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Coeur Sauvage: (French); ‘Savage Heart’.

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Coeur Noir: (French); ‘Black Heart’

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Bosch, Hieronymus: Early Netherlandish painter, active during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. His works often focused on strongly moral and religious notions, and the most famous include The Garden of Earthly Delights; a triptych depicting Eden, the earthly delights themselves, and Hell.

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Chaostar: Also known as the Chaos Wheel or the Symbol of Eight; each of the eight arrowheads is representative of infinite energy and possibility, with the uppermost point specifically illustrating the fixed path of Law. First created by science fiction author Michael Moorcock, it is now widely used as an emblem of Chaos Magic.

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Baudelaire, Charles: French poet and critic of the 19th century, well known for his dark themes of lust, decay and depravity. His most famous work, Les Fleurs du Mal, propelled Baudelaire into notoriety, praised by fellow authors as ‘injecting new life into Romanticism’. Translating the works of Edgar Allan Poe proved to be one of his major influences; Baudelaire claimed him to be a ‘twin soul’.

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