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#36573 - 03/16/10 02:20 PM Small indy/private press books?
111Cal Offline
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anyone have any recommendations on small/indy/private press Satanic books that might not have mainstream availability?
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#36794 - 03/20/10 04:33 AM Re: Small indy/private press books? [Re: 111Cal]
Simon Jester Offline
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 Originally Posted By: 111Cal
anyone have any recommendations on small/indy/private press Satanic books that might not have mainstream availability?


Google is your friend.


Our boy KHK has some forthcoming gear. Check it out at:

http://au.groups.yahoo.com/group/Sinister101/

A small list of soon-to be available items, privately produced and hand-printed, will be available from a smaller scale replica of the Black Glyph Society – the Black Glyph List – through Sinister 101.
Lulu.com, where the Glyph was previously hosted, will not feature.

Coming soon.

- Crux -

- Liber 333 -

- The Physis of the Sinister -


You may have heard of the ONA. I feel that they qualify:

http://stores.lulu.com/the_nonagon &
http://stores.lulu.com/theheresypress

Darrell W Conder has an excellent collection of Redbeard material:

http://www.darrellwconder.com/

The Black Press, home of the illustrious V Scavr and other notables ;\) :

http://www.theblackpress.org/

Ixaxaar hosts some limited run occult works, if that's your bag:

http://www.ixaxaar.com/




I will also share an excerpt from an interview billed as The Last Word from One of THEM. Reference is made to a text called Sumo Mihi (Obtain Me). Make of it what you will:

 Quote:
...What about these secrets?

What about them?

Are they to do with the inner workings of the ONA?


I can’t tell you that. But not to give too much away, there was a little book circulated around the underground not that long ago called “Obtain Me” in Latin. See, although the Order speaks openly about Culling, theoretically speaking, there is a vast difference between “obtaining the Red Elixir” and obtaining the Red Elixir. Someone must have decided information on that aspect was lacking and written a book about the finer points of cutting someone’s head off.

The ONA?


I’m not sure, but I don’t think so. There was no obvious indication that it was an ONA document.

One of THEM?


Not to my knowledge.



There's quite a lot out there if you care to look.



Happy hunting.

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#36801 - 03/20/10 01:46 PM Re: Small indy/private press books? [Re: Simon Jester]
111Cal Offline
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Registered: 12/22/09
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Much Thanks!
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