The Satanic Bible

Order Of Nine Angles


Editorial Note: We reproduce here an article, first published in 127yf under the title On Hangman’s Acre, which illustrates our thesis in The European Satanism Of The O9A about the fundamental difference between the “folkish” Satanism of the Order of Nine Angles and the materialistic, mundane, ‘satanism’ propagated by Howard Stanton Levey.

The article was subsequently included in the O9A pdf document Lambasting Levey And Aquino.

Furthermore, as the author of On Hangman’s Acre wrote in the essay On An Exeat Weekend In Rural England, it is
           “no coincidence that some O9A folk from other parts of the Isles of Britain – or from the USA and Europe – take the trouble to visit rural south Shropshire and some rural parts of Herefordshire.
           For there, embedded, are the sinister-numinous origins of the sinisterly-numinous O9A: far removed from the unbalanced urbanism – the causal abstractions – of the likes of Howard Stanton Levey and Aquino and their mostly urban-dwelling followers.
           To intuitively feel the aura – as when night falls – of such places as Corndon Hill, Hell Peak and Hangman’s Acre (near Norton) is to appreciate a different way of living, an older more pagan tradition, where awareness of the supernatural existed (and exists) alongside generational folk myths and legends, bringing thus an appreciation of acausal Time and how over centuries communities of humans toiled and developed a certain balance between themselves and Nature.
           It is then easy, for example, to see how and why O9A rites such as Internal Adept exist; what the Camlad (or Rounwytha) rite of the Abyss does; what Esoteric Chant really signifies and presences; what lies beyond the mythos of The Dark Gods; why the religion of the Nazarene is unbalanced; why the O9A has a specific esoteric vocabulary; what the O9A’s Labyrinthos Mythologicus is all about; and why the Seven Fold Way is a modern anados, balancing Insight Roles (often in the modern urban world) with such development of esoteric empathy as the rite of Internal Adept, the practice of Esoteric Chant, the playing of The Star Game, and the rite of the Abyss, produce.
           To travel to, to then dwell for a long weekend or longer, in such places is to know beyond words; to thus find such answers as place the O9A into the correct, a particular Aeonic and folkish, perspective, and to appreciate how and why it is so very different from, and independent of, all other contemporary occult groups and movements.” {1}

T.W.S. Nexion
129 yf

{1} The article was included in Part Two of Haereticus: Satanic Polemics Of A Propagandist. Both parts are available at


The Satanic Bible

For decades the sagacious have known that the mass produced and much hyped book The Satanic Bible written by Howard Stanton Levey, the Yahodi, and infested as it is (like the works of Crowley) with Hebrew names, was not only an unoriginal mishmash of ideas plagiarised from other authors but also did not represent Satanism – modern or otherwise, and as an occult praxis or a personal philosophy – in any way at all.

His mishmash of plagiarised ideas included those of Ayn Rand, Nietzsche, Aleister Crowley, the author of ‘Might Is Right’, and authors such as Anthony Ludovici (who enthusiastically propagated and popularized the ideas of Nietzsche), while his mishmash of allegedly satanic rituals and practices derived from the Magian grimoire tradition and the grandly-named Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn (infested as it also was with the Magian grimoire tradition). In addition – as befits his reliance on the likes of Ayn Rand – Levey the Yahodi removed Satan both from the realm of the aristocratic and the realm of the supernatural, and placed him firmly in the realm of materialism, as an icon of egoism, of selfish indulgence, of the plebeian, and neglecting as Levey did (probably in his ignorance) the original meaning of the name Satan and the term Satanist.

Thus, as noted in Part One of these Satanic Polemics, (i) “in practical terms – despite all the puffery surrounding him and his brand of so-called satanism – Levey eulogized some of the types of people you’ll find in jails and made them (at least before they got caught) into some sort of human ideal of – the archetype for – his brand,” and (ii) that a satan is “some human being or beings who ‘diabolically’ plot or who scheme against or who are ‘diabolically’ opposed to those who consider themselves as ‘chosen’ by their monotheistic God,” that is, opposed to the Jews.

In addition, the archetype of Satan was – before Levey made him materialistic and plebeian – always associated by his occult admirers either with the heroic figure of Prometheus and/or with the elitism, the manners, the life-style, of those who were aristocratic by nature, in terms of character. Which character, for instance, predisposed men to be chivalrous toward women and to treat them as equals. As the pseudonymous Anton Long wrote,
                   “Outwardly, in terms of persona and character, the true Dark Arts are concerned with style; with understated elegance; with natural charisma; with personal charm; and with manners. That is, with a certain personal character and a certain ethos. The character is that of the natural gentleman, of the natural noble lady; the ethos is that of good taste, of refinement, of a civilized attitude […] Inwardly, the true Dark – the sinister – Arts are concerned with self-control, discipline, self-honesty; with a certain detachment from the mundane.” {1}

                   “One of the manifest errors – distortions – of the Left Hand Path, and of the Satanic, Magian Occultism so prevalent in the West, in the past, as still now, is its patriarchal nature and the fact that it is dominated by the de-evolutionary doctrine of so-called ‘might is right’ and thus dominated by and infested with male specimens of Homo Hubris who have no sense of honour, no culture, no empathy, no arête, little or no self-honesty, little or no manners, but who instead possess a bloated ego and a very high opinion of themselves.” {2}

This aristocratic Satan (represented to some extent by Milton in Paradise Lost, by Marlowe in his Faustus, and by William Blake) was, for example, the archetype of many if not most pre-Leveyian satanist underground (always small and selective) groups such as the 1960s Yorkshire based Temple of the Sun which recruited Anton Long and whose satanic rituals included “a ritual drama involving a personified Mars and Venus, a Chorus (after the manner of Greek tragedy) and a musical accompaniment.” {3}

Despite all this, Levey has been lauded as “the founder of modern satanism” with his book used as a guide to ‘satanism’ by those who declare and have for decades declared that they are ‘satanists’, with it being common practice – by most academics and such self-declared ‘satanists’ – for all non-Leveyian Satanists and Satanic groups to be regarded as having been inspired in some way by Levey even if their occult praxises and/or their occult philosophy differs in every respect from the mish-mash produced by Levey.

Indeed, this lauding of Levey the Yahodi, and this practice of opining that all modern non-Leveyian Satanists and Satanic groups were influenced by him and his book has now become a dogma, the accepted orthodoxy, a prevailing assumption, even though – and for example – not one person academic or otherwise has, using primary sources, provided any evidence that the occult philosophy of the pseudonymous Anton Long or the occult praxises of his Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) are indebted in any way to Levey. For were latter-day satanists or academics to study primary O9A sources {4} in a scholarly way they would find an esoteric philosophy, and occult praxises, which are completely independent of not only Levey the Yahodi, but also of the Magian-grimoire and qabalistic, traditions of the likes of Crowley, Aquino, and the ‘Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn’.

