Michael W. Ford - The Abyss And Tabaet

Michael W. Ford - The Abyss And Tabaet

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The purpose of the following essay is to not only examine masks
worn by the fallen angels throughout history as well as to examine
the etymology of the spirit of self-liberation and opposition from the
praxis of occult thought. The very passing of power in the Circle of
Witchcraft and Sorcery is the averse way of bringing into union
Daemon and Man, the intent of the Adversary is life and the
immortality of the spirit. As “Luciferian Witchcraft” and “Liber HVHI”
provide a foundation of sorcery which incorporates an interwoven
praxis of antinomianism and self-deification, the essential origins of
the Daemonic Feminine and Masculine should be further understood
by its origins.
What is regarded as common knowledge depicts that the Luciferian
spirit, what is found are the associative traits and that the Adversary
has existed long before Christianity. The Avestan texts as well as
the Denkard provide a wealth of knowledge of Ahriman from a right
hand path point of view, consider as such a veil which can only be
passed through by the Great Work of initiation.