Mark Passio is a former member of various dark occult organisations, including the Church of Satan. According to Passio, he realised at some point that he could not agree with their belief system, or their ultimate goals, although they are correct in some of what they say about the general public, who are referred to as “the dead”.
Having realised that he had been wrong, and suffering for it, he now dedicates his life to seeking truth and acting on it by bringing vital information out into the open.
Occult knowledge, which simply means hidden knowledge, has been used by dark occultists to control the general public, largely by various forms of mind control – as explained in this lecture series. Passio argues that the remedy to this situation is to bring this knowledge out into the open so that it becomes common knowledge, as opposed to hidden knowledge. In this way it will become impossible to control people using knowledge that is known only to the few.
In the 21st century, many ancestral beliefs are struggling to survive in a hostile, fast-changing world. In southeast Ivory Coast, some Akan communities still make contact with the spirits through Komians, or animistic priests, who go into a trance and are possessed by the spirits of the Forest and the Waters. In the film a young man from Abidjan will set out on a journey to visit his animistic master’s grave and carry out a ritual libation. On his travel, he will attend the initiation rites of three people chosen by the spirits and witness one of them proclaimed as the new Komian, or high animistic priest.
Luciferians do not attempt nor care about converting Christians, rather just banishing them away with knowledge of non-Christian biased archeological and scientific history. The Slave-Mentality and Blind Faith of a christian perception has a clear sickness in the brain which blocks any attempt to allow reason or other viewpoints to enter. Always when confronted with Science and historical/archeological evidence that disputes the bible, phrases like ‘You must have faith’, ‘Don’t question God and Jesus’ and my personal favorite, ‘that’s what the devil wants you to believe’ are tossed around as if YOU are the crazy one! Luciferians and Satanists with especially urgency to Neo-Pagans, Wiccans and the like should consider what a little historical understanding can do for the mind and as a defense for those bringing the Nazarene sickness to others. Don’t pity sheep witnessing the bible, rather put them back in their cage by simply utilizing reason and some basic archeological facts. Michael W. Ford discusses CHAPTER ONE of ‘Dragon of the Two Flames’ and the foundation of the Canaanite grimoire based on etymological/historical/archeological and non-Christian sources which support the fact that Judeo-Christian texts now call the Bible were taken from other cultural myths and Yahweh was a rather irritated late-comer to the Ancient Near East.
The Necronomicon is a fictional book from the stories of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. It was first mentioned in Lovecraft’s 1924 short story “The Hound”, written in 1922, though its purported author, the “Mad Arab” Abdul Alhazred, had been quoted a year earlier in Lovecraft’s “The Nameless City”. Among other things, the work contains an account of the Old Ones, their history, and the means for summoning them. Other authors such as August Derleth and Clark Ashton Smith also cited it in their works; Lovecraft approved, believing such common allusions built up “a background of evil verisimilitude.” Many readers have believed it to be a real work, with booksellers and librarians receiving many requests for it; pranksters have listed it in rare book catalogues, and a student smuggled a card for it into the Yale University Library’s card catalog. This a three film adoptation that is the mythos of HP Lovecraft
This is an insanely detailed and long look at the Vatican and its satanic beliefs, practices and doctrines.
An in-depth look at at occult practices in Ghana.
A lecture on the occult by Bobby Hemmit
Michael W. Ford discusses the origins of Baphomet from pre-Christian origins to Aleister Crowley, Luciferian Witchcraft and modern left hand path symbolism. Baphomet has a composition of many key elements in the occult traditions and is by end result a symbol of the Magus/Black Adept who is balanced with his or her Daemon (True Will).
This film is an impression of the African voodoo which is still an important part of the daily life in Africa.
Mr Bivine Namaya who converted to the Christian religion some years ago shares his experiences of both sides.
The traditional African religion, voodoo and the religion of the western world, Christianity.
Jeff Fahey stars as Liam Bass, a man whose elopement with his girlfriend comes to a brutal end after she is murdered and he is seriously wounded by a gang of vicious thugs. Years pass, Liam gets a new girlfriend, Laura (Ami Dolenz), and starts fooling around with virtual reality. One day, while gazing through his virtual reality visor, he sees his dead fiancée, and before you can say “does that count as cheating?” the two have resumed their torrid sex life. Laura, meanwhile, is none too thrilled and decides to get retribution. Homicide, pistol whipping, body painting, sex with multiple partners, and gratuitous use of Elvis all follow.