demonic medicine

Predatory Servitors: A Primer

  Servitors, or constructs, are essentially non-corporeal artificial entities which have been created for a specific purpose by a person or an entity.  Servitors may be created and used for a number of purposes—depending upon its function, a servitor may be referred to in a general sense as persuasive, talismanic, protective or predatory. For the purposes …

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Demonic Medicine: An Introduction

Originally published 22 May 2012. © Torey B. Scott Like nearly all spirits, Demons possess the potential to both harm and to heal. Many practitioners of paths which are not aligned with Demonolatry fail to recognise the benefit in attaining Demonic alliances primarily due to the fact many individuals cannot overcome their biased preconceptions of …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part III – Machaloth

Originally published 7 March 2011. © Torey B. Scott    Machaloth, although not considered to belong to the hierarchy of the Demon Queens of sacred sexuality, is one of the most enigmatic Demonesses within Semitic Demonolatry. Like Eisheth Zenunim, little is known of Machaloth’s origins. Within Kabbalistic traditions, Machaloth is one of the four averse …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part II – Naamah

Originally published 7 March 2011.  © Torey B. Scott   As one of the four Demonesses of sacred prostitution and sexuality, Naamah is an important goddess within the traditions of many Theistic Satanists and Demonolators. Naamah’s name translates to “pleasant” or “pleasing” and She is considered to be a goddess of divination. Other variations of …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part I – Lilith

Originally published 7 March 2011.  © Torey B. Scott Perhaps the best-known Demoness of all time is Lilith. Although a vast number of variations and interpretations pertaining to Her origins and nature may be found scattered throughout the annals of religious traditions, Lilith is most often accepted to be the first wife of the Biblical …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Introduction

 Originally published 7 March 2011.  © Torey B. Scott Many of those unfamiliar with Satanic paths assume that Satanism is, like Christianity, a religion dominated by and permeated with masculine themes, ideals and aggressive philosophies which are often considered to be aligned with male qualities. Although Satanic traditions which acknowledge only the perceivably male entity …

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