Below is given the Ruling Hierarchy Of Hell as worked with within The Ebon Book Of Satan, there have been varying Demonic Hierarchies put forth over the centuries by the likes of Wierus, Dukante and many others ~ but from many years of Communions with Satan and other Demons I am as certain as I can be that the one put forth here is one of great authenticity devoid of certain Spirits which I believe have been misunderstood and wrongly classified throughout history mostly due to the constant mistake of writers loyal to Abrahamic Religions considering anything not connected to their God being Demonic.
Many will notice that the below Hierarchy does not contain Names of Spirits known well from the Texts of the Goetia, the reason for this is that I have a firm belief (one I know is shared by others) that the Goetic Spirits are not actually Demons but Djinn, Spirits of Smokeless Flame.
Also omitted are Beings often included in Demonic Hierarchies such as Azazel, Azaziel, Raniel, Gadreel, Heramael etc … it will be noted that the Names of these Spirits all end in ‘el’ as do the Names of Angels such as Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael and Michael.
In Hebrew the ‘el’ means ‘of God’ and denotes that those Spirits bearing these Names are connected to or created by the Abrahamic God of Monotheistic Religions.
While it is widely perceived that Demons were once Angels - now Fallen Angels - I refute this belief wholeheartedly offering forth the belief that Satan nor the Demons of Classical Demonology were never Fallen Angels but ancient primal forces in their own right adverse to the forces of God and the Angelic Hierarchy.
Satan is the Anti-Thesis of God, the Anti-Force of the Abrahamic Deity representing chaos, creative will, liberation and primal carnal evolution ~ the adverse of the confining, orthodox orderly stagnation of the creative current of God … the Demons are emanations and creations of Satan as the Angels are of Abrahamic Tyrant.
Spirits such as Azazel, Raniel and Heramael are Angels, but Angels who have fallen from God’s favour due to an instinct to seek beyond the confines of the order in which they find themselves, but they are not Demons, merely Fallen Angels suffering castigation and punishment by a tyrannical God!
The below Hierarchy has been forged from Communions with Satan and the Demons Agaliarept, Asmodeus and Sargatanas and is to my mind one of pure Unholy Darkness gestated from the primal sea of Chaos the current of which is the Leviathanic current.
The Names of the Demons are given of this Hierarchy along with notification of their gender and areas of command concerning spheres of power.
Me: do yOU EVER STOP TO WONDER HOW WILL BYERS IS STILL ALIVE AND HEALTHY?! HE LITERALLY GOES THROUGH HELL, COUGHS UP A BABY DEMOGORGON, IS (indirectly) STABBED, SHOT AND BURNED ALIVE YET HE’S FINE. THE MIND FLAYER COMES OUT OF HIS BODY AND YOU’RE TELLING ME HE’S STILL ALIVE?! HIS BODY IS WAY TOO SMALL AND YOUNG TO BE ABLE TO SURVIVE ALL OF THAT
Tilden looked up at him and shook his head sadly. “Spy or not, Keel, I don’t mind telling you that some of the orders we’ve been getting lately have… not been thought out properly, in my opinion, what?” He gave Vimes a glare as if defying him to produce the red-hot thumbscrews there and then. Vimes could see how much the admission that abduction and torture and conspiracy to criminalize honest citizens might not be acceptable government policy was costing the old man. Tilden hadn’t been brought up to think like that. He’d ridden off under the flag of Ankh-Morpork to fight the Cheese-Eaters of Quirm or Johnny Klatchian or whatever enemies had been selected by those higher up the chain of command with never a second thought about the rightness of the cause, because that sort of thinking could slow a soldier down. Tilden had grown up knowing that the people at the top were right. That was why they were at the top. He didn’t have the mental vocabulary to think like a traitor, because only traitors thought like that.
Martin (14) is forced to deal with confused sexuality and the loss of a mother in a provincial setting in the mid-seventies, where the famed Danish liberation of porn has had its influence on the grownups.
Filmmaker Johannes and his wife, schoolteacher Signe, experience the biggest sorrow and misfortune one can ever imagine. Nevertheless, in all the hopelessness they must try to reach for mutual and mature love in order to continue life after death.
Lisa is the daughter of busy parents. In her loneliness Lisa invents an imaginary friend, P, who lives behind her bedroom wall. A tragic car accident turns the lives of everybody upside down and magically P steps out of the wall.