They would find an elitist, an aristocratic, satanism, true to the original meaning of the name Satan and the term Satanist. They would find an older occult, European, paganism totally free of later Magian influence. They would find a hermetic anados influenced by Greco-Roman culture, and thus a hermeticism untainted by both later Magian-inspired occultism and Nazarene influence. In brief, they would find an older satanism and a type of occultism – a tradition – almost completely overlooked or ignored by academics, fixated as they have been and still are on the likes of Levey the Yahodi and Crowley the drug addict and egoist, both of whom exemplify the materialism, the egoism, the patriarchal ethos, that still so dominates the modern West.

Hangman’s Acre

Here, in such Marcher places as these in the Isles of Britain – the still rural borderlands between Shropshire, Herefordshire and Wales – there is a reminder of an almost lost pagan past and especially of that connection to the supernatural (the acausal) realm wherein dwelt such supernatural/acausal beings as Satan, reminder as such beings were of our own place in the cosmos and thus of how the ‘magick’ of the medieval grimoires (with their Hebrewesque demons) and the ‘magick’ of Crowley et al was and is so grandiloquent and delusional as to be laughable. As Anton Long noted:                    “Esoterically (as distinct from exoterically) the Satanism of the Order of Nine Angles is defined as the acceptance of, or a belief in, the existence a supra- personal being called or termed Satan, and an acceptance of, or a belief in, this entity having or being capable of having some control over, or some influence upon, human beings, individually or otherwise, with such control often or mostly or entirely being beyond the power of individuals or collocations of individuals to control by whatever means.
                   This, obviously, places us in opposition to the mundane Satanism of modern self-described Satanists, for whom Satan is some archetype – in the Jungian or Lockian sense – and/or a useful symbol of egoism, pride, and antinomianism. Which mundane Satanism is both in essence and in practice redolent of what is Magian, the materialistic belief that the individual is the most important thing, and that the individual, either alone or collectively, can master and control everything (including themselves) if they have the right techniques, the right tools, the right method, the right ideas, the right words, the right training, and/or money, power, influence. That human beings, therefore, have – to quote a cliché often used by mundanes – nothing to fear but fear itself, because self-conceited humans are or can be in control. In terms of magick/sorcery, what is Magian is manifest in the conceited, illusory, statements I command the powers… and reality is what I make it or what I perceive it to be…” {5}

There is also here, in such places, a reminder of what some old ONA stories – such as the one titled Hangster’s Gate, set in a place not that far from Much Wenlock – evoked: a local rural world where offerings were still made to that other hidden world to ensure personal and family well-being, and good crops, and healthy livestock. Offerings made because of feeling, knowing without words, that we are nexions: connected to and between two worlds. A feeling, a wordless ancient knowing, that the materialistic, egoistic, ‘satanism’ of Levey the Yahodi would destroy and has destroyed in those who have taken his dehortations seriously.

In contrast, what the O9A does, has done, and can do, is bring back that sense of belonging; that wordless knowing, and which can presence again such connections – such sinisterly-numinous connexions – as can place us in perspective and by which we, as individuals, can via an occult anados change ourselves: that is, consciously evolve.


{1} The Gentleman’s – and Noble Ladies – Brief Guide to The Dark Arts. 119 Year of Fayen. The text is included in the compilation The Joy of The Sinister: The Traditional Satanism Of The Order Of Nine Angles, available at

{2} Questions From A Modern Rounwytha Initiate, e-text, 122 yfayen

{3} Some Questions About The Order of Nine Angles (2016). Part One. e-text (pdf), 2016. As the O9A have noted, some of the texts from this Temple of the Sun were included in the microfilm that, in the early 1990s, Anton Long supplied to several academics including Professor Jeffrey Kaplan.

{4} Sources such as are contained in the compilations The Complete Guide To The ONA (seventh edition, 2015, 1460 pages) and The Esoteric Hermeticism Of The Order Of Nine Angles (2016, 159 pages).

{5} Copula cum Daemone 0, e-text, 121yf. Editorial Note: The text is included – under the title Copulating With Demons – in the 2015 pdf compilation Satan, Demons, And The Noble Dark Arts Of The Order Of Nine Angles.



Seven Antinomian Essays


Hvile I Kaos


Order Of Nine Angles


From a report by Rachael Mattice in the May 2nd issue of LA Weekly, a Los Angeles newspaper known for its award winning coverage of the LA music and arts scene:

“Not long before midnight on a recent Saturday evening at the Blacklight District Lounge in Long Beach, a string-based quintet tuned their instruments behind the lingering smoke of incense and a ritualistic evocation triangle. The audience, silently waiting in curious anticipation for the group’s set to start, was immediately hypnotized into an underworld trance with the haunting cello opening of headliner Hvile I Kaos’ song Agios O Baphomet […]

Unconventional and beautifully structured with layers of orchestral sounds, live Hvile I Kaos consist of violinist Emerson Sinclair, violist Corinne Olsen, guitarist Brent Vallefuoco, bassist Sam Hernandez and cellist Kakophonix […]

Hvile I Kaos attribute their purpose and themes to the philosophies of the Order of Nine Angles […] An embodiment of these beliefs to certain ideas and archetypes is funneled into soundscapes that tell a story on Agios O Baphomet and is the reason behind the strategic partnership with underground label Deathwave Nexion.”

The European Satanism Of The O9A



The European Satanism Of The O9A
An Heretical Presencing

O9A Satanism

That the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) have an understanding of Satan and of Satanism that is the diametrical opposite of the ‘satan’ and the American ‘satanism’ propagated by Howard Stanton Levey – and those inspired by or following Levey-type ‘satanism’ {1} – is neither generally appreciated nor correctly understood given that, according to the interpretation of the TWS Nexion and some other nexions, O9A Satanism is exoterically – in a practical, outward, non-Occult way – manifest (presenced) in the National Socialism of The Third Reich and in the revisionist National-Socialism (the neo-nazism) of the Reichsfolk movement based as the Reichsfolk movement is on folk communities, clans, and tribes, as opposed to the concept of The State which was the basis for the National Socialism of The Third Reich. {2}

For Levey and his followers, ‘satan’ is a symbol of the carnal, the selfish, the egoistic, nature of human beings, with ‘satanism’ understood as manifesting the raison d’êtres of ‘might is right’, of ‘lex talionis’, and of ideas such as Ayn Rand’s Objectivism. {3}

For the O9A, Satan is an archetype of those “human beings or [supernatural] beings who ‘diabolically’ plot or who scheme against or who are ‘diabolically’ opposed to those who consider themselves as ‘chosen’ by their monotheistic God.” {4} Since those who consider themselves as so chosen by God/Jehovah are the Jews, and latterly, Zionists, then O9A Satanism is, exoterically, in practical terms, (i) opposition to those people and to those ideas which manifest the character, the nature, the ethos, the physis, of that people {5} and (ii) opposition to Zionism and the Zionist entity that currently occupies Palestine. {6}

In esoteric terms, O9A Satanism is manifest in the modern heresy of ‘holocaust revisionism’ and in a ‘sinister dialectic’ which seeks through sorcery and other more practical means (including Insight Roles) to undermine the current status quo of nation-States (with their impersonal, supra-personal, laws) and replace them with folk communities, clans, and tribes, based on the ethos, the law, of personal honour (the logos of kindred honour).

