>>11053>Dragon Rouge is great for metalheads who don't care or want to rape babies but sill want to be an edgy person who summons demons
Something you're not going going to get in your local wiccan or Tarot readers group. The irony is, there was a similar Faustian spirit in early religions, like Gilgamesh's struggle with pic related, a kind of proto-Satan,
<Enkidu here represents the voice of ordinary common sense, while the real hero has a different set of values, which mark him both for greatness and for tragedy. Foolhardy in the face of his companions' worldly anxieties, open and generous where others are suspicious and vengeful, he is also alert, in a way his companion is not, to larger meanings…At the moment of their crisis, Enkidu acts as the conventional folktale hero, whereas Gilgamesh, seeing more in Huwawa than simply "the adversary", would be merciful, aware of their mysterious kinship.
Neil Forsyth, The Old Enemy: Satan & The Combat Myth