The appetite of the Lupus-Cain is insatiable. He desires nothing more than to gently taste the contours of lupine humanity, which is common to all. His desire is for the hidden part of the Ur-Sarai. And he desires nothing less than to feed on the inner-agnus, which is cultivated for its fatness in the rational part.
There are two kinds of flesh, the clean and the unclean. That which is clean is the inner-agnus that is washed in the spirit of the Christos-Messiah. That which is unclean is the lupine part. When the Lupus-Cain feeds on the latter, he commits self-murder, but his heart is made fat.