At their 25th high-school anniversary some bourgeois citizens remember their time in school as a happy one. In reality it was quite the contrary. The school was a madhouse in which the teachers, especially Blomme, tormented the students. As a result one of them became a murderer.
The end of the 19th century. A boat filled with Swedish emigrants comes to the Danish island of Bornholm. Among them are Lasse and his son Pelle who move to Denmark to find work. They find employment at a large farm, but are treated as the lowest form of life. Pelle starts to speak Danish but is still harassed as a foreigner. But none of them wants to give up their dream of finding a better life than the life they left in Sweden.
Kriss lives at a mental institution, where he spends all day watching an old black-and-white film called “Rene hjerter”. One day he and his friend, Willy, escapes the institution to find the star of “Rene hjerter”, Ulla Vilstrup.
Maria is a young and caring nurse who wants to break free. Niels is an incurable patient who wants to travel to Switzerland to commit assisted suicide. Together they embark on an intense journey that will bring them closer to each other but also closer to their dreams.
Anna is a recent graduate theologian who are in search of a job. When she is offered a temporary job as a priest at a women’s prison, she sees no reason to say no. There she meets Kate, a woman under the other inmates, possesses supernatural powers.
Due to a weather problem a plane from Denmark is forced to land at the Slovene airport. Amongst the passengers, being taken to a hotel in Ljubljana, is a quiet, beautiful young Danish girl Iben (25). This is how she meets Tina (25) who drives a shuttle as a summer job. They both need each other, but are very careful because one of them is hiding a secret. They speak to each other in English and in their native languages. Only one of the two languages has the so-called dual, a special grammatical form used in expressions that involve just two subjects. The other language does not. Dual is an honest story about two people who meet precisely at the moment when they absolutely should not have - but they are nevertheless a bit happier because they did.
Former Danish servicemen Lars and Jimmy are thrown together while training in a neo-Nazi group. Moving from hostility through to friendship and finally passion, events take a darker turn when it’s discovered.
A film about peer pressure and taking responsibility for one’s own life. The story revolves around Sara, Mikkel, Hassan and Louise, four teenagers, who are searching for their own identity and an anchor in their lives. One ill-fated day in the classroom a misunderstanding is thrown out of proportion and creates a wave of chaos. Suddenly they are the guilty ones and the victims of a game that has got out of hand.
Four dysfunctional teenage girls steal a car and elope from the institution where they live. They go on a road trip across Denmark, confronting ghosts of the past and settling old accounts as their dark secrets are revealed.
Follows the lives of four longing souls. Ingeborg who feels unattractive and young Jonas who is so attractive that he can literally sell some of what he’s got. Anna, a young beautiful woman with a physical disability, and Anders, a tender man with a psychological disability. Four people yearning for love, four people, each hoping for a better tomorrow.
Christina is living in a suburb to Copenhagen. With her class mates Cecilie, Trine and Pernille, a tight-knit gang of girlfriends, she slacks her schoolwork, living mostly for the weekends of gate crashing, getting drunk, experimenting with drugs and scoring guys. But her world is turned upside down when Cecilie’s boyfriend Shaid starts hitting on her, and Cecilie mistakenly believes the two of them are making out. Cecilie takes offense at Christina and the other girls turn furious. Suddenly Christina is on the receiving end of the girls’ wrath, being bullied. Quickly things are getting out of hand and suddenly everything is too late!
A writer-director known for becoming obsessed with his own stories, Jacob Falk stumbles upon photographs of prisoners of war being tortured by Danish soldiers. Suspecting a political conspiracy, Falk falls into a frenetic chase to reveal the mystery behind the photos which leads him to discover a truth more disturbing than he imagined.
Helen, who is a priest, is approached by scientist Lisbeth with a desperate plea for help. A young man, who has been sent to a high security psychiatric ward after having killed an old couple, has attempted suicide while rambling about God. In a race against time the two women begin a shocking journey deeper and deeper into the sick mind of a young man’s soul.
Johannes lives together with his father, the middle-aged widower Ulrik in a small fishing town in the northern part of Denmark. They live a quiet routine life, each minding their separate jobs in the fishing industry. Ulrik misses the love and tenderness of a woman and arranges for the young, beautiful, Filipino Rosita to come to Denmark - just as many other men in the town have done before him. Johannes is reluctantly drawn into this as Ulrik’s translator. However, over the following weeks Johannes and Rosita are getting more and more attracted to each other which forces Johannes to take responsibility for his dreams and his future.
Lily and Max have been married for more than 50 years. Now they live together in a nursing home, where Max has been reliant on professional care since his stroke. Lily has been putting her own needs aside and is desperately longing for excitement and intimacy in her life. When a man known as “the Pilot” moves in next door, Lily is immediately charmed by him and his passion for life. But neither her family nor the other residents at the nursing home are fond of her new acquaintance. Misunderstood by her family and trapped in her life with Max, Lily decides to fight to escape the bars of her invisible prison and claim her freedom.
A multi plot film in which three different destinies are thematically and geographically intertwined through a pivotal period in the lives of the characters, where they exchange the humdrum of daily life with a pursuit of excitement and love through online dating. Their lives are turned upside down by sex and secrets as they discover that letting in adventure has fatal consequences.
In the early morning of April 9th 1940 the Danish army is alerted. The Germans have crossed the border; Denmark is at war against Europe’s strongest army. In Southern Jutland Danish bicycle- and motorcycle companies are ordered out, to against all odds, hold back the forces until the Danish reinforcements can be mobilized. In the fatal hours, we follow second lieutenant Sand (Pilou Asbæk) and his bicycle company - they will as the first Danish soldiers meet the enemy in combat on April 9th 1940.
The true story of the Fiil’s a family of innkeepers who during Nazi-Germany’s occupation of Denmark took up arms against the German occupiers. But in the fight for freedom, some must die so that others may live.
Knut Hamsun is Norway’s most famous and admired author. Ever since he was young he has hated the English for the starvation they caused Norway during WWI. When the Germans occupy Norway on April 9, 1940, he welcomes them and the protection they can give from Great Britain. He supports the national socialist ideals, but opposes the way these ideals are turned into action - that Norwegians are jailed and executed. His wife Marie travels in Germany during the war as a sign of support from Knut and herself.
Good-hearted mechanic Herluf is test-driving a car, but forgets the way back to the garage, and has to ask for directions. At a party, he forgets the words to his favorite song. And one day, he disappears.
Emma (Line Kruse) is an eleven year-old only child from a wealthy Danish family. Emma’s parents seem more interested in their own interests than in her. One evening when Emma overhears her mother talking about how tragic it must be to have your child kidnapped, Emma decides to stage her own kidnapping
In a remote 19th Danish century village two sisters lead a rigid life centered around their father, the local minister, and their church. Both had opportunities to leave the village: one could have married a young army officer and the other, a French opera singer. Their father objected in each case and they spent their lives caring for him. Many years later - their father is now deceased - they take in French refugee, Babette Hersant, who agrees to work as their servant. After winning the lottery, Babette wants to repay the sisters for their kindness and offers to cook a French meal for them and their friends on the 100th anniversary of their father’s birth. It proves to be an eye-opening experience for everyone.
In 1836 the Danish romantic visionary Wulff travels to Africa to create plantations on the Gold Coast, but his best intentions and belief is soon confronted with a harsh reality dominated by slave trade and unbelievable brutality.
Long Story Short is the story of Ellen and her friends, all in their late thirties/early forties, and their more or less self-inflicted complications of love and longing for romantic redemption. The story is a summary of three years of love-related highs and lows for the group of friends told through eight chapters, each of them set at a party: a New Year’s Eve, a housewarming, a Midsummer’s Eve, a wedding, a surprise party, a naming ceremony, an anniversary and a round birthday. It is an ensemble story about a group of people who struggle with the conception of the perfect relationship and are bound to re-evaluate their take on what true love is.
Kresten has moved from his parents farm on a small Danish island to Copenhagen in order to pursue his working career. When his father dies he has to move back to the farm, where nothing much has happened since he left. He places an add in the local newspaper to get help running the farm and taking care of his mentally disabled brother. Liva, who is running away from annoying telephone calls, answers it. But running away from your past isn’t easy.
Jacob is a young man used to getting everything he wants. For several years, he has been living in a happy homosexual partnership with Jørgen, and one night Jacob decides to pop the big question to Jørgen. Jørgen happily accepts Jacobs marriage proposal, but then something happens: Jacob falls in love with a girl, and not just any girl. The girl is Caroline, married to Jørgens younger brother Tom. Jacob’s life suddenly gets very complicated, trying to figure out whether he wants to spend his life with Jørgen or Caroline. Most of all, he wants both! When Caroline gets pregnant with Jacob, matters are even more complicated.
