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Silver Wind
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PostSubject: Proserpine Invocation   Tue Mar 04, 2008 10:51 am

"I come in purity from a pure people,
Oh Queen of the Dead;
and I claim descent from your blessed race.
But fate and the star-hurled thunderbolt
overwhelmed me, and now I have flown
out of the sorrow heavy wheel.
I move with eager steps
to touch your Crown, and sink into your lap,
My Great Lady; Oh Queen of the Dead."
"Happy and hlessed you shall be then,
as a God, mortal no more.
You shall be as a young child,
fallen into my own sweet mother's milk."
--fragment of a text from Thurii, in southern Italy, approximately 3rd century bce, relating to the mysteries of Proserpine


There is a place where darkness and beutay meet.
Where romanticism and love are a strength
and were the seemingly delicate shine with thier own
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