. As more extensively explained in, "Darkness: Thief In The Night & Maker Of Artificial Light UC#789," we are living during the Night of a Great Day. Two simultaneous things have been taking place.
The Second Truth has been dominating the spiritual narrative. The Second Truth is the Great Evil Spirit's truth. The Great Evil Spirit has turned spiritual night into spiritual darkness and has gained control during the Night and claims it is Day by using Artificial Light religiously.
The true narrative of Night has been muted and mostly dormant because Night is the time of rest, repair and rejuvenation.
The first truth of the Supreme Spirit has been primarily in a spiritual self-healing mode during the Night. While fighting the stagnating energy of the Great Evil Spirit, the Supreme Spirit has been moving through the Night towards the rise into morning.
Right now it is twilight - simultaneously dark, night and light - a time just before fullness of Light rises out of fullness of Darkness and Night. During Day, the Supreme Spirit is awake and most active. The Great Evil Spirit cannot obscure the Supreme Spirit during this time for any significant length of time.
During Night, the Great Evil Spirit can obscure understanding of Night by covering it with a Darkness Matrix.
During Day, the Great Evil Spirit can only follow the Supreme Spirit around as a shadow.
This is the spiritual switching of positions of the Two Truths.
This changeover always happens as slowly, steadily, surely, suddenly, then all at once as Great Day at Night becomes Great Day in the Morning.
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