The Nine Vibrations of Shlod Nargargole

@freak369 (4783)
United States
February 3, 2017 12:00am CST
Being the type of person that loves horror movies, when new titles were added at Netflix several of them had mind-blowing theatrical scores. The score is different from the soundtrack – that features actual songs used in the movie whereas the theatrical score is mostly the instrumental parts. The words used for the chant are taken from the book “The Epistles of Lord Satan”, mainly the belief that “even the strongest man must die”. I am not a Satanist nor do I plan on converting but when I saw Satanic Karma (a short independent film) that featured Nargargole's music I knew I had to check out some of the darker pieces. In all honest I don't see this as anything that is 'directly' Satanic (meaning in worship or adoration), if nothing else it was created for the shock value it carries. At the end of the day it's all about money; when LaVey was on his deathbed he rebuked Satanism and asked for God's forgiveness. You can listen to the Nine Vibrations of Shlod Nargargole here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rijLnKHS2BI And compare it to the Satanic Black Mass and the massive change in the production qualities, actual chanting and background music with Anton LaVey's Satanic Mass (English and Latin) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDbaRBEAxwU Photo: Religous Visual History
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@stbrians (11830)
• Kakamega, Kenya
3 Feb 17
It is not by actual worship bit mention and watching films appertaining to him
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@teamfreak16 (37903)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
6 Feb 17
You are well aware of my love of dark music.I must have done something wrong, because when I pasted the link into You Tube, I got options for videos for Taylor Swift and Donald Trump's Inauguration. The entire Satanic angle suddenly made sense! I couldn't make this up if I tried.