Juju Rouge: Fetich, Blood, and Necromancy
A lecture by David Beth
Saturday 3rd July, 2010
The Britons Protection
50 Great Bridgewater Street,
Manchester. M1 5LE
Fetich sorcery, blood gnosis, and necromancy are three of the most taboo and fascinating topics in magic and occultism. In this talk David Beth will explain how these three areas come together in the unique and powerful juju-cult of the Nganga (Fetich Master) which is operational within the Esoteric Voudon group of La Société Voudon Gnostique. Considered black magic by most, we are being offered a fascinating glimpse into a living and evolving juju-cult transcending orthodox dogmas of good and evil, black and white. David will take us deep into the nocturnal world of the fetich which is a realm of decidedly elemental sorcery and exceptional raw power, drawing on his own experiences and knowledge as the High Priest of this rite.
David Beth was born to German parents in Africa, is the author of the highly acclaimed book ‘Voudon Gnosis’, and has been the main force in the revival of Esoteric Voudon in the past decade. He is the founder of La Société Voudon Gnostique, a selective group of initiates and artists dedicated to manifesting the more powerful, inner revelations and transmissions of the Gods of Esoteric Voudon, as well as to push evolution and research of Voudon Gnosis and sorcery freely beyond all frontiers of orthodoxy. David is also a member of the Fraternitas Borealis and Ecclesia Gnostica Aeterna. University educated in Germany and the USA, he has travelled and lived all over the world from Nigeria to Hamburg, from Los Angeles to London, studying occult systems and gnosis for the past two decades. Currently preparing the publication of a second revised and enlarged edition of ‘Voudon Gnosis’ with Fulgur Ltd., David lives and works between Europe and Brazil.
Time: 7.00 for a 7.30 start
This is a fantastic opportunity to hear David Beth speak on a truly fascinating subject within occultism, in what is his ONLY planned public talk in Europe all year.
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