              In contrast to the ‘satanism’ of Levey and his followers, O9A Satanism – Aeonically understood and appreciated via the ‘sinister-numinous tradition’ and the Seven Fold Way {7} – manifests the Western, the Greco-Roman, ideals of arête (ἀρετή), of the beautiful (τὸ καλόν), of nobility (τὸ ἀγαθόν), of Ciceronian service and loyalty to the folk/community (πόλις) and of an aristocratic ethos (καλὸς κἀγαθός). {8}

Thus the O9A rejects and repudiates the raison d’êtres of ‘might is right’, of ‘lex talionis’, and of ideas such as Ayn Rand’s Objectivism, describing them as plebeian and stating, for example, that the principle of ‘might is right’ is the instinct, the raison d’être, of the cowardly bully and the rapist. {9}

A European Satanism

In contrast to the “Ayn Rand with trappings” egoistic ‘satanism’ of Levey and his followers, the Satanism of the O9A presences what fascism, and the National Socialism of The Third Reich and the National-Socialism of the Reichsfolk movement, presenced and presences: the classical, the Greco-Roman, and the Western (the European, Faustian) ethos. Which ethos is essentially pagan. {10}

It is therefore no coincidence that one of the five fundamental principles – Occult traditions – of the Order of Nine Angles is “the way of defiance of and practical opposition to Magian abstractions,” (11) since the O9A use the term Magian
               “to refer to the hybrid ethos of Yahoud and of Western hubriati, and also refers to those individuals who are Magian by either breeding or nature. The essence of what we term the Magian ethos is inherent in Judaism, in Nasrany, and in Islam. To be pedantic, we use the term Magian in preference to the more commonly used term Semitic to describe the ethos underlying these three major, and conventional, religions, since the term Semitic is, in our view, not strictly philologically correct to describe such religions.” {12}

Thus, when academics, and others, describe the O9A as representing “Nazi Occultism” or as espousing “neo-nazi beliefs” they are, in essence, correct even though the O9A understanding of the National Socialism of The Third Reich is quite different from the pervasive modern, Magian derived, image of National Socialism, founded as that image is on ‘the holocaust’ and which ‘holocaust’ the O9A describe, in their Mass of Heresy, as “a lie.” {13}

That denial of ‘the holocaust’ is now a criminal offence in many European and other lands (such as Canada) with offenders liable to imprisonment for years, is sufficient of itself to express the fundamental difference between the antinomian Satanism of the O9A and the “total satisfaction of the ego” satanism of Levey and his followers. For, in the modern Western and Magian influenced world, public dissent about no other event in the entire history of humankind is punishable by State-sanctioned imprisonment.

Rachael Stirling
T.W.S. Nexion
1st of May, 129 yf
2018 ev


{1} Levey is better-known by his alias, Anton LaVey.

{2} For an overview of the Reichsfolk movement refer to

See also Myatt’s Mythos of Vindex, available from

{3} Levey once described his ‘satanism’ as “Ayn Rand with trappings,” qv. K. Klein, The Washington Post, May 10, 1970: ‘The Witches Are Back and So Are Satanists’.

According to another source, “LaVey describes Satanism as a religion that believes in total satisfaction of the ego.” The Black Pope and the Church of Satan in The Devil’s Party: Satanism in Modernity, Oxford University Press, 2012, p.92.

{4} In respect of this archetypal Satan, refer to the O9A text The Geryne of Satan and which text explains the historical usage of the terms Satan in the Greek text of the Septuagint, and of Satan and Satanism in the English language. A copy of the text is available at

{5} An overview of such ideas is provided in chapter II of Myatt’s Vindex: The Destiny Of The West. Such ideas include Marxism, the psychological theory of Freud, and the Sociology of Durkheim and Mauss. A copy of Myatt’s Vindex: The Destiny Of The West is available from

{6} That both Howard Stanton Levey and Ayn Rand were of Jewish descent may or may not be relevant in assessing the “Ayn Rand with trappings” satanism advocated by Levey, hyped as both that ‘satanism’ and Levey have been by the mainstream Media, in modern academia, and by self-described latter-day ‘satanists’.

{7} Refer to A Note Regarding The Sinister-Numinous Aesthetic Of The Order Of Nine Angles. Available in the compilation

{8} Refer to the 2017 text Western Paganism And Hermeticism, which describes such ideals in an exoteric context. The text is available both as a printed book, ISBN 978-1986027809, and as a gratis open access document at

For those interested in the scholarly background to such pagan Greco-Roman ideals, and how they differ from the religion based upon the life of Jesus of Nazareth, see (i) David Myatt, Classical Paganism And The Christian Ethos, 2017, ISBN 978-1979599023, and (ii) David Myatt, Tu Es Diaboli Ianua, 2017, ISBN 978-1982010935.

{9} How To Distinguish The Order Of Nine Angles. The O9A text is available at

{10} Qv. Myatt, Classical Paganism, op.cit.

For the pagan nature of the O9A, refer to the 2015 O9A text The Pagan Order Of Nine Angles, included in the compilation The Esoteric Hermeticism Of The Order Of Nine Angles, which compilation is available from

{11} The five principles are outlined in the Glossary of ONA Terms (v. 3.07) dated 123 Year of Fayen.

{12} Glossary of ONA Terms, (v. 3.07).

{13} Refer also to the text The Theory Of the Holocaust which is included in the O9A compilation Magian Occultism and The Sinister Way: A Collection of Heretical Texts from The Order of Nine Angles. Note: it is a criminal offence – illegal – to distribute and/or to publish that text and that O9A compilation in many Western, and other, countries.


A pdf version of this article is available here:

Another Academic Misinterpretation Of The O9A

Order Of Nine Angles


Another Academic Misinterpretation Of The O9A

A 2017 essay by Della E. Campion of the University of Washington – who has written various essays about modern esotericism and modern Satanism – deals with the Order of Nine Angles document titled The Culling Texts, containing as that document does the five (mostly vintage) texts (i) Concerning Culling as Art, (ii) A Gift for the Prince – A Guide to Human Sacrifice, (ii) Victims – A Sinister Exposé, (iii) Culling – A Guide to Sacrifice II, (iv) Guidelines for the Testing of Opfers, (v) Satanism, Sacrifice, and Crime – The Satanic Truth.

