The Biography of SATAN

Graves provides a lot of historical data. Giving us insight in the origins of the many false assumptions the Christian faith build its’ empire on. He shows that, mythologically, the God of the Old Testament and the Devil of the New Testament were “originally twin brothers known by the same titles”, and that this God and this Devil were Chaldean sun-gods.

The Book of Halloween

The Book of Halloween

The origins of Halloween are traced back to sun worship, Celtic religion, the Pomona festival and the Christian All Saints Day. Links are given with Teutonic witchcraft and Walpurgis Night. Special Halloween omens are discussed as well as the different ways this holiday was celebrated in Ireland, England and Man, Brittany and France, Scotland and the Hebrides, Wales and America.

Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries | Thomas Taylor - revised edition 2017

The Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries

The Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries focus on life, death and rebirth in the present, identical with the living nature, which was regarded as the converging of past and future. In this context the mystae, or initiates, learned the aporrheta, or secret meaning of the rites, and were thenceforth denominated ephori, or epoptæ (seers). Sacred orgies were celebrated on every fifth year; and began on the 15th of the month Boëdromian or September.

The History of the Devils of Loudun

The History of the Devils of Loudun

With The History of the Devils of Loudun, VAMzzz Publishing presents a revised edition of the – three volumes in one – original account of this historic case of mass possession. Seventeen Ursuline Nuns were taken over by demons and went into a sexual and blasphemous state of hysteria for years. The work also describes the trial of a womanizing local priest named Father Urbain Grandier, who was accused of summoning these demons by ‘throwing a bunch of roses over the convent wall’.


The House of Souls

The House of Souls is a collection of four stories: A Fragment of Life, The White People, The Great God Pan and The Inmost Light. These masterpieces of horror and mystery by Arthur Machen were first collectively published in 1906.

The Witches of New York | Q. K. Philander Doesticks P.B.

The Witches of New York

The Witches of New York
portraits a series of psychics, astrologers, and fortunetellers operating within 19th century New York City, written from the perspective of the popular American humourist Doesticks. The author went from one New York City “witch” (psychic, astrologer, clairvoyant, etc.) to another, to prove how inaccurate they were in their predictions.

The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors

The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors

In this book American writer Kersey Graves shows that many demigods all over the world, share similar stories, traits or quotes with Jesus. The similarity between the story of Christ and his many predecessors gave rise to what is now called the Christ myth theory. This theory holds the view that the story of Jesus is either a piece of mythology, or, if Christ really existed, he had probably nothing to do with the founding of Christianity. (Complete works 2)


Thirty Years Among the Dead

Carl Wickland (Wiklund) was a Swedish born, professional American psychiatrist who turned away from conventional medical psychology and became convinced that many psychiatric illnesses were the result of the influence of the obsessive spirits of the dead. With the help of his wife and medium Anna W. Anderson, Wickland communicated with the spirits. These intriguing 83 sessions make up the bulk of the book Thirty Years Among the Dead.



In this rare and unique book Robert Brown Junior (1844-1912) places the unicorn-phenomena in a context of comparative mythology, while hypothesizing on ancient astrological symbolism. Brown believes the unicorn to be a lunar symbol, and draws on mythology from a wide range of sources all over the world to build his case. He discusses the heraldic use of the unicorn, relates the creature to ancient goddesses like Astarte, Hecate en the Gorgon Medusa, and provides the reader with lost esoteric Moon-lore.



Anders dan het Rechter Pad, waartoe alle grote religies behoren, zoekt het Linker Pad (vamachara) geen hemel of transcendentie om aan dualisme te ontsnappen, maar het herstel van de synergie tussen yin en yang, God en Godin, vrouwelijke en mannelijke energieën. Via opwekking van het slangenvuur wordt vervolgens naar cidrupini gestreefd – een opgaan in de vreugde van de natuur en mystieke dans van het leven zelf. Het goddelijke wordt niet verwacht maar geleefd.


Vampires & Vampirism

Vampires and Vampirism is one of the very few books ever written with a scientific approach to the subject of vampires and vampirism. Wright explores the vampire phenomena in different parts of the world and in different times in our history, starting with ancient Babylonia, Assyria and Greece. This special revised VAMzzz Publishing edition is completed with a Post Scriptum with biographical information about the writer and an article on the vampire in Russia and Slavonic countries based on Muscovite folk-lore by W. R. S. Ralston, M.A.

Voodoos and Obeahs: Phases of West India Witchcraft

Voodoos and Obeahs

Voodoos and Obeahs: Phases of West India Witchcraft
by the Jesuit anthropologist Joseph J. Williams (1875-1940) offers a careful documentation of the history and ethnography of Voodoo and reveals the connection of both Haitian Voodoo and Jamaican Obeah to snake worship (ophioletreia). This work goes into great depth concerning the New World-African connection and is highly recommended if you want a deep understanding of the dramatic historical background of Haitian and Jamaican magic and witchcraft, and the profound influence of imperialism, slavery and racism on its development.

vymaanika shaastra

Vymaanika Shaastra

Just like the Nazi UFO’s, the Vedic flying machines dwell somewhere in the realms between apocryphal technology and the occult. The work Vymaanika Shaastra has been ascribed to the sage Maharishi Bharadwaja, who is known to be a scholar both in science, philosophy, cosmology and warfare.



The core view of paranormal investigator Elliott O’Donnell, regarding the wer(e)wolf, was that he assumed a serious occult phenomenon, rather than a folkloric fantasy, that could easily be dismissed by science. Within this scope Werwolves (1914) is as pioneering as the book is entertaining. It combines O’Donnell’s – ahead of his time – linking of the werewolf to shamanism, the etheric double and astral projection with the traditional dark romantic aura that hangs around the subject. His conclusion, that the werewolf was most likely linked to psychic projection skills, was re-examined by Claude Lecouteux in 1992 in his Witches, Werewolves and Fairies.


Witch, Warlock & Magician

Witch, Warlock and Magician is divided into two parts. The first part of the book gives an overview of the progress of magic and alchemy in England and Scotland as well as an account of the lives of the most notable historical figures in this field, including Rosicrucians. The second part is devoted to an historical review of witchcraft in Britain and some of the most important witch-trials.