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Thursday, 26 January 2006

Discipline of the Gods/Altars of Hell/Apex of Eternity - Booklet

by Tempel ov Blood

Hard to Find Limited Edition Guide to the Dark Path Imported from Europe

The cover of black parchment paper bears a red sigil, and this is one of only 333 copies ever printed (the number being in honor of Choronzon). Each of the well-written and provocative essays in this book evince both sophistication and inspiration, albeit of a dark, even horrifying kind. Those who dare to peruse its pages with be met head-on with what can only be described as a truly alien, even anti-human philosophy. Popular libertine and quasi-humanist philosophies such as the satanism of LaVey and the radical elements of Aleister Crowley and Thelema are eschewed in favor of a discipline that scorns both the illusory Western cult of the individual and the slobbering herds of the masses. In addition to esoteric thought, the book also describes in detail several methods by which one can become a living gateway or portal for the ultimate Dark Outside that seeks the eradication of present humanity. Some of the material is related to that seen in the writings of The Order of the Nine Angles (ONA), but goes far beyond; while other methods involve the deliberate destructive manipulation of classic grimoire magick in order to create dark nexuses. This is definitely a rare artifact for those interested in the further realms of human belief and psychology, as well as occult and satanic history, and perhaps even a call to some practitioners out there." (text taken from an e-bay auction advertising the selling of the Ixaxaar published booklet)

Ixaxaar Publications

Posted by tempelovblood at 7:47 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 26 January 2006 10:11 PM EST
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