Fosforos has 46 ratings and 5 reviews. Christopher said: This is my favorite book ever. It is the deepest, most profound experience I’ve ever had reading. Results 1 – 11 of 11 PILLARS – The Scalding of Sapientia. by Various contributors: Denis Forkas Kostromitin, Sarah Sheil, Gabriel McCaughry, Robert W. Cook. Argarizim continues studies where Fosforos left off; disclosing a deeper understanding of the Luciferian gnosis, one that is not focused on carnality or egotism.
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A nerastos book for bonkers people. Brian Doering rated it liked it Dec 04, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Overall, the book is quite fascinating and will be indispensable for anyone who has followed the previous two entries in the trilogy. This is especially apparent in the discussion of rituals of adoration and the manner in which these may easily devolve into purely sexual rites if no outlet johahnes given to the natural human inclination and the need to celestify or spiritualize the sexual.
Also nefaetos is an appendix giving a brief and clear definition of the Hieroglyphic Key of the Seven Principles, and another concerning the post-mortem states of a human being. Andrea rated it really liked it Sep 10, It was only ever released in a limited edition of fifty copies in Finnish.
Published by Ixaxaar first published A very good book recommended for anyone with a slight intrest in theistic satanism.
Preview — Fosforos by Johannes Nefastos. This is where the philosophy in the book diverges the most from Theosophical teachings. Refresh and try again. Many of these concepts may be unfamiliar nevastos readers who have not experienced the writings and cosmology of The Theosophical Society. The most in depth and complete essay on LHP thinking I have read in my decades of practice. Fosforos begins with the principle of absolute unity in its first part, Polyharmonia- Nefaastos Philosophy of Oneness.
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Nefastos has stated that the intention of Argarizim was to johznnes a Luciferian understanding and greater sensitivity to all aspects of the Satanic myths to the Theosophical movement. In the modern anglophone occult world, the Theosophical society is sometimes regarded as something of a relic and a curiosity—an old strong branch that gave birth to many vibrant children.
I would highly recommend Argarizim for anyone interested in a nuanced and developed take on Luciferian spirituality. To ask other readers questions about The Catechism of Luciferplease sign up.
What may be most unusual about Argarizim is the aforementioned relationship with Theosophy which is so fundamental to understanding the text. These three titles complete a series in which this most recent release, Argarizimforms the central pillar of the overarching occult philosophy. No trivia or quizzes yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. According to the author, this notion of unification is of paramount importance to understanding and following either path.
It is interesting to note that many ninth-century occultists, Eliphas Levi among them, equated the Holy Spirit with Lucifer. It is extremely dense despite its short length of pages.
This is my favorite book ever.
Intriguingly, the book was originally one of two separate treatises, each centered on a diametrically opposed aspect of Christian mythology. Doyle rated it liked it Mar 09, Unlike many overtly satanic tomes of self-professed left-hand path occultism, the theology espoused here does not rely on adolescent inversions or contrarian tantrums of blasphemy.
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Dregvant rated it liked it Mar 15, No trivia or quizzes yet. Jesus loving bullshit from a “satanist”, meh. Argarizim was first written in the summer of in conjunction with the founding of the Order of the Star of Azazel. Uncategorized April 29, It would be beneficial to have a passing familiarity with the cosmology of the Theosophists and their relationship to both Lucifer and left-handed occult practice.
It’s mainly based on theosophy and their views and values which reflect on this book. Each path represents an aspect of God and the journey back to reintegration and unification.
We also nefastox the intriguing notion that purely mefastos spirituality, in which some object or ideal outside the self is venerated as an ultimate spiritual power, can result in a power nefastoz in which the object of devotion becomes an abusive and invasive force in the life of the worshiper, likening the result to a kind of spiritual rape by an unbridled higher power.
The six different parts of Fosforos each approach from a different perspective the core ideas of the text, namely Satan and the Occult science of Magic.
I think it may well inspire a new look at Theosophy among modern occultists. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
The second volume, Argarizim: Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is in no way a bad thing.
The second part, Discordamelior- The Philosophy of Perdition discusses the fundamental problem of seeming duality, the breach within the cosmic harmony, manifesting itself as Evil. Dustin rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Lists with This Book.
The first book, known as Argarizim: Hands down, one of the most treasured gems of knowledge in my collection. The fourth part, Pentagrammaton – The Consistency of Man and the Practice of Magic, turns its attention towards the microcosm and man as the demiurge, capable of harnessing his mental prowess for the work of very deep and real magical creation.