Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,



Put the Hell in Helloween

I fully approve of this display, and would like to see more of the kind. I especially like the impalement and inversed crucifixion. As a Dracling, I found such displays exciting, adding to the appropriately dark charm of the Hellday*. Personally, it would be a further nice touch to dress those bodies like "angels", blindlight gods**, and perhaps pretentious celebritards, in sort of the "spirit" of a Black Mass in slaughtering sacred cows, as it were.

This reminds Me of the pumpkin carving contest wherein it had to be stipulated, even unto the staff and judges, that Halloween is frightening with the intent to be scary.

May whatever lame cutesy displays be relegated to Easter and xmas {exception; though if anything, I may observe Beaster and Krampus/Winter Solstice Sabbath}; but be it recognized that Halloween is for fear, fun, fascination, and fortitude. ∞

* Also tending to find those "upset" at Horror-themed displays cowardly, with perhaps much more of a genitally-descriptive epithet. Some of the herd are so mentally weak so as to find this too disturbing, even once a year! Unbelievable.
** Also see Wheel of The Gods.

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