There are serious flaws with the essay and which flaws undermine the argument and conclusions of Campion. The flaws are:

(i) The Culling Texts, and the O9A advocacy of culling, are taken out of context, which context is not considered nor referenced by Campion, and which context is (a) the sinister-numinous and esoteric philosophy of the O9A, and (b) that an actual culling is advocated as one part of the training germane to one early stage of the O9A’s Seven Fold Way, that of External Adept.

(ii) Campion, rather than considering those texts in relation to the aforementioned esoteric and practical context, uses sociological and psychological theories and ideas to make claims about and assumptions regarding the personal intent of the authors of the culling texts.

(iii) Extrapolating from those claims and assumptions, Campion proceeds to make claims and assumptions about the intent of the O9A itself, thus providing a classic example of the fallacy of illicit transference.

(iv) Campion relies on the opinions of others regarding the O9A and Myatt – on secondary and tertiary sources – rather than referencing readily accessible primary O9A and Myattian sources, thus revealing a lack of scholarly research and the commission of the fallacy of argumentum ad verecundiam.

(v) Which lack of scholarly research using primary sources results in factual errors and further undermines the academic credibility of the essay.

Esoteric Context

As a study of the complete ONA corpus from the 1970s to 2017 – or at the very least a study of such O9A texts as the seventh edition of the 1460 page Guide To The Order of Nine Angles: Theory and Praxises together with the 159 page The Esoteric Hermeticism Of The Order Of Nine Angles – would have revealed, the documents included in The Culling Texts are propaganda and polemics specifically designed to entice, to separate the O9A from the ‘satanism’ of Levey, and to justify and explain culling for O9A initiates, novices, and prospective candidates, dealing as those texts do with just one aspect of Traditional Satanism and relevant as they are to only the first three stages of the O9A Seven Fold Way: Neophyte, Initiate, and External Adept. This caveat applies to some other O9A texts such as Hostia, and The Black Book of Satan, as well as to the O9A’s Traditional Satanism, for such Satanism and such culling are only a “part of the ‘sinister’ aspect of the sinisterly-numinous tradition: a necessary and novitiate pathei-mathos, a modern rite of passage.” {1}

Beyond those three initial stages, are the personal, the very individual, ordeals of the Rite of Internal Adept – living alone in a wilderness area for at least three months – followed by experiencing various ‘numinous’ ways of life, followed, some years later, by the Rite of the Abyss where the candidate has to endure living a solitary and chthonic existence for a lunar month. Such personal, longsome, ordeals remove the O9A initiate so far from any and all forms of Satanism, and from egoistic imaginings of being “pre-eminent, superior, and entitled”, that they, as various O9A texts explain, emerge to a world beyond the illusive abstractions of apparently conflicting opposites, such as “good and evil” and Right Hand Path and Left Hand Path. {2}

In regard to esoteric context, Campion does not mention the salient fact that
               “the ONA has produced more material on both the practical and theoretical aspects of magic, as well as more ideological texts on Satanism and the Left Hand Path in general, than larger groups such as the Church of Satan and the Temple of Set has produced in combination [which] makes the ONA an important player in the theoretical discussion of what the Left Hand Path and Satanism is and should be according to the practitioners.” {3}

Personal Intent And The Fallacy Of Illicit Transference

Since the documents included in The Culling Texts are propaganda and polemics and are appropriate only to the first three stages of the O9A Seven Fold Way, the intent of their authors is propagandistic and polemical and appropriate to O9A Neophytes, Initiates, and External Adepts {4}.

In addition, and as noted in the O9A text Lambasting Levey And Aquino: The Polemical Satanism Of The Order Of Nine Angles, many of those who have commented on or who have decried O9A polemics have apparently failed to understand
                “that such ‘polemical satanism’ is not only propagandistic but also served, and still serves, a useful dialectical purpose.
                A useful dialectic, a useful dialectical purpose, because when the O9A use the terms ‘dialectical’ or ‘dialectic’ they – depending on context – usually mean one or more of the following three definitions:
                (1) Having premises which are merely probable as opposed to demonstrably true; based on probable opinions rather than on demonstrable fact.
                (2) Characterized by the existence or operation of opposing forces, tendencies, opinions, etcetera; the tension and disputes produced by the clash of such forces, opinions, etcetera; and the revealing of truth (the insight) that can result from such tension, disputes, and clashes.
                (3) A disputant who disputes to be transgressive and/or to engender a dialectical response.
                Thus, when the O9A write about ‘the sinister dialectic’ they are generally referring to meaning (2) in the context of esotericism; hence their term ‘the sinister-numinous’ to express that clash of apparent opposites (with the resultant personal pathei mathos) which is inherent in the O9A seven fold way and also part of O9A aeonic theory and O9A aeonic strategy.”

Therefore, Campion’s argument that the intent behind those culling texts was to make the ONA seem “pre-eminent, superior, and entitled” – and Campion’s conclusion that the texts are simply “the product of imagination” – are specious.

However, Campion is correct in claiming that such texts are desecrational – “an attempt to disrupt communication and cause confusion” – since, understood in the context of O9A praxises, they form part of the O9A’s Labyrinthos Mythologicus, and which Labyrinthos Mythologicus
               “is (a) a modern and an amoral version of a technique often historically employed, world-wide among diverse cultures and traditions both esoteric and otherwise, to test and select candidates, and (b) a mischievous, japing, sly, and sometimes (for mundanes) an annoying, part of our sinister dialectic. Thus and for example, we, the Order of Nine Angles, have presented to outsiders – and to those incipiently of our kind – a series of tests, a modern Labyrinthos Mythologicus, and which tests begin with them being expected to distil our essence from our apparent conflicting opposites.” {5}

As someone associating themselves with the O9A recently wrote:
               “Such a confusion in great numbers is one of the stated purposes of the Labyrinthos Mythologicus, and it is what makes it inherently elitist at every level. That is to say, it is not elitist because it brags or because there is an authority denying entry, but because it asks from the practitioner a wide variety of abilities, at least in potential, and the willingness to develop them through hard work. Some of these are stated explicitly, and others are required by the sheer complexity or lack of explanations of certain things, which end up pushing the seriously interested practitioner to find ways, bridge gaps, interpret and discover his own unique way […]
               “From its inception, the Seven-Fold Way was intended to see most fail, to see most crumble under pressure, by a reluctance to try again, by carelessness leading to mental or physical injury or destruction. It should be clear to any objective and intelligent student of the materials (not to speak to a practitioner, I presume) that personal discernment is the foremost of all ONA requirements, once a holistic and balanced view of its rather wide assortment of ideas throughout the decades has been at least partially digested. To even suggest that the failure of many (most?) ONA would-be initiates is a sign of failure of the system, or to suppose that the bickering between ONA-inspired/derived groups implies an alarming state of affairs threatening to take it down, is to not to be able to see beyond the proverbial nose.” {6}

Furthermore, since Campion’s argument regarding the intent of the authors, and conclusion regarding their texts, are specious, Campion’s inference that the O9A itself is intent of making itself seem “pre-eminent, superior, and entitled” is spurious, as well as an example of the fallacy of illicit transference.

