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–ONA’s Black Book of Satan 1


.:.I started writing about Witchcraft in Nexion Zine 5.1 HERE. And then the entire issue of 7.1 [1800 pages] is about Magick, Sorcery, Animism, Paganism, and Witchcraft. I write so much, I forget where everything is. I was curious a few days ago about how many pages I’ve actually written. So I added up every page of each issue of Nexion Zine, plus Sinister Musings [which is 90% of my defunct blog], plus Opus Vrilis, minus 100 pages [re-used ONA MSS], and I found out – to my surprise – that I’ve written approximately 6000 pages since 2006-2007; non-stop. You really do become the people you admire and look up to. There have been two constant people I have looked up to and secretly strive to be like for the past 10-13 years. The first is David Myatt. The second is Prozak [also known as Brett of]. Both of them write non-stop, year after year. And both of them, via their writings, have inspired and influenced people.

How do you know if your writings are worth anything, are of any value or import? By the writings’ content? By the writings’ erudition? By how many facts the writings contain? No. The Buddha tells us that you judge a Thing by its Vipaka [Fruit]; by the Fruit that it generates. Or as Jesus said: “By their Fruits…” The act of writing is the Kamma [karma], which literally means Work/Labor/Build. And you judge the work, labor, by the Fruit such work bears. You see? I can’t say too much about this subject, but to drop a hint about the Fruit I’m talking about: David Myatt, over the past 40-50 years, via his writings, under various pen-names, has inspired and influenced many people to become radicalized, extremists, who eventually… “Presences the Dark,” shall we say. Writing is an artform, or as ONA’s 21 Satanic Points say: “10. Forge not works of art but swords of death, for therein lies great art.” But anyways.



I didn’t always believe in psychics and psychic readings and seeing the future. But I was fortunate to have a few friends who were very good professional card readers, and some of the old people in my family and extended family can read cards. I have an aunt whose Vietnamese husband’s [my uncle] father was into magick and psychic stuff. My uncle tells me that before his father died, he burned all of his books and scrolls on magick and psychic stuff and forbade his children from learning it. The uncle’s father knew the exact day he was going to die. The uncle’s father left a note under his pillow, which had the date and time of his death. In our culture [Brahminical Southeast Asian], you need a Kru [guru], in order to have the supernatural ability to be very accurate with seeing the future. A Kru is a spirit who teaches and tells you shit.

And so, I got curious about psychic card readings. So, I spent the past 13 years buying [gradually] about $1000 worth of different psychic cards. Most of them were various kinds of tarot cards. Some were tea leaf reading cards, Lenormand, and so on. I try to use each deck to read with, and I test each deck. If the deck of cards fails the tests, I discard them and give them away.

The way I test my cards is I’ll ask them a number of questions for a couple weeks. I usually ask these questions: (A) What did I do yesterday? (B) What will I be doing today before I go to bed? (C) What am I going to do in 2 hours? (D) What will I experience tomorrow?

Those are my questions. I give each deck of cards only 2 weeks to prove themselves to me, or I discard them and never use them again. They must answer each question without being vague, without me needing to interpret shit. Just give me a normal, relevant, straightforward answer to the god damn question.

All of my psychic cards have failed me. They produce gibberish as answers. All except one: the Drecc Deck. And so, after a decade of buying hundreds of decks, and testing every deck, I only use one deck of cards now. The Drecc Deck, for some reason, has the ability to answer my test questions. The Drecc Deck is a form of Logomancy, which basically means that your answer is written out for you to read. Logomancy is one of the oldest forms of divination in China and the ancient world.

I use my personal Drecc Deck on an everyday basis. I carry them with me wherever I go. And so, after using them every day for years, I’ve learned to work with them. All I need are 3 cards. The words on the 3 cards then give me words and impressions and feelings. The words triggers your faculty of Empathy, and you empath your answer. The Logomancy of the Drecc Deck has an accuracy rate of 80-90%, and 90% of the time, the worded answers that it gives you is actually relevant to the question you asked.

