Category: Witchcraft

Interview With An Ex-Vampire

Watch the first hour of Bill Schnoebelen's video:
Interview with an Ex Vampire: A True Story - Part 1

Vampires are REAL!

Forbidden Knowledge, Occult Rituals, Secret Priesthoods, Spells, Luciferian Initiation, Illuminism, Ceremonial Magick, Vampirism.

This was his world : Adept, Occultist, Satanic Priest, Black Magician, Vampire.

Lured into the occult with the quest for knowledge, this nine hour video chronicles the life of an adept in service to the darkest powers of planet earth until saved from a horrible fate.

Discover the preparation, initiation and the "bringing over" of the initiate into the world of true vampirism.

The other-worldly initiation by a being of immense power that claimed him for its own.

The reality of vampires and werewolves and the positions they hold in the dark world of the occult.

The secret priesthood that helped him survive.

The lust and hunger of the true vampire and how it destroys its victims.

And much, more more!

Containing secret, first-hand information that has never before been revealed to the public.

Get the Interview with an ExVampire DVD Here

The Occult Experience

A few days ago I posted the H.R. Giger segment from this film, The Occult Experience. Below you can watch The Occult Experience full length documentary in its entirety.

Watch the entire rare and obscure 1987 documentary video:
The Occult Experience

An examination of occultism as practiced in different parts of the world.

This is a good video for those that may or may not be somewhat interested in the occult. It touches up on several occultic religious such as Wiccan and Satanism and dismisses religious bias that the Christian church has thrown at the practice of the occult for so many centuries. I recognized a few of those that were interviewed such as Micheal Aquino and Anton Levay as guests put on such talk shows like Geraldo Ravera and Sally Jassy Raphael and remembered all the boo's that they received even before they began to explain themselves and their religion. If you watch this documentary with an open mind and remove the blinders that most of society has dished out, you may find that most occult religions are just.....misunderstood.


An Award Winning Documentary, June 30, 2004 Reviewer: A viewer The Occult Experience film was produced by Cinetel Productions Ltd in 1987, then later released on VHS in 1992 and approximate running time is 87 minutes. This rare, less than 10,000 copies made is an award-winning documentary that covers the subjects of Witchcraft and the Goddess Movement, Satanism, Shamanism, Christianity, Druidism and Egyptian ritual magick found across North America and Europe. In addition, this award-winning documentary also provides the viewer with an inside look into the Solitary practice as well as a look into Circles, Groves and Covens, each with its own spiritual customs through revealing interviews and filmed rituals by Z. Budapest, Alex Sanders, Janet & Stuart Farrar, Margot Adler, Selena Fox, Michael Aquino and Olivia Robertson to name just a few in a close up look into the various spiritual practices of old and new.


Cthulhu Mythos: Experiment 17

Lovecraftian fan-film about Nazis and Necronomicon. It tells a story of "Experiment 17" conducted in 1943. The movie - part dramatization, part "restored" German footage looks almost as real as it can. Some more cool stuff about the movie:

Experiment 17

This documentary won an award at the 2005 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, Oregon U.S.A.

Aleister Crowley: The Other Loch Ness Monster

In year 2000 BBC Scotland made a short documentaroy about Boleskine, Crowley's house on the banks on Loch Ness. The show was called The Other Loch Ness Monster, but the BBC have so far refused to show it outside of Scotland. Channel Four have filmed a more throughgoing documentary although broadcast has again been delayed due to editorial difficulties. Now you can watch the entire Aleister Crowley "mystical" thelemic documentary video entitled "The Other Loch Ness Monster" with appearance by Kenneth Anger.

Watch the Aleister Crowley video "The Other Loch Ness Monster"

Aleister Crowley was perhaps the most controversial and misunderstood personality to figure in the new era of modern day witchcraft. Known by the popular press of his time as “The Great Beast” and “The Wickedest Man in the World”, Crowley was a powerful magician, poet, prophet and famed occultist. He was also a one-time witch, though most of the elders of the craft would discredit him the title.

Crowley began to travel, mostly in the East studying Eastern Occult systems and 'Tantric Yoga'; he also studied 'Buddhism' and the 'I Ching'. Then for a time he lived in an isolated setting near to Loch Ness in Scotland. In 1903 he met and then married Rose Edith Kelly, sister of the well-known artist Sir Gerald Kelly. She bore him one child. While they where on holiday in Egypt the following year, April 1904, he and Rose took part in a magical ritual during which he alleges to have received a message from the God's. As a result of this communication he wrote down the first three chapters of his most famous book “Liber Legis, the Book of Law”. This book contains his oft-quoted dictum: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the Law, Love under Will”, upon which Crowley based the rest of his life and teachings. -

The Confessions of Aleister Crowley : An Autobiography
Magick: Liber Aba : Book 4 (Magick Bk. 4)
The Book of the Law/Liber Al Vel Legis

Secrets of Swedish Witch Hunt Revealed

A manuscript containing previously unpublished information about witch trials in northern Sweden has been discovered in a museum archive in northern Sweden.

A total of approximately 300 witches were killed in Sweden over the course of the 17th century. The witch trials were particularly fearsome in the Ã…ngermanland region.

The new pages discovered by Gullbro and the student include details of the trials and interviews with villagers in the area. The text is partially crossed out and its content is not yet known.

The archivist found the manuscript in a folder labelled “Sorcery and superstition, witches, witches’ rides and recipes”.

Read the full article by Paul O'Mahony here: