An Execration

Performed in due form by the Namen of Temple Zagduku before the shrines of Lilith, Inanna, Ereshkigal, Utu, Ea, and Ningishzida, on 2015-04-19 in an hour of Venus, appropriate for Inanna destroyer of mountains.

I don’t usually curse, although I have and probably will again, but if these walking turds aren’t worth a curse, then nothing is.

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Celto-Cherokee Pagan, Priest, Frater of the Church of the Hermetic Sciences, sometime writer, astrologer.
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3 Responses to An Execration

  1. I am still chuckling to myself (rather loudly, though!) on the phrase “walking turds”–nicely done! ;)

    In my post on satire, I did use one of my favorite such turns of phrase, which in its original context read “his face like an abandoned shit-farm.” I never get tired of that one! :)

    • Ha, that’s good, too. A final note about the ritual: our Temple is downstairs. My wife and her dog were in the room above me. She had to keep reassuring the dog that everything was OK, that “Daddy” was supposed to be howling and growling.

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