Satanism in LITERATURE [Trigger Warning]

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Philip Pullman - Dark materials trilogy

Atheistic satanist manifesto for kids
OH YES! These DAEMONS are just like alters. Also displayed MK ULTRA torture -- Nicole Kidman (Fiona Barnett exposed her) tortures Lira, main hero, to do as Nicole Kidman says by threatening her daemon.
 






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Philip Pullman - Dark materials trilogy

Atheistic satanist manifesto for kids
Agreed. The story seems completely off, especially with the whole child sacrifice stuff and its relativisation. Plus the worldbuilding is pretty bad, so it doesn't even make for good literature.
 






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OH YES! These DAEMONS are just like alters. Also displayed MK ULTRA torture -- Nicole Kidman (Fiona Barnett exposed her) tortures Lira, main hero, to do as Nicole Kidman says by threatening her daemon.
I get the vibe from Fiona Barnett that she is indeed telling the truth.
 






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Agreed. The story seems completely off, especially with the whole child sacrifice stuff and its relativisation. Plus the worldbuilding is pretty bad, so it doesn't even make for good literature.
I enjoyed the books.
But the message is obvious.
He has stated that it was written as an anti narnia.
They kill god, break open the gates of hell, and eat marzipan.
The evil repressive church is pitted against 'knowledge', which is, in the end, just sexuality as original sin.

It is a homage to the rebellious idea of satan, as exemplified in Milton's Paradise Lost, for which the trilogy is named.

Like I say, I liked those books. They were great stories.
But the message is obvious and the author reiterated his position in a number of interviews.
He doesn't like christianity, so he killed god.
 






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Charles Baudelaire
Wrote poetry about Satan, His most famous work, a book of lyric poetry titled Les Fleurs du mal (The Flowers of Evil), (Roy Campbell's translation)
Displays all signs of MK ULTRA

