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Feral Greetings,

A lot of you will probably want to keep up to date with this new publisher that I am involved with:

http://belzebez.se/

This page is currently being born, so please head on over and sign up for the newsletter.

I mörkret, vägen!
Michael Idehall


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Azidonis
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"Idehall" wrote:
A lot of you will probably want to keep up to date with this new publisher that I am involved with:

Why?

And, is this the scope of the project: "The purpose of FERAL TRANSMISSIONS is to facilitate the communication between the followers of the path of the left hand in a cohesive context."?


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"Azidonis" wrote:
And, is this the scope of the project: "The purpose of FERAL TRANSMISSIONS is to facilitate the communication between the followers of the path of the left hand in a cohesive context."?

Hi Azidonis,

The sentence that you have quoted was apart of a first attempt at describing a journal that BELZEBEZ is going to publish in the not too distant future. The wording of the description does not fully describe the scope of the journal, because as I wrote, the site is in its infancy, just like the publishing house. Soon things will solidify.

Thank you for your enquiry,
Michael Idehall


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Azidonis
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"Idehall" wrote:
"Azidonis" wrote:
And, is this the scope of the project: "The purpose of FERAL TRANSMISSIONS is to facilitate the communication between the followers of the path of the left hand in a cohesive context."?

Hi Azidonis,

The sentence that you have quoted was apart of a first attempt at describing a journal that BELZEBEZ is going to publish in the not too distant future. The wording of the description does not fully describe the scope of the journal, because as I wrote, the site is in its infancy, just like the publishing house. Soon things will solidify.

Thank you for your enquiry,
Michael Idehall

Okay, so... I'm not trying to be 'stand-offish' or anything, just generally curious.

Why will we 'probably want to keep up to date' with it? And what is it mainly about, "LHP"?


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"Azidonis" wrote:
Okay, so... I'm not trying to be 'stand-offish' or anything, just generally curious.

Why will we 'probably want to keep up to date' with it? And what is it mainly about, "LHP"?

Azidonis,

Some of the topics of the articles listed as forthcoming will be related to the Typhonian Concepts and Practice discussed in this section of the forum.

/Michael Idehall


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Azidonis
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"Idehall" wrote:
"Azidonis" wrote:
Okay, so... I'm not trying to be 'stand-offish' or anything, just generally curious.

Why will we 'probably want to keep up to date' with it? And what is it mainly about, "LHP"?

Azidonis,

Some of the topics of the articles listed as forthcoming will be related to the Typhonian Concepts and Practice discussed in this section of the forum.

/Michael Idehall

Does this infer that you perceive Typhonian Concepts and Practice as "LHP"?

You really are giving very little information, and have dodged the direct questions.

At this point, I 'probably [do not] want to keep up to date' with it.

Maybe you will share more as your site develops. Best of luck, I suppose.


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Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to belzebez.se


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Shiva
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"michaelclarke18" wrote:
Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to belzebez.se

Neither does Infernalnet Explorer nor Firefox - at least not from my machine. I wonder how Azidonis made the grade?

Note that "Feral" (a favorite word of the poster) means: "1. Having returned to an untamed state from domestication. 2. Of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage." How quaint!


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Azidonis
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"Shiva" wrote:
"michaelclarke18" wrote:
Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to belzebez.se

Neither does Infernalnet Explorer nor Firefox - at least not from my machine. I wonder how Azidonis made the grade?

I don't know. I just pulled it up again, using Firefox version 19.0 (the most recent one). It is a very slow load, though, so I can understand some connection timeouts. Other than that, it's anyone's guess.  ???


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Does this infer that you perceive Typhonian Concepts and Practice as "LHP"?

I don´t think that he would have posted this in this subforum otherwise.

And Grant consider left hand path to be a part of what he describes as the Typhonian tradition so nothing strange at all with this post.


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I managed to open the link in a matter of seconds using FF 19.0, and with my internet speed being the slowest in the USA. 


