A ritual poem to free Kek from his “followers” and from whom they really serve
From Kadmus: “The only appropriate answer to a test of faith is to fail.”
From Kadmus: “But there was a time when gods had bodies, and our world was the body of a goddess – a time when the cosmos was a kaleidoscopic orgy of copulating divine bodies.”
The idea of being able to measure money’s value has all but been abandoned in the name of economic security, which also makes it far easier to steal that value to fund expensive wars.
Sean Donahue, on ‘white polytheism’ and the egregore of white identity.
For The Morrígna on Samhain, by Judith O’Grady