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James Holledge – Sex And The Sun King

Posted by demonik on December 5, 2009

James Holledge – Sex And The Sun King (Horwitz, 1964)



“Her beauty is marvellous. Her costume is as wonderful as her beauty, and her gaiety as her costume.”
In this manner a contemporary described the notorious Athenais de Montespan, mis­tress of Louis XVI who had vowed “to show France how a King’s mistress should really uphold her station.”
It was also said that “thunderous and triumphant she entered upon her empire as one to the manner born, a tyrant over Louis and thus over the land and people he thought to rule by right divine,”
To hold her position against rivals de Montespan used not only feminine wiles, but the cruel, disgusting magic of the Black Mass.

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Gelie Duncan – Living Witchcraft

Posted by demonik on May 15, 2009

Gelie Duncan – Living Witchcraft (Horwitz, 1970).



“Nine tenths of Black Magicians and Witches are phonies …. Most of these people are in it for sexual orgies and dope traffic. We should investigate the powers of the human mind, certainly, but this monkeying around with unknown forces is dangerous for the weak minded. I’ve known people neglect their wives and children and end up in the looney bin. The Witchcraft laws should be brought back. First offenders should be given a very strict warning, but a second time, then they should be slapped down

– Dennis Wheatley (Roger Baker: Binding The Devil; Exorcism Past & Present, Sheldon, 1974)

You see! I told you they were all on the old drugs!

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