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...
Phallic Objects: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This work is a bit more like "Archaic Rock Inscriptions" than it is the progenitor work "Phallism" albeit it is from the same series. Like other works within the phallism series (again, as always, possibly but not definitively a work by Jennings Hargrave) it relies predominantly on secondary sources, in this case mostly archaeological.
It's a good work; mostly it covers the...
Phallism (Crux Ansata): Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This work is wonderfully well crafted- not simply fixating solely on phallic worship in the most literal sense, it also describes the typical pagan origins of the christian cross, the phallic inclusions into then-modern christian, jewish, and islamic architecture, and describes the rituals of Hinduism, Mesoamerican natives, and others with regards to the phallus.
A counterpart to...
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...
Triple Update: Demoniality, Cultus Arborum, Sickness in Hellby Styxhexenhammer666Time for a short update; "Demoniality" has been completed; indeed, it would already be available, but I noticed a misspelling on the cover I designed and had to resubmit the work again; which means it won't be live until tonight. After the Latin and ads were taken out and the formerly gigantic trim size brought to modern standards, the work was 90 pages in length. It's certainly worth a read; it's...