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The Day of Ahriman and Luciferian Sorcery by Michael W. Ford

Within the lore and symbolism of the various paths of Luciferianism, a date of ancient Zoroastrian origin holds considerable value to recognizing the power of challenge in nature. The path of ancient Persian sorcery or witchcraft, known in Pahlavi as 'yatukdinoih' is celebrated as self-liberation and empowerment from restrictive dogma of monotheism. In the dualism of Zoroastrianism, the Adversary known...

  • December 24, 2016
  • Michael Ford

Imagination and Ritual for the Rational Luciferian by Michael W Ford

The actual practice of Magick is an art which draws on the imagination and the association of symbolic meaning. For the Adept who creates a functional space which is centered on the altar, every tool and object should have a basic meaning concerning purpose. The first priority of a neophyte is to study and understand the structure of ritual. You...

  • January 13, 2014
  • Steve Morten

Free Shipping on All Hardcover & Softcover Michael W. Ford Books

Jan.13th - Jan.17th Only ! FREE SHIPPING ON ALL HARDCOVER & SOFTCOVER MICHAEL W. FORD BOOKS. To anywhere in the world. Enter Discount Code: BOOKFREE on the discount line during checkout. ****RESTRICTIONS- Order must consist of only books from this category. If other items are included in an order placed, the customer will receive an invoice for shipping. If the...

  • January 06, 2014
  • Steve Morten

Book of the Witch Moon by Michael W. Ford

The Book of the Witch Moon is Michael W. Ford's early grimoire which presents a gateway into the dark sorcery and magick of the left hand path. Centering on the Infernal Triad, Hecate, Lucifer, Baphomet (Cain), the cultus presents the basis of luciferian witchcraft practice from dream sorcery, spell casting, invoking the dark gods, Qlippothic demons, the Sabbat's and the...

  • December 06, 2013
  • Steve Morten

Ahrimanian Ritual - Michael W. Ford video on Luciferian YouTube Channel

Ahrimanian Ritual is a short work featuring several variations of nirangs and inverse afrins (reversed and darkend hymns) of the Yatukdinoih (witchcraft). Michael W. Ford as Akhtya is guiding the individual into the darkness and inner flame of Ahriman and the ArchDaevas. From both a Rig Veda/Mitianni adaptation balanced with the Zoroastrian (Avestan/Pahlavi) demonic, the cult of daevayasna is evoked...