Jesus has the Wheels
It was rare to see such a nice car in Watershed, and even rarer to see one driving with purpose, never stopping once for the driver to swear at their GPS until it got them out of that mosquito-infested and mosquito-invested bog that called itself a town.
Tom knew cars, on account of a few years working as a mechanic, and he couldn’t recall if he’d ever even worked on such a fine piece of machinery. He expected it to drive on by, as nobody sitting in that sort of thing could have any business with him, but it stopped, for the first time in days, at the foot of his gravel driveway. Continue reading
Humans walked a dark Earth for thousands of years. They were ravaged by disease, the teeth of great shadow beasts, and the cogs of their own societal machinery. When their suffering was sufficient it moved Honweh, almighty god, to reveal himself. He descended to the plane of man and brought with him astonishing gifts to prove his divinity: magnetism to pull the metals of the Earth, coalfire and steam to drive winter’s bite away, trapped lightning to immolate the dark predators and the nightmares, mirrors so man could see his own soul, and plastic to coat the works of man and starve out the diseases that dwelled on Earth’s moist surfaces.
Honweh also brought with him his great justice that organized the races and creeds of humanity. All were united in worship of him. Honweh guided this adoration like an artist guiding a paintbrush and built incredible cities of bronze, brass, and lead. As his concern for the humans grew, Honweh made the decision to move his Ancyclopedrae, his book of immutable records, to Earth along with his other belongings, making Earth his home.
And so he remains, ruling the kingdom of man with kindness, wisdom, and discipline.
-First Summation, Honweh’s Glory Continue reading