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.
Despite its paradoxical and labyrinthine manner of expression, often using totally opposing arguments to understand and live for the great whole, Fosforos is not written to be just another theoretical study of the Left Hand Path, philosophical treatise, or Satanic Manifesto, but rather is a work for devotional and practical living, should the reader choose to aspire on this narrow path of Ascension. Laimis Rokantenas rated it it was amazing Jul 19, Furthermore, the path of Satan is not as simple as a necrosadistic drive to destruction.
The Catechism of Lucifer by Johannes Nefastos. This is where the philosophy in the book diverges the most from Theosophical teachings.
To ask other readers questions about Fosforosplease sign up. He also criticizes the left-hand path for its lack of prohibition of violence. Return to Book Page. Aleksanteri Isengard rated it really liked it Oct 13, Be the first to ask a question about The Catechism of Lucifer. Jul 08, Christopher Ropes added it Shelves: The fundamental notion of Argarizim is the drive to study and understand both of these paths in relation to one another.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. The second volume, Argarizim: In the third part, Necrosophia – The Philosophy of Death, the almost collapsed and already rotten state of the world we know is observed as leading towards purifying Death and Rebirth. The first book, known as Argarizim: He is also founder of The Star of Azazel, a satanic brotherhood conceived of in and manifested in The book Argarizim is heavily influenced by the works of Madame Blatavisty and her philosophy, so the model of the two paths is a more-than-acceptable mechanism to explore a dualist approach to attainment in which the benefits and dangers of both light and dark are weighed and unified.
It will cost you, but well worth it for the serious philosopher. Reisner rated it did not like it Jul 09, Signor Mambrino rated it did not like it Nov 07, The most in depth and complete essay on LHP thinking I have read in my decades of practice. The right-hand path and its traditional prohibitions against sexuality are criticized. The fifth part, Cista Mystica – The Symbology of Satanism, introduces several important Satanic themes and symbols, like Demonology, the problem of universal paradox and suffering, and the prophesied coming of the Antichrist.
Published first published January 1st 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.
Nefastos has written numerous esoteric books in Finnish during the years Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Aleksanteri Isengard rated it really liked it Nov 28, According to Nefastos, the Catholic Church has passed these mysteries down through the ages without unlocking or understanding their core. Books by Johannes Nefastos. Qayin Mortifer rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Fosforos begins with the principle of absolute unity in its first part, Polyharmonia- The Philosophy of Oneness.
Argarizim represents a methodology in which both aspects of the soul the light and dark paths are developed in tandem to avoid the inevitable collapse brought about by over-development some individual aspect of the soul.
Dregvant rated it liked it Mar 15, The Catechism is an excellent ‘play’ on the idea of the Catechism of the Catholic church. Hohannes would highly recommend Argarizim for anyone interested in a nuanced and developed take on Luciferian spirituality.
Throughout the book, scripture is quoted in support johanjes this alternate reading, The spiritual path outlined here ultimately seeks to reconcile the lessons of The Sermon on the Mount and The Fall of Luciferrespectively: This unification includes all things light and dark, nefastod and evil, God and Satan. Emmorxes rated it liked it Mar 17, Hands down, one of the most treasured gems of knowledge in my collection. Zed Livjatan rated it really liked it May 19, Dustin rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Personally I’m not sure I agree with the sentiments, but the style of writing and presentation is impressive.
I nefashos it may well inspire a new look at Theosophy among modern occultists. While there has been recent criticism of this approach as being everything from a misreading of source texts to colonialist, we will leave discussions of the cultural validity of such nomenclature for another jkhannes. These two paths have been preserved, embalmed if you will, within Christian doctrine yet fundamentally misunderstood and unperfected.
The core theory driving the book is that these two mytho-poetic cycles—the Sermon on the Mount and the fall of Lucifer—represent the right and left-hand path respectively.
The Catechism of Lucifer by Johannes Nefastos
There is a richness and depth in these older methodologies which can only help to elucidate our own practice when we look for ways to open and explore that which they still have to offer. Concepts introduced in previous passages will return and will be important to fashion a true understanding of the overall message. Open Preview See a Problem?
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.
This could manifest in the overindulgence of the shadow or an untenable devotion to a spirituality johannrs of shadow. Brian Doering rated it liked it Dec 04, Argarizim is not an overtly visual text that lends itself to paging through like many of the heavily illustrated grimoires of late.