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Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else, serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more. Human sacrifice had specific purposes, also having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty, where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty, like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. They have different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphins? Wouldn't any drug work the same on anybody else having medical uses, or highs, etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
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Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else, serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more. Human sacrifice had specific purposes, also having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty, where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty, like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. They have different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphins? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses, or highs, etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
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Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else, serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more. Human sacrifice had specific purposes, also having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty, where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty, like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphins? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses, or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else, serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes, having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty, like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphins? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses, or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else. Serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes, having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty, like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphins? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses, or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else. Serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes, having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty? Like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphin? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

I laugh at this topic's fables. If it occurs it doesn't like that. When it does it's because power uses it for its reasons like blackmail, ritual, and because it craves in its unearthly delights.

90 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else. Serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes, having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty? Like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphin? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

90 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else. Serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Because gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes, having cruelty beyond imagination, the imagination of the power that harnessed them for their rituals. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes. Often a simple delight of the power using them.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug, causing cruelty? Like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty, or developing a craving for it through damage or power. Although perhaps they share the same endorphin? Wouldn't any drug would work the same on anybody else having medical uses or highs etc? Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain, and causing compliance, becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism is mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into a fetishes, it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

90 days ago
1 score
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Moloch is a children's story. A fable. He wasn't even called that. His name in ancient languages is called something else. Serving something different, other than just baby sacrifices. Other gods demanded far more, human sacrifice had specific purposes. Some had cruelty beyond imagination all imagination for the power that used them. Cruelty where they often bred people to die. They believed when they did, it served higher purposes.

Adrenchrome is also largely fables. It has a medical use, adrenaline, not the use of some other grail. I doubt it causes cruelty. Cruelty, sadism realeses its own highs, like pleasure causes them. Cruelty like pleasure consumes. Has it been marketed into a drug causing cruelty? Like pleasure perhaps has? I doubt it. What a sadist finds pleasure, would causes a normal brain to react in disgust, it wouldn't be pleasurable. Different wiring, hemispheres damaged by cruelty or developing a craving for it through damage or power, although perhaps they share the same endorphins. Any drug would work the same on anybody else having a medical use. Both Nazis and Berserkers used drugs, but these were likely for limiting pain and causing compliance becoming ritual and ceremony.

Perhaps there are entire tribes, cults, or fetishes dedicated to cannibalism. But cannibalism was mainly about power, consuming an enemy to cause fear, turned into a fetishism it made stronger, because it does, the craving feeds, consuming, giving it power. Perhaps that meat is sweeter. It is to the insane craving it. But it's because power can, it does, until it became their choice. Also because it was an easy food source, an easier food source in war, or famine.

90 days ago
1 score