I saw Eclipse of the Twilight saga, and I enjoyed it, though I grimaced through the love scenes. The stories
within the story of how reluctant vampires came into being before they found the Cullen coven. Then came the ruling Volturi
Coven allowing one coven of unwanted blatant vampires to eliminate and be eliminated by the unwanted animaltarian Cullen coven.
I write because of Bella's comments to Edward, that she didn't seem to belong, not fitting in, clumsy, in her world and that
she felt at home with the dead vampires of the Cullen coven. Warnings of rapaxcious unmerciful appetite for human blood seem
wasted on Bella. No wonder the series is such a hit. A generation of young people raised by sexual libertines given over to
their own appetites now feel life's normal fits and starts at finding a nest and a home, a peer group and a creed to live
by. Chastity and purity, Holiness andsacrifice are called abstinence. There is no hero and saviour to reward and admonish.
So the virginity Bella is embarrassed about seems a failure or hindrance to be shed, more than a virtue to be prized. To give
up and join the blatant rapacious sexual soulsuckers seems right to our young people. Though Bella has the sexual mores, she
lacks the spiritual nature to resist a Satanic coven, and she sees only the cold death of Edward versus the warm warm life
of the wolfman Indian suiter. To give up on chaste marital love in favor of sexual activity, heartbreak and murder of the
innocent baby byproduct through abortion, this is the real vampire choice. A hint of this real angst is found when
Bella at movies' end describes to Edward that it is not for him alone that she sacrifices her warm life but for the lifestyle
of the coven and the demonic race of vampires. So it is with our young ones today. Often the sadness is expressed by the propositional
phrase, "Let's get it over with."
I hope I am making sense in a sad but true way. Hey pcs! go back and see the movie with this in mind.
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