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Ethereal Journeys

This song is by Elend and appears on the album Les Ténèbres du Dehors (1996).

Vaste oceane stellate, virgo omnis malefici,
Est hospes mirus se mergens in sinum tuum.
Creaturam tuam custodi, tempestate ignem arce,
Quem non restinguere potes.
Venit Lucifer!
Venit angelus mortis!


Luciferian Revolution!

Far beyond the sky,
Far beneath the heavens,
Where once before I died,
To perpetuate my hymen...

...With a star...
Heading for the open sky... where the flames never dared to come...
The rays of the moon linking the spheres... the molochian comets...

During my ethereal journeys,
With celestial glory and pride,
I will celebrate the day
When you become my bride.

To rape the shining stars in the secrets of the dying light.
The starred delights will enrapture my soul to insanity.
Rapturous elevation frightening the God of Light.
I tear the flowers of the sky,
The firmaments of stars embosomed in His Creation,
But the starlit ocean will not quench my thirst for their glowing nectar:
I drained the wine of a thousand suns.

Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus,
Dominus deus sabaoth,
Pleni sunt caelum et terra gloria tua.
Hosanna in excelsis.


You are the light, I am the flame,
The freezing blow of my thoughts unburns me
And I am dying but cannot die.

The divine has deserted the altar
Where your pain is multuplied in the prism
Of my lust witnessed by the stars.
The delight burns at its paroxism.

To rape the shining stars in the secrets of the dying light.
The starred delights will enrapture my soul to insanity.
Rapturous elevation frightening the God of Light.
I was made the Morningstar,
Embowered from the night...
God of Lie, I am the Prince of Darkness, the Star of Mourning
Hunting the light of salvation.

O Domine,
Dona nobis vim, ut eum oppugnemus.
In nos luminem perpetuum fundi iube.


You took the fire in my eyes
When I was starving of light.
You take delights in my cries
For I am dying but cannot die.

While entrusting the flame to a celestial abyss,
I will get drunk of screaming and of pain,
And the silence and the night will move at last unto me.

Far beyond the sky,
Far beneath the heavens
Where once before I died,
To perpetuate my hymen...

With a star!

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