Demonolatry.org

Salute,

Well as normal with us here at the TCS we are not below giving out a damn good resource. This time it is Demonolatry.org previously the OFS. Now to some of us old goats that have been kicking around the scene (yes, the internet part of this religion is a bit of scene) will most likely know about these folks. They are based primarily out of Colorado USA which is amazing in and of it self if you know the midwest of America (I was raised there outside of the deep south there is NOT a part of the USA that is more bible crazed). Any way back to topic, what I am finding useful here is of course their library let alone their printed materials. Their free ebooks cover very basic but easily overlooked areas of religious worship of the Dark Gods. Mind you with all of the link and such you find here not all of the views of the other sects are our own. Any way, enjoy!

Also check out their forum where you can find me meandering around!

AMSG!

Rev. N~

Interview with Buer of Weverin, Gorlock, and Biochaos

Buer of Weverin, Gorlock, and Biochaos

Welcome and thank you Buer for speaking with us and let me say how much we appreciate and how honored we are to have you speak with us about not only your music (Weverin, Gorlock, Biochaos) but your beliefs as a Traditional Satanist and Occultist.

Its more than an honor, the pleasure is mine, to even be offered the opportunity to speak on behalf of your blessed order—-Pray Satan!!!!!

Would you care to give our readers a overview of your musical projects?

Most of your readers know me (Buer) through my works in the band ‘Weverin’ whom I share in praising our Lord and Master the devil. I’ve been a part of Weverin nearing a decade. It’s a band I’m sure most would agree is very unique and obscure concerning the musical/ritual aspect of Satanic Black/Death Metal. We’ve never been concerned with the trite foibles of what ‘Black Metal’ should or should not be. We focus on what bleeds out from our souls—-allowing our demons and the Devil to guide us and it shall continue to be as such. I’m also a part of the band ‘Gorlock.’ Which is a much more estranged band. Focusing more on the fleshy aspects of the transverse. We most certainly add a great deal of Satanic undertones to the music, however, Gorlock has its hands more placed upon the breast of what mankind fears, lusts for, and damn’s himself to be. In other words, it’s a band which allows a great deal of chasms between what the listener thinks and or wants the songs to be. As for Biochaos, I would say, it’s a band which glorifies itself in every pulsing beat of Satanic Ritualism. Biochaos isn’t really a band you can classify, rather the listener has to determine for themselves what Biochaos is. I’m beyond blessed to be a part of each band, it’s a complete honor to share the stage with each member of each band!!!

Your bands are all currently wrapping up new albums, correct? Is it possible to gain a little insight into your mindset with these albums and the symbolism used, if any?

Your very correct!!! all three bands (Biochaos, Weverin, And Gorlock) are releasing albums this year. Weverin’s current soon to be release “The Skeletons Of Fallen Angels’ is by far Weverin’s most ambitious album to date, pushing the very fabric of what we have been creating for almost a decade. When Weverin went into the studio for this album, we wanted something, that we had never done musically and lyrically. A great deal of the album, deals with some personal issues we have all been dealing with in Weverin. Hence, expressing it through the Devil’s voice. Its by far our most heavy, melodic, and searing album to date. It was written over a year with meticulous writing conducted on all fronts. As for Gorlock, were releasing a special edition EP, which will feature three cover songs and four original works of Gorlock. All the songs were written during different years and periods during Gorlocks writing process. We had originally cataloged them for B-Tracks, however, given how well the songs turned out, everyone in Gorlock decided it should be an EP. Were very pleased with this EP and it will give fans a chance to see a different side of Gorlock and how vast our musical talents extend. As for Biochaos, the album ‘The Barbed Wire Weeps’ is just pure fucking chaos. Its an album I can’t even truly transcribe into words, its a wave of crashing bloody eyes and splitting skin and spit. Its just an album I think fans will have to hear to understand. My mindset for each album was so extreme that the music will speak for itself, or so I pray so.

Would you care to enlighten our readers on how Devil Worship, Occultism, and Philosophy plays a role in your music?

