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Infernal Geometry and the Left-Hand Path, by Toby Chappell
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.
At Satan’s Altar, by Marie RavenSoul
Marie RavenSoul’s first published title, At Satan's Altar efficiently covers a variety of practices to honour Satan.
I have complicated feelings about, The Satanic Tarot: Diabolical Adventures in Lesser Magic, both the deck and its accompanying book.
Satanic art: A devotional practice
Satanic art has given me another way to express myself. It has been a form of magical and spiritual therapy. Even though my work is primarily devotional, I have used magick in some of my paintings to manifest both inward and outward changes.
Meditations on the Satanic Statements, by Ivan Grammaticus
Ivan Grammaticus has within him the potential to accomplish a great theology in the application of Satanic thought for every day life.
Pan, by Melusine Draco
Pan is much, much more that meets the eye, and Melusine Draco brings him to life, making the reader feel a close connection with him.
Hallowe’en: From community celebration to sabbath of evil
As the days get shorter, the nights longer, and the temperature drops, most of us begin to look forward to Hallowe'en or Samhain, one...
Satanism in music and devotional practice
All religions have had their own style of music for devotional experience. In Satanism, music not bound by rules or tradition. Emotion guides its selection.
Satanism in music: Satan sets the tone
As Satanism has grown into a religion in its own right, it would be expected that music would be composed to express its beliefs.
Iconic occult documentaries of the ’70s
There's a certain something about occult documentaries made in the 1970s.
Working with demons
From the many years of working with demons, I have learned that they are full of surprises.
Alternative approaches to the Goetia
Legend has it that the "Testament of Solomon," which contains the original text of the Goetia, was left out of the Bible, because it was not considered to be inspired by Jehovah.