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"2109" wrote:
Grant consider left hand path to be a part of what he describes as the Typhonian tradition s

Grant and I may have different definitions. Oh well.


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Grant and I may have different definitions. Oh well.

Yeah. And this part of the forum I assume is in accordance with his definition.


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lashtal
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"herupakraath" wrote:
I managed to open the link in a matter of seconds using FF 19.0, and with my internet speed being the slowest in the USA. 

🙂

No problem here in the UK on IE9 running on Windows 7.

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And none here (again in the UK) when connecting via Firefox 19 running on Mountain Lion.


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 Anonymous
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Our service provider experienced some technical issues, which caused the site to be a bit sluggish for a few days.
Everything should now be in order. Thank you all for your interest, and for signing up to the newsletter.


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From our latest newsletter:

We are happy to announce that Belzebez is now accepting commissions. Please view our new Commissions & Special Editions section for further details. If you require our services please do not hesitate to enquire at info@belzebez.se.

http://belzebez.se/?page_id=135


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The fetish item reminds me of Mary Poppins' umbrella!


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Naw!  It's clearly a mummified Road Runner; probably doing the rounds in Amentet and going "Beep, Beep" right now.


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In today's news:

Feral Transmissions Issue 1: Daimonic Inauguration has now been submitted for printing. It represents the first difficult step in establishing a most precarious of signals. We strive to use only the most skilled local craftsmen, and we have meticulously divined the candidates. By determining the daimonic heritage of our suppliers, we endeavour to align the auspicious constellation necessary for the outpour of a nectar unknown. This initial issue will be printed in an edition of 50 copies, which we hope are destined for the few pioneers that will accept the torch of conduction and act as our prime relays in the enshrinement of our Feral Transmissions. The distribution will exclusively be handled by Midian Books.


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The fist instalment of our Draconian periodical has now been announced for pre-order.

http://belzebez.se/?page_id=17


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I wish you every success. If I can make some constructive criticism though - I find the flowery language on the website and in the product description utterly infuriating, particularly the made up words, it's like obfuscation for obfuscations sake. In my opinion it alienates the audience rather than attracting them into engaging with your project.

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This from Midian Books by email today...

http://belzebez.se/?page_id=17

FERAL TRANSMISSIONS, ISSUE 1 – DAIMONIC INAUGURATION
The first publication of Feral Transmission is presented as an introduction to subjects within the field of initiatory sorcery, eclectic esotericism and visionary poetry that are rarely expounded upon in contemporary literature. While acting as a conduit for a raw signal of initiatic volcanism, we are hoping to give voice to those individuals who will define the very concept of the transmission which we aim to keep in a state of flux and permutation.
This body of work is characterised by a shared intent for magical expression, which is why the reoccurring contributors of Feral Transmissions will be limited to a handful of individuals devoted to the Draconian current. Our broadcast reaches beyond the traditional means of communication adopted by occult publishers because Feral Transmissions is devoted to contemporary experimental sorcery. As such, Feral Transmissions should be regarded as a piece of art capturing the struggle of those who continuously walk the unlit path towards illumination.
The following articles are included in the first issue of Feral Transmissions:
Gristle wings, gengel stampede by F.S.K., Ktemagna Veign’mana by Johnny Jakobsson and Michael Idehall, Transmission of Goto-Avam by Rolf Lindbohm, Rendevouz with Carancara by Fredrik Eytzinger, The Language of the Birds by Michael Idehall, KakaxandraOk – Serpentine Glossolalia by Fredrik Eytzinger, The Silent Teachings of Baba Babash by Sara van der Meer, Studies on the Adulruna by Michael Idehall, The Tower of Quietuses by Karl-Oskar Larsson, Exodeus by Michael Idehall, Exodeus 2 by Michael Idehall.

The first issue, printed and hand bound in Gothenburg, is limited to 50 hand numbered copies of 42 pages.