The Devil is everything in everything that I do, every breath, every movement, every sigh, and every dream I dream. All the music I write is for HIM, and he dominates every aspect of the rituals I write and share with my other band mates, The Devil Dominates all in my life. This is transferred I believe when hear all the albums I have been a part of. Each album is unique to the current practices I was performing for the Dark Lord and the certain eternal suffering I was enduring during the creation of the music.

If you do not mind would you care to give how many years you have been serving the King Lucifer?

I began practicing Satanism, Devil Worship, however, you wish to say it when I was 12 years old, I’m now 28 years of age, so for approximately 16 years now. However, I truly believe the Master had me serving him upon my conception from my mother and father. In the end, it doesn’t matter how long I’ve been serving the Master, it will be for an eternity unto his will.

Have you found that your belief in Satan has changed your life in any way? The same question goes for the area of Occultism and philosophy.

Oh absolutely, I never knew who I was as a person mentally, spiritually, and physically until my eyes were peeled open and stared upon the left hand path of the Lord Devil. I would be so bold as to state that, any true servant of the Master would say they became anew when they embraced his fire. You step into that fire and burn yourself in the fires of hell and your flesh, spirit, and mind are burned away to ash, and you arise anew unto Devil’s Throne.

How do you see ritual and ceremony playing a role in your faith? Do you find it beneficial for the neophyte and adept alike to partake of such acts?

It doesn’t matter if one is a neophyte or an adept in the occultism and practices of Satanic worship. Our every breath and action should represent the Lord King the Devil. Its quite sad when I speak to the followers of the Devil whom only believe that rituals are the be all to end all concerning giving praise to the Lord of Darkness. It should be every act you believe out in life, if The Devil is truly your King, then you should be as a Knight serving his purpose all you do is for HIM. Everything else is just icing on the cake. Ritualism should enhance your prayer and actions in life towards The Devils stellar being. Your body is a vessel for The Devil’s demons and we must do all things necessary to allow them to gain our spiritual power and become even closer to our King The Devil.

Do you find sacrifice, in a legal form such as energy and gifts of incense, beneficial and necessary for creating a proper relationship with the Demonic and Lucifer Himself?

The beauty of Devil Worship is that our Lord allows each of his followers to praise HIM in their own certain way. I’ve found through the years what works for one follower of the Devil may not work for the other. Its so fucking important that the followers of The Devil find their centre and once they have found that centre then they have found their way unto him. Let your patron Demons guide you. ‘Oro Et Labora’ Prayer and work, I’ve always found that to be a guiding principle in my life towards The Master. Let the Master Guide you and if questions are posed, which you cannot fathom, ask a brother who is an adept, who has already been through the fires more than yourself, to help guide you towards The Devils Throne.

Do you subscribe to the idea it is proper to have Demonic Sigils embedded into ones flesh to further ones connection with the entity and show respect to said entity?

ABSOLUTELY!!!!! As I stated earlier, our body are temples for The Legions Of Hell. I have adorned a great deal of sigils and demonic imagery upon my flesh and will continue to do so. it’s a reminder to myself that I am Satan’s servant every time I look in the fucking mirror. Its in honor of HIM and the Patron Demons who have guided me. I think every Satanic should practice this. I lean towards inking my body. However, the drummer of Weverin, Sxuperion, has adorned himself with his mark, through self engraving upon the skin, as an example. Whatever one feels will bring him closer to the Lord Of Darkness, then do so ‘Do What Thou Wilt’. But I am truly a firm believer in making ones body a ritualistic chamber/temple unto the KING.

As we are on the topic of body modifications do you find such things as ritualized bloodletting, branding, and such beneficial to ritualism as long as the persons partaking are in a stable and healthy state of mind?

Some people can handle this practice and I’ve learned others cannot. I myself have practiced them all and will continue to do so. As long as, the ritualizing is for HIM and not your own petty desires to feel something. We as followers must always cast aside our petty desires and embrace what The Devil wants. For myself, spilling the blood of my body for HIM, is healthy and it pleases the master greatly. Nothing is deeper than blood and my blood is a symbol of my love, devotion, and praise unto the FATHER. I find its very necessary.

Do you find self discipline necessary for one to become adept at the arts of Occultism and Devil Worship?