A Lack Of Scholarly Research

A lack of scholarly research using primary sources – obvious in omitting the esoteric context of The Culling Texts – results in a reliance on secondary sources such as Senholt and Goodrick-Clark and reproducing their opinions and assumptions and conclusions without using such primary O9A sources to not only balance those opinions and assumptions but also as the basis of formulating original conclusions regarding the O9A. That there is no reference to the work of Professor Monette {7} is a glaring omission.

This reliance by Campion on secondary – and sometimes tertiary – sources is evident in the factual errors made, as her lack of a scholarly approach is evident in examples such as when she writes that “a myriad of contradictions and questions abound around the ONA leader who has been described as somewhat of a trickster figure,” for she makes no mention of what these contradictions and questions are, and in addition provides no necessary – in academic terms – balancing details of those aspects of Myatt’s life which arguably contradict the common but unproven assumption that Myatt is the “ONA leader” {8}. In addition, as numerous O9A texts from the 1980s on have made clear, there is not, never has been, and cannot be any such thing as an “ONA leader”.

Factual Errors

The following examples of factual errors made by Campion undermine the academic credibility of the essay revealing as such errors do a lack of research using primary sources. {9}{10}

§ Campion writes, “The organization considers itself fascist, admires Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), and embraces National Socialism and Social Darwinism.”

Knowledge of primary O9A sources would have revealed that (i) in the context of the Seven Fold Way the O9A rejects the doctrine of Social Darwinism, and (ii) that the fundamental O9A principle of “the authority of individual judgement” means that O9A cells, groups, nexions, and individuals, are free to self-identify with fascism and National-Socialism (as the Italian Secuntra and the British TWS nexions do) or with other -isms such as anarchism. As the TWS Nexion recently noted:
               “We – identifying as O9A and as an independent nexion applying the esoteric philosophy of the O9A including its code of kindred honour – interpret that philosophy as anti-Magian in essence and pro-NationalSocialist and fascist in exoteric practice and as required by the O9A’s Sinister Dialectic.
               “Our view – as supporters of our Western culture – is that a resurgent National Socialism, or a resurgent fascism, or something politically similar, embodies what is necessary to bring down the Old Order from whose ruins a New Order will emerge.
               “However, others identifying with or associating themselves with the O9A do not share this interpretation. Some interpret that esoteric philosophy as anarchistic; others as nihilistic; others as elitist in a cultured and aristocratic way.
               “As noted in the text Aristocracy, Anarchy, or Nihilism? The Continuing Internal O9A Debate,
               “One of the many interesting things about the Order of Nine Angles is the diversity of opinion and interpretation among those who associate themselves with the O9A or who follow or who are inspired by the esoteric philosophy of Anton Long.
               “Such a diversity of opinion and interpretation of matters O9A is natural and necessary [for] the O9A, from its beginnings, has – via its praxises and its principle of individual judgement – encouraged every O9A person, nexion, group, or cell, to develop their own interpretation of everything O9A.” {11}

In respect of rejecting the doctrine of Social Darwinism,
               “Unlike the modern Satanists influenced by the likes of Howard Stanton Levey, and most of those self-describing as following the Left Hand Path, as well as those influenced by the likes of Crowley, the O9A completely rejects the principle of ‘might is right’ and what has been termed ‘social Darwinism’, describing the principle of ‘might is right’ as the instinct, the raison d’être, of the cowardly bully and the rapist.” {12}

§ Campion writes, “David Myatt, himself, has a history of Neo-Nazi activity starting in the early 1970s”.

In his autobiography Myngath, and in political memoirs such as The Ethos of Extremism, both of which are primary sources in relation to Myatt, he states that his political activity began in 1968 when he joined Colin Jordan’s British Movement. He continued to be active in BM until 1973 when he co-founded the Leeds based, and violent, National Democratic Freedom Movement and joined the para-military neo-nazi group Column 88.

This record of early and often violent political activity – including a term of imprisonment for leading a ‘skinhead’ gang in a violent attack, and acting as Colin Jordan’s bodyguard {13} – is documented in mainstream sources. {14}{15} In addition, in 1972 Myatt became Leeds Branch Secretary of Jordan’s BM. {16}

§ Campion writes, “His radical right-wing extremist activities appear to have started in the early 1990s with the U.K. Neo Nazi skinhead group Combat 18.”

As noted above, Myatt’s radical activism began in 1968, not in the early 1990s.

Furthermore, Combat 18 was not a “skinhead group” but was mainly composed of members of “football firms” such as the Chelsea Headhunters. {17}

§ Campion writes, “The bomber acquired the guidelines from the ONA’s website.”

The document in question was on a radical right-wing website on a Canadian server run by Bernard Klatt {18}{19}{20}{21} which website or server had no connection to the ONA nor hosted any ONA material.

§ Campion writes, “It has been suggested, even, that the ONA is a facade, some kind of imaginary front for one man.”

No source – academic or otherwise – for this allegation is supplied, which unsourced allegation is an example of argumentum ad hominem, and which argumentum ad hominem has no place in an academic essay.

§ Campion writes, “LaVey’s measured, playful, and charismatic presence…”

In common with what seems to be, in academia, an often uncritical respect of LaVey (real name Howard Stanton Levey) Campion supplies no source(s) – academic or otherwise – for this puffery with no mention made of criticisms of Levey such as his plagiarism {22}{23} or the fact that research found no trace of Levey’s boast of employment as a police photographer nor evidence regarding his boast of having had an affair with Marilyn Monroe {24}.


In the O9A Seven Fold Way – a decades-long individual Occult quest (anados) – a culling is one of the tasks/challenges, a learning experience, that an External Adept is expected to undertake, often done as part of an Insight Role. The individual then moves on to other tasks/challenges which include the Rite of Internal Adept.

The essay by Campion ignores this necessary esoteric context; highlights yet again the unscholarly nature of the research by most academics into the Order of Nine Angles, and how some academics, when writing about the O9A, commit various logical fallacies. {25}

Unless and until academics or others conduct detailed research into the O9A using primary sources, using those sources to formulate their own conclusions, then the O9A will remain misrepresented with its detailed esoteric philosophy and its innovative sinister-numinous praxis, the Seven Fold Way, ignored.

Kerri Scott
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{1} O9A 101. Included in Quintessence Of The Order Of Nine Angles, available at

{2} Refer to such O9A texts as (i) Anton Long’s The Enigmatic Truth and his Lapis Philosophicus, both dated 2011; (ii) the second (2013) edition of Anton Long’s text Enantiodromia – The Sinister Abyssal Nexion, and (iii) R. Parker, The Sinisterly-Numinous O9A, 2013, available at

{3} Senholt, Jacob. The Sinister Tradition. Satanism in the Modern World. Conference at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, November 19-20, 2009

{4} The pdf document provides a useful overview of many O9A primary sources in the context of O9A esotericism and praxises.


