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Ritual Tools

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Both the Way of Ahriman and Bible of Corruption will be retired with the publishing of Living Embodiment of Ahzi-Dahaka.  Here is the reworking and additions to the Traditional Ahrimanism ritual tools:

  • Religious Tools

 

Purpose of ceremonial magic is two-fold, to give sacrifice to the Daeva and to make request of the Daeva.  Each particular tool has a purpose in Physical Reality and in the Invisible.  We use these things as a way of celebrating and coming together to worship and sacrifice to seek the favor of the Daevas and seek help and guidance from the Invisible.  Human beings have lost their religious way and spiritual understanding of how the Invisible interacts with the Physical Reality, and this shows us that the time of Ahrimanic Teacher is imminent because of the religious deviation, division amongst all things, and belief only in Physical reality by way of science.  These destructive ideologies promulgate the Devil and strengthen Him.

Throughout time, Daeva have whispered to people the ways of magic and chaotic worship.  Many misunderstood in the Medieval Times, that Hebrew mysticism was the true path to become a living god or to have attained god like powers, and this same issue is alive and prevalent in the Occult world today.  Many magicians are often too scared to throw off the shackled righteous fear of Hell and they miss out on the extraordinary power of sorcery.  Ashemaogha Yatus, are sorcerers that attack Ahura Mazda, and makes apostates out of his followers.  For as Sorcerers we are to create vexation on all living things and destroy the “Good Ideology” by any means necessary, and especially with magic because it directly attacks Ahura Mazda himself.

Indoor Altar

 

There should be two physical altars in the ritual chamber, the floor altar has 2 purposes and is located in the center.  First purpose is for the Devil’s Yasna, which should be done a minimum of twice a month, but weekly is best.  The secondary purpose of the floor altar, is to raise it up to waist level for rituals that require a spiritual flesh altar, and it should be covered with a layer of black satin and a second layer of crimson red satin.  The floor altar should lay North to South, if sitting the head priest is looking North and if standing the head priest is facing the West wall.  The North Altar stands at the north wall running East and West as standing altar that the nightly transformative rituals are done.

Outdoor Altar

 

The Outdoor Altar is used for Quartly Rituals that are done on the Equinoxes and Soloists, and yearly feast should cooked in the fire pit part of the Outdoor Altar.  The fire pit should be 4 foot circumference about 18 inches deep, with a square retaining wall that encompasses the circular fire pit that is 5 foot by 5 foot; made from limestone bricks.  The pentagon should have its peak pointed to the North and the point should line up with the center of the circle of the fire pit with a 10 foot base.  The pentagon is made of large pieces of lumber with plastic laid on the open ground, and then fill the pentagon and around the retaining wall with pea gravel.  Place a canopy over the fire pit to protect it from the elements.

Candles

 

On the altar should be two candles.  Left front corner has a black candle.  This represents the Left-hand path and Melek Taus’s black flame.  Melek Taus guides us with this flame both in our internal elevation and evil enlightenment.  Right corner has a red candle, and represents the fire and will to concur by sustaining one’s own existence.  It’s with the Devil’s passion and chaos that we make our own way.

Athame

 

The athame is a forceful tool used by the Traditional Ahrimanist to extend his conscious mind’s command of desired magical out come and will into a finite point.  It is also used as a spiritual self-defense tool that can cut an entity down for a time if it’s attacking or being abstinent.  In many magical traditions, there are a variety of items that represent the magical male aspect of sexual nature of the blasting ideal of ejaculation.  Using the metaphor of a mushroom spore rain, sends the potential agitation to fertilize the ground to reproduce and continue its genetics.  The athame is by far the most precise version of the tools and the most base which gives it the most potential power.

Chalice, Offering Bowl, Menses Pot, Soma Cups

 

All of these containers have different jobs but maintain the same purpose of representing the feminine aspect of magic in the Invisible.  The Chalice gives the intoxicating libation of the female flesh that lowers inhibition and allows for fuller emotional expression and experience.  In Traditional Ahrimanism, the offering bowl represents the barren female that still collects the offer of the ash that is the remnants of desire delivered through Agni, which charges ash for defilement.  The lushest menses pot holds that very fluid of the sweetest corruption and concupiscence that calls the Daeva like beacon in the darkest night.  The Soma Cups hold the nectar of Zariz, through the Soma drink Angra Mainyu gives his blessing to the Sons of Adam.

 

Gong

 

The sound of clashing metal is music to the ears of the Daeva.  They are accustom to the sound meaning war and fighting, which is chaos, death, and blood.  This is to summon the Daeva to hear our request and receive our sacrifice.  The opposing noise would be banging a brass bowl or ringing a brass bell.  That is the reason that Traditional Ahrimanism has removed the use of the clearing bell.  It drives away the Daeva and calls the Ahuras into the space, though it can be used like Pavlov’s Conditioning methods.

Parchment or Flash paper

 

For traditional purposes, parchment paper is used for ritual requests.  For thousands of years man has used animal skin to write on.  Holding their tradition, the requests are written an animal skin.  The requests are then burned and Agni delivers the request to the intended Daeva. Flash paper should be used to cover sacrifices that are to be burned, and the flash is your way of knowing Agni has your sacrifice.

Altar Plaque and Amulet

 

The symbol of the Seraphim is the recognized by the denizens of Hell.  The altar plaque should be 18 inches in diameter.  The symbol of the Seraphim is different than the normal Baphomet.  The face of the lion is maintained due to the long time association of the lion and Ahriman.  The six wings is the authority of the Seraphim.  Around the Seraphim you find sigils of Ahriman, Melek Taus, and Jahi.  These are the ruling body of Hell and Earth.  Through our Spiritual Oligarchy can all the spenders of the Physical World be attain if one destroys the enemy’s Spiritual Kingdom.

Mirrors

 

Uses the pentagonal setup of 5 mirrors (like the center of the pentagram, apex pointed north) allows for an X crossroad versus a + crossroad.  The infinity crossroad allows for direct energy exchange with the Devil.  The third vector is created by having mirrors in and above the space enclosed within the pentagonal gateway.  This allows for the physical temple to be projected and become the spiritual temple as well.  Here is, behind the black hole do we conspire with Angra Mainyu.

Strobe Lights

 

Strobe lights have a more mental purpose to help connect to the Invisible.  Its best t0 use three different strobe lights running at three different speeds.  Bounce the lights off the mirrors to enhance the infinity vector of the crossroads.  This amplifies the direct link of the subconscious mind to the Devil’s Domain through the gateway that is opened by the mirrors.  It’s best to have both mirrors and strobe lights on the floor, minus the one mirror on the ceiling.  If people who are part of the ritual have epilepsy or start having seizures then be ready to deal with that.

Tesla Coil

These are used for a twofold purpose.  Charging the ritual chamber with a Tesla Coil allows us to bring in O3, which also cause the same type of electro-static charge of the earth’s atmosphere.  This also produced the same ionization that is found after a lightning strike and the gamma reflection of the Moon, which in turns creates a charging environment for the Invisible Daeva.  It also charges the human adrenal response, which also causes the molecules of our cells to become energetic.  Ritual requires the tapping of the reptilian brain.  The major emotions of fear, anger, and lust live here.  The higher the emotional response, the better results can be.