  • French composer Claude Debussy set five of Baudelaire's poems to music in 1890: Cinq poèmes de Charles Baudelaire (Le Balcon, Harmonie du soir, Le Jet d'eau, Recueillement and La Mort des amants).
  • French composer Henri Duparc set two of Beaudelaire's poems to music: "L'Invitation au voyage" in 1870, and "La vie antérieure" in 1884.
  • English composer Mark-Anthony Turnage composed settings of two of Baudelaire's poems, "Harmonie du soir" and "L'Invitation au voyage", for soprano and seven instruments.[58]
  • American electronic musician Ruth White (composer) recorded some of Baudelaire's poems in Les Fleurs du Mal as chants over electronic music in a 1969 recording, Flowers of Evil.
  • French singer-songwriter Léo Ferré devoted himself to set Baudelaire's poetry into music in three albums: Les Fleurs du mal in 1957 (12 poems), Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire in 1967 (24 poems, including one from Le Spleen de Paris), and the posthumous Les Fleurs du mal (suite et fin) (21 poems), recorded in 1977 but released in 2008.
  • Soviet/Russian composer David Tukhmanov has set Baudelaire's poem to music (cult album On a Wave of My Memory, 1975).[59]
  • American avant-garde composer, vocalist and performer Diamanda Galás made an interpretation in original French of Les Litanies de Satan from Les Fleurs du mal, in her debut album titled The Litanies of Satan, which consists of tape and electronics effects with layers of her voice.
  • French singer David TMX recorded the poems "Lesbos" and "Une Charogne" from The Flowers of Evil.
  • French metal/shoegaze groups Alcest and Amesoeurs used his poetry for the lyrics of the tracks "Élévation" (on Le Secret) and "Recueillement" (on Amesoeurs), respectively. Celtic Frost used his poem Tristesses de la lune as a lyrics for song on album Into the Pandemonium.
  • French Black Metal bands Mortifera and Peste Noire used Baudelaire's poems as lyrics for the songs "Le revenant" and "Ciel brouillé" (on Vastiia Tenebrd Mortifera by Mortifera) and "Le mort joyeux" and "Spleen" (on La Sanie des siècles – Panégyrique de la dégénérescence by Peste Noire)
  • Israeli singer Maor Cohen's 2005 album, the Hebrew name of which translates to French as "Les Fleurs du Mal", is a compilation of songs from Baudelaire's book of the same name. The texts were translated to Hebrew by Israeli poet Dori Manor, and the music was composed by Cohen.
  • Italian singer Franco Battiato set Invitation au voyage to music as Invito Al Viaggio on his 1999 album Fleurs (Esempi Affini Di Scritture E Simili).
  • American composer Gérard Pape set Tristesses de la lune/Sorrows of the Moon from Fleurs du Mal for voice and electronic tape.
  • French band Marc Seberg wrote an adaptation of Recueillement for their 1985 album Le Chant Des Terres.
  • Dutch composer Marjo Tal set several of Baudelaire’s poems to music.
  • Russian heavy metal band Black Obelisk used Russian translations of several Baudelaire poems as lyrics for their songs.
  • French singer Mylène Farmer performed "L'Horloge" to music by Laurent Boutonnat on the album Ainsi soit je and the opening number of her 1989 concert tour. On her latest album "Désobéissance" (2018) she recorded Baudelaire's preface to "Les Fleurs du Mal", "Au lecteur". The French journalist Hugues Royer mentioned several allusions and interpretations of Baudelaire's poems and quotations used by Farmer in various songs in his book "Mylène" [60] (published in 2008).
  • In 2009 the Italian rock band C.F.F. e il Nomade Venerabile released Un jour noir, a song inspired by Spleen, contained in the album Lucidinervi (Otium Records / Compagnia Nuove Indye). The video clip is available on YouTube.
  • German aggrotech band C-Drone-Defect used the translation of "Le Rebelle" by Roy Campbell as lyrics for the song "Rebellis" on their 2009 album Dystopia.
  • English rock band The Cure used the translation of "Les yeux des pauvres" as lyrics for the song "How Beautiful You Are".
  • French singer-songwriter and musician Serge Gainsbourg has set Baudelaire's poem "Dancing Snake" (Le serpent qui danse) to music in his 1964 song "Baudelaire".
  • Greek black metal band Rotting Christ adapted Baudelaire's poem "Les Litanies De Satan" from Fleurs du Mal for a song of the same name in their 2016 album Rituals.
  • Belgian female-fronted band Exsangue released the debut video for the single "A une Malabaraise", and the lyrics are based on Baudelaire's same-named sonnet in 2016.[61]
  • Belgian electronic music band Modern Cubism has released two albums where poems of Baudelaire are used as lyrics, Les Plaintes d’un Icare in 2008, and live album Live Complaints in 2010.[62]
  • American rapper Tyler, the Creator released his album Call Me If You Get Lost in 2021. Throughout the album, Tyler, the Creator refers to himself as "Tyler Baudelaire".
  • Horror Invitation to Voyage Young lovers ask, "What would you do if I died?" In this case, the young lovers are twins, Nina and Lucien, brother and sister. He answers, "I'll make you live again." Then, in an accident, Nina dies. She's been a rocker on the rise, taking Lucien out of a stable where he worked and bringing him into the music business. He seals her body in the case of a bass fiddle, straps it to the top of his car, and travels across France. He picks up a hitchhiker, helps a Turk he bumps into on the road, visits his birthplace and a boyhood friend, and reaches a seaport. Along the way, he listens to Nina's music, pastes up her posters, and remembers. How will he make her live again?
 






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Norman Lindsay revealed by ex satanists Frater 616

As the Headquarters of International Satanism is Sydney, Australia it is not surprising to learn that Norman Lindsay a former Magus of the Order is considered a Satanic Saint. Indeed there are a number of flourishing secret shrines dedicated to him and his memory throughout Australia and the United Kingdom. Every Equinox there are human sacrifices dedicated to him and the subtle but perverted influence his painting and children’s literature continues to have. (Similar shrines exist in America under Henry Kissinger’s authority but he has altered both the structure and subtle ethos of the American Alpha Lodge Shrines.) It was Lindsay who taught that every political solution leads to more complex and involuted problems.


Redheap is a 1930 novel by Norman Lindsay. It is a story of life in a country town in Victoria, Australia in the 1890s. Lindsay portrays real characters struggling with the social restrictions of the day. Snobbery and wowserism are dominant themes. In 1930 it became the first Australian novel to be banned in Australia.

