Archalien Kessle, author
Do you dare to be enlightened? Do you dare to be sucked into this tickling monstrosity? Darkness Forever, the sequel to his original creation, 66 Sphinxes von Rhode Island, is nothing short of exemplary! More of a work of art than something a bit more orthodox, this is a philosophical journey for anyone who would truly like to experience something genius. With some underlying themes regarding the riddle of Solomon and the realities concerning the actual return of Jesus Christ, someone has to question whether this entire book is divinely inspired. The story itself goes far deeper into the Bible and religion than what is socially instructed, and after reading the book for a couple of minutes, one would have to take very seriously the origins of all this black magic, his theories of thought, and the process underwent for his so-called evolution of art—and not to mention, the esoteric or intergalactic ties of the author himself.