36. Keys of Hell
Recalling the name of the earlier-mentioned worker who exited the Lodge, “Heller,” I, now (that is, while composing this account), believe—since unrelated coincidence cannot exist in a world wherein everything is somehow connected by the Omnipresent—that I understand a divine meaning to such a named person leaving Gatekeeper’s lodge as I entered. Namely, I feel that such an unplanned synchronicity relates to the concept of the “keys of hell” spoken of in the Book of Revelation (1:18). I so believe because, only moments before I myself left the Gatekeeper’s Lodge, I stated—while knowing that “God is love” and Satan, the ego—that God had revealed the key to defeat Satan.
And, I am convinced, this key should be used quickly because egotism is becoming more and more rampant in our world. Only picture the present, extreme partisanship at play in the mass media and in U.S. and international politics. Also, consider the current American President, who many accuse of being an egotist extraordinaire. In fact, and of great concern, due to this presidency, an egotistical individual may be, now, considered by enough of the worldwide masses to be the world’s foremost role model for advancement in our global social system because the press regularly refers to the U.S. President as the “world’s most powerful man” and the “leader of the free world.”