The Book of Azazel has 51 ratings and 7 reviews: Published by Nephilim Press, pages, Hardcover. The Book of Azazel – E A Koetting. Uploaded by thezodiac .. friend and mentor Eric, otherwise known as E.A. Koetting, the au thor of this current work. “Eric?”. Find great deals for E a Koetting The Book of Azazel Black Magick Grimoire. EA Koetting / Book of Azazel The Grimoire of the Damned 1st ed Nephilim Press .
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Interestingly enough there is but 1 of Mr Koetting’s books on this site! Information has been distributed throughout the pages koettkng the book that is invisible to the human eye. It’s a method for establishing contact with objectively existing non-physical beings, and pseudoscientific theorising about a “subconscious” or “collective unconscious” as if this offered a more “rational” explication of the matter than the traditional belief in the reality of spirits smacks of irony.
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Do you Mr Balkan, condone Mr Koetting’s practice in ripping their work off? Mr Koetting is showing us that everything he does is purely about money. However we are as custmers, followers and in many cases, practitioners of magick are entitled to a better example from such people than that of underhand theft of the work of their peers.
I admit the whole thing looks rather sketchy. Was he simply a product of his day?
Chris Stokes rated it it was amazing Apr 18, Return to Book Page. Sheta November 14, at 1: If true, there is SO much we don’t know.
The Book of Azazel: The Grimoire of the Damned
Anonymous November 25, at 9: The descriptions here azazeel spirit communication match my experience as well. If magic teaches us anything it certainly teaches that nothing is as it appears to be. There is only one of his book up there, the least popular, a token effort to impossibly disguise his involvement – though this is now common knowledge among many practitioners as well as xoanon llewellyn and many others.
Posted by Boris Balkan at 8: You stated, “However we are as customers, followers and in many cases, practitioners of magick are entitled azzel a better example from such people than that of underhand theft of the work of their peers. Refresh and try again. Skilled magicians can create, exercise will, and improve themselves without doing it at the expense of others; in fact, they benefit others.
He presents his communication with Azazel in a particularly novel way: For example, various demons have titles like ‘Duke’, ‘Prince’ or ‘Knight’. Punchcardliquidsystems rated it really liked it Dec 19, No trivia or quizzes yet.
E a Koetting The Book of Azazel Black Magick Grimoire
To answer your central question regarding the theft of copyrighted material, for it appears I was unclear: Thus societal constructs and terms like ‘Archduke’ seem ridiculous to the modern mind when applied to the realm of spirit.
Koetting’s ‘Become a Living God’ website, but I was not aware of the more nefarious connections you mentioned. Authors and practitioners of this breed would certainly have little regard for something like a copyright law. My point questions the methods and funds though which said works were published.
Castiel Winchester February 15, at Easily Koetting’s best work, thought provoking and damnably diabolical. I do not consider the respectable authors you mentioned Messers Schulke, Huson and Rankine to be in this camp at all.
However my main point was not whether ripping off other’s work is bad or not — it is without question a shameful practice — but rather that I wanted to point out that there are occult writers zzazel believe otherwise or who simply do not koetging except when it comes to their works of course.
I have stated as much in past ae as you have pointed out. This brings up a good point: To ask other readers questions about The Book of Azazelplease sign up. Sheta November 25, at 4: It is not their work that I decry — far from it; it is the pseudo-Satanic pablum that is being passed off as occultism that draws my ire. I thought this line of thinking had gone out of kketting with Anton LaVey, but it appears to still be kicking.
In fact, unless their work is just for show, why should we expect anything less? Books of this sort usually encourage readers to claw their way to wealth and power with little regard for those they may step on along the way.