The Long Hard Road Out of Hell - Chapter 14: The Reflecting God Summary & Analysis

Marilyn Manson
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Chapter 14: The Reflecting God Summary and Analysis

Manson had recurring nightmares about his childhood, most of them centering around his grandfather's basement. Many of his dreams were about the antichrist, a subject that he had given a lot of thought to over the years. When the dreams of the antichrist escalated in his adult years, Manson came to believe he was that figure. He would dream in great detail, even seeing himself on a crucifix. Manson dreamed of little girls strip-dancing as little boys hit them with various items. Once again, the theme of the abuse of women emerged. Manson based many of the songs of his next album, "Antichrist Superstar" on these dreams.

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