See also the relevant sections of the book Satanica Eresia – Una Guida al Satanismo published by the Italian Secuntra Nexion, 2018, ISBN 978-1986070034

{6} Darg. Praefuscus Ferrum blog. 2017

{7} Monette, Connell. Mysticism in the 21st Century. 2013. Sirius Academic Press.

{8} A primary source in this respect is Myatt’s 2012 essay A Matter Of Honour, available at

In addition, Part Three of the 2018 O9A compilation A Modern Mysterium: The Enigma of Myatt And The O9A provides a selection of texts which describe the evidence which has been presented – including by some O9A supporters – which seems to contradict or cast doubt upon the claim that Myatt is or was the pseudonymous Anton Long. The compilation is available at

{9} A list of some primary O9A sources is contained in

{10} Qv.

{11} The O9A And AWD – A Summary.

{12} How To Distinguish The Order Of Nine Angles. The O9A text is available at

See also (i) Anton Long, The De-Evolutionary Nature of Might is Right, 122 Year of Fayen, and (ii) Anton Long, The Gentleman’s – and Noble Ladies – Brief Guide to The Dark Arts, 119 Year of Fayen.

{13} Goodrick-Clarke, Nicholas. Hitler’s Priestess: Savitri Devi, the Hindu-Aryan Myth and Neo-Nazism, NYU Press, 2000, p.215

{14} Spearhead. (John Tyndall’s BNP magazine) April, 1983

{15} David Myatt and the Occult-Fascist Axis, in the anti-fascist magazine Searchlight, No. 241 (July 1995), pp.6–7

{16} Jackson, Paul. Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016, p.174.


{18} Whine, Michael. Cyberspace: A New Medium for Communication, Command and Control by Extremists, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Volume 22, Issue 3. Taylor & Francis. 1999.

{19} Vacca, John R. Computer Forensics: Computer Crime Scene Investigation, Charles River Media, 2005, p.420

{20} The Toronto Star, 19 July 1996. Hate groups using B.C. Internet site.

{21} The Globe and Mail, 28 April 1998. Notorious Internet service closes.

{22} Matthews, Chris. Modern Satanism: Anatomy of a Radical Subculture, Praeger Publishers, 2009, p. 65-66

{23} ‘The Satanic Bible’ in The Invention of Satanism, Oxford University Press, 2015, pp.98-102

{24} Aquino, Michael. The Church of Satan. 2013. Two volumes, ISBN 9781494447335 & 9781494446963

{25} The essay The Peculiar Matter Of Myatt And Long in the O9A compilation A Modern Mysterium: The Enigma of Myatt And The O9A provides a few examples, such as Massimo Introvigne committing the fallacy of illicit transference and Senholt the fallacy of Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc.


A pdf version of this article is available here:

The Sinisterly-Numinous O9A


Order Of Nine Angles


Classic O9A Texts

The Sinisterly-Numinous O9A

The Order of Nine Angles presents three different ways whereby its fundamental aeonic aims of individual change and individual evolution – that is, the breeding and the development of a new species and new ways of living and thence a new and a galactic Aeon – may be achieved. These are the initiatory Seven Fold Way, the individual exeatic adversarial praxis of Dreccs and Niners, and the tradition of the Rounwytha.

All three of these ways provide a means for the individual to acquire arête and wisdom, and all three are practical and individual, involving as they do the individual pathei-mathos (the personal learning) that results from challenging real-world experiences.

Distinguishing The O9A


Order Of Nine Angles


° Arrenothelus
° The O9A Logos: Women, Tribes, And Clans
° Amoral Pathei-Mathos
° An Occult Philosophy
° Contra Might Is Right
° The Authority Of Individual Judgement
° The Way Of The Rounwytha
° The Star Game And Esoteric Chant
° An Aeonic Perspective
° Disdain Of Copyright And The Idea Of Intellectual Property

Distinguishing The O9A

There are several significant features germane to the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) and which separate the O9A from other past and contemporary manifestations of the Occult in the lands of the West, be those manifestations described or classified by others (or self-described or classified by their adherents) as Left Hand Path, Satanist, Hermetic, Right Hand Path, Pagan, or Sorcerist. {1}

It is most indicative that these O9A features – serving as they do to distinguish the O9A – have seldom if ever been commented upon, in a rational in-depth manner, by the majority of people who, past and present, have pontificated about or who have made comments about the O9A. Indicative for a variety of reasons, such as lacking an extensive knowledge of O9A texts; such as having no access to O9A aural tradition; and such as their focus being on some exoteric aspect of the O9A, for example human culling, O9A self-identification as being Satanist, or the polemics that some O9A associates have sometimes indulged in as a basal part of the O9A sinister dialectic. In addition, many of those who have commented on or make remarks about the O9A seem to have lost their way in, or become confused by, the O9A’s Labyrinthos Mythologicus {2}.

Rachael Stirling
Second Edition 2018

{1} As an example of the Left Hand Path there is Aquino’s Temple of Set. As an example of modern Satanism there is Howard Stanton Levey. As an example of Hermeticism, there is the nineteenth century Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. As an example of modern paganism there is the Wicca manufactured by the likes of Gerald Gardener. As an example of the modern Sorcerist tradition there is Aleister Crowley, derived as his tradition was from the sorcery propounded in medieval grimoires and from the qabalism of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

{2} The term – its etymology and meaning – is described in the essay The Labyrinthos Mythologicus of The O9A.

Satanica Eresia

O9A Insight Role
O9A Insight Role


Secuntra Nexion. Satanica Eresia – Una Guida al Satanismo.
602 pages. CreateSpace, 2018. ISBN: 978-1986070034


Satanica Eresia – un’opera che ha richiesto circa quattro anni di lavoro per la sua stesura – contiene oltre un centinaio di testi dell’Ordine dei Nove Angoli (ONA, O9A) scritti a partire dagli anni ‘70 sino ai giorni nostri, molti dei quali furono inizialmente divulgati solo internamente tra gli associati dell’ONA e successivamente distribuiti al pubblico tramite opere stampate come Hostia – Gli Insegnamenti Segreti dell’ONA (volumi I, II e III), Hysteron Proteron e diversi numeri del Fenrir. La versione italiana dei testi che compongono questa raccolta sono stati tradotti dagli originali inglesi nel corso di più di dieci anni da parte del Secuntra Nexion – Tempio tradizionale dell’ONA e cancello ereditario su suolo italiano della Tradizione Sinistramente-Numinosa. Questo materiale è stato distribuito sino ad ora soltanto clandestinamente tra gli associati del Secuntra Nexion sotto forma di «Quaderni di Studio», come parte del loro addestramento teoretico. Oggi, per la prima volta, questi testi vengono presentati al pubblico italiano.

