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BLK Lecture Series - Michael Bertiaux on the Ophidian Shiva-Set-Saturn

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Published on Oct 31, 2017

This iconic image first appeared in Kenneth Grant’s Cults of the Shadow (1975). Although presented in black and white, it still managed to inspire readers in contemplating this image’s connection to the Typhonian Tradition. Fulgur Limited later photographed this work in full-colour. This new capture was presented with the artist’s title, “The Black Snake ‘Guede – Nibbho’”, in Starfire Publishing’s enhanced edition of Cults of the Shadow in 2013. It was later used to illustrate a biographical article centered on Bertiaux’s art in Abraxas Journal Issue #5 in 2014. Most recently, this image was displayed in a (very) large format -with explanatory text- in Bertiaux’s magnum opus, Ontological Graffiti. There is quite a bit going on in this video. I can’t even begin to describe it. But I try, because the likes of ultima fule and J-me Davies actually read these things. Bless you both. This painting currently resides in the Black Lotus Kult’s Sanctum Sanctorum, where it is used in certain ritual dance-performances.


For more information, see - fulgur.co.uk/books/michael-bertiaux/ontological-graffiti www.facebook.com/BertiauxArt blacklotuskult.com

"Everywhere in the Gnostic Continuum, ‘mind’ is active. The Hyde Park Lodge was able to tap into extra-dimensional, transcendental mind-forms, and develop methods to understand and make use of inner-plane communications. Ontological Graffiti details the work which allowed this ability, and serves as a magical record of a group of seekers discovering Gnostic and Vudu pathways and making use of the tremendous energy and knowledge gained from traveling them." -Bertiaux speaking about Ontological Graffiti

The Black Lotus Kult Lecture Series is a project of the NU BLK Lodge.

BLK's Badge Design by Hagen von Tulien.

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