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Ye Old Black Magick If Alex from A Clockwork Orange could do magick, what sort of magick would he do?

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Old 12-16-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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I suppose this comes under "LHP", if you want it to. Black magick is a good enough catch-all, as we previously decided, however.

Hymn to Satan, The Equinox Vol. I No. X

HYMN TO SATAN

I ADORE Thee, King of Evil,
By the body Thou hast fashioned
In the likeness of a devil.
By its purity impassioned
I adore Thee, King of Evil!

I adore Thee, Lord of Malice,
By the soul that Thou hast moulded
Lovely as a lily-chalice
To the sombre sun unfolded.
I adore Thee, Lord of Malice!

By its thirst, the cruel craving
For things infinite, unheard-of,
Dreams devouring and depraving,
Songs no God may guess a word of,
Songs of crime and songs of craving ---

By the drear eyes of the devil
Bleak and sterile as they glitter
I adore Thee, King of Evil,
With these lips, as dry and bitter
As the drear eyes of the devil!

I adore Thee, I invoke Thee,
I abase myself before Thee,
By the spells that once awoke the
Lust of Chaos I adore Thee,
I adore Thee, I invoke Thee!
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"In many countries, roosters were sacrificed to the gods. Early Germans sacrificed roosters during their funeral rites. The Greeks believed a rooster guided the dead to the otherworld where its crowing would awaken the souls to a new life. In the Orient, the Sun-god Attis had the rooster as a personal attribute to represent the myth that Attis had risen from the dead. In the West, the black rooster is an image of Satan."



"Because of its aggressiveness, the rooster has been used to symbolize the soldierly qualities of vigilance, courage, supremacy, and pride. It is the national emblem of France and an image of war."

"This bird's aggressiveness and strutting have also caused it to be associated with base qualities such as arrogance, conceit, bossiness, lust, anger, and bad temper."


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