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Mother Diana, Queen of Wytches
Stars in the Heaven obey your calling
Mother Diana, temptress, sorceress
Spinning your magick above the earth

Testo di Inkubus Sukkubus - Aradia


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  • @OceanSoul121: This track is different from most of their other songs, where the Gothic tag fits a bit better (but not always). Their style is rather diverse but distinctive.
  • I'd call this more folk than Gothic, but I like it. I'm treating it as a sort of fantasy-themed music...please don't get mad at me, that's how I see it.
  • Love at first listen
  • @Dark_Tower: Thanks for the clarification.
  • @Tabbycat1: this song is all about Stregheria (italian witchcraft). In C.G.Leland's "Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches" it is narrated that Diana was Lucifer's sister, and through incest Aradia, a messianic figure similar in many ways to Jesus, was born from them.
  • Looked up the lyrics and am now more confused. I've read two stories about Lucifer: one the standard story circulated by the Church, the other that he was a heretical philosopher, whose teachings alarmed the Church so much that they circulated the better-known story. How did he wind up getting transported back into Roman mythology, becoming related to Diana and then having relations with her? Or is there more than one Lucifer?
  • Beautiful
  • I assume the address to 'Mother Diana' is an honorary title for the goddess? I'm trying to think back to what I know of Graeco-Roman mythology, but I don't recall any tale of Diana/Artemis having any offspring. Wasn't she the one that turned Actaeon into a stag to be killed by his own dogs when he saw too much of her?
  • i love this song
  • Very nice. In a bad way. *Wicked smile*

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