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Blessed Be The Most Unholy Holidays

▲ Devilist Celebrations: The desire to celebrate at religious festivals is obviously built into the conscious psyche; celebrate is an act to thank your existence, an act of expression of personal and collective creativity, synergy, hapiness and joy. A magickal act of love; love for the ones who deserve to be loved. A celebration is to connect and project, to align your spirit with the planetary and astral potencies; it is a claim of life, of existence itself. 
Devilism is a personal spiritual movement but it has multple feasts to connect with the others, with the elements, with the tantric experience, and to enjoy finally your materialization, experiencing them enriches your personal and unique perspective and brings gnosis; living these events, performing the sacred traditions you will find more of your true self being liberated.
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Devilist Holidays are or fall on the same days as the Wiccan holidays or other traditional holidays like the pagan or Satanic traditions, but there are other dates or complements that has been added or expanded -thanks to the daemonic knowledge and guidance or other traditions like the different eastern paths- to build the perfect calendar of sacred events. These holidays tend to combine the higher aspects with the primal ones, merging both sides of the adept and provoking their necessary balance that a superior god has to have.

Here are compiled a series of Devilist festivals, celebrations and traditions that include the worship and/or honor of their involved deities or spirits.
Have fun, and don´t forget to let go yourself!

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The Wheel Of The Year: The 8 Major Divisions

▲ About The Wheel Of The Year: Many contemporary Pagan traditions, such as Wicca and Druidry, divide the year into 8 equal pie pieces known as the Wheel Of The Year. The Wheel follows the agricultural cycle which is acknowledged both directly and as a metaphor for the process of self-improvement and spiritual growth. (Mind that agriculture is consequently guided by planetary events.)
In this time of ecological and environmental crises, practitioners of grounded spirituality can move towards deeper interconnection and bring the Wheel of the Year with them.

▼ Where Did The Wheel Come From?:

Each section of the year begins with a holiday or festival called a Major Sabbat (or Major Sabbath). 4, known as the quarters, are tied to the solar cycle – 2 equinoxes and 2 solstices. In Wicca as in Devilism, they are called: Yule, Ostara, Litha, and Mabon. The others, known as the cross-quarter days, fill in between them. They are Samhain, Imbolc (or Imbolic), Beltane, and Lughnasadh (or Lughnasa). A Total of 8 Major divisions of the year.


The Wheel Of The Year

The celebration of each of the Major Sabbaths is a modern take on an ancient Pagan festival. They are tied to Christian feast days, likely due to “borrowing” which occurred between the faiths, first to conquer and then to reclaim.

Ostara (Ishtar/Astarte/Innanna), for example, is the spring equinox and celebrates the birth of bunnies, chicks, lambs, and other animal babies, as well as the sprouting of seeds.

▼ The Wheel And Personal Growth:

Disconnected from the agricultural cycle by location or vocation, Pagans have considered the Wheel Of The Year a metaphor for personal growth. What we plant and harvest may be relationships, business ventures, or art.

For those who let the squirrels eat their eggplants again, the Wheel simply reminds us to put the magick of intention and gratitude behind whatever we want to manifest over the year.

There is value in practices that encourage gratitude and bridge us to our ancestors. But there is also value in changing and growing our traditions to address the needs of the day.

In our current state of environmental devastation, climate manipulation, and mass extinction, are our human- and Euro-centric celebrations of planting and harvesting, whether actual or metaphoric, sufficient to address a deeper ecological awareness that is needed?

(*Note: Click here to read our whole article about The Wheel Of The Year).

▲ Devilist Beginning Of The Year: Note that the Devilist Year begins according to the Pagan tradition at All Hallows Eve: October 31 to 1 November 1. Although we love the figure of Julius Caesar, his invention to begin the counting of the year on January is simply our of cycle and provokes time dislocation, disconneting the individuals from the stationary cycle.

