Samantha Davies & Matthew Bower of Skullflower invoking God.
These gruesome twosome built Voltigeurs, yet another sacellum for them to practise the black art. Voltigeurs’ amorous and voluptuous properties contribute to small differences from Skullflower and for a period of time, they even take the shape of a woman casting auroral lust all over the blackened mind.
Some tracks on the album have the following names.
Archon (Gr. ἄρχων, pl. ἄρχοντες) is a Greek word that means “ruler” or “lord”, frequently used as the title of a specific public office. It is the masculine present participle of the verb stem ἀρχ-, meaning “to rule”, derived from the same root as monarch, hierarchy and anarchy.
The Lamia: In this 1909 painting by Herbert James Draper, Lamia has human legs and a snakeskin around her waist. There is also a small snake on her right forearm.
In ancient Greek mythology, Lamia (Greek: Λάμια) was a beautiful queen of Libya who became a child-eating daemon. Aristophanes claimed her name derived from the Greek word for gullet (λαιμός; laimos), referring to her habit of devouring children.
Some accounts say she has a serpent’s tail below the waist. This popular description of her is largely due to Lamia, a poem by John Keats published in 1819. Antoninus Liberalis uses Lamia as an alternate name for the serpentine drakaina Sybaris. However, Diodorus Siculus describes her as having nothing more than a distorted face.
The sephirah of Yesod translates spiritual concepts into actions that unite us with God.
It is often associated with the Moon, because it is the sphere which reflects the light of all the other sephirot into Malkuth, and it is associated with the sexual organs, because it is here that the higher spheres connect to the earth.
It plays the role of collecting and balancing the different and opposing energies of Hod and Netzach, and also from Tiphereth above it, storing and distributing it throughout the world. It is likened to the ‘engine-room’ of creation.
Cybelle (They got her from fucking Marvel comics as if to demystify themselves !):
Cybelle’s powers allow her to secrete a fast-acting acidic sweat from her pores. This mist dissolved any form of matter it came into contact with, including solid stone. Cybelle was slain by Harpoon, a member of the superhuman team of assassins known as the Marauders, during the villains’ massacre of the Morlock community.