Drauga Tarikih Edition

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Author: Michael W Ford
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781500417284
Size: 39.55 MB
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Drauga Tarikih Edition by Michael W Ford

Original Title: Drauga Tarikih Edition

The Tarikih Edition is a full color talismanic grimoire with haunting and inspiring plates and sigils. This 'Black' edition is consecrated with the Yatukan Ritual of Geteh Tarikih (Material Darkness). The ceremony is an invocation and assumption of the weapon of Az, given to Ahriman by Zurvan (infinite time). The Yatus assumes the Deific Mask of Ahriman who then takes the black and ashen garment of Az (concupiscence); affirming the left hand path determination of going forth and mastering the world. Drauga - Ahrimanian Yatuk Dinoih the Tarikih (Darkness) Edition features the talismanic sigils of the 7 ArchDaevas (including Aeshma-Asmodeus) colored based on their elemental and demonic attributes to utilize in invocation, meditation and Yatukih practices.

Drauga Indra Edition

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Author: Michael Ford
ISBN: 9781500443054
Size: 78.19 MB
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Drauga Indra Edition by Michael Ford

Original Title: Drauga Indra Edition

The Indra Edition is available as a talismanic edition which is available for the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, July 25th-27th. This edition will be sold by Succubus Productions/Luciferian Apotheca for this time period and will be out of print shortly after. A grimoire honoring Ahriman as the "Prince of the World" and the Daevas as 'Deific Masks' of primal power, DRAUGA has been a work which has been developed and adapted from ancient texts and practical modern interpretation. Presenting the origins of the Yatuk Dinoih (witchcraft) from Bronze Age Mitanni in Mesopotamia, Indo-Aryan North India (Rig Veda) and the cult of the Daevas including the storm/war Daevas Indra and Savar (Rudra), to the Persian Zoroastrian period, DRAUGA offers the historical and mythological foundation of the practices of Yatuk Dinoih and Ahura Mazda, Mithra, Anahita and the pantheons which held balance in the cosmological war of darkness and light. DRAUGA is beautifully illustrated by Kitti Solymosi and Mitchell Nolte, the sigils and illustrations present a gateway to a rich ancient tradition of Persian demonology and modern Left Hand Path (Luciferian) magical practice invoking the primal force of darkness and guiding it internally with the order-bringing Mithraic force of the Solar mysteries. The rites of the Yatuk Dinoih include adaptations from ancient Indo-Aryan, Median, Persian and Zoroastrian inversions associated with the Avesta and Vendidad ceremonies. The Yatukan tradition is centered on gaining insight, power and control over the elementals and internal darkness; the desires and instincts associated with Ahriman allows for pleasure, success, wealth and the balance of death, destruction and cursing ones' enemies.

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