BUNDLE 1: MUSIC IN WITCHCRAFT + SERMONS TO THE SERPENT’S SERVANTS – Limited Edition Hadcovers 20% DISCOUNT – Limited Edition Hardcovers – IMPORT – (PRE-ORDER)

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BUNDLE 1: MUSIC IN WITCHCRAFT + SERMONS TO THE SERPENT’S SERVANTS – Limited Edition Hadcovers 20% DISCOUNT – Limited Edition Hardcovers – IMPORT – (PRE-ORDER)

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Short pre-order phase with an Early Bird discount of 10% starts on the 1st of April until the 5th of April.

Release date is 30th of April 2020.

Music in Witchcraft and the Occult: An Anthology.

Book specifications:

– 220 pages
– Black linen bound hardcover
– Black head/tail bands
– Black end-papers
– 148 mm x 210 mm book size

Limited edition of 200 copies. Comes with a CD.

In the works is a brand new book on the usage of music and musical instruments within the modes of occult ritual practices and witchcraft.

This can be the usage of music in ones own private environment of witchcraft rituals and/or the occult with its symbols and meanings and the invocations to tune in with the secretive and the hidden energies during live performances.

Presented in this book are a very wide variety of essays which focus in their own unique way on music and its place in witchcraft and the occult and vice/versa.

The articles are written by genuine practitioners of the Arte of Magick and who are active musicians with their bands and/or solo artists.

Articles are written by:

– Aaron Piccirillo author for Clavis Journal & Appalachia Journal

– Ilya Affectvs (of the band: Corona Barathri)

– Edgar Kerval (of the band: Emme Ya)

– Kakophonix (of the band HVILE I KAOS)

– Jack Grayle author of The Hekatæon, Ixaxaar.

– Jon Vermilion author of Asaya Ka Luxa & Zakael, Aeon Sophia Press.

– Keeley Swete and Jessica Rose
(both of the band She Scotia)

– Zemaemidjehuty author of The Book of Flesh and Feather, Theion Publishing.

– Ekki neinn (of the band NYIÞ)

– Abby Helasdottir (of the band Gydja)

– zenKOAL (of the band Brujentrophy)

Listen to the entire album via this link:
Music in Witchcraft and the Occult: An Anthology. CD tracks.

Table of Contents

– Esoterism and the Creative Process by Aaron Piccirillo

– Hvile I Kaos by Kakophonix

– The Divine Forethought as Two Powers by Zemaemidjehuty

– Gravesong by Jack Grayle

– Corona Barathri by Affectvs

– Baron Samhedi by Edgar Kerval

– Music as Ritual by Keeley Swete and Jessica Rose

– The Souls Expression Through the Universal Vibration of Sound by Jon Vermilion

– The Guerilla Occultism of NYIÞ by NYIÞ

– Notes are Cast on Corpses. Gydja and the Creation of Music for Hela by Abby Helasdottir

– Strange Spells Spontaneously Evolving Into Art: Avant Punk, Spoken Wyrd, Ritual Noise and Deathdream Electronics Unveiled by zenKOAL

 

Book specifications:

– 208 pages
– 7 large page sized illustrations
– Format: 148x210mm
– Limited edition of 200 copies Standard edition linen bound hardcovers

Lux Ferous Press in collaboration with Aeon Sophia Press presents:

Sermons to the Serpent’s Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm

Philosophical Implications of Luciferian Gnosis

by Jeremy Christner

Vol. I: Mesocosm is a deep dive into theory, simultaneously an analytic look at the problems of philosophy from the vantage of a Luciferian Gnostic, and a meditation on the implications of Luciferian Gnosis from a philosopher’s perspective. The threaded essays contained in this book cover various insights including the question of the existence and nature of God; the quality of Lucifer; epistemology in Gnosticism; Gnosticism as an Existentialist cosmology; the redundancy of Jesus Christ; the value of negativity in the arts and of blasphemy in practice; the definition of the self and the scope of one’s sphere of influence as a measure of existence; and more.

Sermons to the Serpent’s Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm is a mature evolution of the narrative woven by Jeremy Christner in his previous works, Kosmology and Lanterns of Wisdom From the Firmament. The author reveals his ideas and insights from a more contemplative perspective, employing a pragmatic approach and taking you on his personal journey of discovering and re-evaluating his own views on religion, ethics, Gnosticism and Luciferian-Satanism, and some of the more commonly pondered philosophical questions.

A worthy addition to the library of the Gnostic, the Luciferian, the philosopher, or the curious collector of ideas.

SERMONS TO THE SERPENT’S SERVANTS by Jeremy Christner limited edition hardcover

Release date is 17th of April 2020

Book specifications:

– 208 pages
– 7 large page sized illustrations
– Format: 148x210mm
– Limited edition of 200 copies Standard edition linen bound hardcovers

Lux Ferous Press in collaboration with Aeon Sophia Press presents:

Sermons to the Serpent’s Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm

Philosophical Implications of Luciferian Gnosis

by Jeremy Christner

Vol. I: Mesocosm is a deep dive into theory, simultaneously an analytic look at the problems of philosophy from the vantage of a Luciferian Gnostic, and a meditation on the implications of Luciferian Gnosis from a philosopher’s perspective. The threaded essays contained in this book cover various insights including the question of the existence and nature of God; the quality of Lucifer; epistemology in Gnosticism; Gnosticism as an Existentialist cosmology; the redundancy of Jesus Christ; the value of negativity in the arts and of blasphemy in practice; the definition of the self and the scope of one’s sphere of influence as a measure of existence; and more.

Sermons to the Serpent’s Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm is a mature evolution of the narrative woven by Jeremy Christner in his previous works, Kosmology and Lanterns of Wisdom From the Firmament. The author reveals his ideas and insights from a more contemplative perspective, employing a pragmatic approach and taking you on his personal journey of discovering and re-evaluating his own views on religion, ethics, Gnosticism and Luciferian-Satanism, and some of the more commonly pondered philosophical questions.

A worthy addition to the library of the Gnostic, the Luciferian, the philosopher, or the curious collector of ideas.

 

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