Sino ad ora in Italia la maggior parte degli accademici, dei giornalisti, dei satanisti, dei semplici curiosi o dei numerosi critici dell’ONA hanno basato i loro giudizi sull’Ordine dei Nove Angoli (ONA, O9A) e sulle sue prassi (in particolare sul Satanismo da questi propugnato) su fonti non-primarie, su voci e sul sentito dire. Parte di questo è dovuto alla natura plebea, non-erudita, degli individui di cui sopra – spesso persi in quel Labyrinthos Mythologicus che l’ONA ha creato per intrigare, selezionare, verificare, confondere, annoiare, infastidire, dissuadere e generare conflitti – e parte è dovuto alla scarsità di materiale sull’ONA presente in lingua italiana, nonostante il Secuntra Nexion da ben oltre dieci anni dalla sua prima apparizione in pubblico si stia occupando di diffondere gradualmente, in lingua italiana, tutti gli insegnamenti e tutte le tradizioni dell’Ordine.

Satanica Eresia – che con le sue 600 pagine si cataloga ad oggi in Italia come l’opera più esaustiva sul tema del Satanismo – va a colmare questo vuoto, presentando in maniera chiara e dettagliata quel Satanismo autentico così come delineato e diffuso dall’Ordine dei Nove Angoli (ONA, O9A) per oltre quarant’anni. Un Satanismo «duro ed estremamente pericoloso», un Satanismo che propugna «l’estremismo politico e religioso, il sacrificio umano ed il terrorismo», un Satanismo che riflette la natura etimologica del suo termine, manifestandosi quindi come «malizioso, ingannevole, fastidioso, distruttivo, malevolo, propagandistico, incitatore, verificatore, eretico, offensivo, disorientante, contraddittorio e realmente o potenzialmente dannoso, distruttivo, pericoloso o pernicioso». Un Satanismo in possesso di un mythos e di un’ontologia unica e distinta e parte di una complessa filosofia esoterica che affronta questioni etiche, eziologiche, epistemologiche e filosofiche. In netto contrasto con il satanismo autoindulgente e materialista di gente del calibro di Howard Stanton Levey e della sua Chiesa di Satana e con il satanismo religioso di Michael Aquino e del suo Tempio di Set, nonché con il satanismo privo di sostanza ed addomesticato dei satanisti dei giorni nostri che affollano forum e gruppi su internet, e in netto contrasto con la falsa antinomia dei praticanti di molte moderne Vie della Mano Sinistra Occidentali.

Satanica Eresia restituisce al Satanismo la tenebra, l’amoralità, il male, l’abbattimento, la causa di conflitti e danni, la durezza ed il terrore che giustamente gli appartengono ed è un nostro Dono per le generazioni future che verranno.



Corpus Secuntra, Telos

Mythos, Morality, Terror, and the O9A


Order Of Nine Angles


Classic O9A Texts

The four texts included in the gratis open access pdf file below are mainly concerned with three topics: the aural traditions of the Order of Nine Angles; mythos (that is, the mythic narrative of the O9A) and the O9A perspective regarding morality and what is nowadays described as “terrorism”.

The topics not only reveal how and why the O9A is in opposition to the majority of modern Occultists – as especially in opposition to self-described Levey-type ‘satanists’ – but also reveal much about the esoteric traditions of the O9A and – for us, most fascinating of all – why ‘Anton Long’ took it upon himself to finally and just before his retirement set down in writing some of their aural traditions. As he explains in Baeldraca: From Causal to Acausal Terror,

                “the aural traditions were not explicit, not having been written down – and were often intimations of esoteric things that often no one before me had the language, let alone the words, to represent in a way which was clear, esoterically and exoterically […]

                Thus, in some ways one of my tasks has been to give a more conscious form to such esoterically inherited intimations, and this has taken me a while […]

                I also had the – in hindsight – somewhat naive hope that someone else might fit all the published pieces together, and do what was necessary to explain and expound and even evolve such esoteric matters, especially as I was often engaged for months and sometimes for years on end in Presencing The Dark in a practical manner. Thus, I naively assumed that someone, or a few, might and for instance see the connexion[s].”

As with all O9A texts, they are in the public domain.

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Four Classic O9A Texts


§ Editorial Note
§ Myths, Legends, Dark Gods, and Occult Mystique
§ Into The Abyss – Morality, Terror, and the ONA
§ Baeldraca: From Causal to Acausal Terror
§ Presencings Of A Hideous Nexion

A Guía Nacionalsocialista para comprender el Islam

David Myatt


Editorial Note: We reproduce here a 2016 article published on a Spanish blog and which article in our opinion provides a reasonable overview of Myatt’s peregrinations and his support for Islam.


Todos los textos aquí presentados fueron escritos originalmente por David Myatt, un antiguo teórico y activista Nacionalsocialista, con años de militancia en diversos grupos, afines al Hitlerismo Esotérico, el Nacionalsocialismo y el racialismo identitario blanco, de la talla de la Orden de los Nueve Ángulos, el Movimiento Nacional Socialista del Reino Unido, Reichsfolk y Combat 18, entre otros. David Myatt es uno de los teóricos contemporáneos más reconocidos del movimiento NS moderno, con una cantidad impresionante de textos sobre la materia, aunque actualmente es usado como referencia histórica, ya que en años recientes, Myatt abandonó y desconoció sus trabajos sobre el tema, apostando por una nueva filosofía personal que desarrolló bajo el nombre de “Filosofía de Pathei-Mathos”.

Cabe mencionar que David Myatt se alejó del espectro Nacionalsocialista y abrazó completamente el Islam en 1998, después de estudiarlo durante un tiempo y encontrar afinidades con la lucha NS contra el Marxismo, el Capitalismo y el Sionismo, y entender la Yihad práctica de los musulmanes como una de las muy pocas verdaderas acciones de activismo en el mundo contra estos males y sus patrocinadores, así como comprender que el Islam es una religión que ensalza el honor, la lealtad, la razón y el respeto, entre otras cosas, justo como lo hace la cosmovisión tradicional Nacionalsocialista, a la cual se había adherido durante décadas.

Puede decirse que Myatt es una pieza clave dentro de la doctrina NS dirigida a las generaciones post-NSDAP, pues sus obras escritas son muy bien recibidas en el mundo NS de habla inglesa. Además, también se considera que Myatt -o Abdul-Aziz Ibn Myatt, después de convertirse al Islam-, es quien más ha contribuido a crear una síntesis y un entendimiento entre quienes se dicen Nacionalsocialistas, y los musulmanes.

