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What drew me to want to read Infernal Geometry and the Left-Hand Path was that I wanted to learn about a subject I knew very little about.
Much of what has been written about the Cthulhu Mythos in a magical or spiritual context has been limited, not reflecting their most important aspects.
Otherkin are people who consider themselves to be non-human in some way. For some, it’s a spiritual belief and for others metaphor and personal narrative.
Sacred tattoos are a literal transformation; a body with a tattoo is not the same as the unmarked body that came before it.
This post introduces our new links round up column, called "Linkage." If you've found something cool, please post a comment with the link below.
Within True Detective the Yellow King is kept at a remove...mentioned with fear but never precisely seen.
It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos magick books.
Infernal Texts: Nox and Liber Koth provide an enchanting snapshot of chaos magick's darker influences in the 1980s, the edge of which seems dulled in subsequent generations. It's an intriguing book.
The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Reader's Guide to Persons, Places and Things in the Tales of H.P. Lovecraft, by Anthony B. Pearsall New Falcon Publications, 1561841293,...
The Pseudonomicon, by Phil Hine New Falcon Publications, 1561841951, 64 pp. (incl. bibliography), 1996, 2004 This slim tome offers a living example of an approach...
Cthuloid Dreams: A Collection of Occult Poetry, by DJ Lawrence Chaosmagic.com, 115 pp., 2004 Inspired and influenced by the Discordianism, Lovecraft mythos and Setianism, DJ...
The Chaos Cookbook, edited by DJ Lawrence Chaosmagic.com, 221 pp. (incl. bibliography), 2004 The Chaos Cookbook is a result of the combined effort of the...
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