Rebels Without Cause, Part II. Here the good Magus outlines the difference between Hedonism and Epicureanism, examines our dictum: “Indulgence – NOT compulsion” and explains why the Satanist is “Epicurean” in his worldly pursuit of pleasure and not just another common, mindless hedonist. From “compulsive dissidents” to reformation fetishists… from foolhardy outsider detractors to in-house “house masochists,” Magus Gilmore addresses the gaggles of Rebels Without Cause.
ANNOUNCING THE WARLOCK ACADEMY An Online Salon For Gentlemanly Arts Expanding The Black Guard — Satanism’s elite Brotherhood — Magister Robert Johnson, author of “The Satanic Warlock”, is offering a members only, bi-monthly online Satanic support group that will explore the philosophy, ideals, techniques and concerns of Satanic men! The Academy picks up where the groundbreaking book left off, establishing a virtual society of distinguished Satanists, scholars, artists and magicians who live by Satanic principles. You’ll experience a finishing school of sorts for sinful gentlemen and scoundrels of every stripe, devoted to exploring Epicurean and Hedonistic endeavors. For details on […]
“In The Devil and Philosophy, 34 philosophers explore questions about one of the most recognizable and influential characters (villains?) of all time. From Roman Polanski’s The Ninth Gate to J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion to Bram Stoker’s Dracula to Darth Vader to Al Pacino’s iconic performance in The Devil’s Advocate, this book demonstrates that a little devil goes a long way. From humorous appearances, as in Kevin Smith’s film Dogma and Chuck Palahniuk’s novelsDamned and Doomed, to more villainous appearances, such as Gabriel Byrne’s cold outing as Satan in End of Days, The Devil in Philosophy proves that the Devil comes in many forms.” The concluding section is an exchange between Magus Gilmore and […]