Vampyrism: Donorship is Preposterous

The majority of the “vampyric community” operates under the guidelines of moralistic doctrine referred to as the Black Veil, and are thus hesitant to predate upon a mortal without expressed permission. This leads them to pursue donors—individuals with a basic comprehension of vampyrism who willingly give of themselves unto the vampyre.

In Liber Nosferatu, it is stated that a vampyre who feeds upon strangers is a “parasite,” and the reader is instructed not to feed without consent.

By following such nonsense and seeking out donors, the witch does much more damage than she otherwise would. Most non-moralistic vampyres feed briefly upon various different passers by or deeply on a particularly appetizing one of the same. While a deep feed will result in fatigue and irritability, and can result in fainting, illness, and bruising or irritation of the skin if pursued to the extremes, even deeply feeding on a stranger is preferable to feeding upon a donor.

After all, the kind of person who would volunteer for donation is clearly a kind and caring friend. If the vampyre must select a person to incur detriment, the well-being of a loved one should outvalues the well-being of a stranger. A friend should be afforded a varying degree of loyalty and good wishes and it is errant to treat them like an ash tray.

Moreover, the donor would necessarily be fed upon routinely. Why would the witch want to detriment a loved one regularly instead of causing multiple unimportant people, people to whom she owes no loyalty, enervation once or twice in the course of their lives?

Being regularly penetrated by tendrils weakens the aura of the target and creates permanent weak spots therein. It could even force the donor to take on the vampyric appetite, albeit temporarily.

Psychic vampyres incur certain degrees of stigma amongst certain elements of the Satanist scene, particularly those influenced by LaVeyan or Setian philosophy. It is clear that this stigma rightly belongs to unawakened vampyres, whose Hunger inclines them to histrionic behaviors and the routine enervation of whomever they fraternize with.

Routinely feeding upon the same individuals, whether one is awakened or not, is far more parasitic than what is recommended in these texts.

-V.K. Jehannum

Commentary on Liber 21 by Asha’Shedim

What follows is a commentary on a brief treatise by Asha’Shedim/John Putigano/Aka Paimon called Liber 21. It is presented like a riddle which I intend to solve. Here is the file in its entirety. I do not agree with the prophecies included in its last two verses.
Liber 21

It’s separated into eight numbered verses and said to be written with Gematria. After the eight verses follow a few paragraphs elaborating on them. Excerpts from the text will appear in normal-colored font.

  1. Those who master their art and align with the lawless are those who will be free.

The “art” is clearly magick with a k. K is the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and since 8 is the number of the Great Work (communion with the Higher Self).
“The lawless” appears to the forces of infernality. The postulation that those who follow the Azerate/Havayoth will attain freedom is contingent upon the Gnostic belief that Yahweh created the Cosmos and keeps mankind imprisoned therein, restraining our spiritual potential thereby.

2. Descendants of Qayin, do not stop your journey, for a union awaits you.

This refers to the belief that Qayin/Cain/Qabeel was a Satanist and the founder of the Satanic path. Asha’Shedim, among other authors, believes that Qayin and his “twin” Qalmana/Luluwa were the first Satanists who murdered their siblings Abel/Habeel and their female fourth sibling.
In order to understand the truth contained within this narrative, one must understand the way that Hebrew writers recorded knowledge. The ideas of historicity and factual information are rather modern inventions– prior authors recounted truths about people(s) through fictitious narratives which serve to illustrate their character.
If a Hebrew writer were to write about Asha’Shedim and introduce his character to the audience by writing that “Asha’Shedim once hexed an entire coven and brought about their deaths in doing so.” While this never happened, it conveys the truth that Asha’Shedim is an incredibly magickally powerful person. My source for this manner of interpreting myth is a Biblical scholar named Reza Azlan.
In reading the narrative about Qayin and Luluwa, one should not assume that they are literally twin siblings. I consulted Ba’al on the historicity of this narrative and found it not to be literally true in various regards, although the “twins” were indeed literal humans and were the first witches.
The “union” mentioned in the verse refers to the union of opposites purveyed by Eliphas Levi’s illustration of the Goat of Mendes which has come to be named Baphomet, who is also called Octinomos. The union of opposites, which is a dissolution of the ego, is the end goal of magick and alchemy, and David Myatt calls it enantiodromia.

