Somewhere in Portland, a horned sorcerer is building an 80,000 pound machine designed to generate demonic energy. And he’s dead serious.
That’s what I like about Rex. Rex doesn’t follow his pronouncements with a nervous laugh or a submissive smile. He’s not being cute or ironic. He doesn’t “just want to be loved,” and he doesn’t care if you understand.
Rex is a man who is taking his idea all the way, no matter what the cost, and no matter what other people think.
He lives like a monk, devoting most of his free time, energy and money to his great magical endeavor — and his gargoyle-like canine companion, Hannibal. He sleeps in a steel sarcophagus. He likes sake, hiking in the Columbia River Gorge, and working out with his demon kettlebells.
I don’t believe in black magic, personally. I’m sure Rex thinks I am charmingly naive in this regard.
But I do believe that if anyone could pull it off, it would be Rex.
Maybe he’ll be the one who starts the world.
If so, be afraid. Be very afraid.
Black Sun Occult Engineering and Design (for more detail photos of the Ragnarok Engine)
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