Inkubus Sukkubus

Drowning in the Darkness...
2003-01-21 20:44:05 (UTC)

Illuminati

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Illuminati (Malice Mizer)

Magical or Merriment. Communion with Nimrod
I devote my prayer to the sight of you disrobing and
laying on your side.
Magical or Merriment. Communion with Nimrod
You won't be able to escape once I've laid hands on you.
Everything is mixing at the base of the Star of David.

The blood and pain flowing from that body freed,
changes to pleasure.

The way the body incapable of salvation dances
is beautiful like Semiramis.
entrust in the body, if you take of the holy grail
the writhing dancing body will climb to climax.

"CALL BACK"
I'm suck in the abysmal swamp
"BORN AGAIN"
Where there is no foothold
"GROVE"
I have reached the watery depths
"WHAT SHOULD I DO ?"
distorted face...

Magical or Merriment. Communion with Nimrod.
The body plunged shivering into the MOORIYA....
shivering and dancing in the dream.

In the rift in the dream, bite down on Boaz.
The body and chest heaving, controlled for eternity.

The way the body incapable of salvation dances
is beautiful like Semiramis.
entrust in the body, if you take of the holy grail
the writhing dancing body will climb to climax.
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This lyrics might sound incoherent to most people, so I´ll
include some analysis I picked up from a Malice Mizer lyric page:

Some symbols used in this song:

The Star of David - A symbol of power from the Jewish faith.
Used in ritual to call forth divine power. Connections to Jewish
Mysticism.

Holy Grail - the cup which caught the blood of Christ on the
cross, said to possess the power to grant immortality.

Boaz - David's Grandfather. Another odd bible reference.

Semiramis - From site reader "Karamistsuku": "Semiramis
was a legendary Assyrian queen famed for her beauty,
ruthlessness.

Some further explanation:
The song has strong allusions to sexual orgasm. And the line,
"at the base of the star of David, blend with eveything" certainly
sounds like a sexual orgy. Perhaps the line should be everyone.
Gackt always does this though, bridge the gap between sex and
divine grace. Perhaps to him they are one and the same.


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