Beyond The Darkness, Beyond Suicide

I haven’t been able to stop thinking about Bill Zeller since I learned about his story, and blogged about it yesterday. One thing that is clear to me, and Bill’s story is a reminder of something I learned years ago: each of us must choose The Light. Only we can choose The Light for ourselves. No one can do it for us. Oh yes, the intentional thoughts and prayers of others really do help, and that phenomenon should not be disregarded or discarded. Far from it. We’re all connected, and there is strength in numbers.

How I wish that Bill Zeller had known about Archangel Michael and his legions. Archangel Michael can kick the ass out of The Darkness and does, continually. Archangel Michael and his legions could have kicked the ass right out of that entity of Darkness that engulfed Bill and won him over.

It was not Bill’s fault that he was unable to choose the Light. The lifelong exposure to and probable partial indoctrination into his parents’ interpretation of Christianity and the Bible prevented him from knowing about and acknowledging the Archangels and their true purpose. One day I hope it will for his parents.

My own personal opinion is that the Darkness goes after those who are the most brilliant and accomplished, and who have the most light. Consider how much Bill accomplished in his short life even though The Darkness constantly engulfed him.

Look at how much Light Bill had, even though he was engulfed by The Darkness!

The kicker is that angels cannot step in for us until we call for their assistance. That is the part of human free will about which we are either ignorant, forget, or become defiant. Do not believe anyone who says this is not true. Bible-thumpers will tell you that “it isn’t scriptural, therefore it’s of the Devil” (or some version of that idea). Did it ever occur to you that many Truths were and are continually suppressed… things that WORK, that actually HELP instead of keeping people in bondage to asinine doctrine and dogma, and therefore disempowered?

Churches and religious leaders have suppressed and repressed the masses for centuries, and it continues to this day. Set yourself free by putting doctrine and theology into proper perspective and go straight to the source: God (or The Force, if you wish), Angels, Light, prayer (or positive thinking, or whatever you choose to call it).

The book Beyond The Darkness by Angie Fenimore addresses the Light and suicide in a way that few have. It is a must read for anyone who has ever contemplated suicide, or had a family member or friend commit suicide.

Read Angie’s account of her experiences with The Darkness here (she committed suicide and was technically dead, but was sent back after some pretty amazing experiences).

Beyond The Darkness can be read in a couple hours. It is easy reading. But don’t be fooled, it’s one of the most powerful books out there.

I hope that when Bill got to the other side, he was able to choose the Light. In his earthly life, Bill was unable to choose the Light because he was so completely engulfed by The Darkness, and it ultimately entrapped him beyond the point of no return.

I hope that the thousands (millions?) of prayers sent Bill’s way were enough to create the momentum for him to choose the Light once he was on the other side. That process is clearly described in Beyond The Darkness.

Bill’s description of The Darkness was very interesting to me. For Bill and many others, The Darkness is an actual entity. Bill called it “he.” This is very real. It is not pathology. Darkness entered Bill’s life at a very early age, and it never left. We don’t know how long Bill was molested, but does it matter? The damage was done. Even if the molesting stopped after a few years, that was all it took for Darkness to take charge. It is very possible that for Bill, The Darkness was both a human being (the perp) and an energy vortex. Too many of us get sucked into that dark energy vortex, and we often find it difficult to get out. many times, we must call for assistance – prayer, God, Angels, Light – whatever works.  Personally, I use all of it.

All of this is a reminder to me that it doesn’t matter what our religion is, or whether we believe in God. All that matters is the victory of Light over Darkness. But we must choose. Anyone who has been through the process understands this. And it is a continual process during our lifetime. We don’t just do it once and then forget about it. The issue comes up again and again for most of us.

Choose the Light. Call on the Light. It’s the only way to go. Because Darkness is waiting to engulf us.

Learn about Archangel Michael. Call on him. Call on all the angels. That’s what they are there for. You’ll see how it works. And for those who say “prove it” – it can’t be proven. You have to do it to see how it works. Then you’ll understand.


Choosing the Light doesn’t mean that we give Darkness a pass. It doesn’t always mean that we give a pass to the people who choose the Darkness and abuse us. Yes, there are times to “turn the other cheek” (ignore). Other times, only direct battle will do. And that battle is best won with Light.

If people could understand that it’s not about religion, it’s not about theology, it’s not about dogma, it’s not about doctrine. It’s literally about the difference between The Darkness and The Light.

May each and every one of us be in Light.