Sunday, October 10, 2010

The Holder of Wisdom

In a small city, in some country, you may find a discount store. When you reach the counter, ask for someone called "The Holder of Wisdom." The worker will chuckle and you will be guided to an empty room. The worker will hand you a key and tell you to wait some time in the room until you hear a bell ring. Then you have to lock the door, wait until a second ring and unlock it.

It will open all by itself and reveal a long hallway, with all colors you may or may not know painted onto the walls, ceiling and floor. Follow the hallway until you hear a little girl singing. Stop, close your eyes and stay where you are until the girl finishes the song, even if you think that it will drive you mad. If you do move, run. Run back to the door where you came from, as fast as you can. Jump through the window of the room where you waited before and you might live. Should you be unable to reach the window in time, you will be dragged back into the hallway by something that is not a little girl, pulled by this horror until time itself ends, forever feeling the pain of every soul dragged to an early grave.

If you do not move and the song ceases, you are free to turn around and leave forever, or walk deeper into the hallway, until you reach a door in the shape of a human. Open this door with the same key that was given to you earlier, walk inside and close it behind you. In the middle of the room you will see a desk with a bright candle and behind the desk will sit a man, with his face hidden by the shine of the candle. Walk closer, but always keep the flame between you and the man's face, for if you witness what he looks like, your gaze will be fixed on his until your hands have removed every inch of skin off of your bones.

Stop when you are five steps away from the desk. The man will raise his hand and gesture you to come closer, but do not step any further than this. Close your eyes and ask him one question, nothing else. "Who will bring them back together?" You will hear the man rising from his chair and he will begin to pray. It will be a language you will not understand at first, but after two minutes, you will hear a name. Should you hear 'Anubis', then pray that your death will come quickly. If it is 'Thor' you hear, you may open your eyes. The man's head will be on the desk, cut off of the body, but still talking. After another three minutes, he will stop and begin to tell you how you will die. He will describe every minute detail of your horrible death, and you will be unable to move for the length of it. Lastly, he will describe the one who will steal your life away from you, and go into such detail as to why it is necessary that you yourself will question which would be the worst: you being murdered, or you being allowed to continue to live.

Finally, the man's head will stop talking. It is object 9 of 538. It is up to you what you do with the knowledge of your death, for it now is inevitable.

50 comments:

  1. I'm going to go into every discount store I can find, and ask for "The Holder of Wisdom" until I find this guy.

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  2. i jsut wanted to say i love your page banner haha so cuteee

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  3. Freaky.. I enjoy reading these over and over

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  4. lol @ Hotsaucer's comment

    really like reading the holder series. a lot of them are really good.

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  5. I love your page banner too haha. I'd love to do that to a cat.

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  6. I love reading these stories! It's so mysterious and eerie :D

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  7. It's always getting better! I love this. BTW: The deadline isn't definite. Sometime this evening. One hundred words isn't hard.

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  8. lol that god damn cat.

    oh creepy story too.

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  9. I thin I have entered the twilight zone (Serling not vampire).

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  10. i know this must of been said a few times tldr but that freaking cat scared the crap out of me

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  11. this was one of the best things i readed today! Hope to see some more!

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  12. quite a nice update.....
    but what is wisdom from your perspective.. ?

    see you soon...

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  13. Your posts are trippy as shit. I like it.

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  14. i like the way you write these, very gripping

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  15. The Holder of Wisdom!? wow, who gave you information about me? lol. It seems insteresting, I'll read it later when I finish all my homework (tedious assignments ;_;) I like your how you can balance the flow among the words.

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  16. awesome post, i love your banner lol.

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  17. hey thanks for visiting my blogs!! <333

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  18. Great read! Looking forward to reading your next post.

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  19. this is a good follow up post to the previous one

    I have a new post on GTL Everyday too :)

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  20. Thanks for the comments on my blog :)

    I have new bubbles on Enhanced by MS Paint!

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  21. cat on the front page always gets me lol

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  22. Love creepypasta stories. Also the batman cat. Keep on coming back for the batman cat.

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  23. Loved reading your post. Keep up the good work.

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  24. thanks for the comments on my blog!

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  25. Another string of impressive posts. I don't know how you do it but I like it :)

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  26. Oh wow, what would he do with knowing the time of his death! That would be so freaky!
    Mesty =)

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  28. Awesome as always. Can't wait for more.

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