“Why is the truth, it would seem, revealed to some and not to others? Is there a special organ for receiving revelation from God? Yes, though usually we close it and do not let it open up: God’s revelation is given to something called a loving heart.” Seraphim Rose
Dokken Storm As a writer, I write all my stories with an Orthodox perspective. Keeping Faith at the forefront of the story can be difficult. I wrote a whole book with the Faith as the focus and it was difficult to truly show the beauty of the Orhtodox Faith; you can find that book here … Continue reading Artistic Expression In Faith →
Story by Dokken Storm & Nate Armstrong Image made by Nate Armstrong Ephraem woke up in the maintenance tunnel untrusting and demanding some answers, but E.L. told him to be quiet. They moved on to a door that had a scanner for a lock. “Scan the NFT I gave you earlier,” E.L. said. Ephraem looked … Continue reading Windows To Darkness: Tunnel Vision →
By Dokken Storm Life within a family is radiant and should consistently be. This family was peculiar, the way they lived and thought was unique compared to the rest of the world. Everyone was unique within this family as well. There was the Father named Maticulous, the Mother named Heartvul, and the oldest boy Afficious, … Continue reading The Family →
The goblins were cleaning up a green ooze that was leaking from the battery array that fed the Citadel. The amount of batteries was uncountable and formed a wall that circled the Citadel. The ooze had been seeping out for some time and a pink vapor wafted over the disastrous chemical bog. The army of … Continue reading Windows To Darkness- Vapor Trail →
Story by Nate Armstrong & Dokken Storm The solar panels were endless in all directions save the path that led to the forest, which they had just exited. The heat was magnified from the reflection of ten thousand suns, each siphoning its power from the star overhead. Ephraem followed E.L. closely and debated with himself … Continue reading Windows To Darkness- Cerebral Illogica →
Adventure Continues The soulless voice echoed off the trees in a mechanical drone that immediately put Ephraem in a state of fight or flight. He would have turned to run as his heart quickened within his chest but the machine dog followed up its greeting with a playful bow. Ephraem loved dogs and this gesture … Continue reading Windows To Darkness: Solar Labyrinth →
The story continues… After running in the direction of the tracks Ephraem was catching his breath when a glint of metal caught his eye. To him, it looked like a metallic idol that could move on its own. What other creatures from campfire stories exist in this vast forest? The footprints were heavy like the … Continue reading Windows To Darkness: A Voice In The Darkness →
Story by Nate Armstrong & Dokken Storm Image created by Nate Armstrong The last time we saw The Upside Down we left with a wink, the mystery continues… The silent darkness of night was interrupted by a sudden scream. An inconsolable girl was sobbing and in between screams rambled on about a winking goblin to … Continue reading Windows To Darkness: Ephraem for a Dream →
Story by Nate Armstrong & Dokken Storm Cover image made by Nate Armstrong In The Upside Down two societies are living close but apart. One living in harmonious union with God and the other living in a techno land of illusion. What happens when one who knows nothing of true spiritual life looks over the … Continue reading Windows To Darkness: A Peek Behind The Void →
Image made by Nate Armstrong Story by Dokken Storm A passport is usually something that is used for adventure. To be adventurous takes spirit and patience. In The Upside Down there is a pandemic of illusion. This illusion causes fear, dread, and despair. John & Maria had twin sons and one girl. The twins were … Continue reading The Green Zone →
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