▲ Devilist Years: Note The Devilists understands and are able to work in the the different years patterns used by each society. (European-American, the Islamic, The Asians...) The Devilist is informed of the different social perceptions of the year cycle in pro of the interaction that they may have with the "outside" individuals (or No-Devilists), but the Devilist counting of the year does not mark the birth of any prophet, it marks the new age of Apocalipse (Truth Revealed), So, 2022 is the first Year 1 Of The Apocalipse, 2023 Year 2 and so on. (The Apocalipse cycle exactly started the 1 November of 2021 but was announced during the first months of 2022).

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▲ Devilist Celebrations: Álfablót: Winter-nights is the first celebration that happens during the Norse or Norrøn winter, culture-wide. Like many of the Winter celebrations, it is one of coming together as a community and boosting the morale of everyone to aid in the survival of winter.

Winter Nights or Old Norse vetrnætr was a specific time of year in medieval Scandinavia. According to Zoega's Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic, vetr-nætr referred to "the three days which begin the winter season". The term is attested in the narrative of some of the Fornaldarsögur, mostly to express passage of time ("as autumn turned into winter"). This is one of the 3 rarely dates where a strong personal sacrifice is prescribed (the woman of the house will offer her blood), specifically 3 great sacrifices of the year are prescribed:

"Þá skyldi blóta í móti vetri til árs, en at miðjum vetri blóta til gróðrar, hit þriðja at sumri, þat var sigrblót."

"There should be a sacrifice at the beginning of winter for a good year, and in the middle of winter for a good crop, the third in summer day, that was the sacrifice for victory."

Here, the amount of blood is relevant as well as the personal energy and emotion released into the magickal operation.

Specific sacrifices held at the beginning of winter during the Old Norse period were Álfablót and Dísablót. Of these, Dísablót came to be a public sacrifice, performed by the highest Initiates, high ranked individuals or Masters. By contrast, Álfablót is a sacrifice held at each homestead separately for the local spirits, under the explicit exclusion of any strangers.

Álfablót means "Elf blood" or "Elven Sacrifice", being the first sacrifice of the year, dedicated to the elves, whose magick was believed to be close to our ancestors. The celebration is local, and outsiders were rarely, if ever, permitted. The sacrifice is performed by "the lady of the house" or "the woman" of the home for their circle and ancestors and the Nords long deceased spirits and Immortals (Ascended Spirits).

The elven elementals´magick had influence over not just the ancestors and diceased spirits but the very life force of the circle.

And attempting to get close to these magicks and pay them respects would protect and even empower your family.


1 - Winter Nights/Vetrnaetr/Alfablot

Norse first day of winter

5 - Days of Wolves

Rodnovery celebration of the Cult of the Ancestors.

11 - Dajbog

Rodnovery God - first ancestor of all the Slavic people in the world


Navajo Night chant

The Navajo Night Chant also referred to as the Yeibicheii Ceremony, is a healing ceremony that happens in late fall or early winter and extends for nine nights.


The Greek Goddess Hecate/Hekate of crossroads, death often seen with her sacred dogs.


Egyptian Goddess of war and healing. A powerful woman.

Saturnus - December's Rebirth

December is the traditional period of the Horned God as a symbol of misrule, chaos and order rising in a period of rebirth. Saturn, the god of time and beginnings manifests as the Horned God via the Saturnalia. The old Roman holiday of celebrating the god of misrule has some origins in Baal Hammon, Baal Hadad and the witches cult of the horned god. The god Saturn, deity of seed and sowing, was honored December 17th in the Julian Calendar. This celebration lasts for the period of 7 days, lasting until December 23rd. 

Traditional offerings are intended to celebrate the balance between chaos and order, death and rebirth with a focus on the forthcoming New Year and the potential of the individual and family. Offerings include incense, libations (poured to the gods upon the earth) and invocations.




▲ Devilist Celebrations: Bahartaz: Nothing better than start what the normies consider the new year resting, chilling and relaxing; the lazyness is a such a comforting sin.
Beelphegor teach us how to take time for ourselves is key to success; burn our ourseves equals to low quality actions. He connects with the businessman archetype and the intelligence behind the "doing less to get the same or even better results", the smarter ways.
This is also a day to dream, make plans and imagine the future. ​
Even that Beephegor is one of the main rulers of the month of April, this day is blaphesmously dedicated to Him (and the night to Lilith).

