Daily Archives: September 3, 2015

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Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

The Devils Reign Exhibition – Now Taking Book Pre-orders The Devils Reign is a two month art exhibit and book release hosted by HOWL Gallery/Tattoo in fort Myers, FL.  The show, curated by Magus Peter H Gilmore, features over 60 of the world’s best tattoo artists, illustrators, and sculptors, including the Hellish Hierarchy of The Church of Satan. Artwork in the exhibit depicts devils from cultures around the world listed in The Satanic Bible’s Infernal Names, along with depictions inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulu mythos. Artist’s work in the show range from watercolor illustrations and drawings, to pen and ink, […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Heathen Harvest Updates: New Episode of The Forest Passage, Video Premiers for Theologian and Malignant Records and more. Reverend Raul Antony has released a new episode of The Forest Passage. This episode features dark ambient tracks from Of Earth & Sun, Ionosphere, Kammarheit, Tunnels Of Āh, and more. Download or stream the episode here. Managing Editor Raul Antony is also proud to announce the following: EXCLUSIVE: Premiering the Video for Theologian’s “Surface of the Real” Premiering the Teaser Video for Malignant Records / Kalpamantra’s “The Earthen Siphon”Review: The Muskets – Allegiance to No Crown (New project featuring David E. Williams) […]


The New York Times reports on a sculpture exhibition in the town of Highland Falls, just outside of the United States Military Academy at West Point, which includes Joseph Jaskolka’s piece titled “Ahriman Crowned” amongst a more typical gathering of contemporary works chosen by a curatorial committee, all meant to symbolize leadership and wisdom. It stands across from the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, seemingly pointing towards it and thus unnerving some of the parishioners.  From the article: Mr. Jaskolka said the sculpture, named for the Zoroastrian spirit of destruction, was a personification of the negative forces of materialism in 21st-century […]