Oils and Incense

 

Knowing that the sense of smell is the sense that connects strongest to memory, its best to use oils and incense that are unique and outside the normal range of daily scents.  The burning of incense is another offering and sacrifice to the Daeva.  Sandal incense have proven to be best to appease the Daeva.  Cypress and Pine Tree scented oils bring about the scent of the Fly Agaric Mushrooms because they grow at the base of these trees.  Make the scent of the ritual chamber conducive to the Daeva and a remembered scent to those who worship there.

Music

 

The scent is the catalyst to the emotion to occur, and then music drives the emotion through the ritual.  Instrumental music is best because lyrics can be distracting, which can break mental focus and can separate emotional experience of the ebbs and flows of the music while disrupting the spoken aspect of ritual.  The addition of white noise, bi-nary beats at the Theta level, is best to bring about a good trance state that allows for the highest amount of creative energy that allows communication directly to the Indivisible.  Black noise of chaos can also be added to create an adrenal response and an uneasiness that allows for focus to be maintain without falling asleep.  Musical ambience is important to establish and maintain emotional response to include the mesmerizing effect of a strong beat that follows the spoken aspect (Celebration is ritual and ritual is sacrifice).

Idols

 

A physical representation of a Daeva that is worshiped allows for both the devotee and the Daeva to store energy together.  This allows for a reservoir of energy for both.  It also gives that particular Daeva and anchor to the Physical Reality that gives easier congress to be summoned into ritual.  The use of a clear quartz crystal can help with the communication between the devotee and Daeva.  The combined essence of both idol and crystal gives a Yatus a unique combination to commune with Daeva.

Japa-Mala and Gem Stones

 

As one progress on the path of Evil Enlightenment, mantra and tantric working that will require the use of counting device that becomes charged with your Prana and the Daeva’s spiritual essence.  Rudraksha Japa-Mala is the chosen mala because it is the prayer beads use by Shivites, and Rudraksha means Rudra (Shiva/Nanshait) and aksha means eyes or tears.  The mala is to be made of 108 seeds from Rudraksha Tree (which is an evergreen tree) 3 Lapis Lazuli spacer beads, 1 bindu bead made of ox bone, and Seraphim or Om pendant.  The use of a variety of gem stones are used to be charged in the use of mantra, planetary mantra, masturbatory tantric work, and other Chakra workings.  These stones can be used with combination of seed mantra working and your intent to use against a target to attack spiritually.

Ritual Book

 

This should be your personal journal of nightly ritual and the recorded after effects.  In the Traditional Ahrimanist Temple, the Ritual Book is the hand written clergy manual written by the Mobed of that chapter.  Nobody is to handle that book except the Dastur, Mobed it belongs to, or that Mobed’s Herbad.  This is book used in weekly, quarterly, and yearly rituals.  It also contains the secrets of the clergy, will be maintained under lock and key.

Yantras

 

Yantras are used similar to angelic or demonic sigils or seals.  You may also find that working with Yantras was stolen and reworked by the Jews with their Qabalah practices.  The point of Yantra working is to open your subconscious mind to the influence of the Daeva that choose to work with at that time.  These could be used for the purpose to allow for communication with a Chakra Guardian Daeva or use for exterior magic in the form of a talisman that can be charged for your own purposes.  The most common you find are Chakra Flags but those are missing the Deva and his spiritual chariot and only have the concurrent color and Bindu symbology.

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Invisible (Internal)

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The term invisible that comes from the Zoroastrian understanding of the spiritual reality that is beyond conception of our 5 physical senses. Some of the best understanding of this comes from Vedic Hinduism and Theosophy (Study of Spirit Science founded by Rudolf Steiner).  A lot of the Theosophical ideas come directly from the Vedas and Tantric understandings, but unfortunately Christianity and Tibetan Buddhism got intertwined as well.  This required a guarded evil mind to sift through what is usable and corruptible to fit our needs as Mainyu devotees.  To make this as easy to follow as possible, we shall start from the inside of our person.

Upon birth, we take our first breath in.  This brings into the body, its soul.  This is our pedometer of our righteous and evil thoughts, speech, and deeds.  Per the universal understanding, the more evil that you produce the heavier your soul gets and the more righteousness you produce the lighter your soul gets.  This is said to rest within your lower abdomen, and it’s possible that is linked into the Manipura Chakra.

This soul is the piece of Ahura Mazda that returns, so that knowledge of the human existence is gained and if the person was righteous enough, power is gained.  This is the link of the righteous with their Asuras and Ahuras.  In Catholicism this is the place the touch during prayer and call it the Son.  In Zoroastrianism, this is Atar whom is a Son of Ahura Mazda, which is represented by the temple fire.   Agri is the guardian of the Manipura Chakra, and he is the courier of our sacrifices to the Daeva.

In appears as religion and spirituality evolved, you will see the concept of this internal trinity creates an absorption of the base aspect of the human being and reduces the human beings into vessels of one god concept.  This blurs the line between the Soul and Chakra as separate spiritual energy forms.  As separate forms you find the base separation of LHP from RHP.  Should you choose through spiritual workings to combine your 3 base Chakras with your Soul, you are now walking on the RHP.

Should you make the decision to walk on the LHP, even Zurathustra taught this, it has to be your conscious decision of your free will to walk either path.  Should one do the flip/flop and not stay on one or the other path, you will attain no spiritual favor.  These folks end up in the sandstorms of purgatory with no reward.  The natural energy that come from the Root and Sacral Chakras are what ignites the Manipura to motivate you into Evil.  If you allow for the Soul to absorb the 3 base Chakras, then it is the Solar Throne (Sun) that ignites the motivation of Righteousness.  The problem is, because Ahriman granted all woman kind the ability to stir concupiscence in the loins of men, the purity of Solar Fire can be over ridden with the lust to reproduce.

This concupiscence leads to what the pious call immoral sexual acts.  These acts are numerous and listing them would be a waste of time, but let’s examine why the pious attempt to refrain from them and normally project the behavior onto others and persecute those who partake in the same activities.  If our animal nature is suppressed, it will contort under the pressure.  This may lead to “perverse” acts of satisfaction that where vexed out by druj (lesser evil).   Depending on the act, violent nature, perversion, receiving orifice, amount of bodily spillage (feces, urine, and menses), and adrenal dump can lead into a “Demonic Possession.”  In general, these types of possesses start low key and appear as a mental illness. If druj isn’t expelled or put under control, it will consume each Chakra one by one.

Once the vital life essence has been consumed, the soul will be corrupted and force the subtle body into its control.  Once this has occurred, if an exorcism is forced onto the demonic host, the host will die because it’s like ripping out barbed vines that are incasing the nerves’ of the demonic host.  This type exorcism is only to save and preserve the Soul for its return to Ahura Mazda.  If the possession is allowed to carry on, the druj will take control of the husk and force it to commit acts it deems worthy of evil.  Once the body dies, the corrupted Soul returns and weakens Ahura Mazda, and the damaged subtle body begins its transformation into a druj that is now commanded by its master druj.

