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Los Angeles.

The city of angels, the land of gods and monsters.

The in-between realm where only the choices made from your free will, will decide your soul’s final fate. 25 more words


On Demogorgon

“… behold the throne

Of Chaos, and his dark pavilion spread

Wide on the wasteful deep! With him enthroned

Sat sable-vested Night, eldest of things,

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Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven.

Paradise Lost (Book 1, l. 263)John Milton


Paradoxical Inevitability: A Look at the Necessity of the Fall of Man in Milton’s Paradise Lost

Originally published 3 December 2014.

In Book IX of John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost, Adam and Eve both eat the forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge, disobeying God’s only command and committing the first sin of humankind. 1,457 more words

Academic Essays

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven..”—John Milton


It’s John Milton’s birthday, I’ve been watching Peaky Blinders and I’m always listening to some Nick Cave. That’s more than enough reason to post this Cave classic, appropriated from Milton’s, Paradise Lost, and now the theme to the fantastic Netflix series, Peaky Blinders. 32 more words