Essays on Aeonic Words
- Uncle Setnakt's Reading List
During his tenure as High Priest of Set, Don Webb wrote a number of introductory essays about the Temple of Set for the general public. They are presented here in their archived form:
- Why Should I Join the Temple of Set?
- On Life and its Sanctity
- How To Make Gold
- The Pylon System
- Concerning Divine Inspiration
- Belief in Set
- Interview with the Vampyres
- On Communication with Set
Hosted by Magister Robert Adams, KHPR's "The Voice of Darkness" program is a rapidly evolving podcast featuring exclusive interviews with prominent Setian authors and artists. You can also listen to recordings of key lectures from the annual Setians-only gathering known as Conclave.
Visit the site: KHPR
Dr. Aquino, founder of the Temple of Set, maintains a personal archive of two publicly available works, The Church of Satan history and The Temple of Set (the latter work is currently in draft form), as well as selected essays and works of fiction at this site.
Visit the site: Michael Aquino’s Public Index
Balanone's Temple of Set FAQ
This classic "Frequently Asked Questions" site was initially published to dispel some of the more absurd rumors and misunderstandings propagated by the Temple's detractors (and, on occasion, disgruntled ex-Setians). It gradually evolved into a privileged view of the Temple through the lens of one of its most senior and respected Masters. Fourteen years since its release, this site is still hailed for presenting basic aspects of the Temple of Set’s philosophy and practice to the public with candor and precision.
While this site is no longer actively updated, it remains online for those still seeking to mine its gems.
Visit the site: Balanone’s Temple of Set FAQ
The "Witch Hunt" Files
In the United States the 1960-70s CE generally represented a period of flourishing liberalism and freedom in personal affairs. It was in this political and social milieu that the Church of Satan proclaimed the birth of the Age of Satan and the Temple of Set emerged. The 1980s, however, heralded a sharp and surprising reversal of this climate as the most primitive, fundamentalist branches of Christianity gained converts and sought political power.
Employing tactics used over the centuries against freethinkers, heretics, and rival faiths, fundamentalists began to accuse "Satanism" of human & animal sacrifice, cannibalism, and the kidnapping/sexual abuse/murder of children. The hysteria thus stoked spread to several other countries, among them the United Kingdom, Italy, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and Germany.
By 1990 law enforcement personnel, journalists and other investigators realized all these terrifying claims were false. The links below document that awakening.
- The Lanning Report (1989)
- The Lanning Report (1992)
- Michelle Remembers: The Debunking of a Myth
- Skeptics Abound
Today sociologists identify "Satanic Ritual Abuse" as a moral panic, comparable to medieval Europe's church-sponsored witch-hunts and pogroms on the threshold of the Renaissance. For more information on the concept of moral panic, see Folk Devils and Moral Panics by Stanley Cohen as well as Moral panics: the social construction of deviance by Erich Goode and Nachman Ben-Yehuda.
Setian Authors & Publishing Houses
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Dr. Frederick Veldman
Author of the new comprehensive work on arithmosophy: Theurgy and Numbers
Don Webb teaches High School English in a reform school in rural Texas by day, Creative Writing for UCLA Extension by night. He has had a mystery series at St. Martin's Press, a series of books on contemporary and Late Antiquity magical practice from Runa Raven Press, and over 300 published short stories of SF/F/H. His work has been translated into 11 languages. Don has been writing Lovecraftian fiction for 25 years. He has Mythos stories and poems in Cthulhu's Reign, Weird Tales, Interzone, Eternal Lovecraft, Eldritch Tales, Crypt of Cthulhu and many other venues. He has upcoming Mythos stories in Dead But Dreaming II, Black Wings II, Welcome to the Greenhouse, Cthulhu 2012, and F&SF. He is a columnist for Dark Moon Digest.
A brief view of some of Don Webb's fiction at Zoran Rosko
Waning Moon Publications
Waning Moon Publications is a small bindery and publisher specializing in creating limited edition, hand-bound books pertaining to various occult and related subjects.
Visit the site: Waning Moon Publications
WulvzWerx - Sculptures by James Kirby
James Kirby: "I have lived my life as Art and been an artist over twenty years. My work has been shown in galleries all over Canada, the US and in public art galleries in the Yukon. The Permanent Art Collection of the Yukon houses one of my pieces as well. I specialize in hand crafted one of a kind magical talismans and sculpture. I make Magical jewelry almost exclusively."
Visit the site: WulvzWerx
Setian Musical Projects
Saundhaus was conceived in 1998 by Eric Kauschen as an outcropping of his work with his former company Metal Palace and personal research into the science of music as discussed by Greek philosophers Pythagoras and Nicomachus. The concept behind saundhaus is simply stated in its slogan: "The Art and Science of Music." Taking its cue from the Bauhaus movement, Saundhaus seeks to incorporate art and science along with hermetic philosophy and psychology. This bringing together of many realms of action, synthesis and remanifestation in the realm of music makes Saundhaus a unique concept.
Visit the site: Saundhaus Studios
Disclaimer: Regarding Blogs
The opinions expressed on the following websites are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily represent the official doctrines or policies of the Temple of Set. These are solely personal expressions and should be interpreted as such.
Public Blog of Mark Luskin, a Master of the Temple of the Temple of Set in the New York City area. In addition to his role as a Master of the Temple, he is also a Master of the Order of the Trapezoid, and an initiate of both the Order of Setne Khamuast and the Order of the Vampyre.
Visit the site: Mark Luskin's Blog
Dr. Frederick Veldman
Dr. Veldman's blog explores "the application of Numbers, as a method of Theurgy, from within a Left-hand Path approach."
Visit the site: Dr. Frederick Veldman