3. The gift is waiting for you in union of Choronzon-Sophia.

The gift would be the philosopher’s stone. I do not know much regarding Choronzon or Sophia, but I would guess that Choronzon represents (in this context) the dissolution of the ego and that Sophia represents the azoth/akasha/fifth element present within matter and mankind, or something else which symbolizes the root of mankind’s latent spiritual potentiality.
When an Occultist refers to the “ego,” they are not speaking in the colloquial sense (“ego” is colloquially used to signify hubris). They refer to the illusion, which is an illusion of matter/causality, of self-definition– our errant idea of who we are as people.

4. But a message has been delivered, hidden in numbers. The secret number is 21.

21 represents the union of opposites as well as the Black Flame which imparts individuality/separation unto humanity. 2 is considered to be a Satanic number in Judao-Mysticism, as it symbolizes the division of the unity which Yahweh is alleged to represent. This unity is symbolized by the number 1.

5a. To awaken the blind one the blood of humans must be shed to the Blood Mother. Sacrifice in her honor. Pour the blood with milk and honor with song, but be sure to praise the dark lord first.

The blind one is Tanin’iver, the serpent used to represent the latent Kundalini. The Blood Mother is the Sevenfold Way’s variate of Baphomet, who once again represents the conclusion of the Great Work. The last stage of the Great Work is called rubedo [reddening].
Milk is representative of semen; the mixture of menstrual blood (uncreative) with semen (procreative) is symbolic of the union of opposites.

-V.K. Jehannum, 2016 Anno Maleficarum

 

Rituals of Blasphemy to Cleanse the Mind of Latent Indoctrination

In my dream, I had peeled back the window curtain of my bedchamber and been startled by the appearance of a pitch-black fiend. Startled and stumbling backwards, I called out to Jehovah for help.

I was mad at myself after having this dream, but it served as a reminder to cleanse myself of my fundamentalist childhood indoctrination via blasphemous rites and chants.

My second reminder came from when I was walking by a church to my high school– I was 17. I felt a sudden dread for the damnation promised to me by Christians. While I knew, intellectually, for certain that I had no perdition to fear, that didn’t cause the fear to abate.

These experiences, while clearly significant at the time when they occurred, have not recurred in years. However, I have met several younger Satanists who experienced that dread, and two who even had dreams very similar to mine.

Ergo, I have decided to link to a ritual by Daemon Caliph/Stephen Bleach which blasphemes Yehowah.
http://theisticsatanism.com/bgoat/rituals/LPBackwards.html

The Demonic Bible has several hermetic rites of blasphemy which may be performed in a very short period of time.
http://www.demonical.com/demonicb.pdf

The Order of the Nine Angles’s Black Book of Satan and Anton Szandor LaVey’s The Satanic Rituals both have blasphemous rites which are meant for groups. If the individual desires a solitary rite and is unsatisfied by the Hermetic rites cited above, he may copy and paste lines from the group rites in the books below to make a ritual suited to his aesthetic desires.
http://cdn.preterhuman.net/texts/religion.occult.new_age/occult_library/Rites_of_Lucifer.pdf
http://www.o9a.org/wp-content/uploads/Black-Book-of-Satan.pdf

My citation/provision of these rites should not be interpreted as endorsements of the source texts, the authors, or the philosophies they espouse.

-V.K. Jehannum

WSA 352 Plagiarized the Temple of Set

You’ll never catch me talking shit about the Temple of Set for one simple reason: I don’t know their material. Once I’ve reread Black Magic by Aquino attempted some of the 66 Secret Setian Rites you can bet I’ll give my full goddamn review.

One group that constantly talks shit about the Temple of Set is a nexion (grotto) of the Order of the Nine Angles called WSA 352– a group of “Progressive Satanists” with strong influences from gang culture and oriental spirituality. The name stands for Waffen-Schaft Azagthoth, which basically translates to army/soldiers of Azagthoth, the supreme being in ONA cosmology and old Islamic belief.

One of the WSA 352’s main texts is called Opus Vrillis, a very expansive work which contains, among other things, a series of rituals. Among these rituals is one called the Bond of Nine Angles, which draws heavily on Lovecraftian imagery.

