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Forward by Malphas (author of The Black Ship, cover design by Fergal Fitzpatrick, Layout and Pre-Press by Phlip H. Farber. This 3rd Edition of Daimonosophy presents ideas central to the evolution of EOB, as well as outlines procedures for a magical system promoting Daimonic alignment, and receiving nourishment from higher influences.
"Are angels Ideal Models to be emulated? Is the purpose of man to become something greater than he already is? Can man be remade into an image of the divine? Do secret schools exist that teach the methods and philosophy for attaining this transformation? Daimonosophy addresses these and many other questions that strike to the core of what it means to be sentient. With strong ties to Gurdjieff, Reich, the Grimorum Verum and the Diabolocon, and mixed with powerful doses of futurism and psychedelic aesthetics, this work points the way to a deeper reality through both concepts and actions. Agree with the author or not, your view of the world will never be the same."
Aeons ago, a cosmic race of beings stumbled upon a lonely planet that would one day be called Earth. Who were they? Angels? Demons? Reptilians? Mankind's benefactors? Or perhaps his oppressors? Where did intelligent life originate? Earth? The Moon? Mars? Or perhaps somewhere far beyond the boundaries of our Solar System? In the tradition of John Milton's Paradise Lost and Mark Twain's Letters from Earth; Erbeth Transmissions examines Man's apocryphal origins and extra-terrestrial connections, contrasting his evolutionary potential against his self-destructive nature and the despairing search for the meaning of his existence.
"Erbeth Transmissions is a deconstruction of some of the universes we live in." - Fritz Fredric
"The absurdity of Robert Anton Wilson infused with the paranoia of Philip K. Dick and taunted with the vision of Wilhelm Reich." -- Ariel Jenway
"A cosmo-demonic-space-opera-anthem for Generation X." -- Jarl Drakon Aeons
Playing paradox games is a balancing act. On the one hand, it requires extensive visualization and concentration, maintaining various images and concepts in mind effortlessly for periods of time. It requires substituting images and concepts consciously, and then allowing the results to have a life of their own. Now available in Kindle!
Like Volume I, Sirius Workings Volume II covers a period of roughly three terrestrial years, and three annual workings of the EOB. These are the ‘Sirius Workings,’ occurring as annual Order functions, and perhaps constitute the closest thing we have resembling a ‘tradition’ despite the fact that they may vary in regard to length, function, structure, and other particulars. They are for the most part ‘simultaneous’ workings, meaning that the participants are geographically isolated from one another, momentarily connected only by synchronicity and focus. Volume II contains a wealth of essays covering such subjects as music, Proto-European athropology, quantum physics and much more.
Essays and magical documents from the Circle of the Cosmonauts, chronicling the first three years of activities with the Esoteric Order of Beelzebub. Documents the curious circumstances and celestial syncronicities by which the Order was founded. Includes ritual texts, dream workings, inspired narratives, and philosophical explorations.
Michael A. Aquino Ph.D
Dr. Michael Aquino's geo-political world-changing book - MindWar - is now available from Amazon in Paperback and Kindle Edition! This important work illuminates the path toward a harmonious future for mankind, free from the terror of conventional warfare.
In 1980 an obscure internal U.S. Army concept paper, “From PSYOP to MindWar”, accidentally became public. Though only a brief, theoretical speculation, it exploded into the focus of alarmist rumors and debates for the next three decades. Is the government involved in invasion of the mind beyond the aborted, ineffective efforts of the notorious MKULTRA? Even more unsettling, do such efforts extend beyond conventional research to dark and arcane arts of Black Magic? The answers are here, in this book by one of that 1980 paper’s co-authors, Lt. Colonel Michael Aquino. Originally intended for the eyes of government policymakers alone, it is now openly available. Ironically _MindWar_ is unclassified only because a level high enough to contain it was never anticipated nor even believed possible. For millennia violent warfare has been the scourge of humanity, and all attempts to end it through peace have brought only temporary respite. On the premise that war is endemic to the human disposition, _MindWar_ proposes to eliminate its killing and destruction by replacing it with a far more powerful kind of war - one which focuses on the human mind both individually and collectively. The persons and property of people are removed as targets, replaced by the divisive situations and problems originating in their consciousness. The price for this solution is that, for the first time in practical history, the machinery of human thought is accessed, by the methodical application of science, psychology, and esoteric arts of antiquity. MindWar assumes, as did the ancients, that the ultimate aspiration of mankind is to the Good. But, like the Manhattan Project which rashly opened an earlier genie's bottle, MindWar could be misused with even more ominous consequences. Devised to save humanity, it could also destroy it. Hence it must be examined and evaluated while its bottle is still sealed. This book expansion of the original 1980 concept is not merely theoretical. It proposes practical implementation through the structural redesign of the U.S. Army’s three “Special Operations” branches: Psychological Operations, Special Forces, and Civil Affairs. A multiphase sequence of their interaction in a MindWar campaign is outlined, with the international crisis resolution procedures of the United States modified to facilitate it. In a forthcoming second volume, the structures and programs to implement this will be discussed in detail.
