The Sorcerer’s Screed is the world‘s most comprehensive collection of Nordic spells. Each spell comes with a diagram and specific instructions for their use and purpose.
ICELANDIC MAGIC FOR MODERN LIVING
In this book you will find a selection of modern magical symbols, along with the spells and rituals that give them their power. Readers are advised to approach the claims of this sorcery with extreme caution as the spells themselves are sometimes dangerous to perform and their effects are not guaranteed. Icelandic Magic for Modern Living is a hilarious parody that includes magic spells that are made for modern purposes and contain everything you need to survive the 21st century. Author: Boff Konkerz
Our Name Is Melancholy: The Complete Books
A haunting "autobiography" of the Angel of Death, this revelationary testament is both mighty in sorrow, and joy. Azrael is an eerie herald who has come to enchant the world with a divine dense macabre.
The Dragon-Book of Essex
This substantial work expounds the sorcerous ethos and praxes of the Crooked Path ritual system. Its contents include a cycle of ten extensive Mystery-rites, each accompanied by adjunctive solitary rituals and detailed commentaries. Additional texts relate the intricacies of Sabbatic ritualization, as well as an extensive body of stellar lore and ritual.
Andrew D. Chumbley
The Psalter of Cain
Historically, the figure of Biblical Cain is known from the context of Italian witchcraft and Romany magic, as well as esoteric orders of Freemasonry and the Society of the Horseman’s Word. However, it is from the British witchcraft-lineages of the Cultus Sabbati that Cain has come to modern occult prominence as the especial patron of the Witch’s Art, the embodiment of Exile and Opposition explicit within the Elder Craft
The Psalter of Cain is the first public work of joint authorship of the magical order Cultus Sabbati, its pages drawn from the collective work of its present initiatic body. As a work of devotional rite, charm, and incantation, the book manifests the transcendant Sabbatic vision of Cainite Gnosis: the radiance which illumines the Nocturnal Eden, the light of vision-anointed eyes. The book features new contributions from the following authors:
Andrew D. Chumbley, Robert Fitzgerald, Daniel A. Schulke
THE WITCHBLOOD GRAIL
The Blood of The Goddess pours from the Witch Grail, as gnosis is revealed in sacrifice, en-fleshing the Dragon's bones. The Gates of the Devil’s Throne open within Belial’s Earth for devoted souls of the Trident to feast upon Hecate's Kalas, ignited in Lucifer’s Flame, as the Great Daughter conjoins with the Body of the Beast to align inner and material planes. This is the dawn of the Apocalyptic Aeon of the Light-bearer – the Age of Revelation.
Mark Alan Smith
The Altar of Sacrifice.
The Altar of Sacrifice is the first of "The Books of the Way of Sacrifice." The first volume in this closely woven trilogy consists of three inner books, each revealing legendary power of the Olde Ways, attained through the Arte of Bloody Sacrifice. The Path of the Devotee is illuminated from the initial Gift and Pact that opens The Way of Sacrifice, to the formation of the Mother Temple of Four Pillars of Fire through Vortices of Death and Gnosis of the Apocalyptic Keys.
Mark Alan Smith
Exu and the Quimbanda of Night and Fire
Exu and the Quimbanda of Night and Fire is the companion to Pomba Gira. Together they give the most complete account of this sorcerous cult. Exu is the fusion of Umbanda, Angolan sorcery, European demonology and Kardec’s Spiritsm, erupting in a uniquely Brazilian cult of practical magical action. Spells, workings, hierarchies and origins are all given in detail.
This is an essential text for students of the grimoires, Satanism and Traditional Witchcraft, as well as those drawn to or working within the cults of Quimbanda, Candomblé, Santería, Palo Mayombe and the African diaspora religions.
nicholaj de mattos frisvold
The Red Goddess
The Red Goddess takes you through a tale of sex, drugs and violence. This is an ecstatic journey through the unheard history of Babalon. This is an explicit and challenging vision of a very modern goddess coming into power. From Revelation, back through the Ishtar Gate and forward into a living modern magickal current. This is more than a history, it is a passionate account of living magick and the transcendent power of Love.
