Define virus: a piece of code which is capable of copying itself and typically has a detrimental effect, such as corrupting the system or destroying data.

Any biological and synthetic forms would fit the bill above.

Virus seduced then infested Eve, about six millennia ago.
Same virus infested and seduced Adam, same sequence.

Throughout Europe, and other continents, the Military kinetically devastates strongholds of said virus’ alterations, aberrations, corruptions.

Human wisdom either craves for fear at a milder byproduct of said virus [because all disease came as a consequence of The Virus of old] or believes an outgoing paradygm.

Good listeners, patient operators, know [because asking questions gives answers] that, dismantling an Old Contract by completion, our Creator nullified religion, by establishing a firewall between human practiced rituals and God-given Faith [they are not interchangeable, religion v. Faith, we’ve been taught].

Disclosure?, asked the hipster, or a random ufologist.

Disclosure, FULL Disclosure! -has been given to us [our ancestors] about two millennia ago, when the Programmer entered the game, as a humble Player.

Red pill?, an option for Neo?
Beyond the meme, through death and Resurrection, we already have it.
Because Yasu Khrist IS the Red pill.

Now stop, breathe and think: it took history twenty hundred years of religion and confusion to come again?

Let us pray for the Military. For they bring us peace, they defend our children, storming the virus away.

Too late have I loved you, O Beauty so ancient, O Beauty so new. Too late have I loved you! You were within me but I was outside myself, and there I sought you! In my weakness I ran after the beauty of the things you have made. You were with me, and I was not with you. The things you have made kept me from you – the things which would have no being unless they existed in you! You have called, you have cried, and you have pierced my deafness. You have radiated forth, you have shined out brightly, and you have dispelled my blindness. You have sent forth your fragrance, and I have breathed it in, and I long for you. I have tasted you, and I hunger and thirst for you. You have touched me, and I ardently desire your peace.

Prayer on finding God after a long search
by Augustine (354-430), great teacher of biblical theology and bishop of Hippo, North Africa
the not-so-silent war

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