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The Sinister Path, Volume 2

Essays and articles contained in this book were originally printed in Dragon’s Blood magazine in the years 2006-2010. Chosen from four issues that are no longer in print, i.e. #4 “Egyptian Magic,” #6 “Lilith,” #7 “Samael,” and #8 “Via Nocturna,” they cover such themes as Egyptian Underworld, Set, Vama Marga, Lilith, vampire goddesses, the Adversary, qlipothic magic, soul travels, and many others.

Essays which originally were parts of other books were not included in this volume and can be found in their original sources.


The list of contents:

The Kingdom of Seker
Into the Realm of Death
Bast and Sekhmet - Two Faces of the Feminine
The Vision of the Night
Vama Marga: The Left Hand Path Tantra
Invocation of Lilith
The Soul in Ancient Egypt
The Summoning of Set
The Desert of Set
Sacred Sexuality: Eros and Religion in Ancient Egypt
Exploring the Mystery of Sirius – the Bright Isis and the Dark Nephthys
Invocation of Nephthys
Egyptian Serpent Deities
The Living Death: Two Faces of the Feminine
The Ritual of Az
Meditation upon the Congress with Az
Samael the Initiator
Invocation of the Adversary
Access Way: Der Zu-Gang
Healing Through Destruction
Saljar Helja: A Journey into the Realm of Hel
Sadism and Diabolicism: The Bluebeard of Orleans
Self-Initiation into the Necronomicon Current
Lilith: Mother and Whore

143 pages, A5, softcover
PRICE: 15 EUR + postage
Publisher: Lodge Magan
Availability: In stock


The Way of the Serpent

Draconian Path is an initiatory spiritual adventure, a beautiful quest for awakening divine powers in the Initiate through transformative process of self-knowledge and self-integration. It embraces symbolism and energies of those magical systems, religious beliefs, mythologies, folk-tales, and literature, which view the Dragon or the Serpent as the Divine Initiator, the Adversary, or simply the Archetype of Primal Terror. It takes the Initiate to the darkest roots of consciousness in order to awaken the power of the Dragon, the primal potential of godhood, within one's soul.

This book contains glimpses of Draconian magic and philosophy, as well as many related themes inspired by this ancient tradition. It brings together essays, rituals and poetry from eleven contributors, remarkable authors and active practitioners of the Left Hand Path. The contents of this collection include Setian rituals, Qlipothic meditations, articles devoted to mythological dragons and serpents, and many other texts inspired by the Draconian Current.

142 pages, A5, softcover


The Sinister Path, Volume 1

Essays and articles contained in this book were originally printed in Dragon’s Blood magazine in the years 2004-2007. Chosen from four issues that are no longer in print, i.e. #1 “Beasts of Watery Abyss,” #2 “Practical Necromancy,” #3 “Dark Witchcraft,” and #5 “The Adversary.

The list of contents:

- A Few Thoughts on Tiamat
- Alchemical Rebirth in the Waters of Tiamat
- Apep, the Serpent Chaos Demon

- The Ceremony of Apep
- Azrael and the Death Principle
- Invocation of Azrael
- Coitus cum demone: Incubus and Succubus in Legend and Occult Arts
- Evil in the Eye of the Beholder
- Great Journey Backwards - Into The Shadow Embrace Of Infernal Sabbat- In the Desert of Sutuach
- Invocation of the Four Goddesses of the Sabbat
- Ladies of Infernal Dimensions – Goddesses of Death and Rulers of the Underworld
- Ceremony of Persephone
- Leviathan – "King over all the Sons of Pride"
- Invocation of Leviathan
- Luciferian Gnosis
- Conjuration of Lucifer
- Niantiel: "Where the last of the borders is crossed”
- Nitocris – Queen of Ghouls and the Lady of the Pyramid
- Descent into the Temple of the Sphinx
- The Dark Side of the Moon: Presentation of the Gamaliel Qlipha
- The Vision of Gamaliel
- The End of All Flesh
- The Path of Cain
- The Sabbatic Ritual of the Horned God and Goddess

