SUCCUBUS SCHOOL OF LILITH’S HAREM
Within the astral domain of the dream the Succubus school of St Lilith’s can be found, when to become lucid of awareness; wherein a dreaming sorcerer can thence conjure up an Owl eyed Succubus schoolgirl from out of her hierarchal planetary abode of a Harem school, as his Genie.
St Lilith’s is none too dissimilar to Hogwarts merged with St Trinian’s; more so that of St Trinian’s, which is an anarchist boarding school for wayward lost girls, whose archetypal creation was conjured up by the English cartoonist Ronald Searle. St Trinian’s later became the subject of a popular series of comedy films of a mass-mind focus.
The first St Trinian’s cartoon appeared in 1941, but shortly afterwards Searle had to fulfil his military service.
He was later captured by the Japanese, when Singapore fell and spent the rest of WWII as a prisoner of war where he endured various horrors in the jungle.
After the war, during 1946, Searle started creating new cartoons about his St Trinian Muses, but the content of his cartoons was far darker in comparison than those previous to his experience of war.
St Trinian’s is essentially the antithesis of the Enid Blyton or Angela Brazil–type posh girls’ boarding school, which of a quaint mind-set swept the horror of war under the carpet.
Like the Dadaist Succubae schoolgirls of surrealist St Lilith’s, the female pupils of Searle’s St Trinian’s are wild and most wanton, who are often well armed with their elemental weaponry, where the currents of Chaos magic is rife.
The St Trinian schoolmistresses are also disreputable, who are otherwise depicted as salacious Nightgaunt Nuns in St Lilith’s, of whom H.P Lovecraft spoke of tickling his midriff; although his puritanical fear of sex, had transformed their planetary sphere visitations into nightmares, he never learnt to ride as his Chakra Mares of the Night.
Searle’s politically incorrect St Trinian cartoons often showed the exquisite corpses of girls who had been transformed into Voodoo dolls, stabbed with pitchforks or had otherwise succumbed to violent team sports, which is of similarity to St Lilith’s Rollerball Quidditch matches.
The Succubae schoolgirls battle with one another in order to hone their Witchery, so that they can be immortalised as two-dimensional illustrations within a sorcerers grimoire, out of which they are then conjured into three-dimensional reality, within a lucid dream.
The fallen schoolgirls of St Trinian’s sometimes had vultures circling over their exquisite corpses scattering the surrealist battlefield around Searle’s wounded memories of war; who, like knitted together Frankentein Tulpa Ghost-Girls, returned of haunting, drinking, gambling and smoking like Valkyries in their all girl version of a hallucinogenic Valhalla.
It is reputed that the now iconic gymslip style of dress worn by the St Trinian girls was closely modelled upon the uniform of the school that Searle’s daughter Kate attended, being JAGS in Dulwich. The films, which ushered St Trinian’s into the collective unconscious as an archetype implied that the girls were the daughters of underworld gangsters.
The father’s of the St Trinian girls are depicted as crooks, shady bookmakers, and other streetwise types; while their institution is often referred to as a female borstal.
Whereas, the Succubae schoolgirls of infernal St Lilith’s are the salacious Genie daughters of the patriarchal Goetic Daemons, you to find of a common Animus fixation.
But the daughters are truly of the fallen, who have been castigated out of the grimoire picture; wherefore, the real Necronomicon lists them as being the ‘Great Old Ones,’ no one really talks about of Entartete Kunst ‘Anima’ fluctuations, since they are far too politically incorrect of the very risqué.
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