Vampire Suyene, 1917

Boleslaw Biegas


letter published in This Is the Salivation Army, issue III 1996


Leon Golub



A Kabalistic word formerly used by rabbis for exorcisms of the evil spirit.  It is made up of the initial letters of the Hebrew words, Athah gabor leolam, Adonai, meaning, “Thou art powerful and eternal, Lord.”Not only among the Jews was this word employed, but among the more superstitous Christians it was a favorite weapon with which to combat the evil one, even so late as the sixteenth century.  It is also to be found in many books on magic, notably in the Enchiridion ascribed to Pope Leo III.

"they called her witch because she knew how to heal herself."

Here We Are, Reflections of A God Gone Mad (2nd edition)


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Jenny holzer In a dream you saw a way to survive and you were full of joy.


My new club,
With a dance
Floor made of
36 ribs using
Only 28 nails,
Where we dance
The Spider Woman,
Washing it off
With water, what
Is fed to
Pregnant women, dead
Ends of tangled
Paths, and, of
Course, the detached
Decorative device within
A concrete vessel.

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Mary Beth Edelson
Dematerializing in Fire Ring, 1975 
photo gouged with sharp point
9 x 8 inches (22.86 x 20.32 cm)