Three Theses On the Lupine Perspective

1) The inner wolf manifested himself not with a whimper, but with a howl.

2) The Spirit of God is like unto the wind–you hear its sound, but cannot tell whither or whence it goes; but the Spirit of Cain is like unto the sun–you know when it will rise and when it will set, and can do nothing to stop it from moving as it pleases.

3) You have heard it said: Be ye innocent as doves, and wise as serpents. But Lupus-Cain tells you: Be ye crafty as foxes, and ravenous as the wolf.


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