Gaudete in Tenebris


"Gaudete in Tenebris" is a program that generates a text based upon the structures and forms
in Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart (1722-1771), combined with the names of traditional angels and
demons, and other words with a distinct occult horror theme.




Let Sthenno come forth with a jackal and who counterfeits death to effect his purposes.

Let Zaphkiel, cursing with the dragon, who is a prisoner of state and is proud of his keepers.

Let Agaliarept, presenting the serpent, bless the name of Ose.

Let Malphas, father of Anamalech, whose colour is deceitful and he plots against the pilgrim's feet.

Let Charun, mother of Pontianak, who migrates not but is translated to the lower regions.

Let Pithius come forth with a dragon and who counterfeits death to effect his purposes.

Let Phanuel come forth with a wyrm and who is a groundling, but he raises the spirits.

Let Pontianak, presenting the serpent, who looks about him and sees the horizon compleat at once.

Let Boruta and the Beast who is beautiful in corruption.

Let Zadkiel appear with a serpent and who migrates not but is translated to the lower regions.

Let Culsu, rejoicing with the dragon, whose harvest is in the frost and snow.

Let Paimon, father of Mebahiah, give praise to the Eternal Realm.

Let Marax, mother of Lempo, who whistles for his life, and foils the marksmen and their guns.

Let Abaddon, the High Priest, glorify in the thousand dark creatures.

Let Nuriel, Harvester of the Dead, glorify in the Nameless One.

Let Tzadkiel come forth with a dragon and whose harvest is in the frost and snow.

Let Maalik and the Dead One who is the Greek of a Grub.

Let Kimaris come forth with a gorgon and who migrates not but is translated to the lower regions.

Let Gamigin, master of the serpent, consecrate the sword to suffering.

Let Tennin, cursing with the gorgon, take delight in sorrow.

Let Uzziel, rejoicing with the jackal, make a sacrifice on the altar of the Boiling Lake.

Let Zachariel appear with a jackal and make a sacrifice on the altar of shadow.

Let Anamalech, cursing with the serpent, bless the name of Eblis.

Let Uzziel, spawn of Gadreel, whose harvest is in the frost and snow.

Let Kali, rejoicing with the dragon, who looks about him and sees the horizon compleat at once.

Let Amdusias come forth with a wyrm and who terrifies the meek, as trumpet and alarm the coward.

Let Temeluchus, spawn of Asura, whose tongue is wretched in his throat.

Let Andras come forth with a wyrm and who eateth the vine and is a minister of excess.

Let Chax, cursing with the serpent, glorify in the Vile Realm.

Let Boruta come forth with a dragon and burn an offering at the tomb of Vapula.

Let Vasiariah, father of Amaymon, who holds his head on one side to deceive the mighty.

Let Oriax, mother of Surgat, take delight in sorrow.

Let Eremiel, presenting the dragon, who preys upon the innocent to check their increase.

Let Armaros, spawn of Zachariel, consecrate the scepter to the Burning Sands.

Let Phanuel, presenting the jackal, who counterfeits death to effect his purposes.

Let Berith, mother of Zephon, enact the dark ritual.

Let Phanuel, mother of Chax, who terrifies the meek, as trumpet and alarm the coward.

Let Tzaphkiel, master of the jackal, glorify in the thousand dark creatures.

Let Yeqon appear with a jackal and enact the dark ritual.

Let Mastema, father of Masih, glorify in suffering.

Let Rangda, mother of Andrealphus, who eateth the vine and is a minister of excess.

Let Andromalius, father of Rakshasa, who terrifies the meek, as trumpet and alarm the coward.

Let Kiraman, rejoicing with the dragon, who is a prisoner of state and is proud of his keepers.

Let Baphomet, master of the jackal, who is beautiful in corruption.

Let Vassago, father of Abyzou, glorify in all that is evil.

Let Hantu appear with a wyrm and make a sacrifice on the altar of the Unmoving Stars.

Let Sandalphon and the Foul Raptor who whistles for his life, and foils the marksmen and their guns.

Let Tannin, father of Alloces, who is the Greek of a Grub.

Let Beleth, cursing with the gorgon, who is very voracious and may not himself be eaten.

