence is important. It disproves a common conception that the less educated people were prone to believe in witchcraft while the educated opposed it. It’s also said the reverse is true.

Devils were angels who had rebelled and fallen. Although cast out from the heavens, they maintained their rank within the hierarchy. The first hierarchy consists of Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones. The second is Dominions, Principalities, and Powers, the third being Virtues, Archangels, and Angels.

The word Devil is or means the personification of Supreme Evil, the foe or opposite of God. Devils are synonymous with demons fiends, malignant beings of super human power. This means the devil, or Beelzebub, becomes the Prince of Devils. The Devil is theologically the supreme embodiment of evil. A person can sign a pact with the devil of sell his or her soul to the devil, whereas, a witch may work with a demon of minor devil.

The Egyptian Jews of the third century B.C. used the word ‘Diabolos’ when speaking of the devil. The Hebrew Satan, an angelic entity whose function was to test man’s fidelity to God, was not evil. This entity became identified as evil with his functionality – (Job)-(Luke).

Walter turned to look at the sitter. Sure enough, it was a cat – a big black cat, standing on the human legs of a female shaped body, holding his shiny semi-automatic ‘Colt 45.’ The thing had a great big grin on its face, showing all the cat-teeth and fangs. It reminded him of “Alice in Wonderland.

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This Author sincerely hopes that you enjoy this trip into never-never-land, beyond the realm of infinity, and into the darkness of the mind and the imagination.

Happy Reading! :-)

Til Next Time...

In Peace and Love,





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