Song of Arayia – The Eternal Rest

The Eternal Rest Previous chapter, Song of Arayia – Deadly Encounter As long as the soul is conscious of its presence on any plain, whether it is physical, metaphysical or else what, it is living. Therefore, death is not the absence of life in the physical plain. It is the absence of consciousness on any... Continue Reading →

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SoA – Writing Schedule

First off, sincerely, thank you for following my blog. I appreciate every view and like, even the likes without a view. It all adds up towards a positive end. When I started this blog and decided to start writing this story, I had only planned to write 10,000 words. I honestly thought that 10,000 words... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Dark Embrace

The Dark Embrace As Raltor welcomed the embracing presence of the darkness, he drowned in the turbulent tides of his dismaying emotions, for it did not gasp in horror because of his sight, and it did not pity him for sulking in his grief. It embraced him without expressing empathy or derision. The darkness was... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Crocodile

The Crocodile On the third day, Ut and Alessia had finally surfaced from the depth of the labyrinth. Alessia's hands trembled as she climb to through the stones into Etta's chamber. She walked the great length of the hypostyle hall, she was content she could see the round shape of the pillars and intricate patterns... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Abomination

The Abomination Related readings, Song of Arayia – Siegfried – Chapter 4 and Song of Arayia – Chapter 5 For the most part, the pain in Raltor's chest had ceased to grip him, but it only occasionally returned with enough intensity to make him collapse to his knees since his body had yet to fully accept the heart... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – Black Iron

Black Iron (I will most likely come back in the future and add more detailed descriptions to this chapter) Previous chapter, Song of Arayia – The Labyrinth Alessia and Ut stood in front of a black door that had no particular design on it with the exception of a few grooves on the outer edges.... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Labyrinth

Labyrinth Read the previous entry, Song of Arayia – Sulyvan The entrance to the labyrinth was hidden beneath the sarcophagus of the goddess Etta. The dragon had to use his strength to move the sarcophagus to expose a small and narrow path forward, which like the rest of the temple had collapsed into itself. At first... Continue Reading →

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