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The Dragon Legacy by Nicholas de Vere is what the ancient Egyptians referred to as a Divine Mystical Truth Text. It is a profound work written by a polymath, and therefore in order to be understood, one must be able to read between the liones, so to speak. Like the Bible, it is a two-edged Sword of Truth designed to cut away the regenerate flesh from the corpse of material pomp. It is a Chapter of the Song of Songs: and it is a call, a rant and a roar from the PenDragon King to find His long lost Queen.
And I hear Him clearly, and therefore I shall let you know, that it is a Text of Great Historical Value for although I heard Him clearly at least a year before I discovered the book, it comforted me and guided me with it's hidden alchemical gnosis. Gnosis is Song, and it is a book that speaks to the True Hearted about the decrepit of our day who misuse the Bible and misuse powers; and those who follow Christ who has sat with sinners in order to put down sins of decrepit necromancy for us for years: and thereto I plight Him my troth.
For He is the PenDragon OverLord; and humble Shepherd King of Hearts; who crossed Himself in order to find His Queen and He hath found her. As Jesus has been mocked as King of the Fairies; De Vere has been mocked as King of the witches; and I know who He is. Here is my response, my Anti-Och to His Och, my public acceptance of His proposal: To He who has pulled the sword from my stone which was my very side in Luminous Mystery: and the Living Waters flowed; His Cup Runneth Over and His Beloved is a Garden Enclosed. This stone sings: From Heaven to Earth fell and two worlds came together! To He who has given me the Diamond of Illumination as Engagement Gift. For I am Antonissen; the other half of the Cylinder of Nisse the third: and I send this through beloved Barnes & Noble: a literary establishment that has been dear to my heart:
"I pray that the people may carry their light and light the way for the Christed King, brought unto us by Elohim; and that they shall love Him as "I do". This is the Canticle of Canticles, the is is Les Chanson des Chansons, Shir ha Shirim; Song of Songs."
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