“Man must be disciplined, for he is by nature raw and wild”

—Immanuel Kant

With that quote, discipline is everything in Satanist’s life. Otherwise we become astray, follow our ignorant desires and become lost in the fog of our weak and meaningless desires, hence, becoming no more than a neutered beast. The Devil demands nothing more than perfection and all that we have to offer. Devil Worship is not some weak faith, like others, it’s a faith for the strong ‘Might Makes Right’ If we are not disciplined like a Spartan soldier then what good are we to the Lord Of Darkness, we would be nothing more than sniveling little sheep. Devil Worshippers are wolves, disciplined to the pack and loyal to the fold. Let those who are weak and no disciplined fall to the side of the blade, as we march onward.

Is there any certain philosopher, Occultist, or other persons that have helped you grasp a better understanding of existence, the faith, and of self discipline?

I’ve always prescribed to others and myself especially, to reading as much as possible on all subjects of the occult/faiths. Even if it goes completely against my personal belief or thought on the subject matter of our LORD, even if I Fucking detest it. When I was once a Satanic Priest, I taught my Neophytes the virtue of the more you understand the enemy the better you become a follower of the Devil. I think most Devil worshippers should give great credence to writers such as Machiavelli. Our goal is to become the perfect Soldier for the Devil, so I encourage all followers of HIM, to read all you can, learn all you can, become one with knowledge and adhere to the principle that Our Lord has set fourth become at one with HIM through eternal knowledge. This may perhaps not pertain to the question directly, but I feel this is the best answer I can offer concerning the subject.

Now amongst the Devil Worship community one can find people who tend to put space between themselves and the practices of such organizations as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, O.T.O, and other Occult teachings that deal with subject matter that may be questionable as weather or not it is “Satanic.” My question to you is if you deem the teachings of people such as A.E. Waite, Crowley, Regardi, Levi, and others in the above genre of knowledge beneficial even to us as Devil Worshipers?

This is always a touchy subject, and I’m delighted you had the initiative to bring it up. For one, I’m a huge fan of Crowley, I think his work was wondrous and brilliant. He walked the ritual halls more than almost any other human being could ever even imagine. He devoted his entire life to the works of not on the occult but the sin of the flesh. He adhered to discipline and to his own chaos, his works rendered truly a unique and powerful writ, which I think benefited the Satanic community greatly. Eliphas Levi, though a former catholic priest also gave a great deal to the Satanic community, though perhaps not to his liking “Blessed are the sick, for those who are not sick shall become sick.” As a student of the occult, I will never be truly an Adept, I believe I shall always be a neophyte, for I can never gain enough knowledge. Hence, I think all you have listed above are extremely beneficial to Satanism, whether through enhancing our worship or understanding the principles, to be that of the enemy and giving us the upper hand on the prey. Knowledge is power, we as followers must push aside our trifle little thoughts of ‘I can’t read this because its not Satanic.’ That shows weakness, become the wolf in sheep’s clothing, Our Master does this exclusively and revels in the delight, as he has professed throughout the ages, let us become as HIM…..

Is there any books or authors that you suggest to further the knowledge of our readers?

As with most followers of our Dark Lord, I have a plethora of books that I have read and would recommend to all, some Satanic in nature and others which are not. However, I have found them all beneficial to myself both spiritually, mentally, and perhaps even physically. Here are but a few I would recommend, including a few which are but very blatant ‘norm’s’ so to speak.

The Book Of the Law: Crowley

The Al-Jilwah

Damian: Hermann Hesse

All of J.D. Salinger’s Works

Discovering Our Extraordinary Place In the Cosmos: Joel R. Primack and Nancy Ellen Abrams

The Key Of Solomon

The Encyclopedia of Demonology/Witchcraft: Russell Robbins

Existentialism and Human Emotions: Jean-Paul Sartre

Golden Dawn: Israel Regadie

The Devils Bible: Myrmydon

The Great Secret

Mystery’s Of The Quabalah

The Works Of Friedrich Nietzsche

The Works Of Kafka

The Works Of David Hume

Leviathan: Sir Thomas Hobbes

The Works Of Augustus

The Works OF Machiavelli

The Works Of Soren Kierkegaard

As noted this list could go on and on. I believe that Devil Worship should always extend past the grasp of demonic writ into the stemming of other greats: philosophers, poets, theorists, and so on. This is always a sore subject for most. But I truly believe that one should read as much as possible and embrace all knowledge, even if its completely against one’s faith or inner convictions, we as Devil Worshipers must adhere to the power of all encompassing noetic thought.

