New blog entry ponders the challenges in the Life of an Occultist. Soror Heith writes how she feels after 3,5 years in the Brotherhood and points out some possible crises that may occur in the path of an Occultist.
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The English translation of Argarizim: The Fall of Lucifer by Johannes Nefastos has been published by Ixaxaar Occult Publications. Also a new print of Fosforos (in English) is available from the publisher Ixaxaar.
We know that the brotherhood’s tree has three roots: Will, Love, and Honesty. It only has one trunk, that of the doctrine of oneness and brotherhood: reconciling the differences, understanding all the different sides of the same esoteric ideal as much as possible…
Star of Azazel is now 10 years old. The Speech given in the Star of Azazel’s Annual Meeting is now online.
Some new articles have been released on the website. Two texts by Frater Nefastos: About Esoteric Guidance and Six Paragraphs On Satanism, and an article by Frater Fatuus concerning The Aspect of Chalice are now available.
The Star of Azazel has released its first annual publication in English. Unseen Fire I consists of writings by members of the fraternity. Illustrated paperback, 127 pages. Priced at 20 € + shipping & 5% Paypal fee.
Articles from Fratres Nefastos, obnoxion, Jiva, Kenazis and Sebomai.
Limited edition of 370 copies, each hand – numbered
More information can be found from publications and from our forum.
The Star of Azazel has renewed its membership application process.
Two new articles have been released on the website. Frater Sebomai brings us a commentary on the second chapter of The Song of Solomon. Frater Obnoxion writes about the Left Hand Path through The Example of the Witch of En-Dor.
An article by fra Wyrmfang about the Star of Azazel’s stance on politics has now been translated and published.
Translation of Johannes Nefastos’ book “FOSFOROS: Study On the Being and Essence of Satan and on the Occult Philosophy in Six Parts” has been published by Ixaxaar.