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Author D.E. Phoeni's FALLEN: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto Aims for Dante's Inferno

Related: Inferno, Fallen Angel

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Freelance writer and poet D.E. Phoenix releases Revelations of the Fallen: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto, a stimulating piece similar to works like "Inferno", the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem "Divine Comedy", and with elements of the English poet John Milton's "Paradise Lost". Here, he introduces the readers to Astrial, the fallen angel, who unravels the tragedy and fate of life and humanity-and brings more revelations to stun everyone.

In this book, Astrial starts his revelation at the end and the resolution of human existence. He will lead the readers to the source and the four eternal beings that manipulate the existence and life. The introductions also include the major heralds of each of the beings followed by the presentation of other beings that have influenced the destiny of humanity. The angel will take the readers on a remarkable journey from the origin of evil and to the beginnings of the devil. Astrial will bring clarity to the true ancestors of man and god. He will lead them step by step in the events of the universe from its birth to the divine creations behind things. He will lead them through his revelation of the Earth from its beginnings, to the dinosaurs and eventually to mankind.

Revelations of the Fallen revolves around tragedy and the fate of life and humanity. It travels through various religions until it gets to a point where Astrial himself must be washed from this existence. Throughout the book, readers will find vivid descriptions of battle and of love that was lost. It is about ambition, love, pain, and power. It shows humanity's struggle in existence and the gods they are connected-and bringing the message that everyone's time will come and death comes to all.

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About the Author
D.E. Phoenix is a freelance writer and poet in different genres. He has been a religious buff for over 20 years extensively studying and learning about ancient cultures. He has attended many formal classes about ancient cultures and discussed in many forums about the ancestors of mankind. He is a spiritual person who believes that we have not introduced ourselves to all the possibilities of other theories about our existence. He lives is St. Louis, Mo. where he currently works for the military and government.

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