How about of musicians that you have found inspirational?

I was first inspired to start singing by the lead singer of Mayhem ‘DEAD’ when I first heard live his voice burn into my skull, I was hooked on the brilliance can project through the instrument of your voice and the power of written word through song. His ability to traverse the spirit was beyond all that I could fathom. Others include Peter Steele Of Type O Negative (my he be at peace finally—he is greatly missed). Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory, Gary Numan, Velvet Acid Christ, Johnny Cash, The Harp, Lord Sxuperion, James Corkle, Eric and Adam Moore. The list could go on forever, I would go into fathomless details. Music is my life and without it, I am nothing

In closing is there any wisdom you would like to bestow upon our readers, both the adepts and neophytes? Closing thoughts?

I have nothing more to offer, other than my respect, thanks, and being honored to have been a part of this interview, be blessed in our LORDS fire. And to all who follow his brilliant light and path!!!! Be Blessed.

I and the whole of the Temple of the Crooked Serpent would like to thank you Buer for your time, it has been very enlightening and on the behalf of the Temple of the Crooked Serpent we would like to extend a honorary membership upon you for not only your work in Black Metal but also the work you have done for the Fathers benefit.

It’s beyond an honor, privilege, and humbling to have been interviewed by you and your blesses order. Pray Satan and be blessed by his will!!!! Thank you again for the opportunity.


