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DOCTOR FRANKENSTEIN CREATED A FRANKENHOOKER NIGHT-MARE

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Dr Who, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Horror, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Steampunk, Succubus, Surrealism, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 7, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

Doctor Frankenstein’s Frankenhooker Night-Mare: “Her Exquisite Corpse Had Been Knit-Together From Exhumed Memories Of Astral Flesh, Of Which Frankenstein To Have Dug Up From Out Of The Infernal Necropolis Of The Love-Craft Dream-lands.”

“Frankenstein’s Electrifying Desires Animated Her Into Sentience, He To Have Then Dream Ridden As His Tulpa Time Machine.”

“H.G. Wells Also Conjured Frankenstein’s Necronomicon Night-Mare As His Remote-Viewing Zodiac Muse, He To Chronos Ride of Hypnagogic Visions, When To Abdul Alhazred Mantra Chant Her Frankenhooker Mind-Doll Name, Orobasi.”

“Later, The Dr John C. Lilly Likes Of A Randolph Carter conjured Obobasi, While To Sojourn A Floatation Tank Of A Titus Crow Coffin, Upon Whose Ornate Lid Is A Zodiac, Whence It Is Verily Called, The Clock Of Dreams.” 

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ABDUL ALHAZRED’S AL AZIF NECRONOMICON PART I

Posted in Alien, archaeology, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Demonology, Discordianism, Extraterrestrial, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Poltergeist, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tarot, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Vampire, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 1, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

If you are interested in the Al Azif Necronomicon, which is being serialised as a fully illustrated underground comic book, it can be found on my Patreon page, Please Click Here.

The first part of the Al Azif Necronomicon is based upon H.P. Lovecraft’s own description and history about Abdul Alhazred’s book, which I have taken into the Twilight Zone.

As for Lovecraft’s character, Randolph Carter, I have based him upon the ‘Altered States’ of consciousness researchers, Dr John C. Lilly and Terrence McKenna.

Lovecraft’s surrealist creation of the Al Azif Necronomicon transmuted the dualism of a religious fixation upon a war in Heaven and Hell into the realms of science fiction.

Ancient alien entities are in perpetual conflict with one another, whose shadowy existence has engendered bored humans to engage themselves in exotic cargo-cult religions.

Interestingly, you find the same transmutation of religious symbolism into the domains of science fiction when looking into the UFO mystique, where Angels and Demons have been transformed into Aliens, whether they be hovering around amidst the cosmos, or hiding away in underground bases.

Lovecraft described Al Ahazred’s book to be a very dangerous tome, because it revealed the archetypal theme of a cosmic war fought by deities as being, in actuality, a conflict between monstrously ancient alien races, who far predate humanity and even predating the formation of the solar system.

However, Lovecraft’s subject matter would not be too Earth shattering of a revelation to a cultist whom worships deities, who is then told that his/her deities are actually aliens, whose technology is indivisible from magic. The cultist would just shrug his/her shoulders and make the symbolic transition quite easily.

In other words, Lovecraft’s Al Azif Necronomicon wouldn’t be considered as being dangerous at all, nor would it be banned, since it validates the established religious orientation from a scientific perspective.

There are numerous historical examples of grimoires, which are in archetypal accord with the religious paradigm, even when they veer into what can be considered as being the arena of proto-science fiction, such as, for example, Dr John Dee’s Enochian system.

I am more concerned about what has actually been banned, and totally castigated out of the symbolic equation.

Also, I am not saying another order of alien intelligence does not exist, far from it, since what has been cut out of the equation is a particular expression of the ‘symbolic interface,’ which facilitates communication with other forms of intelligence via the informational realms of electron dreams.

Hence, a certain form of the ‘symbolic interface’ is considered as being dangerous. Wherefore, it has been banned!

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CHAOS MAGIC COMIC ART 3: Austin Osman Spare

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 15, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above Artwork is an example of some of the Art I have done for a Chaos Magic comic, which depicts the Sorcerer Artist, Austin Osman Spare.

The Artwork was done in pen and ink on A4 Bristol Board. If you are interested in seeing the Full Comic strip, Please Click Here.

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CHAOS MAGIC COMIC: TO THE SORCERER CROW A TULPA DAUGHTER

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Film, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 12, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above is part of an Chaos Magic comic, which is a pop-surrealist ‘experimental prelude’ to the traditionally hand-drawn comic Artwork.

The full experimental comic, which is Free, can be seen on Patreon. Please CLICK HERE.

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CHAOS MAGIC COMIC ART 2: Austin Osman Spare

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 11, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above Artwork is an example of some of the Art I have done for a Chaos Magic comic, which depicts the Sorcerer Artist, Austin Osman Spare.

