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: Nazarene, you have won... nothing...
: Nazarene, charlatan, what can you offer humanity? Since the hour you vomited forth from the gaping wound of a woman, you have done nothing but drown man's soaring desires in a deluge of sanctimonious morality. You've inflamed the pubertal mind of youth with your repellent dogma of original sin. And now you absolve in denying them the ultimate joy beyond death by destroying me ? But you will fail, Nazarene, as you have always failed. We were both created in man's image, but while you were born of an impotent god, I was concieved of a jackal. Born of Satan, the desolate one. Your pain on the cross was but a splinter compared to the agony of my father. Cast out of heaven, the fallen angel, banished, reviled. I will drive deeper the thorns into your rancid carcass, you profaner of vices. Cursed Nazarene. Satan, I will avenge thy torment, by destroying the Christ forever.
: Suffer the little children to come unto me. Your words, Nazarene. Not mine.
: If Abraham was ready to slay his own son for the love of his God, why won't you do the same for the love of mine?
: You, my disciples will truly inherit this Earth!
: Disciples of the Watch; I stand before you; in the name of the one who was cast out from Heaven, but is alive in me.
: "And it shall come to pass that in the end days the beast shall reign 100 score and 30 days and nights. And the faithful shall cry unto the Lord, 'Wherefore art thou in the day of evil?' And the Lord shall hear their prayers. And out of the Angel Isle he shall bring forth the Deliverer; the holy Lamb of God who shall do battle with the beast. And shall destroy him." Only it won't be the beast that is destroyed, it'll be the Nazarene.
: Oh my Father, Lord of Silence, Supreme God of Desolation, though mankind reviles yet aches to embrace, strengthen my purpose to save the world from a second ordeal of Jesus Christ and his grubby mundane creed. Show man instead the raptures of Thy kingdom. Infuse in him the grandeur of melancholy, the divinity of loneliness, the purity of evil, the paradise of pain.
: He was born last night... I feel his presence. Like a virus, a parasite feeding on my energy; trying to drain me of power. For everyday that he lives and grows, my force will weaken.
: I now command you to seek out and destroy the Nazarene child. Slay the Nazarene... and I shall reign forever. Fail... and I perish.
: Most people confuse evil with their own trivial lusts and perversions. Now, true evil is as pure as innocence.
: I love you. Damien Thorn
: Beyond all others. Peter
: Beyond all others. Damien Thorn
: Beyond life itself.
: I feel like a moth, flying closer and closer to the flame. Damien Thorn
: Which is the moth, and which is the flame?
[Damien has just seen the Mark of the Beast on his scalp, indicating he is the Antichrist. He runs out of the Academy building
] Damien Thorn
] Why? Why me?
: Why are you running away from me, Mark? Mark Thorn
: I know who you are. Damien Thorn
: You do?
: I love you, Mark. You're like my brother. Mark Thorn
: No! No! Damien Thorn
: You are my brother. And you mean more to me than... Mark Thorn
: No! The Beast has no brother! Don't call me your brother!
: [Talking about Neff, that he might be the next platoon leader
] That must be him. Damien Thorn
: He looks okay. Mark Thorn
: They're all the same.
: Do you know what exactly I do for Thorn Industries? Damien Thorn
: Not really, Sir. Paul Buher
: You should. You should know everything about the Thorn business. After all it will be yours one day. Damien Thorn
: And Mark's! Paul Buher
: And Mark's. Of course.
: Mathematics, good. Science, very good. Military history, fair, room for improvement. Damien Thorn
: Yes, Sergeant. Sergeant Neff
: Physical training is excellent. I hear you're quite a football player. Be proud of your accomplishments. Pride is all right when there's reason to be proud. Damien Thorn
: Yes, Sergeant. Sergeant Neff
: I'm here to teach you but also I'm here to help you. Any problems, you come to me. Don't be afraid, day or night, any advice. You understand? Damien Thorn
: Whatever you say, Sergeant. Sergeant Neff
: We're gonna get to know each other. I see you're an orphan. Well, that's something we have in common.
: What were you trying to do, Damien? What were you trying to do? Damien Thorn
: I was just answering questions, Sergeant. Sergeant Neff
: You were showing off. Damien Thorn
: No, I just knew all the answers. Somehow I just knew them all. Sergeant Neff
: You mustn't attract attention. Damien Thorn
: I wasn't trying to. I just felt... Sergeant Neff
: The day will come when everyone will know who you are but that day is not yet. Damien Thorn
: What do you mean who I am?
: [to Mark
] When you've met one platoon leader, you've met them all.
] Damien Thorn
: Attention! Eyes front! Chest out! Stomach in!
: That's Damien's father in the back. My old man was on that team, too.
[pointing at picture
: That's him. He was on the line. But Robert Thorn was quarterback. Even back then he was calling the plays for everybody. Mark Thorn
: [Coming in from Neff's office
] You're next, Damien. Damien Thorn
: Teddy, don't ever talk about my father again. Do you understand? Teddy
: Can't you take a joke? Damien Thorn
: [Giving Teddy a long look
[Turns to leave
] Mark Thorn
: What was that all about? Teddy
: Your cousin really thinks he's somebody, doesn't he? My old man tells me the Thorns make their own hats because the stores don't sell them large enough for their big heads.
[laughter. Mark punches Teddy
: Yes. Born in the image of the greatest power in the world! The Desolate One. Desolate because his greatness was taken from him and he was cast down. But he has risen, Mark, in me!
: Did I scare you, Mommy? I didn't mean to.
: What's the matter, those other kids didn't want to play with you? Damien
: They're afraid.
[they look at the frighten reshus maquces
: Please Daddy, don't!
: You haven't said two words since we left the college. Damien Thorn
: What can I say? Kelly Baptiste
: Obviously, other people noticed all the coincidences around you. Damien Thorn
: You expect me to believe that there's really a God, there's really a Devil, and I'm on the wrong side.
: Please, Daddy! No, Daddy, no!