With great regret and sadness we must inform our friends and readers of the sudden passing of our friend and esoteric colleague Dr. Arthur Moros, author of the forthcoming The Cult of the Black Cube. Insightful scholar on the Outer he was first and foremost an esoteric practitioner and researcher on the Inner for more than 25 years with a special focus on the Saturnian Gnosis. His body was found in the land of Kush where Moros, never afraid of adventure and risk, investigated ancient traces of the Saturnian Cultus. Contact had been lost for days until his body was found. The cause of death remains unknown.
Before his departure, Dr. Moros had sent us his manuscript for the “Cube” book and we will be committed to making this book a testament to his lifelong devotion to the Saturnian deity of which he was a hidden high priest.
Dr. Tomas Vincente is the author of Theion Publishing’s forthcoming release The Faceless God, a true tour de force on the Gnosis of the Left Hand. He has been a practitioner and researcher of the occult Arte for more than two decades. In his ‘profane’ life, Dr. Vincente is a respected professor at a North American University and author of various academic works relating to esotericism.
This book of Left Hand Path theory and practice has been eagerly awaited since the first news about its coming-into-being was announced last year. We are certain that Dr. Vincente’s tome will meet the highest expectations and demands of all serious practitioners of the magical Art. Through the lens of Lovecraft’s fiction, Dr. Vincente establishes hitherto unexplored connections between the European lore of the Witches’ Sabbath and the archaic fertility cult of the ram-headed Banebdjedet, a totemistic representation of Osiris in his netherworld aspect – Osiris as the Black Sun. A set of powerful rituals of initiation, sexual gnosis and sorcery will enable the discerning initiate to operate effectively within the sinister dimensions of this counter current.
In his highly anticipated first full length book of occult non-fiction, critically acclaimed author Richard Gavin draws on the shadow aspects of a variety of traditions, including the khabit of Ancient Egypt, the Biocentrism of Ludwig Klages, Aghora, the Gothic, and David Beth’s pan-daemonic Gnosis, and distills them through his own esoteric praxis of more than two decades. The Benighted Path is an intense exploration of the breach through which the egoic self is slain in order to unleash the aspirant’s true Monstrous Soul. Only then may the Benighted offer their adoration to the Gorgon and partake of the Sidereal Feast.