146 pages, A5, softcover
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Publisher: Lodge Magan
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Sol Tenebrarum: The Occult Study of Melancholy by Asenath Mason

“I can barely conceive of a type of beauty in which there is no melancholy,“ wrote Charles Baudelaire in the nineteenth century, referring to the phenomenon that had fascinated philosophers, artists, musicians, poets and writers for centuries. In the modern world melancholy is commonly confused with sorrow or identified with depression, but in the history of the Western culture it was always seen as present both in depressive states and excesses of manic rapture. For over two thousand years melancholy was a part of humoural theory which assumed that the body and the mind were mystically connected and these connections explained all character traits, dispositions, tastes, appearances, emotional states, mental disorders, and physiological dysfunctions.

Traditionally viewed as a wide range of disorders caused by the imbalance of life energies, throughout centuries melancholy acquired a complex esoteric and philosophical meaning. It became the disease of the soul, the triumph of the inner darkness over the godly light of reason, the source of genius and inspired madness, the synonym for lethargy and spleen, the deadly sin, the Saturnian principle of ecstasy and suffering, the dark element in the human nature, and finally, the universal condition of all humanity.

This book is concentrated around the traditional view of melancholy and its interpretations in ancient and modern history of the Western esotericism. It attempts to translate ancient concepts into the contemporary context and rediscovers melancholy as the central part of occult philosophy, representing the most critical stages of spiritual experience. Alchemy, Dionysian mysteries, Bacchic rites of ecstasy, lycanthropy, acedia, spiritual journeys into the underworld, inspired insanity, Dark Night of the Soul, Saturnian contemplation, qlipothic initiations, and the mystical meaning of the Black Sun – these are only a few themes from this fascinating book.

328 pages, A5, hardcover
PRICE: 27 EUR + postage
Publisher: Edition Roter Drache
Availability: Low stock

Glimpses of the Left Hand Path

This book is a collection of fifteen texts on chosen aspects of the Left Hand Path, including essays, rituals and pathworkings. The articles cover such themes as:

Hecate - Goddess of Darkness, Magic and the Moon
Seven Babylonian Demons of the Underworld
Introduction to Goetic Magic
Rudolf Steiner’s Demonosophy
Demonic, Natural and Qabalistic Magic in the European Renaissance
Sorath - Steiner’s View of the Antichrist
Yatuk Dinoih - Black Magic in Ancient Persia
articles about Pan, Melek Taus, Lilith
...and many more...

140 pages, A5, softcover


Necronomicon Gnosis: A Practical Introduction by Asenath Mason

"Gnosis" means "knowing". The knowledge about the Necronomicon is not based on any historical or mythological tradition but on dreams, visions, vague impressions, and subtle transmissions from the Beyond, which reach sensitive individuals and those who seek to receive them. The authenticity of Necronomicon as a concrete book has never been proved and its worth as a magical system was often questioned. However, if we consider it as a collection of knowledge about the forces from outside the world of creation, dimensions in-between the planes known to humans, the practical work with them acquires a new sense.

This book is based on a very wide literary tradition of the Cthulhu Mythos and diverse aspects of the Lovecraftian magic. The author, who has explored the Necronomicon magic for many years, introduces the reader into this dark and mysterious world: the realm of the Great Old Ones where the forgotten gods lie dead but dreaming and await their return. The book presents basic magical concepts and techniques of their practical use in the context of the Necronomicon gnosis: pacts and ceremonies, astral journeys, dream magic, scrying and travelling through gateways to interstellar dimensions, evocations, invocations, sex magic, shapeshifting, necromancy, etc.These techniques allow for a shift of consciousness in which we are able to experience the nature of the Lovecraftian gods which is normally completely alien to our perception. These forces represent human potentiality - what we may become if we manage to transgress beyond the world of creation which is the prison of our minds. Then we will be able to become like the Great Old Ones - entities of unlimited potential, ever-changing and mutable, creatures of an infinite nature - with possibilities as vast as the eternal Chaos itself. Softcover, 184 pages.