THE AFFLICTED MIRROR
A Study of Ordeals and the Making of Compacts A shared feature of genuine magical practice and religious experience is the impression of ‘Otherness’, an entic arena of alienation and unfamiliarity. Contrasted with the more comfortable and known spheres of the Self, this ‘state apart’ provides not only inspiration and wonder, it is the dwelling-place of the gods and the prime source of gnosis, direct experience with the divine.
THE GREEN MYSTERIES | A R C A N A ✠ V I R I D I A
From the author of Veneficium comes The Green Mysteries, the monumental product of twenty-five years of experiential research on the spiritual and occult properties of plants. Being a compendium of trees and herbs from countless spiritual traditions, this exhaustive Herbal of esoteric botany examines in detail the folklore, magical uses and spiritual essences of the vegetal kingdom. While presenting the material through both magical and mythopoetic narrative, the stance of the book is also grounded firmly in supportive disciplines such as botany, chemistry, and anthropology, and also includes up-to-date phylogenetic and pharmacological findings. The text focuses especially upon the Doctrine of Plant Essence, and how those powers are utilized in the active practice of magic and sorcery.
The Black Toad
The Black Toad explores potent examples of the folk-ceremonial magical practices and witchcraft of the south-west of England; dealing especially with Devon and the author’s homeland of Cornwall. Within the West Country, the popular belief in witchcraft and its attendant charms, magical practices and traditions continued to be observed and survived long after such ways had faded in most other parts of the British Isles.
Silent as the Trees
Silent as the trees is a book exploring the old witchcraft, magical traditions and folklore nurtured amidst the village communities, hills, moors and ancient woods of Devonshire in South West England. Old stories in Devon tell of the often troublesome encounters between ordinary folk and the world of witchery. These encounters give valuable insights not only into the strange and fantastical beliefs surrounding witches, but also the traditional methods of beneficial magic and ‘counter cursing’ via the experiences of those who sought the aid of the ‘white witches’ and conjurors to lift the maleficia of the ‘black witch’.
ENTERING THE DESERT
The landscape of the Soul is a feral hunting ground of shadows and light, each morphing into translucent bodies of nourishment or destruction, depending upon the topographic Vision of the desert dweller. Entering the Desert explores the Terra Incognito of the Soul and reveals a primordial vision of a Pagan Sacramental Gnosticism of alchemical nature which if understood can open up the doorways to the Inner Sanctuary of Sacramental Vision.
“The Gods, Dead and all other entities do as they will, reveal as they will for it is not their concern how Fire wrapped in flesh chooses to contact them, only that contact is established and Will is both strong an true. She may come to you after meditation, or Her voice will be heard upon the wind as you walk forlorn through woodland groves and forest-thickets. There is no limitation to where or what we receive in terms of wisdom. It may be a dream, of an incense, an impression of an arbour to take a wand from, a prayer to speak as devotion or even something as simple as an hour of the day in which you concentrate a thought on Her. Her wisdom is undeniable, Her call inescapable, for She is the revealer of the Arckanum of the Lunar-Night of both Zenith and Nadir.” [~Ash Nostro Morg, The Four Graces of Hekate]
The Faceless God
The book you are about to read is a genuine expression of this chthonic current [of the Left Hand]. With the fictitious esoteric mythos created by H.P. Lovecraft as a launching point, Dr. Vincente brilliantly traces the essence of a primordial Gnosis through the Egyptian Death mysteries and the European witch cult unearthing the most occulted dimensions of both. With the mind of a scholar and the initiatic intuition of an occult master the author fleshes out the true significance of both esoteric environments for the serious practitioner of the Left Hand Path. […] [T]his book is sustenance for the rare individuals who can still hear the calling of the Faceless God. May the seals be broken and may the Dae-Men begin to stir on their crosses
Dr. Tomas Vincente
While digging through a dozen manuscripts from the court of Alfonso X of Castile and his school of occult and learned translators I happened upon this volume entitled Pactum: The Masterpiece of Ancient Sorcery. The volume intrigued me, as it fit perfectly in with the genre called “Books of Secrets”, that is manuals of working practitioners with practical instructions for magically achieving specific ends. Because the volume deals heavily with natural, sympathetic and low magick, I enlisted the aid of Cat Work, a friend and contemporary who is the days foremost authority in this field, and together we have taken a never before published Manuscript and breathed into it new life; first offering a translation thereof, then a breakdown of how the rites therein can be readily executed, and finally including a comprehensive education in the sort of Magick this text espouses. What results is both a valuable publication of a historical work on Magic and a complete course teaching the reader from A to Z how to practice the arte thereof in the modern era.