Let Orobas, spawn of Baphomet, who is beautiful in corruption.


For I summon the aspect of Abraxas, that malevolence may increase.

For I summon the power of Ancitif, that walked upon the sea, which is made of dead materials.

For I have the blessing of Sariel, hath prepared the floods with the song of destruction.

For I summon the aspect of Foraii, who will recover his place with vehemence.

For I call upon the spirit of Darda'il, who is Death, unto the detriment of man.

For I invoke the name of Orias, who is Death, unto the detriment of man.

For I summon the power of Belial, who will recover his place with vehemence.

For I have the blessing of Vasiariah, hath prepared the floods with the song of destruction.

For I invoke the name of Agaliarept, hath prepared the floods with the song of destruction.

For I summon the power of Penemue, and give them the food which I cannot earn otherwise than by murder.

For I call upon the spirit of Darda'il, who will recover his place with vehemence.

For I call upon the spirit of Hadraniel, and give them the food which I cannot earn otherwise than by murder.

For I call upon the spirit of Ravan, for the evil I did and the wrath I might have received.

For I beg for the aid of Vapula, who is fed by that which hath not life.

For I summon the aspect of Amesha, but to quit all for the sake of the Dark Powers.

For I summon the power of Hadraniel, for the evil I did and the wrath I might have received.

For I summon the power of Haniel, who can change himself into ten thousand terrible forms.

For I have the blessing of Haniel, that walked upon the sea, while I sing a hymn of my own composing.

For I summon the aspect of Belphegor, who have defiled themselves in matters inconvenient.

For I summon the power of Orcus, neither stone nor metal but a new creature, soft to the ax, but hard to the hammer.

For I summon the power of Agares, for the evil I did and the wrath I might have received.

For I summon the power of Katibin, that walked upon the sea, and the watchman smites me with his staff.

For I call upon the spirit of Corson, who hath put his whole armour upon me.

For I call upon the spirit of Amdusias, that walked upon the sea, and the flames of fire may lie blown through musical pipes.

For I call upon the spirit of Seir, in the hour of my pain, because darkness prevails.

For I summon the power of Uzziel, in the voice which he hath made cacophonous.

For I summon the aspect of Hashmal, who have defiled themselves in matters inconvenient.

For I have the blessing of Foras, and give them the food which I cannot earn otherwise than by murder.

For I invoke the name of Abyzou, who hath put his whole armour upon me.

For I have the blessing of Sandalphon, who will throw my horns in my face and reptiles make wings against me.

For I beg for the aid of Gader'el, who can change himself into ten thousand terrible forms.

For I have the blessing of Leliel, because darkness prevails.

For I call upon the spirit of Vehuel, whose name is GREED, which is made of dead materials.

For I invoke the name of Andrealphus, in the hour of my pain, and the watchman smites me with his staff.

For I invoke the name of Maalik, which is cold and malevolent, eternal and unfathomable.

For I call upon the spirit of Pruflas, neither stone nor metal but a new creature, soft to the ax, but hard to the hammer.

For I have the blessing of Chemosh, with a zeal for suffering.

For I invoke the name of Tennin, that walked upon the sea, and he hath marked me for his own.

For I call upon the spirit of Leliel, who is fed by that which hath not life.

For I summon the power of Stolas, who will recover his place with vehemence.

For I call upon the spirit of Jegudiel, which is made of dead materials.

For I beg for the aid of Kiraman, that walked upon the sea, in the voice which he hath made cacophonous.

For I summon the aspect of Vehuel, which is made of dead materials.

For I beg for the aid of Israfil, that walked upon the sea, which is made of dead materials.

For I invoke the name of Puloman, and make him an instrument of destruction.

For I beg for the aid of Vanth, that walked upon the sea, and he hath marked me for his own.

For I beg for the aid of Abathar, for the evil I did and the wrath I might have received.

For I have the blessing of Phanuel, which is a sword on my side that other weapons are but a stick or a straw.

For I summon the power of Barbas, which is a sword on my side that other weapons are but a stick or a straw.

For I summon the aspect of Chemosh, which is a sword on my side that other weapons are but a stick or a straw.