Welcome and thank you Buer for speaking with us and let me say how much we appreciate and how honored we are to have you speak with us about not only your music (Weverin, Gorlock, Biochaos) but your beliefs as a Traditional Satanist and Occultist. Its more than an honor, the pleasure is mine, to even be offered the opportunity to speak on behalf of your blessed order—-Pray Satan!!!!! Would you care to give our readers a overview of your musical projects? Most of your readers know me (Buer) through my works in the band ‘Weverin’ whom I share in praising our Lord and Master the devil. I’ve been a part of Weverin nearing a decade. It’s a band I’m sure most would agree is very unique and obscure concerning the musical/ritual aspect of Satanic Black/Death Metal. We’ve never been concerned with the trite foibles of what ‘Black Metal’ should or should not be. We focus on what bleeds out from our souls—-allowing our demons and the Devil to guide us and it shall continue to be as such. I’m also a part of the band ‘Gorlock.’ Which is a much more estranged band. Focusing more on the fleshy aspects of the transverse. We most certainly add a great deal of Satanic undertones to the music, however, Gorlock has its hands more placed upon the breast of what mankind fears, lusts for, and damn’s himself to be. In other words, it’s a band which allows a great deal of chasms between what the listener thinks and or wants the songs to be. As for Biochaos, I would say, it’s a band which glorifies itself in every pulsing beat of Satanic Ritualism. Biochaos isn’t really a band you can classify, rather the listener has to determine for themselves what Biochaos is. I’m beyond blessed to be a part of each band, it’s a complete honor to share the stage with each member of each band!!!Your bands are all currently wrapping up new albums, correct? Is it possible to gain a little insight into your mindset with these albums and the symbolism used, if any? Your very correct!!! all three bands (Biochaos, Weverin, And Gorlock) are releasing albums this year. Weverin’s current soon to be release “The Skeletons Of Fallen Angels’ is by far Weverin’s most ambitious album to date, pushing the very fabric of what we have been creating for almost a decade. When Weverin went into the studio for this album, we wanted something, that we had never done musically and lyrically. A great deal of the album, deals with some personal issues we have all been dealing with in Weverin. Hence, expressing it through the Devil’s voice. Its by far our most heavy, melodic, and searing album to date. It was written over a year with meticulous writing conducted on all fronts. As for Gorlock, were releasing a special edition EP, which will feature three cover songs and four original works of Gorlock. All the songs were written during different years and periods during Gorlocks writing process. We had originally cataloged them for B-Tracks, however, given how well the songs turned out, everyone in Gorlock decided it should be an EP. Were very pleased with this EP and it will give fans a chance to see a different side of Gorlock and how vast our musical talents extend. As for Biochaos, the album ‘The Barbed Wire Weeps’ is just pure fucking chaos. Its an album I can’t even truly transcribe into words, its a wave of crashing bloody eyes and splitting skin and spit. Its just an album I think fans will have to hear to understand. My mindset for each album was so extreme that the music will speak for itself, or so I pray so.Would you care to enlighten our readers on how Devil Worship, Occultism, and Philosophy plays a role in your music?The Devil is everything in everything that I do, every breath, every movement, every sigh, and every dream I dream. All the music I write is for HIM, and he dominates every aspect of the rituals I write and share with my other band mates, The Devil Dominates all in my life. This is transferred I believe when hear all the albums I have been a part of. Each album is unique to the current practices I was performing for the Dark Lord and the certain eternal suffering I was enduring during the creation of the music.
If you do not mind would you care to give how many years you have been serving the King Lucifer?I began practicing Satanism, Devil Worship, however, you wish to say it when I was 12 years old, I’m now 28 years of age, so for approximately 16 years now. However, I truly believe the Master had me serving him upon my conception from my mother and father. In the end, it doesn’t matter how long I’ve been serving the Master, it will be for an eternity unto his will. Have you found that your belief in Satan has changed your life in any way? The same question goes for the area of Occultism and philosophy.Oh absolutely, I never knew who I was as a person mentally, spiritually, and physically until my eyes were peeled open and stared upon the left hand path of the Lord Devil. I would be so bold as to state that, any true servant of the Master would say they became anew when they embraced his fire. You step into that fire and burn yourself in the fires of hell and your flesh, spirit, and mind are burned away to ash, and you arise anew unto Devil’s Throne.
How do you see ritual and ceremony playing a role in your faith? Do you find it beneficial for the neophyte and adept alike to partake of such acts? It doesn’t matter if one is a neophyte or an adept in the occultism and practices of Satanic worship. Our every breath and action should represent the Lord King the Devil. Its quite sad when I speak to the followers of the Devil whom only believe that rituals are the be all to end all concerning giving praise to the Lord of Darkness. It should be every act you believe out in life, if The Devil is truly your King, then you should be as a Knight serving his purpose all you do is for HIM. Everything else is just icing on the cake. Ritualism should enhance your prayer and actions in life towards The Devils stellar being. Your body is a vessel for The Devil’s demons and we must do all things necessary to allow them to gain our spiritual power and become even closer to our King The Devil.
Do you find sacrifice, in a legal form such as energy and gifts of incense, beneficial and necessary for creating a proper relationship with the Demonic and Lucifer Himself? The beauty of Devil Worship is that our Lord allows each of his followers to praise HIM in their own certain way. I’ve found through the years what works for one follower of the Devil may not work for the other. Its so fucking important that the followers of The Devil find their centre and once they have found that centre then they have found their way unto him. Let your patron Demons guide you. ‘Oro Et Labora’ Prayer and work, I’ve always found that to be a guiding principle in my life towards The Master. Let the Master Guide you and if questions are posed, which you cannot fathom, ask a brother who is an adept, who has already been through the fires more than yourself, to help guide you towards The Devils Throne.
