With Lucifer's life force separated from his body on Earth, he finds his consciousness back in Heaven. Death has been given control over Lucifer's failed army and with the Father appearing to be gone, he tries to find a way back to Earth. Samael and Vlad are busy hunting Lilith, knowing it would be Lucifer's will to stop her growing strength. The only two surviving Angels, Alexander and Belial have helped many humans to create a growing society not knowing of Lucifer's influences upon the planet. If he returns, will Lucifer destroy all they have done?
Glen lives in Illinois with his wife. He is, and has always been, an avid story teller. From a young age Glen was fascinated with creating complex alternate universes. His first published writing is the Infinity series.
When looking back at past civilizations many have wondered about the possibility of external help; namely the help of terrestrial beings. In the Infinity series, I delve into the guidance given to mankind by the fallen angels, since they arrived. In Infinity - The Fallen it started with the forming of clans. When writing Infinity - Rulers I depict a time where electricity, and other inventions, exists in the mist of very primitive surroundings. Further along in the series I am hoping to continue with this alternative form of civilization and technology.
Infinity - Rulers
He approached the wall and pushed on it. A section of it moved forward, revealing stairs heading down.
“Going this way will take much longer than me carrying you through the town. However, I understand why you do not want to be carried. So please, head down the stairs.”
I moved past him and began to walk down the stairs. I stopped and turned around as I heard him push the wall back in the place. With all the light gone, I created a fireball in my hand to see around me.
“That is not necessary.”
He pulled a lever on the wall. Light filled the tunnel so I turned around and extinguished the fireball. Walking down the steps, I noticed the light came from orbs mounted above the stairs. It was different from a torch; the light did not flicker as fire would. I followed the stairs until I reached another wall, blocking my path.
“Let me aside,” Alexander said.
He walked ahead of me and placed his hands on a lever on the wall.
“I must shut off the lights first. No one is to know of this passage. After I open the wall, follow the light at the end of the next tunnel. It will be dark, just move quickly toward the light ahead.”
“Yes,” I replied.
He pulled the lever removing all the surrounding light. I heard the sound of the wall being pushed and a blast of cold air flowed toward me. As I stepped forward, I could see a small amount of light in the distance. I ran as fast as I could toward it. Quickly the light became larger and I came to a new opening. I stopped and looked past it, being sure to keep myself hidden.