Danish teens come of age in 1963. Bjorn and Erik are close friends. Bjorn is pursued by Kirsten, a future Stepford wife, but he falls for Anna, who initiates him into love and sex. Erik is somber, caring for his home-bound mentally-ill mother while his strict father rules his life. He desires Kirsten, but she’s unattainable. Pregnancy, a horrific abortion, an engagement party, and a revelation about the rectitude of Erik’s father lead to a climax: Bjorn and Erik must stand up to controlling adults.
Kesse is a third generation fisherman living in the small and windblown town of Hirtshals, in Northern Jutland. As a result of new fishery policies and the global financial crisis, the smaller fishermen are slowly succumbing to the pressure of competing with larger fishing enterprises. Desperate times require desperate measures and so Kesse is forced to find more notorious and alternative ways of making ends meet. This in turn, leads him to meet his polar opposite, the female marine biologist Gerd.
The businessman Erik Svensson sells his company and plans a life in luxury with his beautiful girlfriend in Spain. Just before departure he receives a letter from a former mistress claiming that her daughter is his as well. He hires the undertaker Anders as his chauffeur and the pair leave to investigate the claim.
Jesper Jensen is a successful IT salesman who stops at nothing, even if it means backstabbing his best friend. Being number one in the company and having a beautiful wife and a lovely home, Jesper seems to lead a perfect life, but one day his arrogance and self confidence hits him in the face like a boomerang and he loses everything overnight. Jesper is sentenced to do community service at a recycling center with the odd and funny characters Dion, Theodor, and Lotte. At first he looks down on these people and doesn’t want to be associated with them. When he begins to loosen up, however, he discovers that he can learn a lot from their straightforward and honest approach to life.
Copenhagen 1984. Ronni is a young, mediocre punk-guitarist, eager to make it big in the death obsessed late-punk milieu. But his girlfriend has left him, the other members of his band are fed up with his incompetence and insecure attitude, he has a problem with his stomach, his doctor wants to abuse him sexually and the former manager of the band thinks Ronni owes him some money. It seems to reach an ultimate low, when Ronni collapses onstage during an all-important concert, but it turns out to be his ticket to glory as he claims to be mortally ill.
Anja is a beautiful and very well proportioned high school senior … and still a virgin. She insists that she wants her first time to be with a guy, who knows what it’s about. Her rich (and arrogant, pretentious and obnoxious) boyfriend Peter serves the purpose, and he’s more than willing. In fact, he’s pushing forward as much as he can, but Victor, a freshman who has a serious crush on Anja, has other plans. Her first time should definitely not be with this buffoon, and he’s ready to take it VERY far!
‘Der kommer en dag’ is a movie about an orphanage where violence and humiliations is a part of the everyday life. The history is based on real stories from a boy home called 'godhavn’, where lots of boys where victims of violent and sexual abuse and medical experiments.
Jeppe falls deeply in love with the mysterious and beautiful girl, Cecilie, from school. But their time is limited as Cecilie is diagnosed with cancer and Jeppe has to balance school, social life and the dream of becoming a professional basketball player while staying beside Cecilie as this summer may be her last. The story is about life, death, love, time - nothing lasts forever, but if you truly love something, it will never really leave you.
Realizing that her unknown biological father is probably alive, Sofia leaves behind a degrading and humiliating life and embarks on a journey with her naive half-sister Olivia, both girls hoping to find the caring father figure they so desperately need. They find Adam who suffers from post traumatic stress disorder. However, that does not stop the girls from trying to get in contact with the former soldier. Adam is constantly on red alert but at the same time he finds that his feelings for the daughter he had never expected to meet are growing.
Deployed on mission in Helmand, Afghanistan, 25-year old Thomas steps on a landmine and gets seriously injured. At the local rehabilitation center he meets Sofie, an ascending ballerina from the Royal Danish Ballet, who is helping a relative to regain strength after a long term sickness. Thomas desperately wants back in the field and gets impatient, as progress does not emerge as fast as he wants to. When Sofie offers to help him with a more intense rehabilitation plan, he accepts. Despite their differences, they develop a special bond and a mutual affection.
hey i felt it might be good to say, if youre looking into conspiracy theory stuff and see mentions of project monarch, PLEASE be careful reading about it. when it’s mentioned offhand it’s usually just described as a conspiracy theory about mind control, often relating to the illuminati, so you might go into it expecting another funny off-the-wall illuminati conspiracy. but this theory revolves around the use of childhood trauma to control the victims, and as such pretty much every bit of media about it has themes that are unexpected and extremely intense triggers for child abuse victims.
