Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,

Winter Solstice XXXIX Anno Satanas

As the icy grip of Father Winter embraces the land, we Satanists are warmed with the hellflames from within and without, calling to mind crystalline visions of the carnal festivals of olde, the raging balefires beneath the Solstice moon, the blessed darkness all-pervasive, beloved and preserved. And so let the celebrations begin this sacred night, that the invigorating frost of the season create the masterpieces of Nature's resplendency. And may the tenebrious passions swirl about the Children of Darkness, forging a momentum unparalleled for the coming year, of the mastery of The Black Earth!

Hail Satan!</a>
In Nomine Satanas,
Draconis Blackthorne
Warlock, Church of Satan
The Noctuary, Winter Solstice, XXXIX A.S.
* Church of Satan News: Be sure to read the Solstice Greetings from High Priest Gilmore

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