This is the plan set forth by Father Ahriman to attack the pious, righteous, and Ahura Mazda; it also includes how man is used to become a druj that is within Hell’s legions.  This is why it is important to understand the importance of the subtle body and what it is.  What most people recognize as the Soul, is really the Spirit.  The Spirit is a combination of the subtle body and the subconscious mind.  The subtle body is your spiritual essence that passes on from body to body through reincarnation and receives the sense impressions from the subconscious mind.  Think of the subconscious mind as a receiver and supercomputer that passes information along to the subtle body which is like the dark net.

Our Chakras are energy centers that keep our entire being alive with both vital and spiritual essence.  The subtle body pervades throughout the entire being and is interconnected to all the Chakras, Soul, conscious mind, subconscious mind and physical body.  As said earlier, the soul is a pedometer of good and evil production, it also is hard drive that delivers the information learned throughout life as a human.  The Conscious Mind perceives reality through the 5 physical senses, it allows for decision making, and creates thoughts and fantasies that also contributes to the decision making process.  The Subconscious mind can act as a filter for the conscious mind, impresses experiences onto the subtle body, and can act as a rely antennae to the external invisible world.

The other way we can use the interconnection of the Chakras and Spirit is to use religious meditative practices to train the Subconscious Mind to repetitively impress the same information onto the Subtle Body so that impression can be met with the Guardian Daeva of the Chakra.  This creates spiritual sense organs that allows for communication threw the Subtle Body to the Subconscious, which in turn gives intuitive powers from the Chakra Guardians, which are called Siddhi.  These powers include knowledge of past, present, and future; astral travel, empathy, and etc.  This why our same Daeva are used in the Chakra, Dikpala, Astrological, and Religious working.  This helps strengthen our powers inside and out along with stretching our Consciousness into the Purusha through Father Ahriman.

The Chakras are energy centers that are in line with particular aspects of our nervous system that directs important aspects of our being.  These energy centers are normally described as wheels, in actuality they spherical.  Due to the limited movement of our physical eyes, when we work with the images known as Yantra, we can only work with Chakras on a 2 dimensional level.  To help press the impression onto the Subtle Body we use the sense of sight in a way the directly bypasses the Conscious Mind by rotating the eyes counter clock-wise.   This allows for a more direct impression because the Subconscious Mind is receiving the direct repetitive practice without inhibiting any information.

The rotation of counter clock-wise, also known as widdershins, is encased in the lore of rotating against the Sun’s natural rotation on the Northern Hemisphere of the planet.  Both Zoroastrians and Vedic Hindus are worshipers of Solar Deities.  It’s in our best interest to limit our usage of this celestial body in our personal and group workings because it is the throne of the patron deities of the RHP.  We should also limit the amount of time we work with the moon as well, because the moon reflects the Sun’s light and rotates in the same direction as the Sun.  You must respect and know the Moon controls the ebbs and flow of not only the ocean tides, but our chemistry as well.

This is most apparent in women, by way of their menstrual cycle following the phases of the Moon.  In many forms of occult understanding the male is represented by the Sun or an Isosceles Triangle with apex point up and the female is represented by the Moon or an Isosceles Triangle with the apex pointing down.  This leads to the 6 pointed star, which most recognize as the Star of David, in actuality it’s a symbol of sex between a male and female.  Most of the Occult is to master the power creation, if human life is the highest form of life, the creation of another human being is the highest achievement.  The deviation we are working towards, is to use this highly charged creative energy to influence a change in reality to our will.

Looking into the mythos of Melek Taus having Mashay and Mashyanag place their respective seed in individual jars and burying these jars.  After 9 months, Mashay’s jar produced twins (the Sons of Adam) and Mashyanag’s was barren.  One of the lessons in this mythos teaches us that a man’s seed has the ability to create in the spiritual without the need of the women’s seed.  What this means in simple terms, man can project the imagery of change from the Ajna Chakra with the strength of his Will behind it.  This can create a limited effect in reality without a long term sustaining affect, unless he continues to feed the magical stream.

The mythos of Ahriman kissing Jahi, thus blessing womankind with the cycle of menses which in tuned woman to the Moon’s control over the ocean tides.  Woman kind also gained the power of concupiscence over loins of mankind.  Even though Mashyanag’s jar was barren, it was her jar that allows for life to sustain itself.  In order to create a self-sustaining magical affect, the spiritual energy from both partners’ Chakas must be aligned and open.  To make this magical creation in an evil fashion, its best that the female is menstruating, this brings in the Evil Beings to feed off the adrenal energy.

The Moon Cycle lines up with menstrual cycle, and this attracts the most Evil Beings to attend to magical act between the pair or pairs engaged in the sex act.  As mentioned before, the male is projecting the image and his will into the female.  This communicates the goal to the lesser druj and the female’s Subconscious Mind.  She receives the image, seed, and will of the male.  Through her Sahasrara Chakra, the wanted affect and creation is projected to Father Ahriman who then charges affect to push it into Purusha.  That is if Father Ahriman finds the affect to His advantage.

If this Tantric act is way of communicating to the Devil and to project our Will and Vision onto reality, both male and female must prepare and strengthen themselves for this act.  The most difficult part is for both to be able to activate and milk each Chakra before the Will and Vision is projected by the mutual orgasm.  A lot of these, will occur during foreplay leading up the sexual act.  This is why there will be a focus on massaging your own Chakras, to begin the milking process.  Along with using masturbation to release the energy that is produced during process of popping open the Chakra and the Guardian Daeva receiving a charge as well.

All the different pieces fit together, and I will try to explain as clearly as I can how these aspects fit together.  Your physical nervous system and 5 physical senses permeate with your Subtle Body (Spiritual Body).  This is what most people think is their “Soul,” but the Subtle Body is bound to the physical body by the Soul.  This pedometer is housed above lower abdomen where the Muladhara and Swadhisthana Chakras are.  The Muladhara is contained within the nerve bundle from the anus to the perineum (the butthole to the taint), and where the Swadhisthana sits between the Sacrum and the Pubic Symphysis (inside the center of the hip girdle).

Above the Swadhisthana in the center of your being is where the Soul (pedometer) resides in the body.  I find it ironic that it is housed among the intestines where the evil attracting feces comes from, but any food consumption will pass through here.  You charge your food through your hands with either positive or negative emotion or thought.  My theory is, this charged food flips the counter on the pedometer one way or the other because any time we have a high emotional experience we need to eat to replenish all the energy expended from the experience.  My theory is based on information gained through Arda Viraf and other Eastern ideas of Heaven vs Hell.

The concepts of Heaven throughout different aspects of Eastern ideals vary, but the main concept holds true in all of them.  Heaven is a place, happiness and joy, eating good food with good cooperative people that you knew during your life, especially your ancestors.  The aspect of purgatory is loneness and starvation as a period of penance to purify the self, and you see this reflection when “holy” men fast or go on sabbatical.  Hell is a place of isolation within a darkness so thick it can be cut with a knife, and the smell so putrid it would choke the life out of any living being.  The punishment using forced attrition of eating excrement, menses, and include vile acts to consume human waste or human flesh.

Since the Spiritual is supposed to be a reflection of the physical, this is how the RHP has related the afterlife or Spiritual realm.  This same type of reflection can also be found in the understanding that the human body is miniature living shrine of the cosmos.  This teachings gives us the understanding that if we a miniature living shrines of the cosmos, then we choose to be a living embodiment of Ahzi-Dahaka.  It was Ahzi-Dahaka who held the Devil’s power of creation in human form.  We just need to unlock the serpent’s power found through our internal Chakra which reflect the planets in the Solar System.

