Category: S. Connolly

Groveling in Servitude and Other Amusing Assumptions

I admit it – prayer is one of those aspects of spirituality that I haven’t always been comfortable with. In my younger years, before  I really understood what it meant to “pray”, I always envisioned those who prayed as groveling servants hoping deity would throw them a bone for being subservient and obedient. As I got older […]

Are You Ready for Kasdeya?

I’m not sure what happened to Frank’s introductory post for the month of April. It’s my understanding that this month’s posts are supposed to be about Kasdeya. To do or not to do Kasdeya – that is the question. I suppose this is something you should question before embarking on any extended ritual work whether […]

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 with Daemonolatry necromancy you might […]

Keys of Ocat is Available!

The Keys of Ocat reveals the never before published Saturn rites, seals, and theophantic gate opening rituals of Ocat, the abyssal gatekeeper of the dead. Behind His gates dwell the Daemons of death including Euronymous, Balberith, Bune, Hekate, Frucisierre, and many others. These blood magick rituals, talismans and seals will aid the advanced magician in […]

Keys of Death

This booklet is ultimately a supplement to the forthcoming Keys of Ocat: A Grimoire of Daemonolatry Nygromancye and nothing more. It was created as a way to get the death tablets out to my readers in the manner I intended for readers to see them — large and in full color. They lose something in […]