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Slaves Shall Serve

This song is by Behemoth and appears on the album Demigod (2004).

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Khrevsu tvahyu gradu tore!
Khrevsu kvatro midvhu piedhvro!
Khrevsu Kristo midhvu? vhradro!
Medvro vhtrienn utrah vreghgrho

Father of Terror!
Aba ol-Hol
Enter the pylon
Through the galleys of past
Catacombs of night
Into the starry womb

Slay!
Asar un-Nefer
We have no fear
Our time had come
Our will is done

O Mighty One
Fields of Aqert
And spit
Upon slaves of death

War God!
Trample all weakness
This is your day of pride
Draw Thy flaming sword
Cut the umbilical cord
To set me free from eternal sleep

...Step by step
Khem: evolution: spiral vibration
Can you hear?
Can you touch?
Can you see?
Can you really see?

We charm all jins
Automata, imprinted realities
They creep like snakes
And all we feel
Is painful bliss
As we burn forth
Like winged globe
Like solar disk...
...And penetrate eternity

Slaves shall serve!

Music by:

Nergal

Lyrics by:

Krzysztof Azarewicz

TriviaEdit

The title of this song is taken from "The Book of the Law". These words invoke powers of individuality, which stands against fear and oppression of Western civilization with all its taboos, fallen religions and political idols, stupid and mad masses - "twisted mob of Jerusalem". I wrote wrote these verses after my journey across Egypt's entirety, which I made in April 2004 e.v. but direct inspiration was successful invocation of God Horus I performed in city of Cairo on April 8th, exactly 100 years after Crowley received the text of "The Book of the Law".

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