November 11, 2002

Rghyrtt Hrghhtiuhdfl!

Maybe Bill Schnoebelen and Jack Chick were right after all, if M'rgot Adl'r, Low Priestess of the Cthulhu Womyn's Knitting Cirkle is to be believed:

Cthonion Wikka is the spiritual inheritor of the various cults dedicated to the worship of the various dieties known as the Great Old Ones. Whether or not there is a direct lineage to these various cults is an issue of great debate, amongst both scholars and practioners. Practioners, however do not see the relevance of an unbroken line of descent, and instead focus their energies towards the present, and the grim future which awaites all mankind - the reawakening of the Great Old Ones.

Me, I'm looking forward to reading Fat-Lesbian-Witchcraft and its Origins Amongst the Cult of Shubb-Niggurath.

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They may be right,oh yeah does anyone know who I can contact to learn more about Cthonion Wikka?I can be contacted at Nicolaecarpathia0001@yahoo.com

Joseph

that is Low Priest.

I do not care what sex you are as long as your brain tastes good on toast.

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