A convocation of a series of massive volumes, bound in arcane gnosis in order to evoke the primal path that leads to the sacred knowledge pouring forth from the secret vessels of Sabbatic mysteries. This anthology offers a unique amalgamation of contributors, each offering their unique knowledge to form a massive volume with more than pages including essays, rituals, arcane poetry and more than 40 suggestive and illustrative pieces that leads the reader down a pathway of instruction in powerful fetish rituals, death devotional chants, and invocations dedicated to death deities, necromancy and other in depth explorations. Second hand no. This is a ritual unveiling of these mysteries. It is a vision and a revelation of the mytho-poetic structure of the Art.
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A convocation of a series of massive volumes, bound in arcane gnosis in order to evoke the primal path that leads to the sacred knowledge pouring forth from the secret vessels of Sabbatic mysteries. This anthology offers a unique amalgamation of contributors, each offering their unique knowledge to form a massive volume with more than pages including essays, rituals, arcane poetry and more than 40 suggestive and illustrative pieces that leads the reader down a pathway of instruction in powerful fetish rituals, death devotional chants, and invocations dedicated to death deities, necromancy and other in depth explorations.
Second hand no. This is a ritual unveiling of these mysteries. It is a vision and a revelation of the mytho-poetic structure of the Art. Apocalyptic Witchcraft is a bold project which does not seek to impose an orthodoxy on what is the heresy of heresies. Instead, it suggests a way forward. Apocalyptic Witchcraft gives a compelling and profound account of the Sabbat and Wild Hunt as living experiences.
These are the core of our ritual practice. Dream, lunar and, critically, menstrual magic are explored as a path to this knowledge. The wolf, the Devil, and the Goddess of witchcraft are then encountered in a landscape that ultimately reveals the witch to her or himself.
These are not separate threads, but arise from a deep mythic structure and are woven together into a single unifying vision. Alternating between polemic, poetic and ecstatic prose, an harmonious course is revealed in a sequence of elegant stratagems.
The book is threaded together with a cycle of hymns to Inanna, pearls on the tapestry of night. Seemingly disparate aspects are joined into a vision which is neither afraid of blessing nor curse. This is a daring undertaking, born from both urgency and need. It offers a renewed sense of purpose and meaning for a witchcraft that has seen many of its treasured ideas about itself destroyed.
An apocalyptic age demands an Apocalyptic Witchcraft, and this is a book which is offered up to revolutionise the body of the craft, a way out of the dark impasse. Tradition is not static, it flows, and this work pours forth a vision for the future. Founded in pilgrimage and ritual, encountered in dreams and gleaned from the conversations of both doves and crows, a remarkable narrative unfolds. Its wings span from pre-history, through the witch-panic and it emerges fully fledged into our present moment of crisis.
It offers a witchcraft for our time. Apocalyptic Witchcraft is a controversial, luminous text. A shuddering paroxysm of eternal renewal beneath the serpent moon. It is neither a how-to book, nor a history, rather it is a magical vision of the Art in its entirety. Black linen boards stamped with white doves.
In the course of his exposition, the concepts of the Initiatic Dream are traced to furthest antiquity, epitomized by the participatory nature of the Mystic within the Oneiric Realm. The axiomata of Dream Reification and Rarefaction are introduced as defining processes of this twilight pilgrimage, both of a gnostic and illuminative character.
At the time of his matriculation, Chumbley had already established a solid reputation as an occult author and practitioner of widely varying spiritual disciplines.
Though forming the core of his coursework, Mysticism - together with the bulk of his SOAS essays - were written in a transcendent dialogist style altogether in concord with the body of his occult work.
Drawing upon sources as diverse as the dream-vision of Christian saints, Sufic oneiric texts, and Bonpo termas, Chumbley here presents an arcane cartography of the dream as the eternal vessel for the perichoresis of matter and spirit.
Second Hand. Partie 2 : description de la symbolique des outils magickes traditionnels. When it comes to the quality of the printed work this final issue is much improved compared to the previous "Lilith" issue, containing several unique full-colour and full-page art-works, given extra attention to wrap up the five issue run of this magazine with this final issue of our Clavicula Nox, offering in total a 60 pages collection of articles, art and rituals pertaining to the darker forms of witchcraft and sorcery.
