Catalog of Spirits and Entities
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The Demonic Bible
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by Magus Tsirk Susej, Antichrist,Servant and disciple of the Dark Lord, revealed to him by the spirit Azael, his Unholy Guardian Demon. This book contains rituals for Crossing the Gates of Hell and becoming one with theForces of Darkness. It also contains rituals for the invocation of hundreds of demons and Dark Gods. This may possibly be the most evil book written.
Demonomicon by Angelus Degenero
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Compilation of demons, names, descriptions,sigils, and illustrations.
A Brief Handbook of Exorcism
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Demons of the Flesh: The Complete Guide to Left-Hand Path of Sex Magic by Nikolas & Zeena Schreck
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Demons of the Flesh is a comprehensive and unflinching overview of the erotic initiation and sexual sorcery essential to the mysterious magical tradition known as the "Left-Hand Path." Part exploration of this taboo area, part manual detailing the actual mechanics of sex magic, the book draws on the pioneering studies of Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons to penetrate the veil of secrecy surrounding the ecstasies and dangers of these practices.
The sexual and magical activities described in this book are intended exclusively for application by adults who have reached the age of majority, and should only be performed on a consensual basis by individuals possessing sound physical and mental health. Recommendations suggesting that the reader undertake proper training in physical activities that might prove injurious are intended seriously.
De Vermis Mysteriis
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Written in a prison in Prague by Ludwig Prinnin c1542, this terrible Tome has been known to contain knowledgethat would drive men to madness.
Banned by Pope Pious V, but copies may still be found at the Starry Wisdom Church in Providence RhodeIsland, at the Huntington Library in California, and at Miskatonic University.
The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton
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You are about to discover the most evil, vile and disgusting book ever written. It may even be the words of Satan himself! Did Lucifer actually write this shocking and unbelievable ancient text ? You are one of the first human beings to actually experience the ancient wisdom contained in this most unholy of books comprised of texts that may even predate history itself. So powerful and so terrifying that it may have already lead strong willed men to madness... Forget the child's play of fantasy with books like the Necronomicon....
The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton, presented here for the first time in electronic book form gives you the power to discover and master long suppressed ancient sorcery for yourself. Unearthed during the turbulent 1960's, this strange and perverse ancient compendium is both evil and beyond pornographic in its vicious and visceral raw sexual power. Learn for yourself what may very well be the writings of the devil himself.
The Satanic Bible - Anton LaVey
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A founder of the Church of Satan explains its philosophies of indulgence and freedom, and discusses Satanic rituals. The Satanic Bible claims the heritage of a horde of evil deities--Bile', Dagon, Moloch, and Yao Tzin to name a few--but these ancient gods have no coherent connection between each other or to Satanism, except that all have been categorized by Christianity as "evil." Calling on these ancient names like a magician shouting, "Abracadabra," LaVey attempts to shatter the classical depiction of Satanism as a cult of black mass and child sacrifice. As the smoke clears, he leads us through a surprisingly logical argument in favor of a life focused on self-indulgence. The Satanic Bible is less bible and more philosophy (with a few rituals thrown in to keep us entertained), but this philosophy is the backbone of a religion that, until LaVey entered the scene, was merely a myth of the Christian church. It took LaVey, and The Satanic Bible, to turn this myth into a legitimate public religion
The Book of Dagon
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Cursed Writings of Assyrian Priest
The Satanic Rituals - Anton LaVey
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Pages of hidden literature, Rituals, Enchantments, Talisman, Beverages, Magic Formulas, Secrets, Invocations, Pacts, Stamps and other forms of Black Arts
The Red Book of Appin Translated by Scarabaeus
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Black magic and demonolatry from the collection of Joseph Appin. The Red Book of Appin is a name many occultists may have heard but few would know much about.
Folklore claims the book was stolen from the Devil as a trick by a young shepherd on whom Satan had set his sights. Montague Summers in his History of Witchcraft and Demonology relates that the book “contained a large number of magic runes and incantations for the cure of cattle diseases, the increase of flocks and the fertility of fields” and (in common with many books of magic) its simple possession conferred upon the owner certain preternatural powers. By Summers’ time the book had already been missing for at least 100 years.
