The cosmologies and -gonies in the Qabalistic tradition are all expounded upon, as One of the best and most elucidating explorations of the Qliphoth, and I dare say the Qabalah. The cosmologies and -gonies in the Qabalistic tradition are all expounded upon, as well as a number of theodicies. This to me answered a lot of the questions I had concerning the Qabalah. This is exactly the case with the Qabalists who leave out the Qliphoth in their philosophizing on the system.
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When the idea to found it for the first time in your head appeared? Is it true? Can you say something about that association? As I said above I got the idea from a secret group of Swedish magicians. I got a lot of magical texts from them and their work was partly based upon the typhonian tradition and there interpretation of yezidism. They claimed that their founder was inititated in a yezidi circle in Kurdistan. Much of their concept reminds me of what you find in the writings of Kenneth Grant and I think they were inspired by him, although they made a lot of new interpretations and inventions.
I also recieved small but important magical things on a journey to Marocco in the days when Dragon Rouge was about to be founded, and one of our earliest members was a pupil to a american magician who gave us a lot of unique material about LHP Egyptian magic and dark Egyptian deities. Pl and for e-zine Rock4eveR both on 16th of September The dark esotericism, on the other hand, leads out towards primordial dragon entities such as Leviathan, Tehom or Tiamat, who existed long before the gods of light and who exist in the infinity beyond the divine light.
To the initiated adept on the Qliphotic path, the darkness of infinity is a hidden light, so infinitely brighter than the light of the gods that it is thus perceived as darkness.
Thomas Karlsson Qabalah Qliphoth And Goetic Magick
Qabalah, Qliphoth and Goetic Magic