Classic motto of adversarialism and anarchism, wear this tank top to invoke black magick in ritual and everyday life. You have nothing to lose but your chains.
Classic motto of adversarialism and anarchism, wear this t-shirt to invoke black magick in ritual and everyday life. You have nothing to lose but your chains.
Backward knowledge liberates you to recognize your godhood. Wear this tank top invoke black magick in ritual and everyday life.
Backward knowledge liberates you to recognize your godhood. Wear this t-shirt invoke black magick in ritual and everyday life.
Liberate yourself. Steal fire back from the gods and recognize your godhood. Wear this tank top to invoke magick in ritual and everyday life.
Liberate yourself. Steal fire back from the gods and recognize your godhood. Wear this t-shirt to invoke magick in ritual and everyday life.
Sorath is known as the Demon of the Sun, the intelligence of Thagirion and the dark counterpart of Archangel Michael who represents the forces of Tiphereth. While the archetype associated with the heart of the Tree of Life is the Savior, the Messiah, often identified with Christ, on the shadow side of Tiphereth we encounter the Adversary, or the Antichrist. This is the Beast of Thagirion, identified with the number 666, whose sign is the inverted pentagram and the letter V that stands for two curved horns. The sigil is symbolic of the eye of the Beast and forms a gateway to the mysteries of Thagirion.
This sigil represents the Draconian symbolism of Daath and the Guardians of the Abyss. It includes the inverted pentagram signifying the Beast 666, the black crescent of the Ophidian Current, the trident, and the Luciferian flame of ascension. All this is inscribed within the eleven pointed star of the Qliphoth representing the union and the meeting point of the eleven realms on the Tree of Night, while the whole image forms the Eye of the Dragon, the center of awakened consciousness.
This sigil refers to Hecate as the queen of the crossroads and the light bearing goddess. The three crescent moons represent her lunar nature while the torches and the key typify her ancient role of the psychopomp and the carrier of light on the journey to the underworld. The center of the sigil stands for the primal feminine character of her current.
This sigil represents Khepera, an ancient Egyptian solar deity, sometimes believed to be a form of the Sun God Ra. He is the god of the rising Sun and the symbol of resurrection. Depicted as a scarab beetle, or a human male with a scarab as a head, Khepera represents the Sun in the Underworld and is therefore connected with the mysteries of the Black Sun of Thagirion on the Tree of Qliphoth.
This sigil represents the archetype of the Devourer and the Mother of Abortions. The triangle is symbolic of the womb of the goddess, which can either be a grave or a place of rebirth and illumination. The seven snakes represent the connection of the goddess to the number seven as a mystical symbol, and the black wings show that we are dealing here with an entity connected with primordial darkness. The three snakes at the bottom of the sigil form the shape of a trident, the pillar of ascent, which is inverted, showing that initiation should be sought within ourselves.
This sigil represents the adversarial current of Lucifer. The inverted pentagram stands for the path toward the within and the snake coiling around it typifies Kundalini, the Serpent Force, which is the vehicle of progress and evolution. The three flames are symbolic of Lucifer as the Adversary and the eyes in them refer to the awakened consciousness of the initiate on the path of fire.