Price for standard edition plus UK postage: £22.50
Price for standard edition plus European postage: £25.00
Price for standard edition plus Rest of World postage: £28.00

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LAShTAL


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Apparently Belzebez publishing house will publish Thomas Karlssons´ latest book "Among Mystics and Magicians in Stockholm" which describes the first years of the order he has created.

More info here: http://belzebez.se/


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When you enter the unknown, you know that it might contain both your fortune and your demise. The pact that we have signed with the unknown forces behind Belzebez may still hold both fates for us, but for now it has allowed us to go beyond our individual limitations and manifest a work significant to all wanderers of faustian paths. Not unlike Faust, the author of our next title might have called out for the Devil, but not driven by boredom or desperation. Instead, Karlsson invites us into his personal history as the Dark One appears to him and encourages him to set in motion events that we still cannot fathom the scope of. He divulges how Dragon Rouge grew like an organic entity, and how epic mythological narratives are mirrored in the lives of ordinary people like a spark of magic in the dullness of mundane life. Behind the logical structure of the text there is a timeless present that makes the book a veritable reading mystery, and at times you can almost swear that you are amongst the mystics and the magicians of Stockholm.

Amongst Mystics and Magicians in Stockholm

The Swedish based order Dragon Rouge (Ordo Draconis et Atri Adamantis) was founded on New Year’s Eve in 1989 by Thomas Karlsson and a group of magicians. The order, which focuses on Draconian initiation in relation to qliphothic qabalah, has since grown into a world-wide organisation, and is today mainly centred to Europe and America.

In ‘Amongst Mystics and Magicians in Stockholm’, Thomas Karlsson accounts for the initial years of his magical practice during the years 1989-1991, a practice that led to the formation of Dragon Rouge. In his very personal first person narrative, Karlsson retells many important experiences that he had at his summer house on the island of Gotland and in Stockholm during the occult boom in the 90s. The book holds a lot of references to the sub-cultural context of the author’s youth and accounts of his epochal journey to Marrakech, Morocco, where he received the prophecy to build a temple for the red Dragon.

‘Amongst Mystics and Magicians in Stockholm’ was originally released in Swedish in 2012 and is now released in its first English edition by Belzebez as part of the a new series, Canōn. Canōn consists of publications that are a genuine part of the body of the great Dragon and hence important to the Draconian current, but might not have received an appropriate dispersal or attention, or diverge from our general releases in production, topic or origin. The book is the first in a trilogy about the history and development of Dragon Rouge and the initiatory journey of some of its members.

Thomas Karlsson, born in 1972, has written several books on esotericism and magic. He holds a PhD in History of Religions from Stockholm University and has done extensive research on the Swedish mystic Johannes Bureus and his Gothic Kabbalah and runic alchemy. Thomas is also a known guest singer and lyricists in different bands such as Therion, Serpent Noir and Shadowseeds.


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Shiva
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After running a word search on this thread for "Crowley" & "Thelema" and getting no hits, I beg to ask, What does all this have to do with Crowley and the Lashtal site?


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I would say that it´s related to "Typhonian Concept and Practices" which is the subforum it is posted in.


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I would say nothing at all.


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"michaelclarke18" wrote:
I would say nothing at all.

A strange thing to then do.


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Shiva
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"Azidonis" wrote:
Why will we 'probably want to keep up to date' with it? And what is it mainly about?

[Reply]:Some of the topics of the articles listed as forthcoming will be related to the Typhonian Concepts and Practice discussed in this section of the forum.[/Reply]

You really are giving very little information, and have dodged the direct questions.
At this point, I 'probably [do not] want to keep up to date' with it.

This is all very strange. I am perplexed. I [do not] want to 'keep up to date' with it.


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 Anonymous
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We have engaged in a venture of music publication.
Our releases focus on music appropriate for rituals and meditation.

https://belzebez.bandcamp.com


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