Daimonosophy: Outstanding LHP work. Succeeds in presenting the perfect mix of mythos, method and dark aesthetics. Very highly recommended and speaks worlds about the EoB who produced this. Hopefully we hear much more from Sakaki 4 in the future. - Kali Yuga
The Black Ship: Malphas has created an interesting book. Among Classical Theurgists Daemons were that class of being, half way between humans and gods. Their mere being provided a gateway -- way for the human to transcend the laws of the here-and-now. In most traditional system some greater Being sends you a Daemon to help you out, because It thinks your goals are worthwhile or your Virtue great. They're handy entities that help the human stop being a thing that exists by type -- "What you is is what you is" and become a being that can shape his fortune both in this and other realities. Malphas reveals in simple terms that these beings are you -- an not totally awakened part of you. If you use a rational self-aware and self-enlightened philosophy -- rather than herd-supertisition other-centric false altruism -- you can be the God that grants the Daemon to you. With simple to follow practices from both traditional magic and modern philosophy, Malphas shows you how to meet the Daemon, and become the Daemon. This is a book that would have delighted Thomas Jefferson, Anton LaVey, Socrates, Heideigger and even Uncle Setnakt. Well done! The perfect Walpurgusnacht gift. A nice maunal for increasing Power, Pleasure and Knowledge. - Don J. Webb
I really enjoyed The Erbeth Transmissions. It's brilliant, original, wise and fun to read. The style is reminiscent of Gurdjieff's Beelzebub's Tales, without the convoluted language. The pages are chock full of social satire, reframed mythology, and outright thought-provoking wisdom. Great stuff! -Philip H. Farber
The Black Ship: This is definitely one of the best books I've read on the left hand path (and I've read many). Unlike most books in this genre, the author provides a congruent paradigm in which the practices relate. As the author says in his introduction, this book is really aimed at practitioners with experience, but having said that; I would recommend it to anyone starting out in the left hand path - I wish it had been available to me 20 years ago. - Obeahdemon
The Erbeth Transmissions is a wonderfully dark alternative mythology to Earth. Rather than the accepted Judeo-Christian creationism that we swallow as schoolchildren, Fritz Fredric populates our planet and worlds beyond with alien angels and demons whose names may sound just a bit familiar to those who delve into more esoteric histories. Somewhere between the drunken humanism of Hunter S. Thompson and the dreamscapes of H. P. Lovecraft lies Fredric’s view of heaven, hell, and all of the cosmos. A planetary landing becomes both a fall from grace and an ascension for the future of all mankind, and the true nature, and perhaps danger, of man’s “angels” is explored. This book is not for those who are comfortable with the world they have grown up knowing, but if you have the urge to explore the mirror image of all that is held holy, you might just want to pick this up to read on the spaceship with Beelzebub. -Jef with One F
The Black Ship: The author is clearly well versed in the left hand path approach to working with one's higher genius or daemon. - Black Flame
The Erbeth Transmissions: This book is so good it should be mandatory reading for any Setian and the same goes for those in the Rune-Gild. - Ian Read (Fire and Ice)
The Erbeth Transmissions: Part Mark Twain, part Gurdjieff, part true transmission from another dimension, "The Erbeth Transmissions" tells the truth by disguising itself as fiction. - Waldo Thompson (Paradox Games)
Paradox Games: Thompson is that rare sort of human that sees both the insights of Rudy Rucker, Stephen Wolfram and Alex Ryan on the one hand and the insights of Stephen Flowers, Guido von List and Mircea Eliade on the other. He understands how a Cosmos Needs to know through observational actors that are both of and beyond it. He understands why Seeking creates more to Find, and that the nature of the computable universe demands this on the deepest levels -- in fact demanded it even before consciousness emerged... - Don Webb
Gustave Doré - Satan and Beelzebub, from the first book of 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton (1608-74) engraved by Cha