With the forthcoming book, Ashemaogha (Becoming Ahriman Volume 1), the completion of codifying the Persian aspect of Traditional Ahrimanism is coming to a close. This book will mostly be ideological with the expectations of a Traditional Ahrimanist. These expectations are taught through the story and wisdom of Demon King Zahhak aka Ahzi-Dahaka. Then the Ahrimani Prayers are revisited with two additional prayers added as well. Then we also get into the different religious and spiritual aspects of the Devil’s Yasna, which in include the four manthras and 17 Gathas aka Hymns. These are all pieces needed to worship the Devil, Angra Mainyu. At the end of the book, we look at both the Zoroastrian Hell (Dozak) and the Hindu Underworld (Naraka) along with Ahriman’s Sacred Chamber.
As we have seen the Gnostics bitching about our use of bodily fluids in the Yasna, and their gripe about us using Laveyan imagery. Other than a pedestal we use to place our chalice, I’m quite confused at their gripe that they couldn’t even discuss with rather than about us. Bottom line is, Menses Blood is the gift of corruption given to us by Ahriman through Jahi. In the Zoroastrian Yasna, they are constantly cleaning things with blessed water to keep the support of purification, and the Abhishek is the bath of milk poured on Shiva or the lingam is an act of devotion to clean the devotee of sin. To us, we are using the menses blood to corrupt our ritual and all aspects of it, and the bath for the idols is a devotional offering of our sins to the Daeva and our concupiscence to them for life essence. Our sins produced by evil though, word, and actions are our sacrifice to Ahriman is the Menses, Soma, and recitation of the Devil’s Yasna.
One of the Zoroastrian precepts that is brought over, is friendship with entities we worship. There is an exchange, our devotion for their protection and liberation. Together we work with them to expand our internal kingdom of sinister knowledge and external community into the world. We also must acknowledge the enemies that are and will try to stop our advance, and this is also addressed in the scripture of the Devil’s Yasna and the Wisdom of Zohok. Yes, Traditional Ahrimanism is a stand alone religion, that will become obvious in the second volume, but we must be reality based that the enemy does exist and standing at the gate of our Kingdom.
In closing, this is brief statement of the forthcoming book that was started in 2014. We gained much insight and knowledge of just how hard our struggle was going to be, and we have decided to pass along our wisdom combined with the Ancient Persian Wisdom of Evil, Ahzi-Dahaka. To be blunt, this a religious book with Ideology, Dogma, and methods of worship to be maintained through out the day. We recognize that majority of Satanism is atheistic and that the news media lumps us with Satanism, but its because we are new and so esoteric that they don’t know how else to bring that across. Over time we hope to have them use Devil Worship vs Satanism, but this is a struggle that we continue work with. Either way, this religion is not for many because it forces you to embrace your shadow self, develop apathy through detachment, and long lasting devotion; that devotion is a strength very few in this modern society lost to the “throw away” consumerism and expectation of the religious leaders to spoon feed their followers.
Erade pedar ghanune khoon khahi ast, alagheye akatasha be a’male anjam shode dar in donya baraye mainyu, ou ke kamyab shod era ghaza dahad pedari angra khahad dasht. Aya solte gary va ghodrat dary, ey Mainyu, Ghodrati sharoor va palid, Anchenan ke to ra tashvigh be anjam anche mikhaham bokonam, hatta hemayat kardan az yatus haye palidat? Ma varastegi ra kenar nahade’im, ham fereshtegan va ham ensanhara. bogzar to Da’eva ha palidihaye khaste shode va hamrahane no’e bashar, baraye sherart jalbe yatus shavand ke tavassote payambare Ahriman amuzesh dade shode’and, baraye fesade sharoore zehne shar, ta vejdan betavanad be tamayolatash beresad. Man do’a va nyayesh mikonam barayae manfa’ate sharr’e ghavanine marasem ke bayad khaste shaved va bashad ke angra mainyu in ra mohaghagh konad va afzayesh dahad in tamayol ra. palidi badtarin shararat ast, garche kamyabi niz hast, kamyab kasist ke ba palidye ashoobnak ast.
What the above is, the corrupted sacred formula used in the Devil’s Yasna to attain a reward that fits your desires directly to Ahriman Himself. English, Persian, and speaking Persian is provided. This what the Zoroastrians call a Manthra which is a reflection of Vedic Mantra. Here is how you appeal to the Devil for the reward of your Evil Thought, Evil Word, and Evil Action.
Persia Translation provided by the Great Persian Beast, Herbad.
The original concept behind the new book was to be a path in which the Wicked Yatus was to become like Ahzi-Dahaka. Upon through study of Ahzi-Dahaka and Tantra, the path work changed. Ahzi-Dahaka become a valuable lesson what was best for this evil path, and what was wrong for this path of evil. It became obvious that Ahzi-Dahaka was an evil example of a Guru to Tantra and was only guide leading us to the Agori Shivites. This then lead us to Sir John Woodroffe, the only English writting author who could explain Tantra with proper authority to do so. Here we find an indepth and detailed understanding of the Maha Nirvana aka the Great Liberation. Along with the other books used to explain everything before the Great Liberation.