Do you subscribe to the idea it is proper to have Demonic Sigils embedded into ones flesh to further ones connection with the entity and show respect to said entity? ABSOLUTELY!!!!! As I stated earlier, our body are temples for The Legions Of Hell. I have adorned a great deal of sigils and demonic imagery upon my flesh and will continue to do so. it’s a reminder to myself that I am Satan’s servant every time I look in the fucking mirror. Its in honor of HIM and the Patron Demons who have guided me. I think every Satanic should practice this. I lean towards inking my body. However, the drummer of Weverin, Sxuperion, has adorned himself with his mark, through self engraving upon the skin, as an example. Whatever one feels will bring him closer to the Lord Of Darkness, then do so ‘Do What Thou Wilt’. But I am truly a firm believer in making ones body a ritualistic chamber/temple unto the KING.As we are on the topic of body modifications do you find such things as ritualized bloodletting, branding, and such beneficial to ritualism as long as the persons partaking are in a stable and healthy state of mind? Some people can handle this practice and I’ve learned others cannot. I myself have practiced them all and will continue to do so. As long as, the ritualizing is for HIM and not your own petty desires to feel something. We as followers must always cast aside our petty desires and embrace what The Devil wants. For myself, spilling the blood of my body for HIM, is healthy and it pleases the master greatly. Nothing is deeper than blood and my blood is a symbol of my love, devotion, and praise unto the FATHER. I find its very necessary.Do you find self discipline necessary for one to become adept at the arts of Occultism and Devil Worship?“Man must be disciplined, for he is by nature raw and wild” —Immanuel Kant
With that quote, discipline is everything in Satanist’s life. Otherwise we become astray, follow our ignorant desires and become lost in the fog of our weak and meaningless desires, hence, becoming no more than a neutered beast. The Devil demands nothing more than perfection and all that we have to offer. Devil Worship is not some weak faith, like others, it’s a faith for the strong ‘Might Makes Right’ If we are not disciplined like a Spartan soldier then what good are we to the Lord Of Darkness, we would be nothing more than sniveling little sheep. Devil Worshippers are wolves, disciplined to the pack and loyal to the fold. Let those who are weak and no disciplined fall to the side of the blade, as we march onward. Is there any certain philosopher, Occultist, or other persons that have helped you grasp a better understanding of existence, the faith, and of self discipline? I’ve always prescribed to others and myself especially, to reading as much as possible on all subjects of the occult/faiths. Even if it goes completely against my personal belief or thought on the subject matter of our LORD, even if I Fucking detest it. When I was once a Satanic Priest, I taught my Neophytes the virtue of the more you understand the enemy the better you become a follower of the Devil. I think most Devil worshippers should give great credence to writers such as Machiavelli. Our goal is to become the perfect Soldier for the Devil, so I encourage all followers of HIM, to read all you can, learn all you can, become one with knowledge and adhere to the principle that Our Lord has set fourth become at one with HIM through eternal knowledge. This may perhaps not pertain to the question directly, but I feel this is the best answer I can offer concerning the subject.
Now amongst the Devil Worship community one can find people who tend to put space between themselves and the practices of such organizations as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, O.T.O, and other Occult teachings that deal with subject matter that may be questionable as weather or not it is “Satanic.” My question to you is if you deem the teachings of people such as A.E. Waite, Crowley, Regardi, Levi, and others in the above genre of knowledge beneficial even to us as Devil Worshipers? This is always a touchy subject, and I’m delighted you had the initiative to bring it up. For one, I’m a huge fan of Crowley, I think his work was wondrous and brilliant. He walked the ritual halls more than almost any other human being could ever even imagine. He devoted his entire life to the works of not on the occult but the sin of the flesh. He adhered to discipline and to his own chaos, his works rendered truly a unique and powerful writ, which I think benefited the Satanic community greatly. Eliphas Levi, though a former catholic priest also gave a great deal to the Satanic community, though perhaps not to his liking “Blessed are the sick, for those who are not sick shall become sick.” As a student of the occult, I will never be truly an Adept, I believe I shall always be a neophyte, for I can never gain enough knowledge. Hence, I think all you have listed above are extremely beneficial to Satanism, whether through enhancing our worship or understanding the principles, to be that of the enemy and giving us the upper hand on the prey. Knowledge is power, we as followers must push aside our trifle little thoughts of ‘I can’t read this because its not Satanic.’ That shows weakness, become the wolf in sheep’s clothing, Our Master does this exclusively and revels in the delight, as he has professed throughout the ages, let us become as HIM…..Is there any books or authors that you suggest to further the knowledge of our readers?As with most followers of our Dark Lord, I have a plethora of books that I have read and would recommend to all, some Satanic in nature and others which are not. However, I have found them all beneficial to myself both spiritually, mentally, and perhaps even physically. Here are but a few I would recommend, including a few which are but very blatant ‘norm’s’ so to speak. The Book Of the Law: Crowley The Al-Jilwah Damian: Hermann Hesse All of J.D. Salinger’s Works Discovering Our Extraordinary Place In the Cosmos: Joel R. Primack and Nancy Ellen Abrams The Key Of Solomon The Encyclopedia of Demonology/Witchcraft: Russell Robbins Existentialism and Human Emotions: Jean-Paul Sartre Golden Dawn: Israel Regadie The Devils Bible: Myrmydon The Great Secret Mystery’s Of The Quabalah The Works Of Friedrich Nietzsche The Works Of Kafka The Works Of David Hume Leviathan: Sir Thomas Hobbes The Works Of Augustus The Works OF Machiavelli The Works Of Soren Kierkegaard
As noted this list could go on and on. I believe that Devil Worship should always extend past the grasp of demonic writ into the stemming of other greats: philosophers, poets, theorists, and so on. This is always a sore subject for most. But I truly believe that one should read as much as possible and embrace all knowledge, even if its completely against one’s faith or inner convictions, we as Devil Worshipers must adhere to the power of all encompassing noetic thought.
How about of musicians that you have found inspirational?I was first inspired to start singing by the lead singer of Mayhem ‘DEAD’ when I first heard live his voice burn into my skull, I was hooked on the brilliance can project through the instrument of your voice and the power of written word through song. His ability to traverse the spirit was beyond all that I could fathom. Others include Peter Steele Of Type O Negative (my he be at peace finally—he is greatly missed). Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory, Gary Numan, Velvet Acid Christ, Johnny Cash, The Harp, Lord Sxuperion, James Corkle, Eric and Adam Moore. The list could go on forever, I would go into fathomless details. Music is my life and without it, I am nothing In closing is there any wisdom you would like to bestow upon our readers, both the adepts and neophytes? Closing thoughts?I have nothing more to offer, other than my respect, thanks, and being honored to have been a part of this interview, be blessed in our LORDS fire. And to all who follow his brilliant light and path!!!! Be Blessed. I and the whole of the Temple of the Crooked Serpent would like to thank you Buer for your time, it has been very enlightening and on the behalf of the Temple of the Crooked Serpent we would like to extend a honorary membership upon you for not only your work in Black Metal but also the work you have done for the Fathers benefit. It’s beyond an honor, privilege, and humbling to have been interviewed by you and your blesses order. Pray Satan and be blessed by his will!!!! Thank you again for the opportunity.
Weverin
Gorlock
Biochaos

