The Religion of Ancient Palestine: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
Here is another creation series work, one which I finished a week ago but which got caught up in Amazons' massively slow processing system. It is partly linguistic but unlike the last two titles is mostly about religious history and how the various spiritual systems that would contribute to Judeochristianity co-evolved and borrowed imagery and words and ideas from one another. It...
The Religion of Ancient Egypt: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This is yet another of the works from the creation series of the early 20th century. It is as rigorous and dense as the prior edition on Assyria and Babylon; much of the content is a very detailed list of major deities, their basic histories, and a bit of their evolution over time (Egyptian religion is far from homogeneous- it continued to develop longer than any other system...
Realms of the Egyptian Dead: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This little work is one of the better, more dense pieces of Egyptology I've come across- one of the reasons I prioritized it in the new slew of works I have planned for the rest of 2018 into, probably, as late as mid 2020. Written by Alfred Wiedemann in the golden era of Victorian academic works, it is a broad overview of a few important topics within Egyptian pagan lore-...
General Update: A Return to Editing and Lesser Keys!by Styxhexenhammer666Alright literary world; I am happy to announce that I have finally figured out a way to return to editing, and of course I must give a quick update on Lesser Keys progress!
I shall do the latter first; my artist at last check was half done with the Theurgia Goetia illustrations. Since the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina were done to begin with, we're nearing the end of that chapter of work- which is...
Aryan Sun Myths: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This work is one of the best academic treatments of religious history that I have encountered. It spans a dozen cultures and many centuries in its pages, going from Babylon, Egypt, and ancient India, up through Greece, Rome, and into the then-modern period of the late 19th century.
Most of the lore here is in the form of historical quotation from Tacitus, Pliny, Caesar, and others,...
The Chaldean Account of the Deluge: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This short tract is an interesting primary source that led directly to the writing of Smith's longer "Chaldean account of Genesis." An archaeologist in the late 1800s, Smith was instrumental in some of the digs at Ninevah and elsewhere and was apparently self taught in cuneiform translation.
While this treatise, which translates what would become part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, was...