Issues 1-12

The Opening of the Senses

•••
By Saint Ignatius Brianchaninov Printed in Issue 6* PEOPLE become capable of seeing spirits by a certain alteration of the senses, which is accomplished in a way that is unnoticeable and inexplicable to a person. He only notes in himself that he has suddenly begun to see what before this he had not seen and what others do not see, and to hear what before[...]

Overdose

•••
From Issue 4 part one: Monk Ephraim In the year of 1425 a monk was taken captive and tortured to death in his monastery in Greece for being a Christian. He was slowly tortured to death over a period of a year. After each episode his wounds were allowed to heal, and then he was subjected tonew and worse punishments. Finally they executed him. He was hun[...]

Through Closed Doors

•••
From Issue 8   In may of 1980, the singer /poet Ian Curtis of Joy Division hung himself in his Manchester, England home the day before he was to depart for their big U.S. tour. On the same day in Washington State, Mt. St. Helen’s erupted, and a young man prepared for high school graduation, and the turmoil that his life would soon become… The d[...]

Exorcisms in Russia: From an Eyewitness

•••
By Nun Cornelia Originally Printed in Issue 6, 1995 No Orthodox Christian in Russia doubts the existence of Demons, and that they wage brutal war against people. Neither do they doubt that Christ is stronger than demons; that He has won the war and continues to conquer. Why are they so sure? Because they see it with their own eyes. They see the pitiful v[...]

The Anti-Humans and the Re-Education Experiment

•••
Originally published in Death to the World Issue 12 The Anti-Humans and the Re-Education Experiment Between 1944-1945, Communism took over the Christian country of Romania. An experiment of terror was performed on the young generation, on students from the age of eighteen to twenty five. Among those students was a man who is alive today after surviving[...]

Death to the World (Issue 1)

•••
The last true rebellion is death to the world. To be crucified to the world and the world to us. With the seed of dissatisfaction deeply planted in the heart of today's society, rebellion has been a small key to unlock the doors of change. But the rebellion that the world has known is not the fullness of true rebellion. Since our times have come to a poi[...]

Murder // Redemption (Issue 3)

•••
Originally Published in Death to the World Issue #3, 1994 1. The life and death of Abba Poemen, the solitary. One day, I went down to Rouba to visit Abba Poemen the grazer. When I found him, I told him the thoughts which troubled me. When night fell, he left me in a cave. It was winter and that night it got very cold indeed; I was freezing. When the el[...]

To Save the World (Issue 2)

•••
Originally published in Issue 2. Written by John Marler, 1994 "Beauty will save the world" -Fyodor Dostoyevsky Progress with its machines has made the world regress to a place where there is no beauty. If there is no beauty, what will save the world? From the womb we are taught that things detestable are attractive, and therefore the image of true b[...]