The Artwork was done in pen and ink on A4 Bristol Board. If you are interested in seeing the Full Comic strip, Please Click Here.

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THREEFOLD COERCION OF THE DREAM BLACK RAVEN TAROT

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tarot, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

The name of the Black Raven Tarot is derived from Dr. Johannes Faust’s grimoire, which is entitled the Threefold Coercion of Hell. Faust’s grimoire is also called the, ‘Cabalae nigrae, Magiae naturalis et innaturalis,’ which was first published in Passau during 1505.

The Cabalae nigrae, Magiae naturalis et innaturalis has been fused with the Goetia, which lists 72 spirits.

Faust’s grimoire is commonly known as The Black Raven, due to its title page, depicting a Raven inside of a circle holding a plant in its beak.

There are numerous other Faustian grimoires, which are purported to have been authored by Faust.

A later version of the Black Raven was published by Scheible, Stuttgart 1849. The classical Black Raven is renowned for its rich illustrations.

The Black Raven is usually considered to be a black-magic grimoire, whose contents cover the art of conjuring, coercing, binding and making obedient various spirits and demons, which of classical commonality are seen to be all male expressions of the Animus archetype.

The main motif of the Dr Johannes Faust’s book is the ‘Harrowing of Hell.’ The harrowing of Hell alludes to the descent of Christ into the underworld of Hell, which is re-enacted by the practitioner.

The descent is somewhat akin to Neo out of the Matrix films following the Eostre Easter bunny White Rabbit into Wonderland.

In White Rabbit Latin the harrowing of Hell is the, “Christi ad Inferos.”

The descent into the infernal realms originally referred to the trance experience of the Shaman, who harrowed the inner reality of the dream.

My version of the Black Raven is about the shamanic harrowing of the dream, which of a ‘threefold’ dream Yoga process is aligned with the ‘three,’ Nigredo, Albedo, and Rubedo states of inner Alchemy.

The Nigredo stage is equated with hypnagogic trance ingress into the dream. The Albedo is the inner (bio-photon) light of the dream, which specifically alludes to attaining a lucid dream. The Rubedo stage refers to hypnapompic egress out of the dream upon awakening.

As for the spirits, one can otherwise see them as dream characters, a practitioner will encounter within a lucid dream. The 72 spirits of the Goetia have been transformed into (Succubae) Succubi aspects of the Fallen Anima.

The 72 Succubi, which are depicted in the Tarot cards can be equated with what the author Carlos Castaneda termed as being Allies, a Shaman would call his ‘spirit (Genie) wives,’ from whom he derives his Tantric power or should I say, his magical inspiration.

Castaneda was taught the art of sorcery by his tutor Don Juan Matus who informed Castaneda that the Allies are an inorganic feminine intelligence.

Don Juan Matus communicated: “An “Ally”, he said, is a power a man can bring into his life to help him, advise him, and give him the strength necessary to perform acts, whether big or small, right or wrong. This Ally is necessary to enhance a man’s life, guide his acts, and further his knowledge. In fact, an ally is the indispensable aid to knowing.”

“Don Juan said this with great conviction and force. He seemed to choose his words carefully. He repeated the following sentence four times: “An Ally will make you see and understand things about which no human being could possibly enlighten you.”

The Allies a Hindu or a Tantric Tibetan Buddhist would know as Dakinis, a Japanese Buddhist would equate with Kitsune. The Ally has many names across numerous cultures. Whereas a mad surrealist Artist would know the Allies as Art Muses, he conjures up amidst his Triangle Of Art imagination unto an ensuing lucid dream, wherein the Black Raven Tarot Art Muses (Allies) can be conjured.

“The man who arrives at the doors of Artistic creation with none of the ‘madness’ of the Muses would be convinced that technical ability alone was enough to make an Artist… what that man creates by means of reason will pale before the Art of inspired beings.” – Plato

If you are interested in the Black Raven Tarot grimoire and the Tarot deck, please Click Here. 

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BLACK RAVEN TAROT DIVINATION TECHNIQUES

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tarot, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 31, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

There are different techniques, which can be utilised to read the Black Raven Tarot cards. These methods can be combined. (For more information about the Black Raven Tarot, Please Click On The Artwork.)

The described techniques, are general descriptions. These techniques are just a few examples, which can be used for divination or meditation work.

(NOTE: The following pages are not derived from the Black Raven Tarot Grimoire. The Black Raven Tarot Grimoire features new Artwork, etc.) 

A free-form reading focuses upon the Tarot card ‘images,’ which requires you using your ‘Active Imagination.’ you can interpret the images as you see fit of imaginative explorations, in order to create an imaginary story construct for each card, which you then link together of similarity to a mind-map.