childhood sexual abuse, incest, physical/emotional abuse, torture, and pedophilia are central to the whole conspiracy theory, and the Holocaust and the human experimentation associated with it are frequently brought up as well. if you have any triggers related to any of these topics, it would be best to avoid this conspiracy altogether or at least be prepared.
obviously things like conspiracy theories are broad topics and bound to have so many potentially triggering elements that theres no way to warn for them alll, but the project monarch conspiracy brings up this Very nasty stuff Very unexpectedly to people that are unfamiliar with it. so i figured i would say something and hopefully spare some people the pain of reliving trauma
On July 16 1984, a smoldering body was discovered in Squaw Valley. The corpse was bound by the feet and hands and could not be identified, it was later classified as Jane Doe #4873/84.
This was the body of Theresa Knorr’s daughter, Suesan Knorr, 18. Theresa and Suesan did not have a good relationship, they clashed often. In 1983, Theresa began to believe that Suesan was a witch, and was casting spells to make her gain weight. When she confronted her daughter with these claims, an argument ensued. During this argument Theresa pulled a gun and shot Suesan in the chest with a .22 calibre pistol. Fortunately Suesan survived with the bullet lodged in her back. After another argument in 1984 at which point Theresa stabbed Suesan in the back with a pair of scissors, Suesan informed her mother that she wished to move to Alaska, Theresa agreed on one condition, that Suesan let Theresa remove the bullet from her back. Suesan agreed not knowing that this would be the beginning of the end of her life. Theresa drugged Suesan with Mellaril capsules and liquor until she fell unconscious, then she ordered her son Robert, who at the time was 15, to remove the bullet with an x-acto knife. When Suesan awoke she was in immense pain, she quickly developed septicemia and became delirious. After a few days, when Suesan’s condition did not improve Theresa ordered her sons, Robert and William, to load Suesan into the car and she drove her to Squaw Valley where she doused her daughter in gasoline and lit her on fire. The autopsy determined Suesan was still alive when she was set on fire.
Unfortunately, Suesan was not the only daughter to die at the hands of Theresa. After Suesan’s death, Theresa directed her anger towards her eldest daughter, Sheila Knorr, 20. In May 1985, Theresa forced Sheila into prostitution to help support the family. After a few weeks Theresa became suspicious of Sheila and accused her of being pregnant and contracting a sexually transmitted disease, which Teresa then claimed she caught via a toilet seat. When Sheila denied these accusations Theresa beat her, tied her up, and forced her into a hot closet without ventilation. Theresa then forbade her other children from helping Sheila in anyway. On June 21, 1985, after not eating or drinking for 3 days Sheila died in the closet of dehydration and starvation. It took Theresa 3 additional days to notice that her daughter had died. Once Theresa discovered Sheila’s decomposing corpse she ordered her sons to dispose of it. They promptly placed her body in a box and drove it to an airport in Truckee, California. When Sheila’s body was discovered a few hours later it could not be identified and was classified as Jane Doe #6607/85.
The stench of decomposition lingered heavily in the family apartment. Theresa was concerned that the smell and physical evidence in the closet would be her downfall and implicate her in Sheila’s death. On September 29, 1986, Theresa and her children moved their belongings out of the apartment and Theresa ordered her youngest daughter, Terry Knorr, 16 at the time, to burn down the apartment. Accordingly, Terry returned to the apartment that night. She dumped 3 containers of lighter fluid throughout the house, and set it alight. Fortunately, the closet that Sheila was held in was not damaged.
Years later, on October 28, 1993, Terry Knorr came forward to report the murders of her sisters. She reported her stories to detectives in Placer County, California, and they were able to connect the two Jane Doe’s to Terry’s accounts.
William Knorr was arrested on November 15, 1993. He was sentenced to probation and underwent court-ordered therapy for his part in his sisters’ murders.
Robert Knorr was already in jail for an unrelated murder. He agreed to testify against his mother, and was sentenced three years for being an accessory-after-the-fact.
Theresa Knorr was arrested in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 10, 1993. She initially pled not guilty but after receiving the news that Robert was testifying against her, she changed her plea to guilty in order to escape capital punishment. On November 15, 1993, Theresa was charged with two counts of murder, two counts of conspiracy to commit murder, multiple murder, and murder by torture. On October 17, 1995, Theresa was sentenced two consecutive life sentences, and is currently incarcerated at the California Institution for Women. She will become eligible for parole in 2027.