Swollen Grave

Shrouded in Dark

Life made naught

The room swells

Current made manifest

The walls bleed

Sin seething from the corners of this corpse animated

Treachery of ten

Release of one

The smoke dances like the Serpent

Of ox and man

Of eagle and spirit

Death’s Vail caress

My hands

The stars wane

The moon it bleeds

As the gate of the sun opens wide

He steps forth

Fire strides forth

Chariots of molten lead

Steads of ruby

The dragon breaths

The sky burns and the ocean bleeds

Rev. NecroWolf

On the proper handling of sacrifices

On this subject I will be blunt. After a ritualized gift has been given, of a legal sort mind you, one should allow it 3 days to rot on the altar unless the ritual calls for a different time span. At which time the practitioner must then bury the gifts in a proper place away from bothersome humans. Again I will stress this is not a guide to illegal behavior nor does the Temple of the Crooked Serpent condone such acts this is purely for the use in legal sacrifices such as fruits, meats, and prayers.

AMSG

Rev. NecroWolf

Zietgeist: The movie (Late but better than never)

Salute!

As the title says, Zietgeist: The Movie (2007), is something I have never really wanted to watch until lately when I was bored and was some what enamored with the violent first few minutes of the movie. Though as the literal movie began and I turned off Vader in the background(those images and God is dead, Hallelujah was fucking epic!) I was somewhat captured by the subject matter of the first part about religion. Though some of the facts seem a little sketchy the overall point of the first part makes some sense and points out some cool facts. Though admittedly as the story progresses it gets a little out there with world banks trying to take over the word and the government implanting chips into people ect ect ect…….but eh it was amusing to watch and some of the imagery was cool. So watch it or download it…..or not I don’t really give a fuck…….

Rev. NecroWolf

Zietgeist the movie website

Download of the movie (2007 version)

On Youtube (updated 2010 version)