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Fosforos has 46 ratings and 5 reviews. Christopher said: This is my favorite book ever. It is the deepest, most profound experience I’ve ever had reading. Results 1 – 11 of 11 PILLARS – The Scalding of Sapientia. by Various contributors: Denis Forkas Kostromitin, Sarah Sheil, Gabriel McCaughry, Robert W. Cook. Argarizim continues studies where Fosforos left off; disclosing a deeper understanding of the Luciferian gnosis, one that is not focused on carnality or egotism.

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Rodrigo Esquer rated it it was amazing Apr 24, In the third part, Necrosophia – The Philosophy of Death, the almost collapsed and already rotten state of the world we know is observed as leading towards purifying Death and Rebirth. According to the author, it is the most important of the two and has the stated intention of introducing Luciferian perspectives to Theosophists.

Andrea rated it really liked it Sep 10, Throughout each chapter, Nefastos lays out cogent and complicated explanations for the shortcomings of each path in an attempt to illustrate how blind adherence to either is a path to ruin. Published first published January 1st Furthermore, the path of Satan is not as simple as a necrosadistic drive to destruction.

There are plans to release this as a newly expanded and translated edition in the future. Overall, the book is quite fascinating and will be indispensable for anyone who has followed the previous two entries in the trilogy.

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Reisner rated it it was ok Jul 09, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Nefastos has written numerous esoteric books in Finnish during the years Dregvant rated it liked it Mar 15, Search anything and hit enter.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Pablo Bruno rated it it was amazing Nov 27, The text explores and exposes the strengths of both right and left-hand paths which are illustrated as mortification and vivification processes.

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“Argarizim: The Fall of Lucifer” by Johannes Nefastos

He also criticizes the left-hand path for its lack of prohibition of violence. The second volume, Argarizim: EH rated it it was amazing Dec 19, Two scenarios which exoterically seem to express extreme opposition. Just a moment while we sign johannss in to your Goodreads account. This is especially apparent in the discussion of rituals of adoration and the manner in which these may easily devolve into purely sexual rites if no outlet is given to the natural human inclination and the need to celestify or spiritualize the sexual.

Absalom Nosophoros rated it really liked it Sep 17, Argarizim was first written in the summer of in conjunction with the founding of the Order of the Star of Azazel.

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Refresh and try again. Books by Johannes Nefastos. This unification includes all things light and dark, good and evil, God and Satan. Hands down, one of the most treasured gems of knowledge in my collection. A very good book recommended for anyone with a slight intrest in theistic satanism.