Transcripts from the Interview with Matthew Cho from Pharmacia: Those Magic Arts
Book 2 of REVELATION SPECIAL OPS
MUST HAVE CLEARANCE
Transmitter for the interview provided by
Interview by Aaron Cooper, co-founder of Revelation Special Ops.
M. Cho: Mr. Cooper, are you there, sir?
A. Cooper: Matt, it’s so good to hear your voice. But you don’t sound so healthy. How are you?
M. Cho: I’m keeping. Holding steady. (coughs) Please, I have to know–how’s Hadassah?
A. Cooper: Right after you were captured, she was recruited by Israeli Intelligence. She’ll be working with them for six months.
M. Cho: But how is she?
A. Cooper: She’s doing well, considering what happened to her dad, and then to you.
M. Cho: I saw her dad. Pastor Asher. He’s gone again.
A. Cooper: Is there any hope of you coming back to us, Matt?
M. Cho: Unless I become feed for the Velosiraptors, I’ll be back as soon as I can. They had me cleaning up after the Brachiosauruses for a while. This place, this rebuilt Babylon, it’s so freakish, man, I can hardly begin to tell you. You’ll see it from my journal pages soon enough.
A. Cooper: The journal pages made it to us.
M. Cho: I haven’t found my dad yet, but I’m recording everything I see. These underground prisons where they keep all of us…so many of the prisoners and slaves are sick. Mr. Cooper, I keep praying for them, but it’s so awful. It’s so awful. The smell. The stench of it all is making me sick. No one is healing, even though I keep praying. Please, I’ve got to get out. I don’t even know if God is still listening to me here. Sometimes I have visions of Him. Sometimes I feel His presence. But he seems so far away from me.
A. Cooper: Don’t let go of God, Matt. Hold onto Him with everything you have. We’ll be coming for you as soon as we can.
M. Cho: I’m going to be transferred soon.
A. Cooper: We’ll find you.
M. Cho: The first seal, Mr. Cooper, the first seal has been opened. The white horse and the arrowless rider.
A. Cooper: We know. The whole world was watching that.
M. Cho: I have to get out of here, Mr. Cooper. There are so many other girls here that need to be rescued from modern slavery. And boys. There are so many children here in Babylon. I can’t take it. If I’m not working to free them, who will free them?
A. Cooper: I’m glad for your heart, son, but it’s not all up to you. Keep praying. Someone else is coming to free them. That’s a promise we can hold onto.
This interview is based on some of what lies within the pages of Pharmacia: Those Magic Arts.