Fallout New Vegas:
Don’t remember where I found these, but whoever made them is a hero.
PERFECT LOOPS *__*
Interviewer: So there’s Industrial occultism as well as the Native spiritualism?
Lorne: Very, very ancient occultism. This gets in to more mystical practices within that controlling elite. The Industrials, at the highest levels, are actually still connected to their ancient roots, but in a more diabolical way. They’re not shamanic, but more demonic. They engage in more ritualistic practices that are dark. The Gloktigi (note: the last syllable is pronounced ‘guy’, not ‘gee’), their guards have supernatural origins, more like genies in the classical Arabian sense. Concocted and controlled, like summoning demons. They’re sort of genetics mixed with occultism.
That’s why I really want to make the movies, so I can go in to the real depths of craziness of what is going on, even if it’s just for a scene and you go “What the fuck was that?!”, where they’re sacrificing Mudokons and spreading their innards out on the table to get signs to do stock forecasting. I really want to mix it up.
That’s because when I was in the NY art world, encountering circles of dealers, collectors, and institutions; some of the richest people in the world, I was stunned to learn that at this level there are elements who operate with occultism very much still in their ways. It was a profound wake up call. So in the Oddworld mythos, it is within the oldest and most powerful families, that dark ancient practices thought to have long been extinct and dismissed as superstition, are secretly still very much alive – but hidden behind the doors of the ultra-sophisticated. (x)
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