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DRAUGA - Ahrimanian Yatuk Dinoih by Michael W. Ford
Illustrated by Kitti Solymosi & Mitchell Nolte
Softcover Edition: 6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
Full Color Dust Jacket, Black Linen cover with White foil print. 260 pages
A grimoire honoring Ahriman as the “Prince of the World” and the Daevas as ‘Deific Masks’ of primal power, DRAUGA has been a work which has been developed and adapted from ancient texts and practical modern interpretation. Presenting the origins of the Yatuk Dinoih (witchcraft) from Bronze Age Mitanni in Mesopotamia, Indo-Aryan North India (Rig Veda) and the cult of the Daevas including the storm/war Daevas Indra and Savar (Rudra), to the Persian Zoroastrian period, DRAUGA offers the historical and mythological foundation of the practices of Yatuk Dinoih and Ahura Mazda, Mithra, Anahita and the pantheons which held balance in the cosmological war of darkness and light.
DRAUGA is beautifully illustrated by Kitti Solymosi and Mitchell Nolte, the sigils and illustrations present a gateway to a rich ancient tradition of Persian demonology and modern Left Hand Path (Luciferian) magical practice invoking the primal force of darkness and guiding it internally with the order-bringing Mithraic force of the Solar mysteries.
The rites of the Yatuk Dinoih include adaptations from ancient Indo-Aryan, Median, Persian and Zoroastrian inversions associated with the Avesta and Vendidad ceremonies. The Yatukan tradition is centered on gaining insight, power and control over the elementals and internal darkness; the desires and instincts associated with Ahriman allows for pleasure, success, wealth and the balance of death, destruction and cursing ones’ enemies.
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