Al hacer una lectura biográfica de David Myatt, uno puede encontrar que no se trata del típico militante Nacionalsocialista, ni del típico teórico islámico. De hecho, algo de lo que más ha causado controversia en torno a la figura de Myatt, es que su “búsqueda por el sentido definitivo de la vida”, lo llevó a ser monje cristiano, budista, taoísta, pagano y finalmente musulmán, sin omitir su paso por el activismo pro-NS. Por ello, Myatt ha llegado a ser visto como alguien inestable, que fue “cambiando de bando” una y otra vez con el paso de los años, hasta llegar a ser, finalmente, una especie de pacifista, rechazador del “extremismo” y la violencia en cualquiera de sus formas, con su propia visión del mundo y de la vida.

Pero cabe aclarar, que Myatt terminó rechazando el aspecto racialista del Nacionalsocialismo y el “extremismo” del “Islam radical” sólo después de sufrir un grave shock que lo llevaría a “reevaluar” su vida y todo lo que había hecho durante ella.

Y es que la vida personal de David Myatt no fue nada fácil, y al menos en una ocasión anterior se supo de un shock emocional suyo: En 1990, cuando se acababa de mudar a Malvern, para vivir y trabajar, Myatt destruyó sus copias personales de la poesía que había escrito (Myatt también es poeta), calificándolos de “autoindulgentes y decadentes”, añadiendo que “la vida personal está muerta”, expresando finalmente, su deseo (que no cumplió) de no escribir poesía de nuevo.

Este episodio, de acuerdo con JR Wright -la biógrafa de Myatt-, pudo haber sido el resultado de la muerte de su segunda esposa, a causa del cáncer, cuando tenía sólo 39 años de edad, siendo su primer matrimonio un fracaso, después de que su pareja se fugara con una mujer más joven.

Sin embargo, el shock que en este caso nos interesa, y que llevó a este personaje a “reevaluar” su vida y alejarse del Islam definitivamente, fue el suicidio de su prometida Francine, en 2006.

David Myatt ha aceptado abiertamente que este suceso cambió radicalmente su concepción de la vida, llevándolo incluso a un punto muy fuerte de inestabilidad emocional. Por ejemplo, una de las primeras cosas que hizo Myatt, poco después del suicidio de su prometida, fue ir a la iglesia católica más cercana, a encender una vela -a su nombre- en la Capilla de la Virgen María, aun cuando sabía que seguía siendo musulmán y que lo esperado, era ir a una Mezquita o hacer una súplica a Allah.

Así, el suicidio de Francine, llevaría a nuestro personaje a una reflexión de aproximadamente 3 años, durante los cuales se seguiría mostrando como musulmán, aunque esto cambiaría en 2010, cuando Myatt anuncia haber abandonado el Islam, para centrarse exclusivamente en su personal “Filosofía de Pathei-Mathos”.

Si bien la vida de David Myatt dio giros radicales una y otra vez -sobre todo, por cuestiones profundamente emocionales y de gran impacto-, es de reconocer que sus obras, tanto en el ámbito Nacionalsocialista, como en el Islámico, son un referente de gran calidad para quienes desean conocer la más vasta teoría condensada entre el NS y el Islam, creada de la mano de quien fuera uno de los Nacionalsocialistas más importantes del Reino Unido, y después, uno de los musulmanes fundamentalistas más conocidos en el mundo occidental, no sólo por su defensa de la Yihad antisionista, sino por la magnificencia de su obra escrita, en apoyo a un Islam puro, el establecimiento de un Califato, y la gobernanza de la Shariah.

Nosotros rescatamos una pequeña parte de sus textos -ya escritos como musulmán y dirigidos para Nacionalsocialistas y afines- y los compartimos (aun sabiendo que el propio autor se deslinda actualmente de ellos, en pos de su inclinación pacifista) simplemente porque forman la mejor contribución en el tema que alguien haya podido dar jamás.


For those interested, Myatt’s National-Socialist Guide To Islam is available here:

A Typical Levey Type Satanist


Order Of Nine Angles


The following quotation – from a self-confessed former British follower of Levey type ‘satanism’ who is now a Nazarene vicar – expresses everything that is wrong with, and un-satanic about, Levey type ‘satanism’.

One night I spotted The Satanic Bible at a mate’s house. I took it from his bookshelf and read the whole thing in one go. Written by the founder of the Church of Satan, Anton LaVey, it has sold over a million copies since it was first published in 1969. I really connected with it […] Satanism seemed to acknowledge the pain and anger I was feeling […]

Being a Satanist means loving yourself at the expense of others. In a philosophical sense, it’s actually got little to do with devil worship. Most Satanists believe in doing everything in their power to get what they want out of life. Indulging in desires such as sex, food, and booze is encouraged. It breeds selfishness within you […]

Salvation came in an unlikely form. A friend of my sister’s, who happened to be the local vicar’s daughter, invited me to a Christian festival. {1}

Did this self-declared ‘satanist’ ever do anything really evil and extreme and antinomian and different from the millions of young mundanes in Western lands who are selfish, who love themselves, who indulge their desires? No.

He did not undertake a human culling or two. He did not – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – openly, in an antinomian way, question sacred State-sponsored beliefs such as the ‘holocaust’ to thus became a modern pariah. He did not openly – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – advocate violent revolution nor was he part of a covert revolutionary cell. He did not – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – run a gang of thieves. He did not openly advocate ‘terrorism’ and put himself at risk of arrest and imprisonment. He was never “a person of interest” for the security services of the State nor for the police of his own homeland.

Did he ever spend three or six months alone in the wilderness? No. Did he ever undertake difficult physical challenges which took him to the limit of his physical and mental endurance? No.

He was just one selfish self-indulgent person among millions; someone who used Levey type ‘satanism’ to justify his selfishness and his self-indulgence. For Levey type ‘satanism’ is all about such mundane selfishness and self-indulgence. There is nothing in such so-called ‘satanism’ beyond such materialistic mundaneness.

In contrast, the O9A is all about individuals learning from harsh, testing, antinomian, personal experiences. Which is why the O9A advocate – among other things – Insight Roles, human culling, political extremism (of both the so-called Left and Right), spending three or six months alone in the wilderness; advocates challenges of physical and mental endurance, of forming and leading a ceremonial Occult group, and challenges individuals to openly defy such modern State-sponsored beliefs as ‘the holocaust’ and ‘racial equality’.

All of which is why the O9A, esoterically understood, is antinomian and thus in essence Satanist, for it is and those associating with it are:

(a) practising or disposed to practise evil;
(b) actually or potentially harmful, destructive, disastrous, or pernicious; baleful;
(c) malicious; mischievous, sly;
(d) bad in moral character, disposition
(e) hard, difficult, misleading, deadly, amoral.

That is,

{quote}”the O9A is now, as it always has been, satanic, just as its esoteric philosophy and modern anados are, understood in context, a manifestation of what satanism is and was; when, that is, satanism is understood esoterically and aeonically and not according to the mundane dehortations of the likes of Levey and the clichés of plebeian self-professed modern satanists.” {2} {/quote}

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{1} Source:
{2} The Place Of Satanism In The Order of Nine Angles. Included in The Joy Of The Sinister (pdf).