You think you owned it because you used it.
William Amos, The Banquet: A Short Story
- “Dee was himself told originally to adapt the form from several in his own collection of Grimoires; but which one, was not made clear either by Dee or the Angels. A number of variations on the Seal of God or Seal of God’s Truth are to be found in MSS owned by Dee.”
- “Yes, yes! let fancy sup That grislier banquet than old Atreus planned! Mind cannot fathom, nor the brain conceive, Nor soul assimilate, nor heart believe The horror of that Thing without a Name. Full on me, boasting, like Death’s hand it came, And struck me headlong.”
- Aleister Crowley tangentially mentioned in a Rolling Stone cover story
- Swamp Thing: Roots
- “Speak, old man—wouldst thou change thy condition?”