The Manipura Chakra is in the Solar Plexus, found between the Kidneys and behind the Pancreas.  Prana is the universal life force that permeates everything throughout the universe, and it is the Manipura Chakra that has a direct connection to Sun.  This connection to the Solar Throne must be monitored closely, and requires reclusive behavior to limit the amount of direct Solar Prana we absorb.  We work Magic at Night and in the Dark because of a 2 fold purpose, so that Solar Entities sight is encumbered and people’s subconscious is most open to spiritual influence while they are dreaming.  The spiritual and psychic space is at its clearest and open without the energy exchange of prayer between the Solar Throne and the Solar Worshiper.

We choose to charge our Manipura Chakra in the Moon Light because it casts the reflection of the Solar Throne.  This Moon Prana acts as a filter for the Prana that we use to fuel our internal spiritual energy.  Just as the female’s menstrual cycle is controlled by the phases of the moon, so is all of our Prana charging controlled.  Follow the astrological movements of the Moon to exact your external magical workings.  Charging your Manipura Chakra with the Black Flame of Lunar’s Prana leads to undefiled wisdom.

The Anahata Chakra is located between the Heart, which sets hbetween the lungs at the Cardiac Notch, and the Thoracic Vertebrae 5-7.  This where the Thoracic Spine is most convex, and the exchange of breath occurs.  This exchange is important to us because the elements most associates with order if Fire and Air, and Air is what we are breathing.  While working with entities of any kind, breathing in the nose and out of the mouth is a necessity because Ahuric (angelic) forms enter through the mouth.  This is how they possess, through the Anahata Chakra the Ahuric entities have control of the actions of the arms and hands.

When an Ahuric entity takes control of these heart felt actions, these action are beyond space, time, and karma.  The reason this is, is because Ahuric entities have no free will.  They only serve the Will of Ahura Mazda, and this how people can become a vessel for Gawd.  These entities have to be invited by way of speech.  Their plan is force man to receive this, and submit to Gawd’s will.

The purpose of the amulet or talisman is to ward off this type of entity to approach and to invite the Daeva entity to know you are one of them.  The real reason why Christians wear the symbol of the cross is because they constantly put the crossroad over their Anahata Chakra.  This allows for free passage of the Ahuric entity to move in and out of the possess, and this is how the Gawd is always monitoring its sheeple.  This is why we encourage our people to where the symbol of Ahriman or the Ohm symbol of Nanshait.  Symbol of Ahriman is most offensive because it has the 3 sigils of Ahriman, Melek Taus, and Jahi, where the Ohm symbol will just be ignored by the Ahuric Entities.

By offending or becoming invisible to the Ahuras, we can allow for the internal crossroad at this Chakra to express itself where the masculine and the feminine energies meet and meld together.  During the Tantric magical act is where the two physical beings will connect and become one spiritually.  Just as the Ahuras can use this Chakra to create acts outside of time, space, and karma. We can use this same parameters of this Chakra’s precedence to communicate our will directly to the Daeva without the hindrance of time, space, and karma.  They work our will without the karmic influence pressing on our Subtle Body.

Vishuddha Chakra sits amongst the Thyroid Gland at the 3rd Cervical Vertebrae.  The Larynx (voice box) is directly below starting at the 4th Cervical Vertebrae.  Speech is how we push will out to create and manipulate reality.  Evil Speech and blasphemy not only frees us from enslavement, it creates our environment we live in.  The vibration of a tonal magical language leaves patterns that reflect symbols used to speak and those symbols either unlock pathway for spiritual entities or communicate a specific information to prepare the entities for the request.

Evil Mind is a combination of the Ajna and Manas Chakras.  Ajna Chakra is also known as the Third Eye and is located around the Pineal Gland and has direct access to the spiritual through the point on the forehead just above the brow in the center. This where the spiritual sense organs develop and the Siddhis come to us.  This is the spiritual generator and antenna for the Subconscious Mind.  Just above is the Minor Chakra, Manas, its job is to communicate 5 physical sense impressions to the Ajna Chakra, Sahasrara, and Subtle Body.  It also communicates to the Ajna Chakra when you are asleep.

Sahasrara Chakra is where the Bregma (this is where the 3 main sutures close the soft spot after birth) is on top of the skull.  This Chakra opens us to what the Hindus refer to as Akasha (Akatasha is Evil Mind), this is the aether or the element known as space.  Connecting to space brings the knowledge of universal order, which why we allow the Serpent of Ahriman rest upon the Sahasrara Chakra.  This gives us direct link to the knowledge of universal chaos and the undoing of time and space.  Through the internal serpent rising through the Kundalini and the Devil’s spiritual serpent wrapped around us, all brought into alignment together, is how we become Living Embodiments of Ahzi-Dahaka.

Ethics and Amorality (Public Piece)

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          When there is a society or community, there must be an agreed set of rules.  These rules are based off an accepted ideology that is necessary for everyone within the community to be able to work together without having to worry about the people within their community.  If a member or members, choose to break those accepted, there are consequences to the behavior that threatens the members of the community or the community at large.  Even those consequences should be accepted by the community as just and abhorrent enough, so others will be less likely to participate in the same suffering in the future.

We at the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu are a counter-culture closed society.  Meaning, that we are against the majority of the culture in which we live and we have an ethical code that is followed only within our closed community.  We share an accepted Evil Ideology that is found within our religion, and is enforced by our ritual practice.  These are the tools that we take with us into the outside culture.  Within the closed community there is a different set of ethics because without them the closed community will eat itself alive.  This only serves the surviving predator.  We see this as a major issue that is destroying Satanism, and why Traditional Ahrimanism was born.  There was a need to create a body of people and religious principles that creates a uniting force that can oppose the tyranny of the slave master’s rule over the majority of the culture and society that we share with the enemy.

Closed communities, that are counter-culture, arise throughout history when people become vexed within a culture.  Many counter-cultures have led to revolutions, movements, and alternative ideology that lead movements and revolutions.  There were founding fathers of the United States of America who develop an ideology based what they called Reason that was within a Deistic understanding of religion.  To sum up this ideology, Reason is a logical set of thinking and deducing things to the natural and leaving behind supernatural or religious intervention.  Deism is an understanding that a Creator has no interaction with its creation because it is unable to or has abandoned it.

This very ideology lead both the American Revolution against England and the French Revolution.  This created much turmoil that led to wars on both fronts.  In the end, freedom was attained.  These are examples when this counter-culture worked to gain independence from tyranny.  During the rule of Emperor Xerxes in Persia, there was a movement of people who used Cyrus the Great’s law of religious freedom to buck the laws of the empire.  The clergy of the religion of Marduk, would cause 2 up rising amongst the people of the villages and cities in which they resided in.  The God King Xerxes had fire priests of Ahura Mazda in his court.

Since Zoroastrianism was gaining a stronghold throughout Persia, the older religious ways where being snuffed out.  Hence, the reason for the up risings and movement against the empire.  This pushed Xerxes to adapt the old laws of Jamshid, which the Zoroastrians had indoctrinated into their religion.  Thus destroying the freedoms given by Cyrus, and in response, Xerxes had their golden statue of Marduk smelted down to nothing.  Xerxes also subjugated the cities and villages to meet the Zoroastrian Ideological Law.

