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Necromantic Ritual

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posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 03:50 PM
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Many years ago there was a TV series called "Friday the 13th, the Series", which had nothing to do with the movies. The premise is something like this:

a satanist ("Louis Tsangrides") sold cursed items from his antique store, and those antiques had nasty effects upon the owners. "Uncle Louis" dies and goes to hell.
Enter his pious niece and nephew (forgot their names, but the niece was played by the gorgeous red-head, "Roby") who resolve to retrieve the cursed items and safely lock them away forever.

On the series premier, Uncle Louis' sprit returns, and he conducts a ritual to be restored to the flesh. The few lines I remembered were:
"...oh (name) open your leathered wings..." and
"...let his eyes shine, his heart pound, and his bowels churn for thy glory..."

I was wondering if anyone knew if this was part of a documented/published ritual used for nefarious means, or is this a total fabrication?




posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 03:55 PM
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I seriously doubt that it was something taken from an actual ritual. Although, there is always that possibility. I remember the "Fridayy the 13th" the series. I have all of the Jason Vorhees movies which as you stated are totally unrelated. The series was fairly decent. I actually thought that the series was going to be a spin off from the movie, but it wasn't.



posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 08:38 PM
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Like speaker said probably some fancy word writing to make it sound realistic. I collect weird occult books and it just so happens that one I have is about necromantic rituals. It's called Forbidden Rites A necromancers manual of the 15th centuryl. Written by a religion professor it covers the translation of a document called Clm 849 in the Barvarian State Library. According to this professor it is the most complete document on 15th century necromancy. It's a good read if your into history of religions and how the middle ages was.


-Aza



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 03:41 AM
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Sorry friend i also think that the ritual was fabricated but who cares the series was great.



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