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The Demons of Solomon - Invocations and Talismanic Magick - The Luciferian Apotheca

The Demons of Solomon - Invocations and Talismanic Magick

Author Michael W. Ford introduces his new forthcoming book, "The...
by Michael Ford on September 01, 2020
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The Necromancy & Magick of Hecate - Michael W Ford - The Luciferian Apotheca

The Necromancy & Magick of Hecate - Michael W Ford

A Video of Black Arte by Michael W. Ford with...
by Michael Ford on August 26, 2019
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Hecate Goddess of Crossroads - Michael W Ford

Michael W. Ford discusses the Triad and cultic epithets of Hekate/Hecate: goddess of crossroads, magick, witchcraft, necromancy, Queen of the Dead and her multitude of roles in ancient magick. The Triple Form of Hecate is also described along with variations of her representation throughout history. Music is by AKHTYA. Be sure to check out the 2 Polls found during the video. Luciferian Apotheca offers numerous magical tools related to Hecate including Ritual Oils (for Anointing and Burning), Incense blends, Jewelry, Altar Cloths, Statues and T-Shirts as well.

 

by Michael Ford on August 22, 2019
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Book of the Witch Moon by Michael W. Ford

The Book of the Witch Moon is Michael W. Ford's...
by Steve Morten on January 06, 2014
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Anassa Eneroi: The Infernal Path of Hekate by Michael W. Ford

 In seeking the path of power in our cunning circle, you need not an initiator for all intents and purposes of the path. Seek this road yourself if you have been chosen, if your Daemon seeks to rise up from the abyssic pit of darkness within. Hecate Phosphorus[1] is the witch-mother which by her fire stirs up the dormant sleeper into the cultus of dreams, or nightmares to others[2]. She is both beneficial and malicious, her hunger is sated upon the blood of innocence: for she seeks to initiate and grow in her power. She is Anassa eneroi, the Goddess of the Dead so her wisdom is layered in varied avenues. Of the Daemonic, chthonic and necromantic; her origins are from the earliest Babylonian incantations and spoken hymns

by Michael Ford on July 20, 2012
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