I wish to enter the movie, Annabelle Creation. I adore Janice, the main character of the story, and after all the time that’s now finally come to pass, I’m able to recognise with complete lucidity that I can try to save Janice – the actual Janice.

And yet, this is where things become a problem: presuming that I even somehow find the ability to enter an Annabelle Creation, or that I enter a world that perfectly looks and feels like the reality of Annabelle Creation, how can I know that the world I’m in is the literal movie itself, and not just some perfect, very immaculately made replica or simulation of the movie’s world?

For the sake of argument, I’m simply going to assume that Heaven would be the way to get me into the true Annabelle Creation (because why bother trying to conjecture any other alternative?): as such, my new desire is to now examine this dynamic – namely, the dynamic in which Heaven can be defined as a normal person being in a true version of fiction.

A normal person, who is in a true version of a fiction is a uniqueness who is in a true version of a fiction; a uniqueness who is in a true version of a fiction is a true version of a fiction which is outside of a uniqueness. note:Don’t Worry Darling

A true version of a fiction, which is outside of a uniqueness is a true version of a fiction which is in a normality. And then of course, in turn, a true version of a fiction which is in a normality is a true version of a fiction which is inside reality. note:Smile – Siehst du es auch

The true version, of a fiction, is the same as the non-version of a fiction; the non-version of a fiction is a fiction of a version, and a fiction of a version is a fiction that’s not of an origin. note:Im Westen nichts Neues

As things stand, Heaven is a fiction that has no origin which is inside reality. Substitute Heaven for the basic term power, and the result is that power is a fiction that has no origin which is inside reality – it doesn’t necessarily make things better, but let’s see where it goes. note:Die Schule der magischen Tiere

When power means a fiction, that has no origin which is inside reality, a logical reverse is a reality that has an origin which is outside of magic – thus, the meaning of power is a truth that has an origin which rejects magic (or power). note:Die K├╝chenbrigade

A power that is a truth that has an origin which opposes power, is a power that is an inability that has no origin which supports an inability.

An inability that has no origin, is an eternity that is only powerful; a power that is an eternity that has power that supports weakness is the meaning of purity being when a limitlessness contains itself which believes in being flawed.

The meaning of purity: a limitlessness contains a limitlessness which needs to be opposed.

A limitlessness that contains a limitlessness is a limitlessness (Janice) who contains a flaw (the Ram and Valak) which needs to be opposed.

Janice is the eternal power. Her flaws are Valak, and the Ram, in the Mullins house, and I’m the one who needs to exit the universe that I’m currently existing in so that I can enter the universe that Janice exists in.

But how would I save Janice, assuming that I’m even able to get to her reality? Valak and the Ram are supernatural beings, and just because I’ve left one universe for another shouldn’t necessarily mean that I’m equipped to confront either Valak or the Ram.

Indeed: I can’t necessarily expect myself to beat the Ram and beat Valak for the sake of having left my own universe, however, might it be possible that I can beat the Ram and that I can beat Valak for the sake of myself?

I am a Representative. It’s as simple as that. I believe that a press conference can become a scientist. I believe that robots can create Heaven just as a way to prove that capitalism is immoral. I believe that the Vietnam War can prevent mathematics from losing its memory, and finally, I believe that vampires have the right to defy constipation by going on strike – as far as I’m concerned, I have every right to think that I can beat both the Ram and Valak.

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