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Articles of Luciferian Witchcraft and Magick

  • August 27, 2014
  • Michael Ford

Month of the Feast of Kamis (Chemosh)

The ancient deities of Mesopotamia and Syria have a long history of succession and assimilation into the various Deific Masks they wear. Chemosh, the Moabite war and morning star god as presented in "Dragon of the Two Flames" has earliest origins in the Eblaite pantheon (Northern Syria) as being a power over the scorching winds and heat. The Eblaite calendar...

  • May 30, 2014
  • Michael Ford
  • February 25, 2014
  • Michael Ford

Azazel and the Practice of Magick

Azazel, to Luciferians it is not only a name of strength, power and wisdom, yet also an ancient  Demonic-god and spirit of Deific power. Azazel is the bearer of the Black Flame, the divine consciousness of humanity. Azazel originally developed in Hebrew texts as a fallen angel/demon which goats were offered to as a part of their religion. In later...

  • January 27, 2014
  • Michael Ford

Luciferian Apotheca Ritual Music Series: "Fallen Angels and Dark Spirits" AKHTYA CD

"Fallen Angels and Dark Spirits" CD - AKHTYA (Michael W. Ford) The Luciferian Apotheca Series of ritual music, specifically themed on ancient near eastern and medieval "demonic" representations of pantheons and avenues of dark spheres in Luciferianism. My dedication to the path extends into the composition of ritual music(k) which is intended to inspire complete "spheres" related to the spirit/deific...

  • January 20, 2014
  • Michael Ford

Statues and Their Use in Magick by Michael W. Ford

Statues from antiquity until present day remain an integral part of ritual magick and veneration of a deity and the power they represent. In Luciferianism, the altar is the foundation for the work itself, symbolizing the earth itself. Within the temple-cults of the ancient near east, the statue would essentially be the "home" for the deity; the priests of each...