Approaching Lilith

The following article is the second of a two part series I penned on the dark goddess Lilith for Spiral Nature, seen by many as the premiere outlet for occulture in the digital age, which went live in September 2018. Approaching Lilith was presented for subscribers only, while the much more general prequel Understanding Lilith … Continue reading Approaching Lilith

My Dark Muse

Of all the unusual subcultures currently coalescing on the internet today, the tulpamancers are one of the most intriguing from a mainstream occult standpoint. These experimental psychonauts create internalised thought forms from narrative and fantasy, ultimately sharing psyches with another slowly developing but synthetic soul distinct from their own. Yet those chaotes who regularly work … Continue reading My Dark Muse

Abyssal Condition

Among the many misquoted concepts that Crowley has given us, crossing the abyss has to be the most interesting. Much has been written about this complex and in many ways difficult to definitively describe process whereby the occultist literally unmakes themselves. The ego is dissolved as the hidden Sephira, Da’ath, is accessed, allowing them to become … Continue reading Abyssal Condition

Year One

The Vulpine Blog turns one year old this week. While my online portfolio was actually registered a few months earlier, it was twelve months tomorrow that I posted the first of these shorter and more conversational entries. Fifty-two blogs have thus been uploaded, ignoring the irregular reposts of my externally published work, making this number … Continue reading Year One