Sol Nax

Sigil of Samael, by SolNax.

Sigil of Samael, by SolNax.

It appears to me that it [sin] is simply an attempt to penetrate into another and higher sphere in a forbidden manner. You can understand why it is so rare. There are few, indeed, who wish to penetrate into other spheres, higher or lower, in ways allowed or forbidden. Men, in the mass, are amply content with life as they find it. Therefore there are few saints, and sinners (in the proper sense) are fewer still.

—Arthur Machen, “The White People”.

spiritlesss:

i used to have a poem book when iwas 10 and this was in it and it was my favourite poem and i knew it off my heart awww

spiritlesss:

i used to have a poem book when iwas 10 and this was in it and it was my favourite poem and i knew it off my heart awww

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The Cocktail Party by T.S. Eliot

The Cocktail Party by T.S. Eliot

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sigilmancy:

iopanosiris:

Invocation of I, accompanied by the sigillic representation Manifold Generation of the Magical Body: Pan Athanatos contained within Azoetia: The Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft, Andrew D. Chumbley

-ZM

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