ONCE UPON A TIME – all great stories or tales start with this legendary words.
Once upon a time (exactly 5 years ago) our project started with an idea that has fascinated us for a long time: the Ancient World. At first we thought of a kind of an incredible, post-apocalyptic journey based on “In 80 Days around the World” with mystical actions plots at the places of the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World”.
But then, during our research, we found a locked section in the New Library of Alexandria (that’s a true story and pure coincidence) and that should change the whole story forever. We found terrific inexplicable things that found their way into our epic thriller.
The struggle between good and evil, between God and the Antichrist and the many myth figures outside … Much was invented over thousands of years by imaginative and determined greedy figures, but the fundamental evil actually exists and just waits to be awakened and to step into the light.
Evil has many names – they come from different languages and different beliefs, both in Christianity and in Satanism. The most well-known names for the evil are Satan, Lucifer and Beelzebub. Satan is described as the prince of hell. Lucifer, however, is a reference to the fallen angel, the name means “light bearer”. We also know the names Abbadon (the destroyer), Asmodi (the devastator), Behemot (the beast), Belial (the evil), Diabolus (the slanderer) or Mephisto (the enemy of light). Other less common names are Astarot, Baphomet and Leviathan. Humans have always tried to explain the existence of evil. Whatever name evil has, it stands for the inevitable: it just waits to be awakened and to step into the light; with the aim of bringing eternal darkness over humanity!
And we have found it!
Humans have always tried to explain the existence of evil. We, too … but this is not an attempt to explain, but rather a reporting of what happened to us on our journey through time and space in long forgotten places!
And so, we created a jumper to the worlds of ancient times – combined with family affairs, love, crime, mysticism, a touch of conspiracy from the state and church to maintain the structures of power and the epic walk between the known & unknown worlds.
The next weeks let us tell you about our incredible but true experiences at the places of the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World” (as far as we have found them all, including those that were considered forgotten or destroyed).
It’s fascinating. Keep an eye on it!