Starless skies; where the wandering moon breathes in obscurity to swallow chaos like velvet ink;
sable blood for water & soil; for deep forests, vast meadows and
endless rivers; pumping through the hearts of creatures and strangers;
of friends and foes. An ocean of ink, gushing out of weary &
sore fingertips, covering the grounds of existence; mirroring thoughts
like hazy reflections in restless water.
I am a heavy-hearted storyteller, I am a mortal god, I am shapeless ink.
“A Dark Summoning: Meme Magic, Pepe, and the Ancient Egyptian God Kek”
a series by shitpolsays 2016
A strange combination of ritual iconography, ironic futurism, sexual frustration, and desperate, slavering, omnidirectional hatred has allied devil-worshipping suicide cults with Trump-loving neo-nazis as a revenant Internet Hate Machine that drives both the intimidation of women and the media wing of Trump’s campaign. Kek, a frog-shaped god of Chaos, Obscurity, and the Primordial Void, is a theme in the representations of both the lawful good and lawful evil hentai-wankers who once made up Anonymous and now, in the wake of that unity’s fragmentation and dissolution into the internet as a whole, are merely wandering meme-o-mancers, variously aligned, trawling the circlejerk ecologies for dank ideomass.
Cream is very fascinated with all sorts of
animals, in addition to Chao, and is highly knowledgeable with both,
knowing even the most obscure facts on both Chao and animals. Whenever
Cream talks about animals and/or Chao, she does so with great detail and
makes certain to dispel any myths associated with the creatures in
question (ex. Dark Chao are commonly believed to be evil but in reality
are simply mischievous).