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Father Satan

—This page on my blog has several graphics to load.... patience, dear reader— Father, I love you. Is it enough for me to love you forever? Forever have you loved me, your creation. Forever will you make me greater, yours. Yours forever. Father Satan, I find you always so close. Closer than close, deep within... Continue Reading →

Satan is my father

—Cover photo: Nergal (Behemoth)— "Do not leave me, father." I was laying on my side on my bed in the dark a few days ago, curling in upon myself—a delicious feeling of drifting—where I sometimes end up when working with Satan. I had an insight. Laying on the bed isn't just getting me out of... Continue Reading →

Ritual to install Satan in the temple of my heart

Invocation of Satan Ritual to install Lord Satan in the temple of my heart Agios Satanas, Salve Sathanas Numinous is Satanas, Blessed is Sathanas Tasa Reme Laris Satan Sathanas, Sathan, Sathanel Ave Satanas, Ave Ave Hail Satan, Bearer of Chaos, the Great Adversary Hail unto Satanas, Lord over All, the Great Accuser Patron of Alchemy... Continue Reading →

Consecrating my heart to Satan

—Banner image from video by Behemoth-X, thank you Mr. Nunn— I was watching a video with a ritual and mantra to Satan. I started to type an email to Mr. Nunn, asking if he would share with me the words of the mantra. I only made it a little way into the email. Suddenly I... Continue Reading →

Ritual to summon Bartzabel

RITUAL TO SUMMON BARTZABEL Invoking the spirit of the planet Mars Ritual I adapted from the song 'Bartzabel' by Behemoth Original version of ritual to Bartzabel was recorded by Aleister Crowley in 1910 “Bartzabel Working” - An Evocation of the Spirit of Mars" This, my own ritual, is adapted and created by Astarte Astaroth, myself... Continue Reading →

Astarte as the Divine Feminine

Astarte is the goddess, the embodiment of the divine feminine. One of her titles was the Queen of Heaven. The Mesopotamian Goddess Astarte was closely associated with the goddesses Innana and Ishtar. The Mesopotamian region is known as the “Cradle of Civilization,” having begun the domestication of animals and the development of agriculture, and creating... Continue Reading →

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