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In this essay we will study similarities that could bookend the Mark of Cain with the Mark of the Beast. To do that, we must establish what that Mark of Cain was, and that his Line survived the Flood. We also ponder the path to their salvation, a path of embracing the ethics of shepherd service founded in the Garden of Eden when our sovereignty passed from Angels to Man; ethics many of the Angels refused to embrace, not realizing the endless torment that choice would reap. We will study how they bound us in a beatific dystopia, ensnaring us by smoothly flipped oaths, and ever demand our obedient deference to a hijacked genealogy.