That is an example of a new/recycled ideology grasping hold and enslaving and subjugating society to fit its need.  This type of movement and revolution seems to occur more often than the previous mention one about the Founding Father’s ideology and revolution.  Once an ideology of freedom is established, those who promote enslavement will stop at nothing to erode the free ideology over long period’s time.  My example is, the Catholic/Christian oppression of American freedoms that started in 1913 with the Federal Reserve Act.  This type of eroding has continued on to the present, were the Catholic/Christian ideology is being pushed and accepted because they have the power and money to highly influence the legislative body of the United States Government.

It appears that we are headed toward another religious and ideological dark age.  How does fight this type of oppression?  It’s quite simple, build a religious ideology that strictly opposes the current ruling enslavers.  Then take this ideology that has the same protection, and attack their ideology.  The lesson to be learned from history is not to oppose the empire, but those clergy who inspire and influence it.

Official Press Release For Ahrimani Enlightenment

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CONTROVERSIAL BOOK TELLS THE TRUE NATURE AND
HISTORY BEHIND SATANISM

Ahrimani Enlightenment, a new book by Adam Daniels, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

“Both good and evil are equal forces in a constant war that maintains equilibrium. We have been under the law of ‘Light,’ and it has shown itself to be abusive, enslaving, and stifling to the betterment of mankind.”

Thus opens the Ahrimani Enlightenment by Dastur Adam Daniels, a tome that serves as a guide for those who choose to worship Ahriman, providing key articles of faith, prayers, and rituals. Ahriman is of course the nemesis of Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrianism, and here he is interpreted as the true essence of the universe, assisted by Melek Taus, the illuminating light, guardian, and ruler of Earth in this system.

For the uninitiated, the church of Ahriman seeks to break away from the conventional association with traditional Satanists, “due to the understanding that Satan is a fallen angel subservient to the slave master Jehovah. Traditional Satanists believe that in the end, Satan and Jehovah will war and Satan will emerge the victor. However, Ahriman is an equally unstoppable force. The Dark Ages, dominated by the Catholic Church, based their spiritual enemy, Satan, on Ahriman.

About the Author:
Adam Daniels holds a sixth degree black belt in aikido and a black belt in judo. After killing an assailant in self-defense, Dastur discovered he could find little solace in the religions and spiritual systems he could find. A critical statement in a Satanic Bible, however, enabled him to turn his life around, and he has never since looked back, even finally finding a way to fuse Satanism with Eastern spirituality.

Ahrimani Enlightenment is a 72-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4809-0149-0. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom atwww.dorrancepressroom.com or our online bookstore atwww.dorrancebookstore.com.

Traditional Ahrimanism is Stand Alone

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Traditional Ahrimanism as taught by the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu, is a stand alone religious practice.  This religion is built out of deep study into Indo-Iranian, Vedic Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Zurvanism, and Yazidism.  Traditional Ahrimanism is codified within these constructs only.  The base magical system is a corrupted rewritten perversion of Enochian Magic along with base sorcery found in Shivate worship to include Aghori traditions.  Traditional Ahrimanism has been classified by Dr Sieg of the University of New Mexico as:  An anti-cosmic religion, that is humanistic as its follows because base human nature is self-destructive.  The church is uncovering and reconstructing an ancient form of Deva worship that is centered around Angra Mainyu.  Angra Mainyu is normally missed translated as angry spirit, in reality its translated as the spirit of anguish and anxiety.  They are also an apocalyptic religion that is trying to unleash the Devil to destroy the Earth, and they engage in spiritual battle through ritualistic practice against Ahura Mazda and its followers.

Traditional Ahrimanism has nothing to do with Luciferianism.  There are minor similarities because there is limited amount of codified religious knowledge of Zoroastrianism and Yazidism.  Traditional Ahrimanism is a theistic religion, where Luciferianism; is a atheistic form of philosophy that engages in a pantheistic magical practice that is based on Joseph Campbell’s theory on blanket arch-types and Karl Jung’s version of Gnostic Christianity that uses Qabala as an internal self-development system.  This system is never really explained on its use.  Traditional Ahrimanism uses the theories set forth by Rudolf Steiner with Spiritual Science combined with Chakra practice, codified by the Traditional Ahrimanic religious dogma, that guides the practitioner step by step.

Luciferianism is another occult practice that uses multiple pantheons and cultural religious practices, in a similar practice to Thelema’s philosophy, of having your head in the heavans and your feet in the hells.  They take these things to the extremes so they can have lone practitioners buy the “necessary” tools needed to “work” the Luciferian magical path way.  In order to engage in this practice of multiple pantheons, you will need items specifically for only one pantheon at a time.  This includes a variety of daggers, masks, books, sigils, robes, books, music, candles, incenses, books, and other kinds of ritual gear.  Of course, they have an internet shop where you, can purchase these things for above average price because they are considered specialty items.  Traditional Ahrimanism suggest tools that you should use and most of these things can be found at low prices in stores in your city or neighborhood, and they are universal in most forms of magical practice.

Luciferianism teaches its followers to be hidden away from society and disconnect from all social nets as a form of sustaining godhood.  They claim long periods of isolation helps build strength, and this can be true for more experienced practitioners, but is disastrous to new people who are likely come from a traumatic back ground to begin with. These folks are their prey that they get the most money from.  Traditional Ahrimanism teaches people to be proud of their religion, but to keep it to themselves because of the normal reaction to worshiping the devil.  Finally, the leaders of Traditional Ahrimanism put their money where their mouth is by provoking, fighting, and winning against the Catholic Church in a public/political fight that was seen world wide.  This proves the strength and character that Traditional Ahrimanism provides its followers.

Yatus and the Cosmos, Path of Ahzi-Dahaka

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THE STORY OF ZOHAK

In Arabia, there lived a noble king. His name was Mardas (also called Khrutasp of Babylon). He had only one son, Zohak, who was brave but also very rash and ambitious. Ahriman (Satan) decided to corrupt Zohak. He sent Evil, disguised as a well-wisher called Ablis, to the court. Praising Zohak for his valour and wisdom, he brought the young man completely under his influence. Ablis told him “I have great knowledge and if you obey me, I will make you master of the world. But you must pledge yourself fully to me and swear that you will always do what I tell you to do”. Zohak foolishly agreed. The first task he was given by Ahriman horrified him, because it was to kill his own father and become king: “For while your old father lives, you will remain unknown”. Zohak could not however break away from Satan and followed the evil plan.

The old king used to go to his garden before dawn to take a bath and prepare for his prayers. Zohak was made to dig a deep pit in the path, plant sharp stakes there and cover it with straw. Mardas fell into the pit and died and Zohak crowned himself King of the Arabs.

Zohak learnt the art of black magic from Ahriman and began to rule. Satan now appeared to Zohak in the form of a sweet-tongued young man who was an expert cook. He succeeded in being made the chief cook in the palace. Till that time, most food had been cooked from vegetables and herbs, for men ate “what grew from the earth”. Satan fed Zohak a delicious dish made with eggs. Then every day he slaughtered a different bird or animal and served these dishes – partridge, chicken, lamb, veal and other such animals. He fed Zohak with blood and the royal prince wanted more and more such food.

