General Update: Five Works Coming Down Fastby Styxhexenhammer666In happy news, I spent the last couple of days (due to excessive heat) not wanting to do any harder literary work, and as such I preferred to complete a short alchemical text (which will be available later this very same day) and to format three works in addition to the two edited herbals awaiting their artwork- when the artwork will be done I am not 100% sure, but I've seen the progress and it's...
Academic and Occult History Books for Saleby Styxhexenhammer666The following is a continuously edited list of texts related to occult archaeology, social studies, and the history of witchcraft and spirituality, which I have edited and released. This list will be updated over time as new titles become available.FEMALE PREEMINENCE
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One of Agrippa's works- this time not spurious. A social tract applauding the sacred feminine, the symbol of the...
A Blog Redesign and General Update!by Styxhexenhammer666At last it is time that my blog here has begun to grow out of its original format. I am actively planning the preliminary stages of acquiring a website to host my material (this blog will cross-link to it and the two operate in tandem using the benefits of both blogspot and my own website, which won't exist for some months to come.)
I have made a major decision in format for this blog; it doesn't...
Cultus Arborum: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
Cultus Arborum is one of the most important works within the span of the more anthropological side of the occult, spiritual, and mystic. Written in 1890, it was created along with works specifically on serpent worship and phallic worship at the time. The Cultus is, of course, about tree worship within a number of cultural contexts.
The content here is dense and quite good; some...
A Comparison Of Five Overlapping Occult Booksby Styxhexenhammer666What follows is a comparison of five different occult works from two overlapping traditions; the Oraculum and the Fortune Telling hand guide. What might have otherwise been two disparate traditions overlaps so significantly that each time I encountered one of the texts I was surprised to a fairly large degree.
What culminates is a fusion and evolution of two literary traditions; the late 1700s...
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