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Drauga - Ahrimanian Yatuk Dinoih By Michael W. Ford
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A grimoire honoring Ahriman as the “Prince of the World” and the Daevas as ‘Deific Masks’ of primal power, DRAUGA has been a work which has been developed and adapted from... More > ancient texts and practical modern interpretation. DRAUGA is beautifully illustrated by Kitti Solymosi and Mitchell Nolte, the sigils and illustrations present a gateway to a rich ancient tradition of Persian demonology and modern Left Hand Path (Luciferian) magical practice invoking the primal force of darkness. The rites of the Yatuk Dinoih include adaptations from ancient Zoroastrian inversions. Drauga is centered on gaining insight, power and control over the powers of darkness, old gods and demons known as the Daevas. Yatuk Dinoih (Laws of Witchcraft) inspire the Yatus to attain pleasure, success and your potential of self-excellence.< Less
The Logosophism of the Baha'i Faith, Druze Religion and Mandaeism By Daniel Deleanu
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Written by Daniel Deleanu in the oldest forms of Persian, Arabic and Syriac hitherto known, these philosophical texts use the archaic elements of the languages mentioned herein in order to create a... More > deeper form of investigation, called logosophism, a heuristic system whose main epistemological and ontological goal is to descend to the primeval matrix of the unconscious Logos in order to bring to light answers to questions regarding the Baha’i Faith, the Druze Religion and Mandaeism, questions which philosophers of have asked for a long time. This book is the fourth volume of a projected series of books of philosophy in which religions are to be studied from the core of their ontological and epistemological expression, which is the linguistic con-text wherein they appeared, hence the importance laid by Daniel Deleanu on the writing of the investigation in the ur-languages in which the sacred books pertaining to those specific religions were originally composed.< Less
BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON Hecate Edition By Michael W. Ford
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HARDBACK HECATE EDITION of the BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON (Choronzon Edition). The Choronzon Edition of BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON presents the forbidden works of Chaos, Vampiric and Luciferian Sorcery. ... More > Containing a grimoire outlining the dark feminine current of HECATE, the book outlines the practice of Satanic or Luciferian Witchcraft from a Cunning craft viewpoint. Witch Moon explores ritual and dream Lycanthropy, Chaos Sorcery and Luciferian Ritual practice. The foundation of Book of the Witch Moon is in the darksome practice of Vampirism and Predatory Spirituality. The Nine Angles and the Trapezoid workings, inspired by Anton LaVey and presented around the cult of Daeva-Yasna, the persian demon-sorcery of Yatuk Dinoih.Illustrated Elda Isela Ford Nathaniel Harris (Author of WITCHA - Book of Cunning) and various other sources.< Less
BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON Choronzon Edition By Michael W. Ford
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Presenting the forbidden works of Chaos, Vampiric and Luciferian Sorcery. A grimoire which explores the dark feminine current of HECATE, Witch Moon explores ritual and dream Lycanthropy, Chaos... More > Sorcery and Luciferian Ritual practice as well as the darksome practice of Vampirism and Predatory Spirituality. The Nine Angles and the Trapezoid workings, inspired by Anton LaVey and presented around the cult of Daeva-Yasna, the persian demon-sorcery of Yatuk Dinoih. Contains the Rituals of Dream, ritual and astral vampirism as an initiatory tool, other Cabalistic workings presenting the Qlippoth. Contains the Grimoire based on Ancient Egyptian Vampirism, LIBER AAPEP, Luciferian Magick practice, The Chaos Cult Workings of Choronzon as Vampire, The Rites of Hecate, the Infernal and Luciferian Sabbat, and the foundations of Satanic practice in Magick.< Less
Religion, Language, Narrative and the Search for Meaning By Anthony Campbell
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This is a book about religion from a secular standpoint which nevertheless takes its subject seriously. Anthony Campbell is a medical doctor who has long been interested in religion and spirituality... More > and has written several books about it in the last 30-odd years, including the first detailed examination of the philosophical ideas underlying Transcendental Meditation (Seven States of Consciousness, published in 1973). He has also made a study of the Persian heretical Islamic sect known in the West as the Assassins (The Assassins of Alamut, available from Lulu). In 2008 he published a personal account, in Totality Beliefs and the Religious Imagination, also available from Lulu, of his own gradual abandonment of the search for religioua truth. The present book looks at a number of attempts to explain the existence of religious belief and concludes that religion will probably always appear naturally in human consciousness because of the way in which our minds have evolved.< Less
God is Judge By paul wyns
