Ask A Daemonolatress (Complete with a Rant)

Admittedly I’ve been slacking on Ask A Daemonolatress and for that I apologize. I had a ton of deadlines from November until now, so I will try to answer as much as I can in this blog post. Q: Why do traditionalists have so much disdain for Modern Demonolaters and … Continue reading

Beloved Dead – Making an Ancestral Altar

Have you ever been touched by the passing of someone you didn’t know personally? I was in high school when Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, died. Although I was already a certified geek back then, Roddenberry meant little to me at the time. My friends may have been … Continue reading

The Importance of a Regular Practice

As an author and teacher, I am constantly getting emails filled with questions about Daemonolatry and magick. I don’t mind this because I have assistants who help me answer the vast volume of mail I receive. What’s interesting is a lot of the questions we get can be answered quite … Continue reading

Class, Workshop & Ritual 2014 – Master Schedule

Frank and I realized how confusing it must be with all of the events we have going on in 2014, so we decided to create a master schedule post to help people quickly find the classes, workshops and events they would like to attend. Remember – we do have some … Continue reading

Abyssal Communion & Rite of Imbibement

The long awaited guide to two of the most sought after rites is finally here. The Abyssal Communion & Rite of Imbibement is a ritual guide for those wishing to learn and incorporate the beauty of the Abyssal Communion (sometimes called Elemental Communion) and Rite of Imbibement into their personal Daemonolatry practice. … Continue reading

Necromantic Sacraments

Necromantic Sacraments: The companion chapbook to S. Connolly’s bestselling Honoring Death and companion to Keys of Ocat. This is a supplementary ritual and prayer book that completes S. Connolly’s trilogy of Daemonolatry necromancy reference works. While the other books aren’t necessary to understand or use this book, if you are unfamiliar … Continue reading