The problem is, this ritual is very clearly based off of the Ceremony of the Nine Angles, which appears in the Satanic Rituals by Anton Szandor LaVey. According to Church of Satan by Michael Aquino, Aquino ghost-wrote the ritual for LaVey– a postulation that I can attest to the truth of, since Aquino has since published translations of the fake language he created for the Ceremony.

The Bond even deliberately plagiarizes several lines from the source material, such as the opening “Let us do honor to Azathoth, without whose laughter we would not be.” While there are several WSA 352-specific chants used within the rite, the rite is still very much a regurgitation.

This is reminiscent of a lady who talks shit about her ex 24/7 while booty calling him and flicking the bean in memory of doing so. If she wants to fuck him, she should just own it, and the existence of the Bond should be interpreted as a direct and telling endorsement of Michael Aquino’s magickal teachings. Personally, I cannot second the endorsement, because I hardly know shit about ToS and I’m not going to pontificate about its values.

I am posting this as a lesson to students of the Left Hand Path– do not disregard a tradition you have no experience or comprehension of, because the people telling you to hate that magickal school might be plagiarizing it deliberately.

-V.K. Jehannum

Green is the Color of the Vampyre

Many different vampyres have conferred to me that they felt an intuitive link to the color green as a color of power. The first of these was a covenmate, who spoke out of his intuition. The second was Kaos Butterfly, whom always felt green to be a color of magickal power as well. The third was Morain himself, who considers green his favorite color as well as the color of his aura.

Kaos told me that the most vampyric people he’s met have had green eyes, and an allegory called Porcelain Face Programming from the Tempel ov Blood’s inner journal gives their vampyric adept protagonist sea green eyes.

In Encylopedia of Vampire Mythology, Theresa Bane writes the following:
“The color green has played a part in Celtic and Chinese vampire lore from early beginnings. Usually in their stories, if green is mentioned as being the color of someone’s clothing or HAIR, it is something of an early indicator to the listener or reader that the person is in fact some sort of vampire. Lamps are narrated as suddenly burning with a green flame when a vampire enters a room. This ancient custom has found its way in modern storytelling; H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and Bram Stoker have all used this color to point out the undead to their readers.

In the depictions of the vampyric fairies and zombies presented by the text, green is often shown to be interchangeable with white, particularly in the case of vampyric fae such as banshees.

Green is the color of envy, both in New Age color signification and in modern folk lore. Ergo, it is sensible to link the color to the practice of vampyrism. It’s also the color of the chakra in the middle of the spine– the one which connects to the shoulder chakras and disperses energy throughout sushuma.

Plants can’t digest green light. The reason they look green is because that color of light is bouncing off of them. Since born vampyres cannot properly digest natural prana, we have a sensible correlation.

-V.K. Jehannum

Belial (Goetia #68)

Alternate Names: Beliar, Belial, Belia’al, Beliel, Belias, Belu, Matanbuchus, Meterbuchus, Mechembuchus, Mortifer [Deathbringer], Rex Mundis [King of the Earth],
Magickal Numbers: 37, 94, and 95
Rank: Viceroy; Great Chief; Gatekeeper; King
Colors: White, Yellow, Black
Zodiac: Aquarius 10-20; Leo 15-19
Date: Aug 8-12; Winter Solstice; Feb 24-29
Metal: Gold
Path: 28/Tzaddi/Aquarius
Incense: Balm; Cedar; Vetivert; Lemon; Patchouli; Sandalwood
Legions: 80; 50
Date: Jan 30-Feb 8
Direction: South
Tarot: 6 of Swords
D/N: Nocturnal
Planet: Sun
Element: Fire; Earth
Oleum: traditional base + cedar, vetivert, sandalwood, patchouli

The demon Belial, who is a great infernal gatekeeper and psychopomp, is said to be cognizant of the darkest secrets to demonic alchemy. Called the Scorpion God and regarded as a god of sorcery and initiation, he is also named Mortifer, or the Bearer of Death. A god of lawlessness and iniquity, he teaches necromancy and vampyrism. He is a harbinger of death and destruction who gives aid in rites of execration.