O flesh of every beast and every bird

He brought him one by one as he preferred

And like a lion nourished him with blood

So as to make the king bold on such food

Zohak believed that eating flesh made him strong and brave like a lion, and called the cook to thank him.The cook asked for a boon. “If the king takes pleasure in thy servant, grant that he may kiss thy shoulders”. Zohak gave permission, the cook kissed him on his shoulders, and immediately the earth opened beneath his feet and the cook disappeared. All the courtiers were very agitated. But as they turned around they saw that from the king’s shoulders sprang two hissing serpents, black and poisonous. The king was terrified and commanded they should be cut off. But every time the snakes were cut they grew again and the whole court was in despair.

Satan once again appeared disguised as a learned doctor and declared

What is done is done.

Feed them to turn them calm …

No other remedy the case will meet

Save brains of men give ye them to eat”

It was Satan’s secret plan to make sure that two young humans were killed daily to feed Zohak, for in this way he ultimately schemed to rid the world of human beings. Zohak fed the brains of two young men daily to his snakes and fear and terror of the king spread through the land.

Two young Iranian brothers, Armail and Karmail, tried to prevent total slaughter and joined the palace as cooks. Every day they rescued the life of one man brought to the kitchens and replaced his brain with the brain of a sheep. In this way they saved hundreds of lives. The youths who were rescued were told to flee to the mountains and forests and never come back. These people started leading nomadic lives in the wilderness and it is believed that the present day Kurds are their descendants.

King Jamshed at this time had become weak by disobeying Ahura Mazda, and as Zohak’s power spread, the nobles of Iran thought he could restore peace. Zohak marched into Iran and crowned himself. Finally, Zohak found king Jamshed, who had fled the country, and killed him by having his body cut into two parts. Zohak took Jamshed’s two sisters, Shernaz and Arnavaz, into his harem. So Zohak, having his sold his soul to the devil, now was king of Arabia, Iran and the surrounding country, and he believed he was king of the world. It was a sad time, for every day men were killed in court to satisfy the snakes. Evil and vice spread all over the world and virtue hid its face.

Ahura Mazda now saw that the people had learnt that evil only begets evil. He wanted to stop the suffering of the earth. He therefore caused a grandson to be born to Jamshed who was named Faridun. Zohak had a terrible dream:

A youth was there

Tall as a Cypress and with kingly air.

With loins all girded and of royal grace

He carried in his hands a bull –headed mace

Zohak he fierce attacked, to battle led

And struck with ox-headed mace upon his head”.

The tyrant called wise men to interpret his dream. They were frightened to tell the king the truth but finally, one brave priest named Zirak, interpreted the dream thus: “There will arise one named Faridun, who shall inherit your throne and strike you down with a bull-headed mace”. Zohak swooned in anger and fear, but when he recovered he sent his warriors out to search for Faridun.

Abtin, a young and handsome man, was Faridun’s father. He used to stay in hiding from Zohak’s cruelty but was finally caught and killed. Faridun’s mother, Faranak, kept the boy hidden in a thick forest where a wondrous cow named Purmayah nursed him. Purmayah’s hair was the colour of a peacock’s feather. When Zohak came to learn of this hiding place, Faridun’s mother fled to a holy man on Mount Alburz and asked him to guard and protect the boy. Zohak had discovered Purmayah in the forest. In his anger that Faridun had escaped, he killed the cow and destroyed the whole forest, turning it into a barren desert. At the age of sixteen, Faridun learnt the truth about his father and his birth. Hearing of Zohak’s cruelty, Faridun was keen to take revenge, but his mother told him to wait till he had allies to help him in his destined task.

Zohak, in his fury, demanded that all his people declare him a just and noble king and sign the Mehzar Nameh or pledge of loyalty. Most obeyed out of fear, but one man named Kaveh refused in anger. He told his story to all: “I am Kaveh, a blacksmith, I want justice against the king. I had seventeen fair sons; you, King, have killed sixteen to satisfy your serpents and have now told me to send my last child. I will not do so”. Zohak, fearing that the people were turning against him, tried to bribe Kaveh, granted the life of his son and appealed to Kaveh to state that he was a noble and just king. Kaveh angrily rejected the king and strode out from the palace to the market place where he stirred up the oppressed people against the evil Zohak. Kaveh took off his blacksmith’s leather apron, and putting it on the point of a lance, raised it as the flag of freedom. He declared that he and the people would find Faridun to free them from Zohak. This banner made by Kaveh became Iran’s national flag for five dynasties and came to be called the Drafshe Kavyani or Kavyani Zundo (the royal flag).

The crowd of people marched with Kaveh to Faridun’s mother’s home, holding up this flag. Faridun knew that it was time to reclaim Jamshed’s throne. He asked for his mother’s blessings, had a bull-headed iron mace made to remind him of the cow Purmayah who had nursed and protected him, and embroidered the leather apron of Kaveh with his mother’s jewels because it was to be the flag of freedom. The army set forth to search for Zohak. After crossing the river Tigris, they reached the palace of the king. All the people of the city (Beitul Mukaddas) rallied to Faridun who freed Jamshed’s two sisters Shernaz and Arnavaz. Faridun was declared the king.

Zohak returned with an army but the people of the city threw bricks and stones from their city towers on the tyrant, and Faridun’s army shattered Zohak’s forces. Zohak and Faridun came face to face, but even as the young man raised his bull-headed mace to crush Zohak, the angel Sarosh swooped down and proclaimed “Strike not; not yet has come his time for death”. Sarosh told Faridun to take Zohak to Mount Demavand and bind him to a rock. There the hot sun punished him for his deeds, the chains cut into his flesh and his tongue was parched with thirst. Legend says that Zohak is still imprisoned on Mount Demavand, and every night he cuts at the iron chains that bind him and makes them thin. But just as they are about to snap, morning dawns with the crow of the rooster (allegorically it means the forces of evil are powerful at night but the good forces symbolized by the rooster, bird of angel Sarosh, become powerful in the light of day and forces evil to retreat) which restores the chains to their original size. So Zohak eternally suffers some of the cruelty that he had inflicted on others.

Faridun took over Zohak’s kingdom and reigned in his place.

 Kunda

Kundalini rising or awareness is represented by 2 snkaes Shiva and Shakti

Shiva and Shakti

Consciousness and Energy

Amongst the attributes of the Chakras we meet two important symbols: Shiva and Shakti.

SHIVA symbolises consciousness, the masculine principle.
SHAKTI symbolises the feminine principle, the activating power and energy.

Whenever a power becomes active, and wherever energy exists, Shakti is working. Other terms for these primal principles are PURUSHA and PRAKRITI; Purusha is consciousness and Prakriti is nature.

Lord Shiva is generally portrayed holding a trident, which represents the trinity of Īshwara, Purusha and Prakriti .

Īshwara is the omnipresent, eternal, formless divine principle; Purusha is the Ātmā and Prakriti is the manifestation, nature. An electric light can be used to explain their relationship. The electric current, which is the source of the light, is Īshwara; the light is Purusha, and the object that is illuminated is Prakriti.

