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Temple of the Tsalal Emperor
In the UK, an artist of well regard started opening applications to his private
mentoring program around the year of early 1993. He had a background with a number of underground societies, religious groups, medical professionals, and the creative arts- dealing these subjects in particular. A number of students started many short films, projects, and forms of performance art. A select few were fond of the surreal nature of the esoteric, reading a great deal day and night about ritual practices and various forms of mysticism.
They went to the libraries very frequently, collected things one may find in Victorian "Wonder Cabinets", books on occult practitioners, and depictions of cryptids in particular. Due to the suspicions of others
observing their practices, they eventually met in abandoned buildings and natural locations due to claims of "disturbing the peace" during an era of conservative views and social conditions.
They congregated in these remote areas to share discussions, work on projects, and even perform the rituals that were on topic with their work during that particular time of meeting. A number of their video pieces and art pieces started becoming distributed via questionable networks, as the work of the collective started going towards stranger and disturbing directions. Often, the members would not be able recall the activities of the prior night. When they watched the footage, all of the artists were horrified by what they had done. The mentor exhibited the most savage parts of the horror. He was often documented as crying, laughing, screaming, all at once while speaking in tongues. The lead artist was particularly interested in medical equipment and animals from houses and farms, more and more frequently bringing these into what became the "ritual space".