So, my entire family now comes to me when they have a question, so I can divine an answer for them. All I need is 3 cards. One of my aunts regularly calls me, every other day, to ask me questions. This aunt invests in and trades trades stocks. She recently called me up to ask me and my Drecc Deck questions on 3 stocks she wanted to trade. The Drecc Deck told her that the first two she named were duds and that she should avoid them. So my aunt says: “What about an airline stock? I found an airline stock I like.” So I threw down three cards. They were positive cards. One card said that there is an increase and gradual growth. Another card said the word “government.” I asked my aunt what this airline stock has to do with a government. And my aunt says to me: “Oh yeah, the airline is partly owned by the Thai government.”

My other aunt asked my cards if she will be moving to Oregon, because she came down for a visit and loved the place. This auntie likes nature too. I threw down three Drecc Deck cards, and saw the logomantic message. The cards said that this auntie desires to move, but she can’t because her heart is tied to her son [my cousin], and her son does not want to move to rural Oregon. My auntie was amazed and admited that deep in her heart, she can’t leave her son behind.

My grandmother recently ask me to give her a reading. She wanted to know if any of my aunts and uncles will also move away from her to live in Oregon. The Cards said that one of her three sons, a slender one, will eventually relocate to Oregon. She knew which of my uncles the Drecc Dreck was referring to. She then asked me: “Can you see when I will die?” I threw down three cards. The cards said that it will be a while, and that she has nothing to worry about because two women [two of my aunts] will take care of her all her life, until she passes on. She was happy with the answer.

Besides the Drecc Deck, I also use the nkobos [seashells] and chamalongos [coconut shells] as divination instruments. A spirit that lives in my Fetish speaks through the shells. Those are just as accurate as the Drecc Deck.

I love divination. I used to be skeptical, but after experiencing it first-hand and directly, I know that it works… you just need the right species and tools of divination.

To supplement the Drecc Deck, nkobos, and chamalongos, I taught myself Qi Men Dun Jia:

Right now I am starting to teach myself Jyotish [Vedic Astrology/Horary] and Traditional Western Horary Astrology.

I bought a $300 Jyotisha software to work with:

The software is called Parashara’s Light version 9.

I also bought a $300 Western Horary program, called Solar Fire version 9:

So, when I’m not traveling or writing, I’m studying Vedic Jyotish, and Traditional Western Horary Astrology. Each has thousands of pages to study, and hundreds of charts to study.

What got me into Qi Men Dun Jia [Chinese Horary], Jyotisha, and Western Horary was reading about how they have been used to solve crimes! I love mysteries and crime solving. I suck so bad at the moment. But I can cast a Traditional Western Horary chart for a question and derive a Yes/No answer.

The Big Mystery is why divination works. To begin to learn that Big Mystery, you first have to study this book:


The book is called “The Elizabethan World Picture.” The term “world picture,” believe it or not, was the olden English term for what we today call a “World-View” or “World-Model.” Literally a “Picture” of how the World is and works. The natural philosophers and theological philosophers at that time understood a whole lot, and had it right; although they had “primitive” symbolical language to express what they understood.

So there is more – much more – to being o9a than being politically oriented. The ONA is essentially a Pagan Tradition. The problem is, in pop-culture occultism and also in academia, nobody knows or understands what the nebulous word “pagan” means. You can’t be something you don’t understand. I try to explain what “pagan” and “paganism” means in Nexion Zine 5.1, 6.1, and 7.1. My explanations are expansions of David Myatt’s simple, yet very accurate explanation. To paraphrase what DM said: Paganism is the -ism of the Paganus.

Ever since I got into ONA, I’ve been studying and striving to be a Spaewife [spae wife]. To be able to use divination to foresee the most probably future. To learn to know and dis-cover the magical and medicinal properties of plants by directly communing with the plants. To learn how to read the Great Book of Nature and understand Her doctrines/dharmas/principles. To learn to understand what the supernatural is and how to use it.

In o9a, there are things we write which are meant for Public Consumption [for the sake of the Mythos of ONA and the sake of the Labyrinthos Mythologicus], such as the political stuff you see here. And there are things that should remain a private aural tradition among us, taught from Mouth to Ear, person to person [initiate to initiate]; such as the Pagan Tradition, the aural wisdom of a Spaeman and Spaewife.