"Procreation Of Eternity" as written by and Christofer Jan Johnsson....
Magic fate, await possession
Hear demons call through astral hearing

I evocate the forces of the night
Prepare my self to be
A dynast of the night

Demon sorcery is my magic key
My gate to the voids of the dark
Procreation of eternity

I evocate the forces of the night
Prepare my self to be
A dynast of the night

In the dead of the darkest night
I distort the reality
Once again I will gage my life
To reach my desired might
Then I draw the demons sign
And I open my third eye
I burn the unholy incense
I open up the gate

I am a warrior, I procreate
A new reality to set me free
Gathered illusions of dragons fire
My soul has burned, I hail this fire

I am one who ride his might
See through his black diamond eyes
I ride through qliphotic spheres
In the dark of the blackest night
I laugh as the sun turns black
I procreate my eternity
I procreate for a dark domain
I hail the Great Red Dragon

The seven headed, the Mighty One
With ten horns, the Eternal One
Forbidden knowledge and dragon fire
Infernal forces just bring me higher


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"Procreation of Eternity" as written by Christofer Jan Johnsson

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    General CommentAnyone who has ever read up on the occult should know what this song is about. A bit of a lesson, though: The "dragon" unites what is below with that which is below (the serpent and the eagle) and is beyond good and evil and negative and positive; it is in between. The dragon is the symbol for Tao (or the journey). The dragon is dynamic eternity. I find this stuff fascinating.
    Lateralus518on February 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThat was meant to say "what is above with that which is below"
    Lateralus518on February 27, 2009   Link

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