Additionaly this day is the Anti-Motherhood Day, representing the free will to abort and have sex just for pleasure. Anticonceptives are glorified.
Lustful fornication and entertainment are basics, work and tasks at the minimum. Time to indulge, rest and recover, to begin the next year for real.
Other names honored during this day are: Janus (Roman human deified), Belial (Daemonic Main Ruler of January); secondly: Satan, Lucifer, Leviathan, Lilith.



▲ Devilist Celebrations: LupercaliaCelebration of bodily autonomy, sexual liberation, and reproduction

Based on the Roman festival of the same name, Lupercalia falls on February 15. In keeping with the ancient tradition, February 13th and 14th are observed as feast days leading up to the actual holiday. What we are translating this to a "hail yourself" day. Time to release the beast.





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The Month of Coming Forth...Baal Hadad--March

For Luciferians, the ancient "Month of Coming Forth" is not the celebration of rains and earth fertility; rather it is the focus and celebration of inner renewal and the focus of creativity in life. Baal, the ancient Canaanite Deific Mask who rises from the Underworld to usher forth Spring, was highly revered in Syria and Northern Mesopotamia. This period is one to focus on life emerging from death, fertility from decay as we can recognize in nature itself.


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Occasion honoring those who fell victim to superstition and pseudoscience, whether by witch hunt, Satanic panic, or other injustices

In Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust: a Tragedy (1808), Mephisto and Faust attend the Walpurgisnacht revelry atop Mount Brocken. TST's Hexenacht is a solemn holiday to honor those who were victimized by superstition.

Occasion honoring those who fell victim to superstition and pseudoscience, whether by witch hunt, Satanic panic, or other injustices

In Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust: a Tragedy (1808), Mephisto and Faust attend the Walpurgisnacht revelry atop Mount Brocken. TST's Hexenacht is a solemn holiday to honor those who were victimized by superstition.

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Announcement Day

Celebration of religious plurality and shedding archaic superstition

A centerpiece of our religious movement and icon of true Satanism, the "respect for diversity and religious minorities" in mind. On xx  unveiled Baphomet to a large crowd of devotees , signaling the beginning of the new Satanic era. We observe this milestone in Satanic history by celebrating Announcement Day.

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Holiday to celebrate indulgence and embrace the darkness and its aesthetic

Halloween is consistently described as evil, demonic, and satanic by those steeped in religious dogma. Costumes, candy, and facing fears are to be embraced.

Halloween, October 31, is the Fall climax and may be celebrated as a time when one's inner-self might be explored through the use of a costume, or one might recall those of importance in one's life who have died - as was done on that night in European tradition.

Is Halloween important to Satanists?

We see this holiday as the night when the mundane folk try to reach down inside and touch the “darkness” which for Satanists is a daily mode of existence. Particularly in the United States, Halloween is a time for celebrating monster films, wearing costumes of a macabre nature, and evoking the thrill of “fun fear.” Children (of all ages) can indulge their fantasies by donning costumes that allow for intense role-playing and the release of their “demonic cores,” the parts of their personalities often hidden from their friends, co-workers and families.

Though there are traditions making this an occasion for recalling the dead, it has been popularized as a time to play with what historically were fears directed towards what were thought to be unquiet spirits of the departed. And the grand traditional question “Trick or treat?” has become a means for fulfilling an indulgence in sweets, without the need to resort to the optional coercion.

Satanists embrace what this holiday has become, and do not feel the need to be tied to ancient practices. This night, we smile at the amateur explorers of their own inner darkness, for we know that they enjoy their brief dip into the pool of the “shadow world.” We encourage their tenebrous fantasies, the candied indulgence, and the wide-ranging evocation of our aesthetics (while tolerating some of the chintzy versions), even if it is but once a year. For the rest of the time, when those not of our meta-tribe shake their heads in wonder at us, we can point out that they may find some understanding by examining their own All Hallows Eve doings, but we generally find it simpler to just say: “Think of the Addams Family and you'll begin to see what we're about.”

