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  • March 23, 2017
  • HM Wayman

10 year Anniversary

10 years ago in 2007 The Luciferian Apotheca began its humble beginnings. The idea came from a conversation about ritual tools and the lack Luciferian and Satanic related items. Michael said that throughout his 14 years as a practicing Luciferian , he found it difficult to find items directly related to the Left Hand Path.  Most magickal offerings were Wiccan...

The Day of Ahriman and Luciferian Sorcery by Michael W. Ford

Within the lore and symbolism of the various paths of Luciferianism, a date of ancient Zoroastrian origin holds considerable value to recognizing the power of challenge in nature. The path of ancient Persian sorcery or witchcraft, known in Pahlavi as 'yatukdinoih' is celebrated as self-liberation and empowerment from restrictive dogma of monotheism. In the dualism of Zoroastrianism, the Adversary known...

  • December 24, 2016
  • Michael Ford

Imagination and Ritual for the Rational Luciferian by Michael W Ford

The actual practice of Magick is an art which draws on the imagination and the association of symbolic meaning. For the Adept who creates a functional space which is centered on the altar, every tool and object should have a basic meaning concerning purpose. The first priority of a neophyte is to study and understand the structure of ritual. You...

  • December 21, 2016
  • Michael Ford

A Short Note on Magick and Sorcery in Luciferianism by Michael W. Ford

The foundation philosophy of Luciferianism is easily identified in the "11 Luciferian Points of Power", a key to applying and integrating into every life and strengthening your "temple" of Mind, Body and Spirit. To walk the Left Hand Path is to have determination, strength, discipline and the desire of this life here and now; additionally, your personal transformation and potential...

  • March 14, 2016
  • Michael Ford

Ishtar

Ishtar/Inanna is a very powerful goddess who appears in numerous deific masks or goddess-forms throughout the Mesopotamian pantheon. Ishtar is both a goddess of intense beauty, sexual desire and also a warlike spirit of violence and mastery. Ishtar is called a “wolf” as in “you are a wolf sent forth to snatch a lamb” and is the sister of Ereshkigal....