magister kevin i. slaughter

11 posts

Announcing “Der Geist: The Journal of Egoism from 1845 to 1945,” Issue 3!

The newest issue of Der Geist, the journal of historical Egoism, is here. Rare and unpublished works from the first century of egoism-the philosophy of Max Stirner. from: Underworld Amusements or from US | MX | CA | UK | DE | FR | IT This issue of Der Geist includes rare reprints of egoist history. These include blow-by-blow accounts of Dora Marsden in her street-fighting phase, lost transcriptions of J. William Lloyd saved from the darkness by individualist feminist Wendy McElroy, the philosophical and physical wanderings of the laughing philosopher Malfew Seklew, and more. This issue of Der Geist also includes original inquiries into egoist history. These include a history of the Radical Book Shop of Chicago, and the […]

My Book Cult Episode One – This Ugly Civilization

Magister Kevin I. Slaughter and Reverend Raul Antony present the first episode of the #MyBookCult podcast discussing This Ugly Civilization. This audio version is available free to the public, while the full video is available for cultists who join our Patreon at $6.66 or more. #mybookcult | Month One | Episode One – Audio Only | This Ugly Civilization About This Ugly Civilization: There are three basic themes in Ralph Borsodi’s This Ugly Civilization: a critique of modern industrial civilization, achieving personal economic independence, and maximizing individual potential. Borsodi advocates a lifestyle of self-reliance and decentralized power, and outlines how it […]

Magus Peter H. Gilmore: Zann’s Reprise

Underworld Amusements is proud to announce a limited booklet edition of Magus Gilmore’s short story “Zann’s Reprise“, released in honor of his birthday on May 24th, 2019. 66 copies have been signed and numbered by Peter H. Gilmore, High Priest of the Church of Satan. Featuring cover art by Andy Howl and typeset/designed by Kevin I. Slaughter. Available exclusively from Underworld Amusements. From the original release notes: “I’ve been a fan of the works of H.P. Lovecraft since I began reading his tales at about age 10. Being a composer, naturally I was captivated by The Music of Erich Zann […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Union of Egoists on Patreon  Union of Egoists is a Historical, Biographical and Bibliographical website focused on Egoism as a philosophical movement explicitly beginning with Max Stirner. Click here to support the project on Patreon and access exclusive content include podcasts, book previews, commentary, and more. Companions, the creator seeketh, not corpses—and not herds or believers either. Fellow-creators the creator seeketh— The project is primarily run and edited by Magister Kevin I. Slaughter and Trevor Blake and with the assistance of a few volunteers from time to time. The scope of the project has become larger than expected, and there […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Speak of the Devil – Reverend Campbell Interviews Kevin I. Slaughter Sunday, April 9th 6pm MST Speak of the Devil – Reverend Campbell Interviews Kevin I. Slaughter about the importance of both personal and professional aesthetics. Rev. Slaughter is a Magister in the Church of Satan, small publisher, graphic designer, and historian of philosophical egoism. Learn more by visiting:, &

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Jeff Riggenbach’s Biographical Sketch of Max Stirner – UoE Podcast Max Stirner write a book that has been referred to as a bible for both  billionaires and anarchists, and that’s because it strips away all the spooks of altruism and self-sacrifice. Stirner’s The Ego and His Own has been referred to as the most radical book ever published. Magister Slaughter continues his exploration of the history of philosophical egoism, and therefore a de facto history of a philosophical underpinning of Satanism, in this new episode of the Union of Egoists podcast. This episode he presents a 45 minute biography of […]

Texxx speaks with Magister Slaughter about his many projects. (Source:

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

The Accusation Party  Purging Talon proudly presents its latest project: The Accusation Party. Produced and hosted by Magister Matt G. Paradise, The Accusation Party serves as an audio podcast representing critical thought and analysis with a complete disregard for mainstream censure. It is total free speech—no trigger warnings, no political correctness, no privilege checking, no cultural inclusiveness. Nothing is sacred. None will be spared. The inaugural episode focuses on the myth of human equality, with insight from Friedrich Nietzsche, Ragnar Redbeard, William A. Henry III, Milton Friedman, and others. Our guest will be Magister Bill M., who will discuss equality in math and how it […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Religious Freedom Day by Magister Kevin I. Slaughter I believe that one of the great lessons I have learned is that it is just as important to know your weaknesses, as it is to know your strengths. In that, I have always felt writing was something that others have done far better than I, but putting their words into print is something I can do better than most. So I am a small publisher. It is my own form of necromancy. Since my passion is for forgotten, neglected, and sometimes intentionally buried and forgotten iconoclasts, I raise their spirits from the grave of forgotten. When asked to […]

Rock Beats Scissors, Revolver Beats Shithead

Rock Beats Scissors, Revolver Beats ShitheadA brief introduction to armed home defense for a Satanic Witch. by Magister Kevin I. Slaughter a feature for The Black Flame — October, L A.S.  A dear friend recently moved into a new place that she felt is not as safe and secure as the one she’d left, there were far too many shitheads (street criminals) around to be comfortable. She asked me for a recommendation for a home defense gun. She doesn’t own a firearm and hasn’t shot guns in a while. She lives in a “freedom friendly” state, so there is no […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Death Becomes HerA Century of Mourning Attire October 21, 2014–February 1, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art The Costume Institute This Costume Institute exhibition explores the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Approximately thirty ensembles, many of which are being exhibited for the first time, reveal the impact of high-fashion standards on the sartorial dictates of bereavement rituals as they evolved over a century.