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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.
Mark Allan Smith - Queen Of Hell
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Hecate is the first of the Gods. The Dark Goddess in the void, She who created Lucifer, is the source of all magick. This work embodies the primal current of the Witchcraft of Hecate.
The first part of this book opens the Dark Path of the Witchflame Goddess in soul transition and elevation through initiation and the chrystalline transmutation of the subtle bodies in sexual magickal praxis. The Gods of the Witchcraft Trident are met in inner plane congress and physical plane evocation, both outside and directly within the circle. Other beings such as Lucifuge Rofocal, the Fates and the mighty Cerberus are encountered in evocation as knowledge is gained through rituals of possession and the rites of necromancy. The Hieros Gamos of Hecate and Lucifer; the great rite of high worship and loving sexual congress; is presented in full ritual possession for those who would conjoin with the Gods of the ancient craft and partake of the legendary sabbat.
The second part of the book deals with the transmutational journey of the soul through the Nightside realm of Hecate. The gnosis of merging the opposing polarities of Empyrean and Infernal, to create and ensorcell power, is given. The shadow paths of the Qlippoth are explored through many different portals in soul transition as gateways to Hell are opened and ancient familiar beings are conjured to assist in the work.
The Lore of Malefica, beginning with self protection, leads into victim possession and the practice of vampyric congress. The awesome draconian power of the Witch Gods is fully manifested through the evocation of the Earth Dragon, and the darker side of the craft is seen written upon the Pages of Damnation in the Book of Rofocal.
The third and final part of this work contains the Book of the Inner Sanctum. This is the path to the higher powers of the Witchcraft of Hecate. These last five chapters cover the summoning and raising of a Legion of Night, the making of pacts, with both the Dark Goddess and Lucifer, in this arte, and the extensively detailed Toad rite of Hecate. The dark spiritual crossing of the Abyss may be initiated with several of the rites within the Inner Sanctum and is covered here in depth. The secrets of the three phases of spiritual Alkemy are revealed, in practice, and the pathway beyond Thaumiel's Moon is illuminated. This journey, which begins with the tremendous power released during the Rite of the Phoenix, takes the soul through the outer gates of the void culminating at the throne of the Dark Queen.
This book has only been made possible through the intense work carried out by the author in bringing back the lost gnosis connected with the Goddess Hecate. The Queen of Hell has guided and led the author, as Her student, so that he has been able to provide a return to the whole concepts of Hecate and Her craft, as opposed to the fragmented work presented in earlier books. The links and connections to other spirits and Witch Gods in this work have been set in place by the path of learning upon which the Dark Goddess had guided the author. This book is about contact.
The author is a full time occultist and devotee of Hecate who has practiced witchcraft for nearly three decades.
Making a Pact With Satan
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Goetia: Luciferian Edition
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Darkness is always found within first. Your entire life has been found in either an embrace of shadow or a carefully forgotten endless banishing of it. The Luciferian Path instructs the student to awaken darkness, to manifest demons from the abyss of the Subconscious and master them - the end result being self-mastery and the transformation into a Luciferic Spirit.The Luciferian Goetia is a grimoire which presents the 72Spirits of Solomon as daemonic forces within the minditself, giving possibility to their anthropomorphic existence outside of humanity itself. The interpretation and experience is as unique as the Shemhamforasch itself. Herein is LEGION, the Book of Howling. Contains a different approach to the 72 Demons, Invocations and Evocations written by a Luciferian and a working methodology on summoning and controlling powerful forces.
A Mandaean Book of Black Magic by E.S. Drower
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Unusual work by thisacknowledged authority on the Mand?ans, a secret society of theMiddle East
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Occultism and New Age Humanism
Pseudomonarchia Daemonum by Johann Weyer
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Demon descriptions from Reginald Scot's translation Johann Wier's Pseudomonarchia daemonum.
Mark Allan Smith - The Scorpion God: Forbidden Wisdom of Belial
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The third volume of the Trident consists of the Six Books of the Forbidden Wisdom of Belial, which open the gates of the Depths to the soul who follows the Path of Flames in search of the Three Great Crowns of Divinity. As Lord of the Heights and the Depths, Belial grants keys to the hidden power of the Atlantean realm.
The Gates of Amenta are opened both within the soul and throughout the inner planes, allowing the adept to follow the Path of Lucifer's Flames as it descends into the realm of the Gods of the first incarnate race. Assimilation, at soul level, of the power of the Scorpion Godform of Belial is granted in order to facilitate this transition. Gnosis of the Venom of the Death Touch is learned through this transmutation. This is the culmination of the Path of Flames which leads the Godsoul, forged from the spirit of man, beyond the Gate of Souls and back to the throne of Hecate.
Compendium Daemonii (Latin)
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For the Puristsin the Crowd
Michael W. Ford - Liber HVHI: Magick of the Adversary
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The awaited grimoire of the Luciferian Path is now published containing the infernal rites of the Qlippoth, an extensive ideological and magical system presenting a grounded and understandable form of working with the Qlippothic Tree of Da'ath and tunnels. The second part of the grimoire is based on the ritualistic inversions of the Avestantexts and the forbidden path of Predatory Spiritualism. LIBER HVHI contains the 22 spheres of the Infernal Qlippoth, the methods of filling and draining those "shells" and the Luciferian Rites ofthe Supper of Cain, symbolic of the first Satanist from the ancient Hebrew texts relating to the devouring process from a symbolic and ritualistic approach. The second half of Liber HVHIis the workings based on the demonology of the Avestan texts and ancient persian sorcery and predatory spirituality.
