Category: S. Connolly

Enochian and Goetia Master Classes!

Hey everyone!  I am one of the faculty for an online Goetia Master Class! What are the Enochian and Goetia Online Master Classes? Two Seven Day Live Online Video Classes with some of the most exciting writers and teachers of Magick today! There will be a class focusing on Goetia, and one on Enochian. Sign up […]

Daemonic Prosperty Magick

It’s finally available to the general public! Daemonic Prosperity Magick! Written exclusively for experienced Daemonolaters, in Daemonic Prosperity Magick, learn how money magick with Daemons works. This book gives you  PRACTICAL Daemonic magick to bring more prosperity into your life! Included are the six best Daemons for wealth, prosperity, and career success – including Clauneck – and […]

Ask A Daemonolatress: Does the order in which I invoke matter?

Dear S. Connolly: Do I invoke the demon I’m working with before Satan in the circle or after Satan? Someone told me to do it before, while I understand some articles say after. This is very confusing. Answer:  In the standard, elemental ritual construct, in my tradition at least, Satan is the 5th element and comes […]

Ask a Daemonolatress – Safety, What you Get, and Fixing Problems

Here were this month’s top three questions! (Got each one multiple times from different people.) Can Daemons Help Fix my problems? The answer to all our problems is not outside ourselves. We all like to believe that’s the case, because then we don’t actually have to do anything to change our situation.  We can blame […]

New Release: Lake of Fire – A Daemonolater’s Guide to Ascension

Jump into the Abyss and learn to communicate and path work with the Daemonic Divine through ascension practice. In Lake of Fire: A Daemonolater’s Guide to Ascension, Daemonolatress S. Connolly discusses the practice of ascension in theory and technique. Included are ascension formulas, meditations, astral work, dream work, and fear facing rituals meant to help […]

INTO THE ABYSS is based on a true story!

Did you catch this season’s American Horror Story? I’m not sure Roanoke flowed as well as the show’s previous years, but I blame poor writing over a faulty premise. I think films based on “true stories” can work even if the audience doesn’t believe the events portrayed in the movie occurred at all—but only if […]