Understanding Neo-Nazi Occultism

Posted: May 8th, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: Church of Satan, Heretical Texts, Howard Stanton Levey, Labyrinthos Mythologicus, O9A, Order of Nine Angles, Order of the Nine Angles, Satanic Heresy, The Sinister Tradition | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Understanding Neo-Nazi Occultism

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The term Neo-völkisch Satanism is an apt term to describe those Occult groups or individuals or music performers who identify with or who align themselves with or who are inspired (i) by Satanism in particular and/or The Dark Arts of sorcery in general, and (ii) by the National Socialism of the Third Reich or by the folkish evolution of that National Socialism as manifest, for example, in ‘neo-nazi’ groups such as Reichsfolk with its emphasis on folk communities, tribes and clans as opposed to the concept of The State, and which concept of The State was the basis for the National Socialism of the Third Reich.

Understanding Neo-völkisch Satanism
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A European Satanism

Posted: May 3rd, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: Heretical Texts, Howard Stanton Levey, Inner ONA, Labyrinthos Mythologicus, O9A, Order of Nine Angles, Order of the Nine Angles, Satanic Heresy, The Sinister Tradition, The Sinisterly Numinous Tradition | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on A European Satanism

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That the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) have an understanding of Satan and of Satanism that is the diametrical opposite of the ‘satan’ and the American ‘satanism’ propagated by Howard Stanton Levey – and those inspired by or following Levey-type ‘satanism’ – is neither generally appreciated nor correctly understood.

A European Satanism
(pdf)


Western Pagan Curses And Invocations

Posted: May 31st, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Heretical Texts, O9A, Order of Nine Angles, Order of the Nine Angles, The Sinister Tradition, The Sinisterly Numinous Tradition | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Western Pagan Curses And Invocations
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Western Pagan Curses And Invocations
A Few Examples (pdf)

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It is interesting and informative – and should be part of the studies of every aspirant Western sorcerer and sorceress – to research the history of Western sorcery especially given that most aspirant Occultists will begin and have (for over a century) begun, and will end and have (for over a century) ended, with the Magian ‘Goetic’ (qabalistic) tradition, satisfied as they seem to be, and seem to have been, that that Magian medieval tradition is ‘authentic’ especially as that qabalistic tradition formed the basis for the sorcery of the so-called Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, for the sorcery of Mr Crowley, for the sorcery of Howard Levey, for the sorcery of Mr Aquino, and for the sorcery of all other modern, non-O9A, occult groups.

To provide a flavor of the Western, pagan, tradition of sorcery – free from later Magian (Judaic) interpolations and distortions – we present here three examples of historical Western sorcery. One from the sorcery inspired by ancient Greece and Hellenism, and two from Romano-British, pagan, sources.