The central character is Robert Piper, a nineteen-year-old man engaging in love affairs with the publican's daughter and the parson's daughter next door. In an attempt to prevent him falling into immorality and dragging the family along with him, Piper's mother arranges for him to be tutored by Mr Bandparts, a recovering alcoholic school teacher. The arrangement soon backfires and Mr Bandparts is soon drinking beer with his young pupil and chasing the corpulent barmaid at the Royal Hotel.

The reader is introduced to the rest of the Piper family: Mr Piper, a draper who continuously measures objects to calm his mind; his eldest son Henry who has high hopes of taking over the business one day; the awful oldest daughter Hetty and her domineering ways in the drawing room, and her attempts to control the family morals and standing; Ethel the quiet younger daughter who uses her shyness to cover her various seductions of young men around town; and Grandpa Piper, who made the family fortunes only to be treated with contempt by the rest of the family in his dotage (his small acts of revenge make some of the most comic moments of the book).

The Magic Pudding: Being The Adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff is a 1918 Australian children's book written and illustrated by Norman Lindsay. It is a comic fantasy, and a classic of Australian children's literature.

The story is set in Australia with humans mixing with anthropomorphic animals. It tells of a magic talking pudding named Albert which, no matter how often he is eaten, always reforms in order to be eaten again. He is owned by three companions who must defend him against Pudding Thieves who want it for themselves.

The book is divided into four "slices" instead of chapters. There are many short songs interspersed throughout the text, varying from stories told in rhyme to descriptions of a character's mood or behaviour, and verses of an ongoing sea song.
Oh and there is a movie
A 13-year-old Jewish boy (Norman) develops an obsession for his older brother's wife (Rose), who is under parental pressure to start a family. The hapless dentist brother is not up to the job, and ditsy Rose encourages Norman's infatuation. While it is never made explicit how it came about, Rose eventually does become pregnant, to the satisfaction of the various interested parties.[3]
 






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Tove Jansson

Author of Mommins looked like white rabbits
Snufkin

Maurice Sendak liked to scare children.

Here you can an illustration from his book: Presto and Zesto in Limboland.
Maurice Sendak said of The Nutcracker,


When I did read it, I became very interested, because it was a very bizarre story. It’s a very bizarre story.
Maurice Sendak compared the piece to Grimm’s Fairy Tales.
 






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PETER PAN THEMES ALLUDES TO PAN
Peter Pan was written by a child molester, and it is heavily used for programming by the Tavistock Institute. James Barrie never consummated his marriage of fifteen years, although he spent extensive time with George and Jack Llewelyn Davies, two small boys, whom he befriended when he met them in the park.
After their parents died, Barrie forged a letter from their mother, appointing himself their guardian. No wonder the King of England made him a baronet and a knight.
The Windsors are homosexual child molesters.
So it’s no surprize that the works of Sir James Barrie, Bt., OM, are employed not only by the CIA but by the Tavistock Institute in connection with the sexual abuse and mental programming of children.

Quote Fiona Barnett:
James M. Barrie’s Peter Pan similarly paid homage to Pan. Barrie’s concept of Lost Boys refers to boys’ whose emotional development was stunted at the age at whichthey were first child raped and inherited the p***phile spirit of Pan. Peter Pan author J.M. Barrie groomed the parents of three Davies boys and forged their will to gain custody of their sons after they were orphaned. Michael Davies suicided with his male lover at 21. Barrie had written him at age eight years, ‘Dear Michael, I am very fond of you, but don’t tell anyone.’ Peter Davies burnt all of Barrie’s letters, and said, ‘It was all too much’ before he also suicided. C.S. Lewis similarly took custody of young orphaned boys after marrying their dying mother. Underground p***phile networks were named Peter Pan Club and Lewis Carroll Collectors Guild because their founders recognised James M. Barrie (Peter Pan) as p***phile.
 






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Tove Jansson

Author of Mommins looked like white rabbits
Snufkin

Maurice Sendak liked to scare children.

Here you can an illustration from his book: Presto and Zesto in Limboland.
Maurice Sendak said of The Nutcracker,


Maurice Sendak compared the piece to Grimm’s Fairy Tales.
Interesting! There's something about The Nutcracker I never liked. Similar to Alice In Wonderland, I thankfully never cared for it.
Curiously Tchaikovsky, who also did that Nutcracker suite, was also a p***phile, who was in love with a boy from a brothel - there is a letter to his brother where he writes about his "love" towards the boy. Weird circles.
 






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