The Black Tradition Trilogies I
The Black Tradition Trilogies I
The Black Master Manifest-O seeks to re-manifest The Black Tradition, the darker side of the various right hand paths, to re-establish a dynamic equilibrium. 68 pgs. Read More.
Liber Nosferatu seeks to redeem the archetype of the vampire by stressing this creature’s Androgyny, Nobility, Will and personal Im-mortality. 65 pgs. Read More.
Liber Lucifer is the 10th volume of The Black Tradition Trilogies by 616 and focusses exclusively on Luxifer-a as The Light-Bringer, The Divine Androgyne and The Un-Holy Guardian Angel of 616. 96 pgs. Read More
Evolove is the 11th volume of The Black Tradition Trilogies by 616 and focusses on hir Aionic utterances of ING, Evolove & Androgyneus. ING is a pre-utterING, Evolove is the Aionic word of the Magus & Androgyneus is the embodiment thereof. 90 pgs. Read More
Sepher Shiva, is an independent book and a continuation of The Left-Hand Path: Kala Vama Marga, which focuses exclusively on Rudra-Shiva and the Lingam. It includes the main Vedic texts on Rudra as well as interesting new ideas and images of The Auspicious One by 616. 139 pgs. Read More
Androgynia Alchemia is 2,2,2 books in 1! In the first half of AA, 616 moves through eastern and western ideas and images of the Divine Androgyne before concentrating on Hermaphroditus. Although introductory, both books are scattered with gems for the more advanced reader. 130 pgs. Read More.
The Book of Black Names is certainly the darkest, or one of the darkest, creations 616 has ever made. Its’ thirteen chapters will take the reader on a safe and sane black odyssey through the Left-Hand Path without leaving any stranded for madness or death on its’ Lovecraftian shores. 248 pgs. Read More.
Sepher Shakti is an extremely personal text that follows the structure of the life of a flower, from bud to full bloom, to withering and death in the end. Many glorious and notorious women in 616’s life have shaped hir and Sabrina Nox, the High Priest-ess of The LRG and this book catches the ebb and flow of these relationships quite nicely. 124 pgs. Read More.
Other Books by DCXVI
The Book of Anti-Christ II by 616 is hir attempt to rescue the baby (the divine child) from the proverbial bathwater of nearly deceased Christianity. The new goal is to saviour self through genuine empathy as well as one’s magickal & mystical endeavours. This gnostic text is quite possibly the only way to save a religion drained of power… 43 pgs. Read More.
The Distilled Essence of Everything by 616 is an inexpensive collection of short prose pieces and aphorisms designed to enlighten the reader and open up their mind to the magickal world of 616. It is an excellent overview of many of 616’s key ideas, but is only ironically the distilled essence of everything s-he ever wrote! Humour saves. 46 pgs. Read More.
QBL for The RHP & The LHP came from a dream wherein 616 was organizing all hir qabalistic work into one text. So s-he did. The importance of dreams as well as ritual-meditation cannot be overemphasized. They are the twin core of divine “receiving” (the meaning of QBL). 100 pgs. Read More.
Diabolotheology: The NU Process ING (X) by 616 started out as an extension of Liber Blackwhite but evoloved into its’ own text. It begins with a brief analysis of Robert & Marianne DeGrimston’s The Process founded in the late 60’s but quickly focusses on & expands their four-fold path into The LRG’s Un-Holy Quaternity wherein the individual deals with all four facets of Divinity, both Shadow & Light, at the same time. 82 pgs. Read More.
The Black Tradition Trilogies
Compendiums of the first 15 books
The Black Tradition Trilogies Volume I by 616 consists of: Black Master Manifest-O, Liber Nosferatu: The Book of The Un-Dead & concludes with the precise yet powerful text The Left Hand Path: Kala Vama Marga. It moves from a fantastic foundational piece on the Black Tradition itself to a redemption & exaltation of the Vampyre’s will, androgyny & im-mortality to a brilliant three-fold exploration of The Left Hand Path (Kala Vama Marga; Via Sinistra; The Typhonian Tradition; The Black Tradition).
The Black Tradition Trilogies Volume II by 616 consists of: The Book of Baphomet, Sepher Da’ath: The Book of Un-Knowing & Liber Leviathan. It moves from Eliphas Levi’s The Devil #15 or Black Man of the Sabbat to 616’s personal exploration of the mysterious Qabalistic “sephira” to all things Drakonian, Ophidian & Typhonian indeed! It concludes with a tantric weaving of Jim Morrison’s Celebration of the Lizard with 616’s writing into a new hybrid called Serpent Selebration.
The Black Tradition Trilogies Volume III by 616 consists of: Sepher Set, Liber Corvus Corax: The Book of The Raven & concludes with The Book of Anti-Christ. It moves from a poetic, artistic & magickal focus on the Egyptian god Set to a strange amalgamation of all things Saturnian to a marvellous conclusion of the trilogies with a magickal analysis of Yahoshuah, The Beast 666 & Babalon in The Book of Revelation by St. John the Divine.
The Black Tradition Trilogies Volume 4 consists of: Liber Lucifer, Evolove and Sepher Shiva by 616. Liber Lucifer is a startling text that may wonderfully challenge those who call themselves Luciferians, Setians and/or Satanists. It features 616’s poetry, prose, aphorisms and art to produce a new yet traditional view of The Light-Bringer and/or The Divine Androgyne. Evolove consists of the three Aionic utterances of 616, namely: ING, Evolove and Androgyneus respectively. The book concludes with an excellent living example of magickal bhakti as lived by 616 and presented in Sepher Shiva.
The Black Tradition Trilogies Volume 5 consists of: Androgynia Alchemia, The Melanomicon: The Book of Black Names and Sepher Shakti: The Book of NRG by 616. The first text deals with all things divinely androgynous and concludes with 616’s workings in Alchemy that primarily focus on Rebis. The Melanomicon focusses on Lovecraft’s dream-world monstrosities, primarily Cthulhu, but has much for the magickian interested in Dionysos as well as Odin, All-Father of the northern pantheon. The two fore-mentioned deities are rather androgynous in their own way. Sepher Shakti concludes the texts and focusses on the sixteen temporary shaktis of 616 as well as Lilith and The Dark Mother.
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