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Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

MARQUIS H. K.—EERIE PLANET From the murky depths of Loch Ness to the Hell-fire Caves to the castle ruins of historical tyrants Elizabeth Bathory and Vlad the Impaler, this fully illustrated book captures one man’s journey that has taken him to to all corners of our planet. With his fascination for the esoteric, the paranormal and dark figures in history, he provides a detailed account of his experiences at these mysterious places. And what to expect should you ever dare visit them. Featured locations: West Wycombe’s Hell-fire Caves, St. Mary’s Church Ruins in Clophill, Elizabeth Bathory’s castle in Cachtice, San […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Mitch Horowitz: Good, Clean Satanism  Occult writer and lecturer Mitch Horowitz reflects on his early impressions of Satanism and rediscovering the writings and philosophy of Anton LaVey. I had once written off Anton as a showman and gifted musician with a instinct for the (virtual) kill. I saw his theology as little more than a secularized bastardization of British occultist Aleister Crowley, with a side of Ayn Rand’s Objectivist ethics and will-to-self thrown in. I was wrong. As I recently discovered in cultural critic and occult explorer Carl Abrahamsson’s stunningly insightful forthcoming study Occulture, Anton had a more fully developed […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Magister Carl Abrahamsson’s “Occulture: The Unseen Forces That Drive Culture Forward” Pre-Order Available Explores the role of magic and the occult in art and culture from ancient times to today  • Examines key figures behind esoteric cultural developments, such as Carl Jung, Anton LaVey, Paul Bowles, Aleister Crowley, and Rudolf Steiner • Explores the history of magic as a source of genuine counter culture and compares it with our contemporary soulless, digital monoculture • Reveals how the magic of art can be restored if art is employed as a means rather than an end and offers strategies to rekindle intuitive […]


Edited by Carl Abrahamsson. Cover art by Fredrik Söderberg. This volume contains material on topics as diverse as Anton LaVey, Aleister Crowley, Rudolf Steiner, Sar Peladan, Fernand Khnopff, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Heinlein, William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Wilhelm Reich, Thelema, Satanism, Symbolism, psychoanalysis, Dada, apocalyptic witchcraft, psychedelic philosophy, visionary book covers, Cannabis, artificial human companions, sacred prostitution, German Expressionist cinema, slam poetry, independent universities, extraterrestrial influences, astrology, sexual magic, science fiction and more… Contents Carl Abrahamsson – Editor’s IntroductionSara George & Carl Abrahamsson – Fernand Khnopff, SymbolistSasha Chaitow – Making the Invisible VisibleVanessa Sinclair – Psychoanalysis and DadaKendell Geers – Tu Marcellus ErisStephen Sennitt – Fallen Worlds, […]