In the days when first the men of old moved between the worlds of men and the worlds of angels, beings of light, and incarnations of ether, there was planted the seed of wickedness in the hearts of those who, by their soul’s choice had opened themselves to the experience of interacting with minds which answered the call of I AM with the idea contained in the word “irreverent”. From this seed grew other ideas, the fruit of which can be seen in actions commonly termed “animosity”. This word, though it bears a resemblance to the word “animal”, has nothing truly to do with those creatures who, lacking speech or dexterous digits, are looked upon by many humans as beasts of soulless nature. Animals bear no animosity save that which is learned from their human compatriots on Earth. Animosity, rather, is a choice that rightly or wrongly is given to humans alone to choose, and those demons who embody the energies rooted in irreverence are merely teachers and friends of those who wish to learn. It is not within the realm of nature to preclude such actions, words or thoughtforms from being; nature allows as man chooses, for man is the creator of his own world. The creation of a world where animosity in all its forms is nothing more than an understanding of possibility requires irreverence to be irrelevant, an eventuality most effectively brought into being through the recognition of all creation as divinity expressing itself in form. Where humanity begins its transformation into divinity, animosity ends, being itself transmuted into the element of love.