I took a little trip back into the 1970s today to watch occult/underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger’s Lucifer Rising.
It is not about Satanism but more about invoking energies of nature, a highly symbolic short film with not a word of dialog on the soundtrack.
Or you could say that it is about the aesthetics of ceremonial magick.
You can watch a low-quality version online, but I rented it as part of a Kenneth Anger collection from Netflix.
Even the story of its music is a masterpiece of Psychedelic Age gossip, involving a composer imprisoned for murder as part of the Manson Family, after Anger’s first choice, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, failed to deliver.
Another article on Anger’s use of color symbolism is here.