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This commentary presents an inter-textual reading of Daniel that places the Temple and eschatological Atonement at the center of the book's theology and traces the influence of Daniel’s... More > theology in the NT. A failure of exilic prophetic interpretation inspired a failed attempt to restore the First Temple under Cyrus. Daniel ignores the reign of Cyrus and proceeds directly to the conquest of Babylon by Darius Hystaspis (Darius the Mede). Daniel’s history is subordinated to his theology. The initial setting of Babylonian First Temple destruction and Persian era restoration is supplemented by Antiochene desecration and Maccabean rededication of the Second Temple resulting in an already/not yet realization (apocalyptic moment). Daniel’s enigmatic numerical time periods are not Maccabean era inventions or ex eventu prophecy as they represent supra-historical realities based on intervals between the destruction of the Temple on the ninth of Ab and prominent Jewish Feasts in the lunar Jewish Festal Calendar.< Less
The Zend-Avesta:Part I:The Vendîdâd By James Darmesteter
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THE Zend-Avesta is the sacred book of the Parsis, that is to say, of the few remaining followers of that religion which feigned over Persia at the time when the second successor of Mohammed overthrew... More > the Sassanian dynasty 1, and which has been called Dualism, or Mazdeism, or Magism, or Zoroastrianism, or Fire-worship, according as its main tenet, or its supreme God, or its priests, or its supposed founder, or its apparent object of worship has been most kept in view. This book is a reprint of the Oxford University Press 1880. Translated by James Darmesteter, in 1875 he published a thesis on the mythology of the Avesta and became teacher of Persian language at the École des Hautes Études. He also edited the Avesta for Max Müller's Sacred Books of the East series (vols. 4 and 23).< Less
Maktubat Masoomiya: Excerpts from the Letters of Imam Muhammad Masoom Faruqi By Imam Muhammad Masoom Faruqi & Abdul Rahim Nizamani
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Imam Muhammad Masoom Faruqi was the successor and third son of Mujaddid Alf Thani Shaykh Ahmed Sirhindi, the reformer of the eleventh century of Islamic calendar. The great Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb... More > Alamgir was his disciple and khalifa. Many rulers of the middle east were his disciples. His direct disciples are approximated to be more than nine hundred thousand, with seven thousand earning the status of a khalifa. Maktubat (letters) of Imam Muhammad Masoom Faruqi are considered a source of great spiritual knowledge and an exegesis of his father’s letters. Compiled in three volumes originally in Persian, this book contains excerpts from over fifty letters translated into English by various authors. Translations have been edited to use the standard transliterations of the terms. Original terminology has been preserved and a glossary of terms is also provided. A short biography of the Imam is also included.< Less
Religion, Language, Narrative and the Search for Meaning By Anthony Campbell
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This is a book about religion from a secular standpoint which nevertheless takes its subject seriously. Anthony Campbell is a medical doctor who has long been interested in religion and spirituality... More > and has written several books about it in the last 30-odd years, including the first detailed examination of the philosophical ideas underlying Transcendental Meditation (Seven States of Consciousness, published in 1973). He has also made a study of the Persian heretical Islamic sect known in the West as the Assassins (The Assassins of Alamut, available from Lulu). In 2008 he published a personal account, in Totality Beliefs and the Religious Imagination, also available from Lulu, of his own gradual abandonment of the search for religioua truth. The present book looks at a number of attempts to explain the existence of religious belief and concludes that religion will probably always appear naturally in human consciousness because of the way in which our minds have evolved.< Less
God is Judge By paul wyns
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This commentary presents an inter-textual reading of Daniel that places the Temple and eschatological Atonement at the center of the book's theology and traces the influence of Daniel’s... More > theology in the NT. A failure of exilic prophetic interpretation inspired a failed attempt to restore the First Temple under Cyrus. Daniel ignores the reign of Cyrus and proceeds directly to the conquest of Babylon by Darius Hystaspis (Darius the Mede). Daniel’s history is subordinated to his theology. The initial setting of Babylonian First Temple destruction and Persian era restoration is supplemented by Antiochene desecration and Maccabean rededication of the Second Temple resulting in an already/not yet realization (apocalyptic moment). Daniel’s enigmatic numerical time periods are not Maccabean era inventions or ex eventu prophecy as they represent supra-historical realities based on intervals between the destruction of the Temple on the ninth of Ab and prominent Jewish Feasts in the lunar Jewish Festal Calendar.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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