SHAKTI (or Prakriti) means energy, power, movement, change, nature. It is the maternal principle – the provider, abundance. In the human as well as in the animal kingdom the mother offers nourishment, warmth and security. There is no greater love than the love of a mother. The mother carries and nourishes the child in her own body. When it is born she provides it with mother’s milk and raises it at the sacrifice of her own self until it becomes self-reliant.

SHIVA (or Purusha), on the other hand, is pure consciousness – the unchanging, unlimited and unswayable observer. Purusha has no desires whatsoever; these are inherent only in Prakriti. Purusha is the empty, clear screen onto which Prakriti projects her colourful film.

Shiva and Shakti are manifestations of the all-in-one divine consciousness – different sides of the same coin. In many pictures these two primal powers are each depicted as being one half of the same image; one side female and one side male. The left side is the Divine Mother, Pārvatī, the “feminine” energy, and the right side represents Shiva, the “masculine” consciousness.

Through the splitting of the primordial principle at the advent of creation the duality within our lives came into being, together with a strong force that is constantly striving to re-unite with the other part.

Only when Shiva and Shakti combine can action, movement and creation arise. Until energy is impregnated with consciousness it is ignorant, disordered, aimless and “blind”. Energy alone can produce nothing; consciousness bestows upon it content, form and direction. Conversely, consciousness without energy is dormant power, sleeping energy, and on its own is unable to be the cause of anything. Just as Prakriti without Purusha is unable to act, and vice versa, Purusha without Prakriti is also incapable of creating anything.

The meaning of Shiva and Shakti is occasionally misunderstood when Shiva and Shakti are looked upon as “man” and “woman” and their union is regarded as a sexual relationship. Sexuality is something completely natural, and misunderstanding arises only when sexuality and spirituality are mixed.

  • Sexuality is the union of man and woman
  • Spirituality is the union of the human and the divine consciousness.

Shiva and Shakti exist within each of us as the masculine and feminine principles. This has an effect on the physical level – it is the cause of sexual attraction. Within man there exists a tendency towards the feminine qualities, and within woman a tendency towards the masculine. Through this the masculine consciousness is attracted by the feminine and vice versa. If both are in balance there is no sexual attraction. But if a tendency for the masculine predominates in man, or the feminine in woman, this results in a preference for a homosexual partner.

Shiva resides in the Sahasrāra Chakra and Shakti in the Mūlādhāra Chakra. When Prakriti and Purusha unite in the Sahasrāra Chakra, knowledge, knower and the object of knowledge become one. Once we have experienced this no desires remain within us because we realise unequivocally that everything we have ever yearned for is carried within us. In this state of absolute consciousness there are no polarities and therefore no more sorrows; there is only everlasting joy, unconditional love, unlimited compassion and total understanding for all living beings.

For as long as consciousness is connected to the physical body it is unable to remain constantly in the Sahasrāra Chakra and so returns to the residence of the Ātmā in the Heart Centre (Anāhata Chakra). A realised person always thinks, feels and acts from the heart. Embedded in eternal love and eternal happiness, that person is always conscious of the immortal Ātmā, the ocean of bliss, and their consciousness is forever connected to the divine consciousness.

  • Shakti is the motherly love of God that surrounds us with warmth, caring and protection.
  • Shiva is the paternal love of God that gives us consciousness, clarity and knowledge.

I wish for you the blessing of the Divine Mother who lives within you as energy and vitality, and the blessing of the Divine Father who resides within you as consciousness and knowledge. May they always take care of you, protect you and guide you, and in their infinite love lead you to the cosmic consciousness.

Here is another blatant example of Zoroastrianism demonizing Vedic Hinduism.  As a Yatus walking the path of the Traditional Ahrimanic Religion, it should be simple to find that between the 2 opposing ideas, great power is found elevating the 2 serpents through the Chakras.  On this path Shiva is known as Nanshait, and the corruption of Anahita is Jahi.  These are the internal serpents laying dormant with in us and hold tremendous power we can unlock and in the end, allow us to receive Father Ahriman’s decree without the reliance of Melek Taus.  The son’s connection to the mother is strong bond, and as we bond with Father Ahriman, we also bond with Purusha (universal essence).  The Daeva guardians of our Chakra, are also planetary guardians as well.  This is our link to universal power.

Muladhara

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Muladhara (Anus Chakra)  Guru (Jupiter)

Muladhara Chakra (Root):

Color: Red

Daeva: Vedic Indra

Element: Earth

Sense: Smell

Body: Anus

Mantra: LAM  (Vam, S’am, Sham, Sam)

Stones: Fire Agate and Black Onyx

Grahas Guru (Jupiter):

Color: Silver

Element: Aether

Daeva: Vedic Indra

Body: Brain

Stone: Yellow Sapphire

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Svadhisthana Chakra (Sacral):

Color: Orange

Daeva: Jahi

Element: Water

Sense: Taste

Body: Gonads

Mantra: Vam  (Ba, Bha, Ma, Yu, Ra, La)

Stones: Dragon’s Eye and Fire Opal

Grahas Chandra (Moon):

 Color: White

Daeva: Jahi

Element: Water

Body: Blood

Stone: Pearl

Manipura

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Manipura Chakra (Naval):

Color: Yellow

Daeva: Agni

Element: Fire

Sense: Sight

Body: Feet (movement)

Mantra: Ram  (Dda, Ddha, Nna, Ta, Tha, Da, Dha, Na, Pa, Pha)

Stones: Sulphur and Tiger Eye

Grahas Ravi (Sun):

Color: Red

Daeva: Agni

Element: Fire

Body: Bone

Stone: Ruby

Anahata

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Anahata Chakra (Heart):

Color: Green

Daeva: Suarva

Element: Air

Sense: Touch

Body: Hands (working)

Mantra: Yam  (Kam, Kham, Gam, Gham, Ngam, Cham, Chham, Jam, Jham, Nyam, Tam, Tham)

Stones: Green Apatite and Serpentine Stone

Grahas Kuja (Mars):

Color: Red

Daeva: Suarva

Element: Fire

Body: Marrow

Stone: Coral

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Vishuddha Chakra (Throat):

Color: Blue

Daeva: Nanshait

Element: Aether

Sense: Hearing

Body: Vocal Cords

Mantra: Ham  (A, A, I, I, U, U, R, R,  L,  L, E, Ai, O, Au, An, Am, Ah, Pa, Pa, Pi, Pi, Pu, Pu, Pr, Pl, Pl, Pe, Pai, Po, Pou, Pan, Pam, Pah)

Stones: Lapis Lazuli and Blue Opal

Grahas Sukra (Venus):

Color: Yellow

Daeva: Aeshma

Element: Water

Body: Semen

Stone: Diamond

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Ajna Chakra (Brow):

Color: Indigo

Daeva: Aka Manah

Element: Spiritual Essence

Sense: Mind

Body: Pineal Gland

Mantra: Aum (Om)

Stones: Lapis Lazuli and Chevron Amethyst

Grahas Budha (Mercury):

Color: Green

Daeva: Aka Manah

Element: Air

Body: Skin

Stone: Emerald

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Sahasrara Chakra (Crown):

Color: Violet

Daeva: Angra Mainyu

Element: Beyond Space and Time

Sense: Spirit (Subconscious)

Mantra: Silence  (Completely comfortable in silence with individual fulfillment, possessing abounding apathy.)

