October 31, 2012 Leave a comment
Happy Halloween! (Now, of course this is a silly sentiment to pass along as we obviously don’t live according to the humans’ concept of time. But then again, we’re not infinite like the Enemy, either. We’re sort of stuck in between time and infinity. Maybe I’ll talk more about that later.) But nonetheless, in the western societies, this is our day!
(And, of course, as you know, before we gave the humans the idea to celebrate Hallow’s Eve it was exclusively our holiday. Do you remember what we called it? It was called Serpent’s Day, because it, in essence, is a celebration of that wonderful day of the Fall when Sin was unleashed on all mankind.)
What a joy it is to see humans of every kind celebrating the beauty of Death. All month now, houses have been bespeckled with skeletons (plastic, obviously, but it’s a start), and corpses, and witches (even though many are still disguised as horrid cartoon characters). It’s the idea that counts, right?
Our Father Below has made great strides with this Holiday over the years. Whereas it used to be primarily celebrated by the little ones – just a harmless night roaming the streets beseeching strangers for candy. This provided a wonderful opportunity for our slaves – the kidknapers, peddofiles and physchopaths – to feast their eyes on young flesh, even if many didn’t get to steal their plunder. After all, we’re in the business of tempting, aren’t we? (We make no promises to deliver!) The grown humans, those who were devoid of stupid children, and who never grew up themselves, celebrated privately in their backyards with sainces and calling Us to speak to them.
But now, in the twenty-first century, thanks to our Father Below, those children who grew up asking people for candy have become more and more enamored with our Holiday and they are now the ungrown adults who call Us from our world and sacrifice animals. This really is our battleground because even the grownups whose parents didn’t let them partake in the harmless activities of our blessed Night grow up with a healthy curiosity and sometimes begin to dabble where they’ve been forbidden all their lives. Such a fine line the humans must walk, and rarely do!
Our Father Below has done a marvelous job at not only connecting the glory of fornication and orgies to our blessed Holiday, but stretching it out to be celebrated every day of their year.
It was our comrade Mushtroll who so smartly suggested we honor the “monsters” celebrated on Halloween by having them dominate the TV world. “Combine pornography with needless violence with the innate love of Story,” he suggested to our Father Below. At least that’s what Mushtroll told me happened. I couldn’t imagine our Father ever admitting to accepting someone else’s suggestion.
So now our beloved TV world is broadcasting shows about vampires and zombies and drugs every day – and not only that – the stupid people can “waste” their hard-earned money on the (rightly) overpriced DVD sets, and all the while they are falling deeper and deeper into our Father’s trap (which he has yet to reveal to us, bless him).
Halloween! The celebration of death and fornication. The glorification of sinful blood and lust. And let us not forget about our fortunate commrads who have been chosen to disguise themselves as people’s dead relatives and play “Ghost.” One day, I hope to earn that honor, but don’t we all? Just think how wonderful it will be to make yourself known to the humans.
But of course, you’ve got a long way to go before you can even hope to do that. For now, just keep working on your patient. He doesn’t care much for Halloween, that’s fine. But he will still celebrate the spirit of it by staying in and watching mind-numbing movies with his friends. You’re doing a fine job in keeping him away from thoughts of the Enemy.
Yours Truly, Smudgefutt
I (Andrew, not Smudgefutt) highly recommend this Halloween post: Dr. Albert Mohler