This final issue of Clavicula Nox features knowledgeable and concise articles, addressing both practical approaches and ideological foundations of diverse forms of traditional witchcraft and diabolism in a sincere, respectful and informative manner.
Relevant aspects of the ways of the Workers of the Night are presented in this gathering of texts for those who seek it. Professionally printed, illustrated magazine, thick brown covers, perfect binding, 60 pages. Second hand - Perfect condition. This blood-red issue in Honour to Lilith is made for those whom dare to walk the path of Adversary and release ever hidden and repressed instinct and desire in order to illuminate our consciousness by awakening the Whore of Hell.
Professionally printed, illustrated magazine, thick blood-red covers, perfect binding, 52 pages. Printing of copies. Second Hand - Perfect condition. In addition, D. The philosophy and ethos of Order of Nine Angles lies strong within the interviews but is also presenced via articles, ensuring that the calling of the depths will be heard. The Catechism of Lucifer was written as a counter-gospel for the Evangelical Lutheran catechism, but in addition to this, it represents a Gnostic form of Satanism on its own.
In this book is outlined the path out of worldliness, out of theology mortally wounded by its false theodicy, even out of humanity taken as something small-minded, powerless and petty. The Catechism of Lucifer is founded upon the idea that by hating the perverted picture made of God by the Christian doctrine, we may truly attain higher possibilities for our Spiritual development and Empowerment.
On this demanding but beautiful and meaningful path we are led by our innermost potential of ingeniosity, the divine Master Lucifer.
The teachings within this books are not suitable for masses of animal men whose fears and aspirations bind them tightly to the mortal world of forms. They suit only the brave, the proud, the ones permeated by the breath of Master Satan, the ones for whom suffering and damnation as a price of their own ideals is not a sacrifice but rather a reward in this distorted world.
Regular Edition: Hardbound book, in black antique pattern faux leather, pages pressed on special linen embossed paper. Gold inverted cross on the cover, each catechism is finished with a black silk ribbon and cream colour head- and tailbands.
Small size book, 82 pages of religious texts - New. The Tradition outlined in this Grimoire is in some of its aspects pertaining to the symbolism employed based on certain for us fundamental concepts derived from the Heresy of Sabbatai Zevi, as transmitted by the prophet Nathan of Gaza, such as the dichotomy between the Cosmic Light of Creation and the Anti-Cosmic Light of the Qliphothic Impulse.
The Qliphothic Path outlined in this Grimoire is not to be connected to any other system that has been made public so far and is in its approach and essence a totally unique form of Initiatic Ceremonial Magic, stretching from this to the Other Side, establishing the pathways and gates through which the adept may strive to become as one with the Eleven-Headed Ruler of the Tree of Wisdom, Unfated Death and Liberation from all cosmic limitation.
One of these crucial aspects concerns the identity of and the gnosis granted by the Hidden Mother of Our Bloodline, the Bride of Qayin. The Second Book of Falxifer shall continue where the First Book left off, as the purpose of all the publications of the T. The Second Book will once again present an extensive set of both worded and wordless manifestations of Sorcerous Gnosis and provide access to previously hidden keys to both low and high forms of Necrosophic Nigromancy, Necromancy, Ancestral Veneration, Herbal Sorcery and Daemonology and give new detailed instruction about how the powers of the insignias, talismans and fetishes of the Lord of the Harvest can be further employed in order to achieve both temporal and spiritual power, victory and transcendence, all by walking in the fiery and blessed footsteps of the First Ones who traversed the Paths of Nod.
Those who have faithfully and correctly worked with and internalized the teachings offered in the First Book of the Left-Handed Reaper will, in this Second Book of our Holy Saint of Death and His Bride, receive the instruction needed to further experience the initiatic empowerments, blessings and curses of our Necrosophic Tradition. Fullcover dustjacket. First Edition of copies, each book consecrated and handnumbered.
Recent Posts For Sale: This amount is subject to change until you make payment. Back to home page Return to top. We modern witches often hear whispers of flying ointments and mumbles of madness-inducing herbs like aconite and belladonna, but so few of us trace the lore to the pre-Christian ritual uses of these plants and their traditional preparations — let alone actually put them to use in our magic. Author Sarah Illustrator and weaver of words.
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