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NOXOBNIA Feminine Deities in Left Hand Path

NOXOBNIA Feminine Deities in Left Hand Path


Feminine Deities in Left Hand Path


NOX*OB*NIA emerges from the conjunction of the words NOX=Night, OB= indicating the essence of Lunar current, NIA = the secret gateway or womb which opens the gates to B universe.This Anthology examines in a deep way, the occult context from an Historical, antropological and personal gnosis through diverse essays the contemplation of the role of Femenine deities in traditional and contemporary praxis focused into Left Hand Path traditions. Its symbolism and methods of working through extended material from diverse authors congregating essays, poetry, images, rituals into an explorative path focused to chanelize the femenine lunar current. Through this grimoire the adept understand the concepts of divine initiation through the powerful archetypes of dark goddesses with the purpose to awaken the power within in order to open the gateways of the soul to the influx of lunar current veiled by Femenine deities in diverse magickal traditions.


"I Am The Serpent and Seed of the Forbidden Garden"




Triple Moon Goddess

Asenath Mason


Emme Ya Planet of Women 

Linda Falorio


Kurukulla: The Wrathful Queen of Uddiyana

Veronica Rivas


From the Inner Eggs, the Howling Darkness and the Black Water: Ruha as Multifaceted Goddess in Mandaean Cosmology

Abby Helasdottir


The Crucible of Seshat

Stephanie Connolly Reisner


Echoes from the Dream Forest

Lukasz Grochocki


Hel, the Þursian Queen of Death

Ljóssál Loðursson


Going to Callenish

Sean Woodward


Birth of A New Goddess

Bill Duvendack


The Poem to Peorð: Invocation to Hel

Thomas Karlsson


The Valkyrja:The Daughters of War

Asbjorn Torvol


The Kabbalistic Lilith

Humberto Maggi


Matter Carissima

J.A Perez


Xtabay,The goddess of the Hanged



Maman Brigitte: Vodou Goddess of The Dead

Edgar Kerval


Art from :

Amanda Macneil

Sarah-Jayne Farrer

Roberto Milusic Migliussi

Chris Undirheimar 



Strictly Limited to 111 copies, including colorful plates, 

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