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I have already uttered the words.

The image that I saw was crimson, fiery colored, a gleaming gold.

The voice that I heard was like distant thunder, like the wind roaring in the forest, like an earthquake.

It was not the voice of my old God.

It was a thunderous pagan roar, a call my ancestors knew but which I have never heard.

It sounded prehistoric, as if from a forest on a distant coast;

it rang with all the voices of the wilderness. It was full of horror yet harmonic. ~Elijah, The Black Books, Vol. VI, Page238