DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,
DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE
dblackthorne

6/6/6 x 3

File under: Where Were You?

Finding a movie ticket stub for the film Dragonheart had Me contemplating the progression of 6/6/6, and where one was at the time.

F.C.D.N. Tormentor: Demonic

6. On this day, I had acquired a tape from The Private Eye {a favored Metal music store, which also happened to be an occult supply shoppe} entitled "F.C.D.N. Tormentor: Demonic" {an acronym for Fatal Catastrophic Destructive Noise}. The owner had recommended it several times, so I finally decided to give it a try, and was impressed by what I heard form this Death/Thrash genre band, with song titles such as 1. Disciple 2. Axe The Priest 3. Death Velocity 4. Eternal Grave 5. Satanic Possession 6. Mystic Rites.

It is heavy and brutal, what it would foreseeably sound like in a purported 'possessed' person's mind. The tape itself is black with silver lettering, with the cover being black on red featuring The Temptation of Saint Anthony on the cover. The Demon definitely has the upper hand. In Olde English lettering, it said to the effect of

"...on the 6th day of the 6th month, in the 6th year, an evil unleashed..."

A very diabolical presentation, and I was pleased to possess it visually and sonically. ∞

Dragonheart


6. On this day, I accompanied a girlfriend to the film Dragonheart at a theater not too far way from the college institution I was attending, and of course, subsequently reviewed it. ∞

666 High Mass


6. On this day into night, I attended the 666 Church of Satan High Mass at The Center For Inquiry turned Ritual Chamber, which seemed like another dimension altogether. ∞

Tags: 666, biography, church of satan, dracumentary, infernal empire, ritual, satanism
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