In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: the first (Clotho) spins the thread of life, the second (Lachesis) determines its length, and the third (Atropos) cuts it off. Clotho, the goddess of the thread of life, created Samuel Drake, and the length of his existence was determined by the goddess Lachesis. Ultimately, the goddess Atropos decides when the life comes to an end.
Samuel Drake: born into a family of eight, not including his mother and father. At the age of 19 years, his life is cut short as determined by the goddess Atropos. He is met by an angel in the spiritual world and taken to a waiting place before entering heaven. In heaven, he finds extreme joy and happiness with all that is available to him as a citizen of heaven.