Let’s say that you shuffle the Tarot, and pull out five cards for a personal reading reading. The depicted Tarot cards below, are initially placed in the same ‘pentagram configuration’ as shown above. You then allow your imagination to weave a story around each image. For example:

PAST: VALAKA: Schoolgirl-Witch/Mutant Student

NEAR PAST: PHENEXI: Punk/Goth-Girl/Anarchist Art Rebel

PRESENT: AMONA: Streetwise Psychic Gangster Moll

NEAR FUTURE: ALLOCESI: UFO Nun/Eye/Revelation Of Secrets

FUTURE: OSEA: UFO Girls/Visitation/Abduction Into Another Dimension

Valaka is otherwise known as Valuna. Valaka is the Fallen ‘Anima’ name of a spirit listed in the classical Goetia, whose ‘Animus’ name is Valak or Volac.

When weaving your own story around a chosen Tarot card, allow your Active Imagination to let rip of free-flow automatism, which is akin to daydreaming, or if you prefer, a creative form of (mind-map) brainstorming.

Should you be interested in seeing an example of an Active Imagination story construct for Valaka, Please Click Here.

GENERAL STORY ‘IMAGE’ CONSTRUCT: PAST: Studies leading to NEAR PAST: Rebellious attitude. PRESENT: Having a streetwise wisdom. NEAR FUTURE: Seeing differently, leading to a revelation. FUTURE: A surpising visit out of the blue.

A GENERAL IMAGE INTERPRETATION AND READING: Previous studies have led to having an unorthodox perspective, which others may see as being rebellious. Having an unorthodox viewpoint, is not that of being unrealistic, since it has been aligned with an observational streetwise wisdom, which leads to a revelatory insight as well preparing you for situations, which could shock you, let alone others.

There are also associated divination ‘keywords’ on each card. The keywords can also be combined with the images of the cards when constructing your imaginary story. Example:

IN GENERAL: PAST: Relying on your inner (Caduceus) wisdom leads to NEAR PAST strange dreams/inspiration/insights, which are rebellious of PRESENT nature. Having such a rebellious street-wise perspective enables hustling for new opportunities. A potential opportunity will arise, which will be somewhat of a NEAR FUTURE revelation, even though you will feel as if you are being abducted against your will into an alien situation in the FUTURE… it could be fun.

You also have associated ‘RUNES,’ which can be Cross-Referenced With the planetary Spheres of the depicted (Succubi) Succubae. Example:

IN GENERAL: PAST: Inner wisdom and Mercurial/Intellectual guidance. NEAR PAST: Getting rid of that, which hinders; relying on your Luna intuition to do so; an emotional time. PRESENT: Intuitively (Luna) looking for opportunities, which are somewhat tied up with the Rune of (X) romance. NEAR FUTURE: A sign, portent and omen pointing at Venus. FUTURE: Finding yourself in a more structured Mercurial situation, which could be associated with studies/learning something new.

The Star signs can be utilised to determine possible qualities pertaining to individuals or determining times when situations may occur. There are different symbolic layers of the Tarot cards, which can be cross-referenced with one another.

What you focus upon can initiate synchronicity feed-back loops of macrocosmic phenomena as well as bringing about corresponding situations. Remember, you are in control of the Tarot, not the other way around. This is very much the case concerning the two-dimensional meditation images of the Black Raven Tarot.

Each of the (Succubi) Succubae have associated offices and functions, which are listed in my accompanying Goetia Girls grimoires.

The functions of the (Succubi) Succubae are based upon the classical grimoire descriptions, which can also be utilised when conducting divinatory work with the cards, or otherwise used for meditation purposes in order to induce corresponding microcosmic lucid dreams, wherein the (Succubi) Succubae manifest as three-dimensional interactive realities.

You also have the Zodiac, which is turn associated with the symbol of the Ouroboros. You can imagine the ‘spinning disk’ of George Pal’s H.G. Wells (Merkabah) Time-Machine as being the zodiac/Ouroboros, whose Decans are associated with corresponding (Succubi) Succubae.

The (Succubi) Succubae are associated with star signs, which also refer to Zodiac Ages.

When ‘Seated’ in ‘meditation,’ you can (H.G. Wells) meditate upon an image of a Succubus pertaining to a Zodiac (disk) Age, which will invariably induce intriguing (Art Muse) Quantum Computing Time-Travel dreams.

The Sorcery game, Lilith’s Harem, can also be played with the Black Raven Tarot cards, which will facilitate the symbolism of the cards to be easily learnt, as well as empowering ensuing dreams. Lilith’s Harem can be played by two to six players. If you are interested in buying the Black Raven Tarot, Please Click Here.

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