Changelings were believed to be trolls or fairy children left in place of stolen human babies. Morgen, an adopted foundling reared in Boston, Massachusetts, now in his mid-twenties, is the charismatic lead singer and songwriter for Beantown Home Cookin,’ a showband featuring a troupe of lovely, playful and sexy singer-dancers, embodying the ancient deities that preserved history, science, and inspired the creative arts, calling themselves, in light of their diminished influence in the modern world, the Trashbabies, contribute mightily to the band’s growing popularity. After the sensational live BBC broadcast of their May Eve concert from a ruined abbey in England, Morgen skips its wrap party for the international press to test drive a rented sports car. A squall causes him to skid into a ditch and daybreak finds him seeking help in Morningstone, an isolated village where it seems the storm wiped out all communication with the outside world.
In the village pub, Morgen sits quietly, not wishing to interrupt a filmed presentation of local folklore, after which he hears one teenage girl argue that Fates, Muses, and Furies represent the denigration of the Goddess, reducing her to a bevy of bickering departmental nymphs, and another challenge that argument, suggesting that fragmentation of the Goddess is a device of exposition, used to reveal a crisis through confrontation between various aspects of her character. Morgen quietly and politely follows the conversation until, exhausted by a sleepless night flight from Boston to London, his high-energy televised rock concert, and thereafter, a long night of exposure to the elements, passes out on the floor.
The phone lines are down, and the local pub is booked solid because of the impending May Day celebrations.Laura, the attractive lady lecturer (who was the featured singer in the movie), arranges to take Morgen to an ancient cottage where he may rest until such time as help can be summoned. Her conveyance is a pony cart, decorated for the May Day celebrations, and as they trot off on their way, Laura points out salient features of the countryside, but Morgen only hears her voice singing an obbligato line “The Likes of You,” a song that comes to him at the moment, in which both, neither singing aloud, sing together in silence.
Small wonder then that when Morgen meets Fiona, the wise lady at the cottage who has been prepping it for his arrival, she tells him that song and chant used to mean the same thing, and Morgen, an increasingly popular singer and songwriter, is an enchanter by definition.His songs are spells that once heard, will return, going round and round in one’s head, even when there is no music to hear.
By now, music and story, Changeling’s Return has crossed into a realm of metaphysical real estate where, within the Tomb of Every Hope, Morgen is destined to represent humanity on trial for crimes against Nature, where Muses seek to wean him from his folly, where Furies seek his death by fire, ice, or finally, a plague specific to his race, that other creatures spare whose lives are lived obediently to Nature’s Law. When the Fates withdraw to ponder his destiny,
When Morgen awakens in our “real world,” is he human, recognizing humanity’s dependence and obligation to nature for its survival, or a changeling reared by humans, reawakened to his supernatural origins, and if the latter, what impact will Changeling’s Return have on humanity? The lyrics to the final song offer one answer. “Dog, Roebuck, and Lapwing, your nonsense song makes my ears ring. Between the lines, I hear you sing. Dog, Roebuck, and Lapwing.”
The Republican Revolution of 1994 is the wicked seed that killed Nicole Brown Simpson. This seed was planted to produce a hostile, racial climate in America in order to repeal Affirmative Action Legislation that advanced African-Americans and other minorities since the Civil Rights Movement of 1964. Advancements such as higher education, college admissions, and equal employment opportunities had begun to accelerate the extinction of the Political White Man, causing him to become an “Angry White Male.” According to the Center for American Progress, the minority is slated to become the majority by 2043.
In his efforts to continue the Civil War with the hopes that the South would rise again, the fight moved from the physical arena (plantation fields of Alabama) to the political arena (courthouses and elected conservative officials across the country). Beginning with the burning of black churches in Alabama and using O. J. Simpson as the scapegoat for the horrific murder of an innocent white woman, who was considered expendable because she allowed herself to have intimate, sexual relations with a black slave, was to serve two purposes:
Create a hostile, racial, and political anti-black and anti-democratic climate in America.
Capture the largest voting bloc (the white woman) by turning her against the black man (O. J. Simpson) and African-Americans to ultimately elect a majority Republican House, Senate, and president to repeal Affirmative Action Legislation.
The contentious trial to exploit O. J. Simpson for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson was to create an adverse, racial environment across the country to elect Bob Dole as president and Newt Gingrich as vice president. This would also include a majority Republican House and a majority Republican Senate in the election of 1996. The culmination of this scheme did not manifest until 2016, when Donald J. Trump was elected president and Mike Pence elected vice president. Today, the onslaught to repeal Affirmative Action Legislation has begun–the Republican Revolution of 2016, with President Donald J. Trump being used as a political lackey for his signature.
Twenty years later, exploits from the O. J. Simpson trial are still being used to gain a political advantage and further this agenda. The Republican Revolution committed the crime of the ages that has now been revealed to the nations–the blood of an innocent woman to build a nation. “Woe to him that buildeth a town with blood, and stablisheth a city by iniquity!” (Hab. 2:12).
God has called for revival in this nation! America is as the City of Nineveh–this is the sign of the Prophet Jonah!
This book will empower you to seek out your Kingdom-Identity and purpose. It entails testimonials, as well as practical biblical principles, that will awaken you to embrace all that the Father has created you to be. There are also moments to self reflect and identify action steps that will assist in operating in your Kingdom identity and authority. Take this journey with me in embracing YOU!
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