Book four, The Truth of the Black Dragon
The story takes ever more form, and the raw text is steadily growing, now 208 book pages:
The black dragon, Knight shows up Sunday night when I wake up just past midnight.
“I am here to invite you on a walk through a landscape at night.”
“Indeed, you lead the way.”
We are pure consciousness when we appear in a rocky terrain with some vegetation. The air is still kept warm by the surroundings beaming the warmth collected from the Sun. There are low cliffs on both sides of a narrow path cleared for rubble, which we follow. It feels we glide side by side even we have no bodies. The Moon is almost full and shines a dim light over the landscape. The rocks and boulders create shadows which could be cave entrances or just surfaces in the dark. I am not afraid and feels totally safe. We glide a while in silence so I can adjust to the scenery. Eventually, Knight breaks the silence, but without speaking out loud.
“This walk is to show your scattered and hiding parts, that you, the Master is truly ready to receive them home. It will show them, that you are not a warry-fairy, but one who stand her ground and bring all back into unity.”
“I know they need to see me as strong and powerful, even those concepts no longer are a part of what defines me. If I appear as weak as they feel they are themselves, they will despite me and can’t use me or may even challenge me for the position.”
“You are correct, Luzi. We use the moonlight to lure those out who are ready to join the whole. If they have the courage to move into the moonlight, which is actually your light, they are ready.”
“I see. If they are too scared or repulsed by my appearance, they won’t come out.”