Stones: Rainbow Moonstone and Tanzanite

Grahas Sani (Saturn):

Color: Blue/Black

Daeva: Melek Taus

Element: Air

Body: Muscles

Stone: Blue Sapphire

Black Lingam

Black Lingam

The Sanskrit word Lingam’ means symbol. Thus the literal meaning of Shiva Lingam is the symbol of Shiva. The Supreme Shiva doesn’t have a form and every form is his form. The Shiva Lingam represents him, the Supreme Shiva¸ who is formless. The way when we see a smoke, we infer the presence of fire, the moment we see Shiva Lingam we immediately visualize the existence of the Supreme Shiva.

Symbolisms of the Linga

The Shiva linga represents the ascending energy of consciousness and life in nature. We see this in such forms as the mountain, the thunder cloud, the tree, and the upright human being. Many lingas like that at Kedarnath – the most important Shiva site in the Himalayas – are rocks in the shape of small mountains. Many other lingas are associated with light, the lingas of the Sun, the Moon and Fire. There are the twelve famous Jyotirlingas or light forms of Shiva at twelve special temples throughout India.

The state of Tamil Nadu has special Shiva linga forms for the five elements with lingas of earth, water, fire, air and ether at special temples in the region. In this regard, each element has its Shiva linga or determinative force. The famous hill of Arunachala, where the great enlightened sage Ramana Maharshi stayed, is said to be the fire linga of lord Shiva.

Other Shiva lingas are associated with gold or crystal, the light powers in the metal kingdom. The Shiva linga is often described in terms of light, crystal or transparency. Shiva himself is said to be pure light or light in its primal undifferentiated state, Prakasha matra.

The Shiva linga is connected to the upward pointed triangle, which is also the symbol of fire. The linga is present in the male sexual organ both in plants and in animals. But we should not ignore its other forms in recognizing that. The worship of the linga is connected more generally to a worship of pillars, obelisks, standing stones and pyramids. Tantric linga worship is connected to Vedic pillar worship (the Vedic stambha, skambha, dharuna), which has parallels throughout the ancient world and in indigenous cultures in general who can still perceive the spiritual powers behind the formations of nature.

The Shiva linga is often a pillar of light. In special Vedic fire rituals, the fire could be made to rise in the shape of a pillar which could also then take the shape of a man! In fact, the term Dharma originally refers to what upholds things and can be symbolized by a pillar. The Shiva linga is the universal pillar of Dharma. The pillar is also an inner symbol indicating the erect spine and concentrated mind.

In terms of our human nature, there are several lingas or characteristic marks. The force of Prana is the linga or pillar force upholding the physical body according to the currents that emanate from it. This is the inner ‘Prana Linga’. Our deeper intelligence or Buddhi provides us the power of insight to discern higher realities, the ‘Buddhi Linga’. The Atman or higher Self is the ultimate linga or determinative force of our nature that remains steady and elevated (transcendent) throughout all of our life experience, the ‘Atma Linga’.

The linga and the yoni always go together, first of all on the level of opposites, as the upward and downward pointed triangles. The linga with the yoni below it, the standing stone and the ring base, show the union of male and female energies, not just in sexuality, but also as electro-magnetic forces.

In addition, the linga in its movement creates a yoni, just as a point in its movement can create a circle. We can see this in the circular movement of the stars, planets and nebulae, as well as many other diverse phenomena in the world of nature. The central luminary is the linga and its field of revolution is the yoni. The planets form a yoni or circle as they revolve around the Sun as the linga, of the solar system, its central principle or axis. Yet the Sun itself is revolving around other stars and creating a yoni or circle of its own.

Stonehenge, and other similar sacred sites that have standing stones formed into great circles, show the union of the linga and the yoni, the cosmic male and female or Shiva-Shakti principles. The linga and the yoni are also united in the chakra or the wheel, with the linga as the axis and the yoni as the circumference. The Hindu usage of chakras in ritual and in art also reflects these two powers. Each chakra of the subtle body shows the union of the Shiva and Shakti energies operative at its particular level of manifestation.

The Shiva energy is the upward current running through the spine or Sushumna and the Shakti energy is the horizontal current through which it travels, forming the various lotuses of the chakras. Together they form a spiral of forces. Both forces are necessary to create this dynamic motion.

The experience of the Shiva linga in Yogic meditation is an experience of a pillar of light, energy, peace and eternity, expanding the mind, opening the inner eye and bringing deep peace and steadiness to the heart. From it radiate waves, currents, circles and whirlpools of Shakti spreading this grace, love and wisdom to all. To concentrate our awareness in the linga is one of the best ways of meditation, calming the mind and putting us in touch with our inner Being and Witness beyond all the agitation and sorrow of the world.

In Ayurvedic healing, the creation of the Prana linga or concentration of Prana at a subtle level is what allows deep healing and rejuvenation to occur. In Vedic astrology, the Shiva linga represents the power of light behind the Sun, Moon, planets and stars. In Vastu Shastra, the Shiva linga is used to stabilize the spiritual and vital energy in a house, as a conduit of cosmic forces.

To understand the ultimate secrets of life we must be able to look at the primal powers of existence, including the needs for sex and food, according to their broader connections and universal implications. Human sexuality is only one of the many manifestations of the cosmic forces of duality, of a greater Divine sexuality as it were, which transcends all creaturely existence.

We must learn to see the cosmic energy behind human sexuality rather than try to reduce spiritual polarities to our own physical and emotional inclinations. This is another aspect of Yoga in which we must look beyond human psychology to the universal consciousness.

It is the Black Lingam, that represents the Black Sun.  The core of the Earth that which holds the power for the God of this world.  This Lingam is seen as the spine that the serpents climb as they interact with each chakra.  Through these combinations of meditations, mantras, yantras, stones, and Daeva we can spiritually move forward from Angra Mainyu followers to Devotees.  This is the path to universal understanding through the Devil’s Eyes.

Yasna Menses

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Since the release of the Devil’s Yasna, rumors and other bullshit has surfaced, and the Satanic herd believes the bullshit.  So allow me to clarify what is being used.  The blood in the ritual known as the Devil’s Yasna is a mixture of costume blood and menses blood donated by our female clergy and members.  If anybody has bothered to research us or contact us, this would have already been known.  The Zoroastrian Yasna is about purifying the water supply and using “holy” water to clean all items during any ritual.  In fact the cleanse any thing from plants to ritual items before, during, and after any ritual.  Since Anahita was the goddess over fresh springs, she sided with the Devil and became Jahi.  Ahriman kissed Jahi’s forehead and menses was blessed upon womankind.

In the Hindu Tradition, many pilgrims go to the Kamakhya Temple, to celebrate the festival known as the Ambubachi Mela.  This is a 4 day celebration where the temple is closed do to dark days of menstruation.  On the outside a statue does menstruate, and people like the Agori and others take the blood and wipe it on their foreheads.  This anoints them with dark powers and fertility.

Thus, the corrupting power of Menses is prevalent in both Zoroastrianism and Hinduism.  It calls forth Daeva and other dark powers for the sorcerer.  It is apart of dark Tantric practices to create an offering to Dark Gods and Goddesses.  So, we use the Menses fluid to attract the Daeva we work with on a magical level, and it is also used to empower the women of our religion because all other religions look down upon this period in women’s lives.