Luciferian Sorcery and Sethanic Magic by Michael Ford
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Sorcery has gone through an awakening in the past 30 years which allows for new experimentations and developments. The significance in the last 30 years is the beginnings and critical stage of what became Wicca and Witchcraft. The systems originally intend produced an exciting aspect to Magick and Sorcery can be, explorative and in many ways continually innovative. The work of The Order of Phosphorus as within the The Witches Sabbat Current deals with the direct linage of spiritual communion by each individual who seeks. Thus, the only hereditary aspects are only conceptual in their need. One must not be a hereditary or linage based Witch to proceed with the Great Work. This is significant only as an added bonus. The individual must however, have the inner drive and calling to the blood, the vein of the Witch Moon which feeds our dreams of Witches Sabbat communion.
Livri Luciferius - The Book Of Lucifer
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Within this tome is Libri Luciferius, The Book Of Lucifer. It is said to have been originally written in human blood, upon the parchment of human skin. The oldest known form of this book, is the ancient vulgar of Pagan Rome from about the 4th Century. You will find the 4th Century Latin preceding the English translations in this remarkable work throughout all of its chapters. Beware of The Curse of Lucifer that precedes the chapters of this manuscript.
Mark Alan Smith - The Red King
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The Red King is the second volume of the Trident of Witchcraft. This substantial book reveals the true Gnosis of Lucifer; as the God who ante-dates the entire Christian mythos; which has been suppressed and hidden from man by organisations such as the Catholic Church for thousands of years. In the Age of Re-Awakening Lucifer steps forward as the Lightbearer who illuminates the way of true Wisdom and Understanding. He is the God who holds the keys to these realms and to those beyond. Lucifer reveals the destiny of both the soul and the incarnate form of man. The magickal work of Lucifer is the catalyst through which the power and gnosis of the Witch Gods may be attained by those who are able to balance the blackest Atlantean magick with the brightest stellar aspects of the Perfect Red King.
The transmutational Path of Flame is woven throughout the entire book. This is the journey of the soul who quests for the Three Great Crowns of Divinity. The Sixth Book of Lucifer, the Temple of the Gods, culminates in the preparation of the soul for its total immersion into the Atlantean Universe. For those who have attained the First Great Crown at the Throne of Hecate, Lucifer ignites His Path of Flame in the depths which leads the questing soul towards divinity.
Teitan Press - Authentic Red Dragon
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The "Dragon Rouge" is one of the most notorious of the little books of black magic known as grimoires.
This Teitan Press publication includes a complete facsimile of the earliest known edition - a French printing that is dated 1521 (although it was probably circa 1800) - along with a complete English translation by Joshua A. Wentworth.
It is prefaced with a thoughtful and sometimes humorous Introduction by Silens Manus.
The text itself is typical of grimoires of the time, and is clearly related to the "Grand Grimoire."
Its anonymous author claims that the work is derived from the wisdom of the legendary King Solomon, and then sets down instructions for the creation of a number of magical implements: blasting rod (wand), talisman and magic circle, that are to be used to summon the demon "Lucifug
Kabbala for Satanists
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History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil
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This intriguing,informative volume carries on where the Time andNewsweek stories left off: serving up a tantalizingtrove of facts and lore on the philosophy and practice ofevil down through the ages and around the world. Featuringbewitching black and white illustrations throughout.
Liber Falxifer Vol I: The Book of the Left-Handed Reaper
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Liber Falxifer is the long awaited book that reveals the secret teachings of the Necrosophic Cult within the Current 218. This book of the Scythe-Bearer provides a solid theoretical, historical and mythical foundation for the Cult of the Left-Handed Reaper, and offers clear instruction for ritual practice connected to both the folk-magical tradition, as well as the more sinister, hidden line of traditional witchcraft connected to the Cult of the Skeletal Lord of the Bloody Scythe. The basis for the various forms of magic presented in Liber Falxifer is a dark form of telestic fetishism steeped in the forbidden and concealed traditions of both necromantia and necromageia, as practiced within the many clandestine magical paths connected to the Lord of All Graves.
The grimoire is broken out into two parts, the first of which is a discussion of the relevant aspects of the exoteric Latin American Cult of the Lord of Death. Topics offer insight into the origins of the Cult and the different forms of the open and closed Cults of the Master, the various altar setups and their significance, the specific traditional offerings given to the Lord of Death, the empowered talismans and fetishes used within magical practice, the different methods of consecration, traditional spells and rituals for magical protection, revitalization and malediction, and a curse to bring death to one's foes.
The second part of Liber Falxifer focuses entirely on the more esoteric aspects of the Hidden Cult of Death, first noting that its essence is partially expressed through some of the same symbolism used within the folk-magical practice, but then taking matters much deeper into the darkness of the mysteries of the Sinistral Death, presenting not only an esoteric crossing between the two cults, but a complete system of practical Necrosophic Sorcery. Amongst the topics discussed are the pagan roots of the Master of Death, His true identity as it is understood within the Templum Falcis Cruentis, His many names of power and various aspects and manifestations, the Formula of Calling and Invocation to the Lord of the Scythe, the esoteric ritual for the ensouling of the altar statues of the Left-Handed Harvester, the workings with the altars used within the esoteric line of practice, the many different talismanic symbols, sorcerous insignia and the Key Sigils of Death, the buying of soil from the dead, the mysteries of Death's fell garden, the creation of fetish-skulls and the many different ways that they can be employed within the Necrosophic practice, the magic of tobacco and the secret tincture of its great daemonic shade, the Rosaries of Death and their construction, the Altar of the Dead and the veneration of the shades of the True and Secret Ancestry, the Sigil of Resurrection and instructions for the creation of a Spirit Box used to house the shadow of the dead, the Sceptre of the Shadow of Death and its creation and consecration, and much more.
Toward a Rectification of Demonology
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Black Book of Satan by Conrad Robury
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Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft
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Sir Walter Scott
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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
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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.