Belial is gifted in granting occupational and political ascent to the witch. He rules achievement, autonomy, and independence, and brings about many friends and popularity. He presides over warriors and murderers, and he can be called upon to bestow aggression upon the witch. He is considered a god of war and a harbinger of anarchy who can incite targets to fury and rage. Belial is said to appear on fields of battle, a god of war, surrounded by ravens and creatures of prey.

Belial’s name is translated as “wickedness,” “worthless,” and “without a master.” Contemplate the fact that, to some, these words are considered synonymous.

It is said that he can reveal the mysteries of self-sacrifice to the witch.

The writings of Michael W. Ford, S. Conolly, and E. A. Koetting all record that Belial demands sacrifice upon evocation, usually sexual, though Koetting records a requirement for blood. Oddly enough, when I was summoning a group of demons (Winter Solstice), and I intended to give my offerings to all of them, but Belial told me to divide his would-be offering among the other spirits.

His traditional enn is “Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehlic Belial.” I use the chants “Rex Mortifer, Veniat ad Me” [Come to Me, Death-Bearing King] and “Veniat ad Me, Belial Rex Mundis” [Come to Me, Belial King of the Earth]. Asha’Shedim’s chant “Iaus Belial” is helpful as well. I also use “Agios Belias Rex Bohu” [Numinous (is) Belias the King of Emptiness].

-V.K. Jehannum

Sources
Daemonolatry Goetia  by S. Conolly
Liber Satangelica by Nathaniel J. Harris
A Manual of Occultism by Sepharial
The Scorpion God by Mark Alan Smith
The Goetia Ritual by Kuriakos
Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia
Visions of the Nightside by Black Tower Publishing
Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology by J. Gordon Melton
Book of Belial by Asha’Shedim
Works of Darkness by E.A. Koetting
Pseudomonarchium Daemonum
Satanism Today by James R. Lewis
The Black Raven
The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage Book III
The Goetia of Solomon the King
The Luciferian Goetia by Michael W. Ford
The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic by J. Thorp

Mammon

mammon 2

The biblical references to Mammon were originally interpreted as references to the vice of greed rather than a presiding deity of greed. Shortly thereafter, another commentator interpreted the scriptural passages as references to a demon. While most Satanists conclude that the original interpretation is true just because it came first, such reasoning is fallacious. It is possible that, if seeing Mammon as a demon was a misinterpretation, that a particular demon became aware of the folly and took the name of Mammon upon himself to capitalize on the marketing. Either way, let us discuss the great demon known as Mammon.

Mammon rules over greed, wealth, avarice, ambition, aggression, and the lust for money. Known as Hell’s ambassador to England, he is the God of Merchants and Thieves and the Lord of Money. He is the Prince of Ninth Order of Demons known as Tempters and he is recorded to preside over sexual intercourse. He teaches in the art of evocation.

Mammon is the one who scours the planes for precious stones to use in the construction of Pandemonium, the demon’s capital city. He is purported by some to further the agendas of Sorath, and purported by others to serve Lucifer directly alongside Beelzebuth. While a writer named Gregory of Nyssa has postulated that Mammon and Beelzebuth are the same being (with Mammon presumably being an aspect of Beelzebuth), and other writers have equated Mammon with Satan and Lucifer, I deny all these claims.

Mammon is a cunning and draconic spirit who doesn’t take shit from anyone. He corresponds to the elements of Earth and Fire and he has the planetary influence of Venus Illegitima and he is attributed to Gamaliel (Lilith/Black Moon).

Mammon temporarily possessed a Satanist named Frederick Nagash, thereupon revealing that his magick number were 24,578 and 8. He leads 30 legions– a very common number of legions for demons to lead.

The magickal numbers I channeled for Mammon are 31, 35, and 61. The enn or summoning mantra for Mammon is “Tasa Mammon on ca lirach.” My chant for calling him is “Liftoach Pandemonium, et germinet Mammon.”

Sources:
Satanism Today by James R. Lewis
Glimpses of the Left Hand Path
Wikipedia
A Manual of Occultism by Sepharial
The Encyclopedia of Demons & Demonology by Rosemary Ellen Guiley
The Nag Hammadi Library
Church of Lucifer by Frederick Nagash
Practical Kabbalah by Robert Ambelain