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All Hallows' Eve Black Mass Incantation
All Hallows' Eve Black Mass Incantation We Pray in The Name of Our Father Lucifer, Which wert in Heaven: Boil, Boil plague-ridden rats and toads in oil, With a pair of gleaming snake eyes too. Mix in fresh hen’s blood and a rabbit’s paw, With a touch of horse dung and a lizard’s tail too. Add six cups of Vitriol and a tablespoon of Goldwater. Stew, Stew this Stygian alchemic brew for ne’r six hours During Vespers for Our Midnight Black Mass on All Hallows’ Eve. Serve this unholy sustenance to Our Coven at midnight, As we pray in Great Lucifer’s name for his guidance In defeating Jehovah’s forces of good and light. We do this in the name of Great Lucifer—The Dark One. We seek Blackness, Darkness, Degradation, and Negation— As Our Coven has the power of His Power as granted By His Unholiness when the full moon’s shadow Crosses the face of the Earth. Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved October 5, 2014 (Narrative Incantation)
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