Thursday, May 31, 2012

Altars of Desire


speed of life


Yeah I'm into the occult i'm a necromancer. Besides I have fun with other members I work with the occult.

Devious info
Interests: Cult Like Men, Big Cops, Sex Magick, Magic, Necromancy, Books
Favourite genre of music: Metal Heavy
Favourite poet or writer: Hp Lovecraft
Favorite photographer: Myself
Favourite style of art: Anime, Nudes, Goth
Skin of choice: Pale
Personal Quote: Your Life Isn't Written in Stone Its Made Up of A Glass and Sand
Skype: mistressofsex


byss and abyss

Sun and Steel

Sun and Steel: His Personal Testament on Art, Action and Ritual Death. Yukio Mishima, 1968

Mishima: A Vision of the Void. Marguerite Yourcenar, 2001

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

drone oracle

RA interviews Stephen O'Malley of SunnO)))


The Guardian: In your book 100 you talk about turning as much of your life into art as possible. For example, you would take a route to your fishing spot that, when sketched on a map, showed the outline of a fish. Another example would be the fact that this very question will end up as part of a sculpture. Is it important to be so conscious of these pieces of art or do you think every day people are creating their own art works without even realising?

Bill Drummond (KLF): It may be a form of OCD or just an attempt to give life more meaning than it seems to have, but as far back as I can remember I have had a habit of trying to create patterns in the games that I played or the things that I was doing. In my childhood this could be climbing 10 different trees before the sun passed the spire of the parish church or walking out the shape of a square on the map of our town when going to the shops and back to get the messages for my mum. I was never that interested in organised games or religion because someone else had already worked out what all the patterns were. Using a word such as ritual may be too loaded for my liking, but I guess it is from these motivations in us that ritual is born.

Monday, May 7, 2012


Mantus Iberius Daemonium: Six string occult citar
Tanngrisnir Imperator Ignis: Six string celtic harp
Langsuyar Tenebrarum Rex: Dramatic, erudit vox and passioned metaphors
Neophytus Lupus Maris: Ethnic and tragic ambience keys
Nisroth de Occulta Fraternitatis: Traditional, classical and vile percussions
Tetragrammaton Tremendae Majestatis: Four string arabid 'ud

French Tissues

..."fascinating stereo cards, which were made exclusively in France, beginning in the 1860s, and continuing on until around 1900. The cards, called 'Diableries' (which translates roughly as 'Devilments') depict a whole imaginary underworld, populated by devils, satyrs and skeletons which are very much alive and, for the most part, having fun. The cards are works of art in themselves, and are known as FRENCH TISSUES, constructed in a special way to enable them to be viewed (in a stereoscope) illuminated from the front, for a normal 'day' appearance in monochrome, or illuminated from the back, transforming the view into a 'night' scene"

 [London Stereoscopic Company]

Occult Academy

Witchery - Witch Krieg

The Marchesa Casati

The Italian heiress lived in a Gothic Art Deco manor where peacocks and monkeys roamed freely. She threw opulent soirees. Once, La Casati wore a dress of white feathers, streaked with fresh blood. Another time, she draped live snakes around her neck and led two cheetahs on a leash, while being waited upon by male slaves wearing nothing but gold leaf.