Also through the Agori Shivites, Vashikan Mantras were brought into the equation. These are the Mantras of Attraction and Subjugation. So, along with Tantra practice to free one’s self from reincarnation cycle, we have a magical formula to attain our desires. This deep study has also shown me many aspects of Zoroastrianism and Catholicism that would never be understood without this knowledge. Through all this, many things have changed about the original concepts that started this path. It is no longer the way of Ahzi-Dahaka.
Traditional Ahrimanism is now moving toward becoming Ahriman, I am He. We also recognize the demonizing of the Tantra Pantheon by the Zoroastrians and have been able to reconstruct the Daeva vs Deva and Pairaka vs Devi in all these things. I also maintain the evil integrity of Ahriman and the Daeva through this way of worship and devotion. Mantras and forth have been altered, rewritten, and new ones created to maintain the ideals and principles of Traditional Ahrimanism. Thus corrupting and modernizing the religious practice to not only fit within the boundaries of Traditional Ahrimanism, also fit in a modern life style that lacks things needed for certain rituals.
As a Traditional Ahrimanist I seek to become both Ahriman and Naga Manasa as Shiva and Kali are sought in the cremation grounds. I will become one with Purusha through becoming one with Ahriam as Brahma is sought. I will corrupt my Buddhi, to allow Manasa to act as the Kundalini Serpent as Sakti does. I will corrupt my Chakra with my lower chakras which are connected to the plains of the Nether Realm as higher chakras are used to purify. I will descend into the Nether Realm through Kudalini to worship Ahriman directly because I know only a Daeva can worship a Daeva, for I am not druj like Ahzi-Dahaka.
While other folks are talking about Fravashis (holy guardian angels) because they are under funded by Thelema, they’ve over looked Old Zoroastrianism. In fact, their studies are merely surface and are plugged into opposing magical systems that have nothing to do with Zoroastrianism. Let’s examine a fine example of this. The creatures or monsters that predate druj are known as Khrafstar. Per the Old Avesta (pre Zend Avesta) the concept of druj had its roots in these out of time or spiritual mad monsters that plagued the Earth before mankind. Supposedly, these monsters could be tamed by a magician, then used to do their bidding. This is where the concept of Djinn and the Lesser Key of Solomon come from. Thus, the current debate is, was King Yima and Solomon the same figure?
Theses monsters, Khrafstars, are mad from the influence of death aka Ahriman. Once these animals consumed the dead or dead matter (Ahrimani matter) they became infected with the Devil’s maddness. This weakened these creatures to succume to disease easily. This is apart of how Zariz became a counter-created Pairaka. These animals were seen to be between both the Invisible Spirit and Material Worlds. The infected maddness was a sign or actually brought death, plague, and poison.
As Middle Zoroastiran evolved, so did the actions of the Ahuras and Daevas. The major switch that occures is the Spiritual becomes more of a war over influence of consciousness. That both God and the Devil interiorly and exteriorly influence the consciousness of each individual, thus requiring constant monitoring of thoughts, speech, and action. The Khrafstar gave way to becoming Druj or noxious creatures of the Earth that are under the influnce of Ahriman. The concept of Druj also expanded into sexual influence lot like a incuccubi or succubus. The Book of Proper and Impromper makes this down grade concrete in the religion.
Do these monsters, these khrafstars still have their evil influence? Of course they do, Christianity made sure to bring these animal forward with them, as animals in witchcraft and omens. I know you’ll recognize these guys and their connection to witchcraft. Middle Zoroastrianism was quite a great tool to write the Malleus Maleficarum. Check out Proper/Improper and make your own decision.
Flies/Maggots: house, carrion, fruit, disease spreading larva, mosquitoes, locust, lice and fleas. House flies feed on feces, open sores, sputum, and moist decaying matter (spoiled foods, eggs, and fruit.) These are symbols of death, disease, pestilence, and corruption.
Ants, termites; meaning carnage, death, and mortis. Omens of impending evil.
Worms, gnats, cockroaches, caterpillars, bugs were infestations of death or impending death.
Serpents (mortha) are murder, evil, deceit, and choas at the very essence of evil. Other reptiles are grouped here as well: snakes, crocodiles, alligators, lizards, worm lizards, turtles, and tortoises.
Amphibians, toads, frogs, newts, and salamanders are symbols of heresy, forgery, and unclean spirit.
Rats, mice, and othe infestation causing rodents, foxes and coyotes, are symbols of disease, avarice, greed, and defamed; destructive intelligence as well.
What does that mean to the Wicked Yatus? It should give some idea of what was considered evil and spiritual. You see most of these as omens even today, and most are even considered witches’ familiars. If the evolution is for the Invisible to influence our minds, how is this knowledge worth anything to us? Simple, they have now become symbols in our minds that speak directly to the subconscious. You see this in the Hindu God illistrations, animals being used as symbols.
The Daeva too can be seen with certain symbols during meditation. Its taking in these mental visions into spiritual selves and leaving impressions on our Jiva (spirit) that furthers us toward becoming a living embodiment of the Devil. The purpose here is to seek Moksa through corruption of our minds, consciousness, and spirit. Their specific meditative practices to attain this goal, but that is for another time…