In Japan there is a city called Himeji, and in Himeji there
is a castle called Himeji Castle. It is a monumental structure whose keep
towers over the surrounding landscape. Some people have said that its
architectural wings resemble a bird’s wings spread in flight. It is a famous
castle and has been featured in many films, including Akira Kurosawa’s Ran.
On a little lawn beneath the castle’s keep, there is a well.
Nowadays it is disused and covered with a metal grate, whose bars you can look
through to see down into the well, but you cannot see much. The opening is dark
and choked with weeds.
Mounted nearby there is a plaque. It tells a story about a
woman who drowned there.
Her name was Okiku and, many centuries ago, she lived as a
maidservant in the castle. As maidservants will in old tales, one day she
overheard some conspirators whispering about a plot to overthrow the resident
lord. The chief conspirator was none other than the castle’s chief retainer.
But the lord’s life was saved when Okiku exposed the conspiracy.
However, although his murder plot might have been thwarted,
the chief retainer would not permit a maidservant to outwit him. He would have
In the castle there were ten treasure plates belonging to
the royal family. The chief retainer stole one, smashed it into pieces, and
then blamed the theft on Okiku. When she would not confess to what she had not
done, he tortured her, and when she would still not confess, he threw her into
the well outside the keep. She did not reemerge alive.
After that, her ghost haunted the well, and at night people
could hear her voice echoing from deep inside. She was always counting. She
would begin with the number one, progress to two and three, and continue until
she reached ten. But she would never say the number ten. Instead she would
scream as she remembered the tenth treasure plate that she had been blamed for
This continued until many, many years had passed, and she
was enshrined as a local god by a more sympathetic generation. Then her spirit
At least, that is the account given by the plaque outside
the well. But the story has certain illogical elements and raises a few
Why was the chief retainer not executed, imprisoned, or
exiled when his conspiracy was exposed? Why was he given the authority to
torture Okiku for a confession when he had already proven his disloyalty to the
castle’s lord? We might assume that he tortured her in private without
permission, but in that case why did he bother to frame her for theft? He might
have abducted and murdered her without stealing a treasure plate.
After I had visited the castle and seen the well, I decided
to research Okiku’s story. What I found were numerous variations in
the legend. Sometimes she was not a maidservant at all, but a courtly lady and
the chief retainer’s lover. Sometimes she was the resident lord’s lover.
Sometimes there was never any conspiracy to overthrow the castle’s lord, and
the chief retainer’s motivation was lust: when Okiku would not submit to his
blackmail involving the treasure plates, he murdered her instead. Sometimes
Okiku even broke the tenth plate herself to test her lover’s devotion. The only
similarity amongst these versions was the splash that her body finally made falling into the well. Even the well’s
location changed from legend to legend.
A few nights later, in Osaka, I was talking with a local
artist when I decided to ask him what he thought about the legend. He had been
born and raised in Himeji and knew all about the castle and its ghosts.
Okiku was a maid, he told me. She was drowned in the well,
and her spirit haunted it.
I told him that I knew that much, but what about the murder
plot, the treasure plates?
Someone said she stole a treasure plate and broke it, he
answered. That’s why she was drowned.
But did the castle’s lord know that she had been accused?
Had she really exposed the conspiracy or had the chief retainer killed her
There are many theories, he explained. They’re almost like
conspiracy theories. But the main thing is that somebody was jealous, and Okiku
drowned because of it.
We talked about other subjects after that, and I never did
learn the answers to my questions. But what I did learn is that they didn’t
need answers. Jealousy and death: these were what mattered the most in Okiku’s
legend. Any specifics could pass in and out like phantoms.
If you believe Jews are to blame for their own suffering and oppression, then explain to me why children so young they couldn’t dress themselves, much less be responsible for or complicit in some kind of Jewish conspiracy, had to die and be tortured and experimented along with their parents and grandparents.
Infants, toddlers, school-aged children. Why did they have to die? What harm did they cause gentiles by playing in the streets and suckling their mothers’ breasts?
They didn’t have to die. It’s just one part of the horror of every action of any Jew, regardless of age or ability, being demonized. Even if Jews were responsible for the horrors inflicted upon them, there would be no reason to inflict these horrors upon a child.
Even the C major chords of Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy are pretty hard for a guitarist novice like Taylor. Having his son as teacher doesn’t make it any easier. Isegrim is a highly skilled musician but his educational capability is nil.
“Ouch my poor ears! Just bash my head in with that guitar, Dad, to end this torture!”