Written both with the solitary practitioner in mind yet also suitable for group work, Scithain: Vampyric Witchcraft of the Drakon Covenant details, as the name would indicate, the black, chthonic witchcraft based both on historic record and astral communion with the Ascended Masters originating in the ancient Hebridean Isles – these so referenced now sending their Undead clarion call to a new generation of potential Adepts, those seeking that which is inherently transhuman and beyond.
Positing their approach to the Sinister Tradition as explicitly vampiric in nature and ontology, the core West Yorkshire-based coven of the organization of authorship and its controversial head, A.A. Morain, delves deep into not only the historic underpinnings of their unique current, instead including, as well, its ordeals, initiatory degrees, entheogenic practices, bestiaries, rites, predatory astral praxis and hitherto secretive, occult and potentially applicable knowledge of a dangerous degree encompassing multiple levels of experience, thus allowing the perspicacious readership with the maximum of will and determination to avail themselves of a transfiguration both horrific – yet godlike – albeit still horrific and fell in nature.
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“To open a gate to these dimensions requires a tremendous effort on the part of the witch. For this reason, they historically bonded into covens whose collective efforts could, for a time, open a nexion into the limitless darkness and bring forth these ageless ones who would anoint them, and write their names in the books of black earth, so that their deeds would not be forgotten and they would be remembered when they called again.”
Revealing for the first time the intimate workings and rites of the founding coven of the infamous Yorkshire nexion, Scithain: Vampyric Witchcraft of the Drakon Covenant offers serious advancements and detailings of the unique vampiric current within the Sinister Tradition of the Order of Nine Angles.
In contrast to the polemical and harsh practises and message of Codex Aristarchus, A. A. Morain and other several contributors outline the esoteric teachings of the coven; from the particular veneration of entities unique to the Drakon Covenant to the mechanics behind acausal sorcery as well as the dark and obscure lineage from which the book itself takes its name.
Within its pages readers will find the detailed threads of a dim and distant past, steeped in grim superstition and beliefs and which threads echo forth to the present, connecting the ancient shamanic past of the British Isles to the modern machinations of vampiric witches who are tirelessly working to presence very ancient powers to bring about a new era in human evolution.
Available this Summer from Martinet Press.