1 November

All Saints or The Day Of The Dead

Necromancy, Murmur, Santa Muerte, Hekate, Sabnock, Bune, etc



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Sol Invictus

Celebration of being unconquered by superstition and consistent in the pursuit and sharing of knowledge

The cult of Sol existed within Rome since its early days as a republic, and Invictus was an epithet used for Jupiter, Mars, and Apollo (among others). The festival celebrated these gods and may have also been used to celebrate the winter solstice.

The Christians stole this holiday from the pagans—Santa Claus has come to signify indulgence, and he is a combination of Dionysos and Silenus from Roman and Greek myths (the Romans celebrated the orgiastic Saturnalia at this time).

The Nazarene has little place in the general public’s celebrations of this season, which were meant by pagans to be celebrations of abundance during a season of cold and emptiness.

So for the Yule holiday season we enjoy the richness of life and the company of people whom we cherish, as we will often be the only ones who know where the traditions really came from!

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It was the Yuletide, that men call Christmas though they know in their hearts it is older than Bethlehem and Babylon, older than Memphis and mankind. It was the Yuletide, and I had come at last to the ancient sea town where my people had dwelt and kept festival in the elder time when festival was forbidden; where also they had commanded their sons to keep festival once every century, that the memory of primal secrets might not be forgotten.

To all Satanists—keep Festival this night of nights, and the primal secrets shall never be forgotten, for this holiday has belonged to our kind from time immemorial.

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Month of the Feast of Kamis (Chemosh)


The ancient deities of Mesopotamia and Syria have a long history of succession and assimilation into the various Deific Masks they wear. Chemosh, the Moabite war and morning star god as presented in "Dragon of the Two Flames" has earliest origins in the Eblaite pantheon (Northern Syria) as being a power over the scorching winds and heat. The Eblaite calendar honors this god with the 12th month (August-September) as being "Month of the Feast of Kamis" or "Month of the Sacrifice to the God Kamis", reflecting the agricultural calendar and the period of extreme heat in late summer and early fall.

The god Kamis, known as Chemosh, had Underworld associations. As the Middle-Assyrian Ka-am-mus (an epithet of Nergal which identifies Chemosh as a form of Nergal), the Deific Mask ruled over the Underworld and the etemmu or ghosts of the dead. Kamasu, the very meaning of the word means 'to kneel down in submission' as well as 'prepare for burial'. The Ugaritic (Canaanite) go Zizzu-wa-Kamatu was honored as an underworld deity as well. 'Kemosh of the Dust and Darkness' (Zizzu-wa-Kamatu) is associated with the popular conception of the Mesopotamian Underworld being filled with dust and the Etemmu (Ghosts) having the clothing of bird-wings (associated with the black bird and raven). As the Levant god Chemosh, his role as Chthonic deity "Baal of Peor" (later Belphegor) was a fertility underworld god akin to Baal-Hadad (from his dying and rising role in the Ugaritic cycle) and Melkart of Tyre. Moloch was also an underworld deity whose cult was honoring the dead. 

Dagan, the Northern Syrian and Mesopotamian god of winds also known as "Dagan Bel Pagre" (Dagan Lord of Corpses) and "Dagan of the Pit" was also a deity of the cult of honoring the dead with libations and incense (including food offerings and blood as well). In the ancient city of Mari Dagan had the month of August dedicated to his cult.

To properly celebrate August-September in a modern Luciferian traditional sense, the first associations must be made.

1. Earth-Fertility and fertility of the mind-body-spirit are associated with the Chthonic, the place of serpents and the underworld.

2. Developing psychic or astral connections with the shades of the dead for the purpose of insight and divination.

3. Offering incense and libations to Chemosh, Dagan and Moloch is to honor the traits and potential of self-excellence observed in the dead and your future. Knowing your strengths, desires and instincts to manifesting via magick creates a foundation of wisdom and power which reaches from the darkness to the heights of the empyrean (heavens). In short, begin with Chemosh/Moloch/Dagan (as underworld power) and rise up as Ashtar-Chemosh (Morning Star).

For further reading, "Dragon of the Two Flames". 

