Akasha vs. Haggar
Posted in the Pagan/Wiccan Forum
#1 Nov 7, 2012
Can witchcraft prompt enough faith about mysticism to forward ideas about being optimistic towards ostracized people such as ethnic minorities and AIDS victims?
Witchcraft does after all provide comfort spells.
Two important witch character avatars in the less-represented side of cinema and literature are Akasha (Queen of the Damned and first seductive empress of vampires) and Haggar (consultant to warlocks who wage time wars against the valiant galactic empire of the Voltron robot force).
Akasha represents lust while Haggar represents wrath and both present psychological ideas regarding mood anxieties, perhaps socially reflecting the democratic value of feminine-anxious Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Death Becomes Her" (1992).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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