Video – Six Sentence Story

In his basement Brian kept books on mystical mathematics, astrology, post-modern literature, psychic philosophy and occult guides featuring faeries, demons, muses, mother goddesses, and witchcraft practices promoting what was in effect a year-long Halloween for him. As he read those books he was charmed by the writing, but nonetheless they failed to relieve him of his self-loathing and depression.

During a particularly low period and after persistent nagging from a friend who insisted that he had nothing of value to lose by doing so Brian started listening to an online audio Bible along with commentaries. Following a suggestion for deliverance in one of the commentaries he destroyed any occult object he could find in his house including books, tarot decks, pendulums, crystals, and horoscopes all stuff he picked up over the years to help him see into what he thought were innocent spirit realms. Who knows where the devil loves to hide?

Today, far removed from those times and looking back, Brian sees his former ways like the viewer of a video asking himself how he could ever have been that guy, but glad he no longer was.

Denise offers the prompt word “video” for this week’s Six Sentence Stories.

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Old Mostly Unread Books From My Basement

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

36 thoughts on “Video – Six Sentence Story”

  1. Who knows what lurks among the pages of some books in a library and how easily some are entrapped by the desire to just look at or just read one more page before laying it aside. . .
    “Promoting what was in effect a year-long Halloween” is a good descriptive phrase to describe what Brian was feeling.
    Thank goodness there is hope and a way to rise above one’s past.

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