A dark connection made

Hail, and well met, __________. Thank you for your intriguing DM. I would love to get to know you more. Since finding the occult a year ago, I have (so far) been a solitary practitioner with online connections to occult learning about the skills of invocation/evocation, astral travel, etc. I have always been an adept... Continue Reading →

Israel Regardie’s “Egyptian” version of the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram (LBRP)

Israel Regardie's "Egyptian" version of the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram posted by Musings of Gnwmythr Section One: Beginning a Ritual 1.1 Egyptian Cross 1.2 Sigils to the Quarters 1.3 Invocation of Deities 1.1 Egyptian Cross Stand facing the East, and imagine a beam of brilliant light – so brilliant you cannot discern its... Continue Reading →

Grimoire: Rituals of Blasphemy

The Heresy of Havayothby V.K. Jehannum "Rituals of blasphemy are utilized to rid the mind of Judeo-Christian brainwashing." "In Satanism and similar paradigms of infernal spirituality, rituals of blasphemy are utilized to rid the mind of Judeo-Christian brainwashing. This rite serves that purpose, and its power is not just psychological. Chants to HVHI (Havayoth/Chavajoth/Chavayoth), the... Continue Reading →

Dark Academia, the “Western Canon,” and the Decline of the Humanities

by Spencer McDaniel In around mid-July, I found out that there is apparently a huge internet “aesthetic” movement called “dark academia” that centers around a highly romanticized impression of what humanities scholars and students—especially those in the fields of classics, English, history, and philosophy—dressed and lived like in the twentieth century. Aspects of the aesthetic... Continue Reading →

Dark Academia

A scene from "Dead Poets Society" From the Aesthetics Wiki: "Dark Academia" Dark academia is a popular academic aesthetic that revolves around classic literature, the pursuit of self-discovery and a general passion for knowledge and learning. It is one of several variations of academia aesthetic, each with a unique subject focus. Dark academia's visuals stem primarily from... Continue Reading →

Hindu Tantra and Kabbalistic Judaism

—A selection of excerpts from 'Hindu Tantra and Kabbalistic Judaism' by Alan Brill October 21, 2014— “Tantra is that Asian body of beliefs and practices which, working from the principle that the universe we experience is nothing other than the concrete manifestation of the divine energy of the godhead that creates and maintains that universe,... Continue Reading →

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