Astarte, Ishtar, Inanna & Isis


Astarte, Ashtoreth, Inanna & Isis

Ishtar (pronounced both 'easter' and 'ishtar') is the goddess of both war (called 'Lady of Battle' by the Assyrians) and love in the ancient near east. There are several manifestations of Astarte/Ishtar in the Syria and Mesopotamia temples: Asherah is the mother goddess (wife of El) in the Canaanite pantheon, Anat was a youthful war-goddess; Ashtoreth was a goddess of love and lust. In Mesopotamia Inanna (Ishtar) presided over war and love, protecting and joyfully destroying the enemies of the lands.

In the old northern Mesopotamian calendars, April/May was known as "Month of the Feast of Astarte" who honors life, passion and the conquering spirit; including the fertility of the land, Astarte is a balanced deity holding great power in symbolism concerning the left hand path.

"The Agushaya Poem invokes and praises Ishtar as the personification of war. The association of Lilith and Ishtar is first by the spelling of the planet, Venus, Dilbat, known as a name of Lilith in numerous Aramaic Incantation Bowls." - from SEBITTI by Michael W. Ford

Isis, the Egyptian goddess is equally a strong deity associated with fertility, love, magick and when needed warfare.


Eat, Drink, Laugh, Dance, Enjoy, Sin, Have Fun, Hurry! Hurry! Let´s Celebrate!

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Azazel and the Practice of Magick

Azazel, to Luciferians it is not only a name of strength, power and wisdom, yet also an ancient  Demonic-god and spirit of Deific power. Azazel is the bearer of the Black Flame, the divine consciousness of humanity. Azazel originally developed in Hebrew texts as a fallen angel/demon which goats were offered to as a part of their religion. In later Judeo-Christian writings and Hebrew Azazel became a strong representation of the Satanic spirit. Both ‘Asa’el’ and ‘Zazel’ are alternate spellings of ‘Azazel’. Azazel in Ethiopic, Greek and Slavonic texts make reference that Azazel's (Satanail) heritage is ‘with the Stars’ (heavens) and ‘of the Clouds’.In the ancient Canaanite pantheon, the god of death, Mot, was known as "The son of 'Ilu, Motu...The beloved of 'Ilu, the Hero, was terrified." Mot was the son of El who was King of the Underworld and a great warrior with his brother, Yam-Nahar (Leviathan), the god of the Sea. One may refer to Michael W. Ford's "Dragon of the Two Flames" to read about the history of the demon and his methods of invocation today.

Hayim Tawil explains in “Azazel the Prince of the Steepe” that Azazel is an epithet (cultic title) of the God of Death, the Canaanite Mot and that the 2nd Temple Period Judaic religion in complete assimilation of the Ugaritic (Canaanite) origins fulfilled the pantheon-demonization of the Deific Masks; Azazel no doubt had other Deific Masks assimilated from surrounding pantheons however Mot is a strong presence.
The Steepe is the wild an uninhabited ruins and desert lands of which the Goat-Demon Azazel is attributed to; the Canaanite God Mot as presented is also a god of the desert lands of which his powers reign. As we know, demonic-gods such as Mot who play a thankless role in nature and human life were demoted from a divine state to then the lesser power as demons. As Yahweh was to have the ‘all power, one god’ rule no others could be allowed to be in this council.
Tawil translates the name of Azazel as meaning ‘a fierce god’ and that the spelling of the name with Mot ‘MT’ was written to conceal the demonic nature of this ancient god. The combination Tawil makes is that ‘Mot is fierce’ (an epithet used) creates the Demon who is Mot. In the Hebrew Bible ‘mwt’ is also associated with the ‘Angel of Death’, the ‘Mawet’ who is in Aramaic bowl sorcery as the death-demon. The Neo-Assyrian ‘Ab-di-a-zu-zi’ and the Phoenician ‘bd ‘azz’ are theophoric personal names of which ‘el’ represent divinity (El being the Canaanite word for ‘a god’). - From "Dragon of the Two Flames" by Michael W. Ford

Azazel represents the divine consciousness (sparked at the forge) by the skill of the Watcher-Demon and his balanced knowledge of both spiritual and carnal experience.

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