and post notes and photos about your poem like Gary Bateman.
Author's Background Notes: I composed this particular "Black Witches' All Hallows' Eve Black Mass Incantation" originally as part of my epic narrative poem on "Rosalia - The Evil Black Witch of the Harz," which I posted (in eight different sections) on PoetrySoup on September 20, 2014. In this instance, I wanted to submit this incantation as a separate standalone document for Halloween 2014. (I should note from my epic poem on "Rosalia," that in preparation for the ritual Black Mass at midnight, Rosalia recites the following prayer incantation which must be rendered latest at 6:00 pm on the eve of the Black Mass. This is a six-hour process that lasts until midnight when the actual Black Mass ceremony formally commences with the intent and goal of directly summoning Lucifer himself. This incantation is total fiction on my part. I wrote it, and therefore, I am the author of it.) Also, according to medieval legend these Black Mass ceremonies could be held by a witches' coven as they would deem them necessary. I should also point out, that in centuries past and now in a contemporaneous sense, this type of ceremony does have actual significance each year for witches and sorcerers in the celebration of the "Black Witches' Sabbath" which occurs two times a year: April 30th on the "Great Sabbath of Walpurgis Nacht" and on October 31st with "Halloween" (All Hallows' Eve). These are key events during which Coven disciples use the power of incantation and black magic to summon the "Goat of Mendes" by which Lucifer himself would then appear in a physical form as a goat or a ram. I hope you enjoy this presentation as part of the ongoing celebration for Halloween 2014. (Gary Bateman - October 5, 2014) (Narrative Incantation)
Categories: allegory, dark, evil, fantasy, halloween, horror, magic.