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The Call is the archetype of 'the Iliad by Homer'; except, here, Ligonde dares go where no other mind had gone before. As has said Stephen Hawking in his book 'a brief history of time' The Church dislikes the idea of anyone going before or beyond the 'big bang' creation especially astrophysicists. Since, humans were limping before, then, Ligonde trek with them, back and forth, in space/time, left them proceed alone into 'the Quantum slipstream' beyond the Heavens near 'The Continuum' in this journey to see God! Unlike 'The Iliad' and 'The Inferno', 'The Call by Ligonde' is not fixated in one specific space/time or location on this blue, beautiful, bountiful planet Earth we dwell on; Instead, 'The Call' made them, both: "space" and "time", its playground; in them, it goes, 'back and forth', around! Unlike 'the Iliad and the Inferno', 'The Call' is overarching, overbearing in the Multiverses's escathological fate to awaken humankind about our destitute state by these entities who supposed to care for us, ad inceptio!
Two apathetic posterities, two sides stand erect, posture for: Hegemony, world domination; whereas, one is orderly, conciliatory, revelatory and with respect; while the other is chaotic, deceitful, full of concealment and with disrespect, as if everything is fined. When, in the contrary, by the latter, we are being hijacked, taken hostages for more over (6,000) six thousands years of foolished history of disobedience and futile rebellion! Finally, after centuries of literary and religious dominance in the Western civilisation, both: 'The Iliad by Homer' and 'The Inferno by Dante' are pushed off the book-shelves awe-strikingly in 'The Call by Ligonde' for Humankind to get ready for 'the Messianic Era'. Open 'The Call', this edda in the eddy, with glee. You'll bite more than you could shew! Ligonde ID # Book ID #