Satanism in ART [Trigger Warning]

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I hesitate to click 'like' on these posts @Vmort but I do respect the effort you make in sharing them. Some of these images are very grim to behold, which makes me wonder about the purpose for creating them? Perhaps on one level it's simply the artist expressing an internal thought, but maybe there's more to it than that.

I thought of this thread recently when reading this very interesting blog:


It starts about flat earth, but moves on to talk about Picasso and Cubism. There's some very interesting comments about Picasso's effect on other people around him, they talk of feeling drained after being in his presence.

Are these works attempting to 'conjure' a particular emotional reaction? Is this a question of harvesting energy from the viewer, or putting that viewer in a particular emotional state which makes them more vulnerable to a particular message or spell even?

It also reminded me of something that happened many years ago to me in the USSR of all places. I went to the Hermitage Museum in what was then Leningrad. The lower floors of the former palace were full of very grand paintings by the Old Masters. As we moved upstairs however we started to find lot's of work by the Impressionists and then more modern art hidden away in smaller rooms and not really given much prominence. I think we were told that these works weren't favoured by the authorities so they were not displayed as prominently. There was one room full of Rodin sculptures which I found myself alone in, something that would never have happened in a Western Museum at that time or any since.

I was young at the time and knew next to nothing of occult symbolism. At the time I thought the decision to hide these works away was a matter of ideology. Today I wonder if it was as much, or more, to do with the occult objectives of some of this art?

Thanks again for your efforts on this thread and on the site. I do enjoy reading your posts, even if some of these images are not nice to behold. :)
 






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Some of these images are very grim to behold, which makes me wonder about the purpose for creating them?
Fiona Barnett Eyes Wide Open states that memories stored in right hemisphere. These people are from satanic families and live through all of horrors they draw. So if you see an artist with themes described susspect family also.
Thank you for support it is hard for me to do research because I have to watch each artist and analyse it myself.
 






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