In the middle ages the magicians who created monsters were haunted by them forever after. We are all haunted by dreams and shadows. The dreams of happiness and the shadows of disappointments.
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As Persephone You’ve haunted my dreams,
The daughter of Styx is not what She seems!
My fate is tied to You forever and on,
I raise up the cup and adore Babalon!
In Nomine Babalon: 156 Adorations to the Scarlet Goddess
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“Language itself is haunted by the (sometimes unintentional) poetics of its own self-overcoming, by the subversive, the ‘erruption of the marvellous’. Life seems to conspire with this outsideness, such that even representation finally escapes representation.”
Millennium – Hakim Bey