Crystal Gazing is a facsimile of an original manuscript by Northcote W. Thomas, a prominent anthropologist, who did a very serious study on crystal gazing and scrying techniques in use all over the world. Thomas is able to present the information in an easy to read manner that takes all of the guesswork out of the processes in use throughout the book. The Nephilim Press edition contains a full transcription of the original text and includes all of the images that are often omitted from later editions. “The Speculum and how to use it, Incantations and Calls, Egyptian Scrying, Experiments, Evidential Cases, and a Comprehensive Bibliography,” are just some of the chapters in this work that make it such a valuable reference. Crystal Gazing is the perfect companion to Gateways Through Stone and Circle as It contains a wealth of information on the process of Scrying and the use of a “SCRYER” as well as the Speculum and ritual hardware. This is a fantastic reference for anyone who is experimenting with Frater Ashen Chassans techniques and its study will greatly aid the practitioner in making serious progress with his experiments.
Northcote W. Thomas
GATEWAYS THROUGH LIGHT & SHADOW
Gateways Through Light and Shadow is the second book by Bryan Garner, known to his fellow ceremonial magicians as Frater Ashen Chassan, and in it we are again offered the illuminating opportunity to observe and learn from a practicing magus engaged in his Work. Once more he offers instruction in the processes of grimoric ceremonial magic and shares the insights he has gained from his ongoing research and operations. However, what may be most extraordinary about Gateways is that it allows us access to the detailed magical journal records of the communications received by Ashen Chassan and his gifted scryer, Benn mac Stiofán, during the evocations of such profound Spiritual beings as the seven Planetary Archangels, the seven Olympic Planetary Spirits, the four Spirit Kings of the Cardinal Directions, and the Supercelestial Angels Sandalphon and Metatron.
Readers familiar with the King James Bible will find this book on Demonology and Witchcraft of significant interest. The Daemonologie of King James came about due to the involvement of James VI of Scotland in the North Berwick witch trials. While traveling by ship the King’s journey was beset with an unexpected storm at sea which nearly sank the vessel and greatly delayed the voyage. The Danish admiral of the accompanying fleet blamed it on the wife of a Copenhagen official claiming it was revenge for an ill remark he had made to her. This led to the first major persecution of witches in Scotland. Many were investigated and confessions extracted by torture and provided damning details of Sorcery, Devilry and fantastic reports of the Witches Sabbath. The results of those confessions serve as a foundation of James’ text Daemonologie and he here explicates them in the form of three dialogues. Late 16th century attitudes about witchcraft, necromancy, sorcery and kindred arts are represented here. This work also serves as a monument of the terrible inhumanity society can be capable of.
OCCLITH Labyrinthus Archidoxæ
Being Vol. 1: CODEX HOMUNCULI Ancient Magical, alchemical and hermetic texts on the creation, uses, attributes and implications of artificial human beings, & related Matters.
The God of Socrates
The Classical author of The Golden Asse, Lucius Apuleius, here delivers a tract of serious philosophy. This work puts forth the view of the nature of the Daemon prior to the Judaeo-Christian corruption of that character to Demon. Herein is analysis of genius, Socrates representing the model.
“You may call this daemon in our tongue, according to interpretation, a Genius, I know not whether rightly, but certainly at my peril; because this God (or daemon), who in the mind of everyone, though it is immortal, nevertheless, it is after a certain manner generated with man; so that those prayers by which implore the Genius, and which we employ when we embrace the knees genua of those whom we supplicate, appear to me to testify our connexion and union …”
by Lucius Apuleius
The Graveyard Wanderers
The author translated 37 manuscripts books known as “Svartkonstbuchs” [ie black art book} which Scandanavfian practitioner’s of folk magic were expected to possess. This work collects together all those charms and rituals dealing with spirits of the dead and human bones, with the addition of some other relevant material. What emerges is a remarkably coherent and straightforward system.
Dr. Tom Johnson
UNNATURAL BLACK MAGIC
A Compendium of Unnatural Black Magic is a striking tome. It contains seven different, previously-untranslated, texts pertaining all to the same school of magic, which grew apart from its contemporary Faustian Tradition