The Grand Grimoire
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One of the most famous and outrageous Grimoires of black magic.A Practical Manual of Diabolic Evocation and Black Magick. The text of Grand Grimoire has been translated by Ms. Gretchen Rudy from the 1612 Italian edition, the primary source work for this grimoire. Secondary sources include the 1823 French edition,which was fraudulently backdated as 1521 and issued as the Red Dragon. The Grand Grimoire was issued again in the later seventeenth century with its original title, Grand Grimoire. Interestingly, the original Italian edition also includes the first published example of the Black Hen, or Black Pullet and although extremely brief, it is the kernalwhich was later elaborated on in subsequent editions as LePoule Noire.
The Grand Grimoire explains a system for entering into a pact with three Infernal Spirits, Lucifer, Ashtaroth & Beelzebuth,through the authority of the Prime Minister of Hell, LucifugeRofocale. In this, the demonology of the Grand Grimoire is unique; while some of the chief spirits are identical to thosein Grimoirium Verum, and others to Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis vel Regis, the Grand Grimoire stands alone in the literature of demonology with its central figure, Lucifuge Rofocale. The name 'Rofocale' appears to be an anagram for 'Focalor'of the Lemegeton, according to Elizabeth Butler in her Ritual Magic (1949) who goes on to tell us that "by introducing the name of Lucifuge the author has done a service to demonology for which it should be grateful." In his monumental work Of Black Magic & Of Pacts (1898), Arthur E. Waite states that the Grand Grimoire "must be regarded as the veritable Magnum Opus" and he goes on to say that that Eliphas Levi later adopted the personage of Lucifuge in his works.VERSIONS:The Grand Grimoire(42 pages)Dark Lodge version
The Demons of Magick by Morton Smith
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Magic of Goetia
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A short treatise on using the Goetia Spirits in a very different manner
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Grimoirium Verum is a work of Black Magick. Included in this volume is a gallery of illustrations from the classic editions of this rare work. The magical sigils have been digitally restored and are presented along with the originals as given in the manuscript. This edition of Grimoirium Verum is unique in its completeness, verifiable authenticity and never-before published material. Lucifer,Beelzebub and Ashtaroth as well as their servitors & sigils are all fully represented in this rare tome of Demonology. The Ritual Tools and their making remains in classical detail. Preparatory instructions, the Offices of each Demon and the methods of evoking them to visible appearance are described. An appendix, The Book of the Black Serpent, has been added to this edition. Previously unpublished, it supplements the Demonology in Grimoirium Verum in addition to making a rare tract on Angelology available.Grimoirium Verum is, in fact, nothing less than a magician's handbook, containing in small compass the entire rites of preparation, identification of spirits, conjuration and the alleged achievement of the operator's every desire. This book, by traditional definition belongs to black magick, insofar as it tells the operator how to conjure what it admits are demons. In the present state of magical knowledge we would be equally at liberty and even more justified in saying that for all we know the Grimoirium Verum is more original than the Key of Solomon; or that it is one of original books of the Library of Hermes, or even the magical libraries of the Babylonians.
Michael W. Ford - The Book of the Witch Moon: A Grimoire of Luciferian Witchcraft, Vampyrism and Chaos Sorcery
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The forbidden works of Chaos, Vampiric and Luciferian Sorcery. Containing a grimoire outlining the dark feminine current of HECATE, the book outlines the practice of Satanic or Luciferian Witchcraft from a Cunning craft viewpoint. Witch Moon explores ritual and dream Lycanthropy, Chaos Sorcery and Luciferian Ritual practice. The foundation of Book of the Witch Moon is in the darksome practice of Vampirism and Predatory Spirituality. The Nine Angles and the Trapezoid workings, inspired by Anton LaVey and presented around the cult of Daeva-Yasna, the persian demon-sorcery of Yatuk Dinoih.
