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Jack Parsons died on June 17 1952, after being literally blown to pieces by an explosion that also destroyed his laboratory – he managed, however, to remain conscious after the explosion. Despite there being a number of different theories as to the cause – ranging from a simple accident to an obscure alchemical

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Chaos magick is unlike any other system of magick, mainly because it is not a system of magick. It is a Meta system, serving as a framework to put other systems into. Practitioners see it as being not only a more diverse path, but also one that is more grounded.

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  To this day, Aleister Crowley remains the most legendary western occultist of his time. The press dubbed him “the wickedest man alive,” and he was more than happy to give them “the Beast.” Crowley is a point of contention for many occultists due to his rock star lifestyle that

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Austin Osman Spare was an English artist and occultist born in 1886. After beginning to draw at the age of twelve, Spare quickly became recognized and awarded for his art. He was recommended for a scholarship to the Royal College of Art, and in 1903, being only seventeen, he won

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This is the second installment of The Majick of Metal. Read the first one here. The Polytheistic side of the Left Hand Path worships a pantheon of gods that falls either on the side of worshiping a very Blake-like assortment of hell lords, or deities from other cultures who personify

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A couple of weeks ago, we covered the new Through Smoke and Feathers cassette from THOABATH, a project of Sutekh Hexen’s Andy Way. THOABATH is a sound that is hard to define; as our writer Mattia put it, “at its most disgusting and atrocious, this music has the violence and

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