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Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati. The Rite of Lilith being the mystical invocation of the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth by Joshua Jacob Seraphim (Frater Annuit Coeptis).The Legend of Lilith evolves from diverse Religious and Metaphysical sources, appearing in the Alphabet of Ben Sira, the Zohar, and in the Epic of Gilgamesh. The Rite of Lilith is a Tantrik and Magickal Ceremony of Chthonic working, as the true archetype of Lilith is Sex and Death. In the philosophy of the Hebrew Kabbalah, Lilith corresponds ... More >>>
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Category 1:  Rituals and Rites
Category 2:  Thelema Magick
Category 3:  Devil and Satanic
Author:      Frater Annuit Coeptis
Format:      eBook
Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati. The Rite of Lilith being the mystical invocation of the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth by Joshua Jacob Seraphim (Frater Annuit Coeptis).

The Legend of Lilith evolves from diverse Religious and Metaphysical sources, appearing in the Alphabet of Ben Sira, the Zohar, and in the Epic of Gilgamesh. The Rite of Lilith is a Tantrik and Magickal Ceremony of Chthonic working, as the true archetype of Lilith is Sex and Death. In the philosophy of the Hebrew Kabbalah, Lilith corresponds to the daemon of Malkut in the Qlifot (the World of Shells, or husks). Pertaining to Kabbalah every world is a husk of the world above and below. The Qlifot are shells of the dead, and by conquering the fear of the Mystery of Death does the Initiate attain to the Vision of the Wrathful Maiden.

Lilith is embodied by metaphysical and mystical origins of diverse ancient cultures.

Adored and feared by mortals as the Sumerian Lilitu (also the Hand of Inanna), Babylonian Lamashtu (Daughter of Anu), Akkadian Ardatlili, the Hellenistic Hecate, or the Hindu Kali, it is black Lilith whom enshrouds over our eyes the Veil of Death. She is the personification of the Scarlet Woman in Liber AL vel Legis in whom "is all power given" (Liber Legis I:15). Lilith is the arcane archetype of sexual dominance and the fear of Death. A verse in Liber AL vel Legis spoken unto the Scribe by the Voice of Our Lady Nuit adeptly unveils the Spirit of the Rite of Lilith: "For one kiss wilt thou then be willing to give all, but whoso gives one particle of dust shall lose all in that hour." (Liber Legis I:61)