Black Witchcraft - The Foundation of Luciferian Path
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[ recommended ] Lon Milo DuQuette - Illustrated Goetia: Sexual Evocation
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"Goetia [refers to] all the operations of that Magick which deals with gross, malignant or unenlightened forces." Goetia is sometimes thought of as a wild card, something that can get out of control, something which expresses the operator's lower desires to control others and improve his own personal life. And, in fact, this potential loss of control, this danger, the desire for self improvement and great power is exactly what attracts many people to Goetia while horrifying and repelling others. Crowley's Goetia is brought to life with vivid illustrations of the demons. Commentary by DuQuette and Hyatt bring the ancient arts into the modern day.
Grimoirium Imperium or The Book of the Old Spirits
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The book of the Law and Practices of the Sleeping Dead Learned by Dr.John Dee from the works of Abd Al-Hazred.
Demonographia: The Fountainhead of Diabolic Portraiture
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This is a complete collection of the Louis Breton diabolic portraiture from "Dictionnaire Infernal". This collection has never before been published in its entirety and we feel seeing these images in the proper contextwill help the student of demonology 'flesh out' their ideas of what the descriptions given in works like "The Goetia" intended. Each illustration is reproduced line for line. They have not been reconstructed but are given exactly as in the original sourcework.
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The "Demonologie"of James VI was an important text in the history of Scottish andEnglish Witch trials. James developed something of an obsessionwith Witches and of hunting them following a plot by the BerwickWitches to shipwreck him when on his way home from Denmark.Following this attempt James wrote the Demonologie and gave hissupport and whole-hearted approval to the attempt to try andexecute Witches within Scotland. After he became King of Englandin 1603 James' book was then anglicised and reprinted in England.
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Pacts With the Devil: A Chronicle of Sex, Blasphemy and Liberation
by S. Jason Black, Christopher S. Hyatt
For the first time, a genuine manual of the dreaded "left-hand path." Braving the new Witchcraft Panic that has swept the world, S. Jason Black and Christopher S. Hyatt have written a book that places the Western magical tradition --- and the Western psyche --- in perspective.
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Angels, Demons & Gods of the New Millennium
Lon Milo DuQuette
One of the most widely respected members of the magic community, Lon Milo DuQuette is known for his ability to address the rather intimidating aspects of magick with a casual candor; he makes the subject accessible to the initiate while still holding the interest of the experienced reader. Angels, Demons & Gods of the New Millennium is a collection of loosely connected essays surveying the state of magick in the face of the new millennium. It showcases DuQuette's knack for combining wit with profundity, producing chapters such as "Qabalah-Zen of the West" and "Demons Are Our Friends," while addressing contemporary topics such as initiations and the procession of the equinoxes.
A History of Heaven
by Jeffrey Burton Russell
Well-known for his historical accounts of Satan and hell, Jeffrey Burton Russell here explores the brighter side of eternity: heaven. Dispensing with the cliché images of goodness that can make even heaven seem unbearable, the author stimulates our imagination with a history of how the joy of paradise has been conceived by writers, philosophers, and artists for whom heaven was an imminent reality. Russell not only explores concepts found among the ancient Jews, Greeks, and Romans as well as early and medieval Christians, but also addresses the intellectual problems heaven poses: how does time "pass" in eternity? is heaven a place or a state? who is in and who is not? what happens to the body and soul between death and Judgment Day? Russell stresses that the best way to approach the logic-defying concept of a place occupying neither space nor time is through poetry and paradox, and through the visions of such mystics as Bernard, Julian of Norwich, and Eckhart.
After the Revelation of Saint John the Divine, the most sublime and encompassing portrait of heaven to date has come not from a theologian but from a poet--Dante Alighieri in his Divine Comedy. Russell's history of heaven culminates in a lively analysis of how Dante described the glories of the indescribable. The unsurpassed images of light, movement, and community that Dante uses so skillfully to convey the presence of God are rooted in the Jewish picture of heaven as a garden or court and in the Greek picture of the Elysian Fields.
Using current scholarly insights together with a vast store of knowledge gathered from the past, Russell takes the idea of heaven as valid and important in itself--something to be understood from the point of view of those believing in it. His very use of language immerses us in the thoughts of those who have sought heaven and provides rich material for contemplation.