Books about Daimonosophy

Erbeth Transmissions is a deconstruction of some of the universes we live in." - Fritz Fredric "The absurdity of Robert Anton Wilson infused with the paranoia of Philip K. Dick and taunted with the vision of Wilhelm Reich." -- Ariel Jenway "A cosmo-demonic-space-opera-anthem for Generation X." -- Jarl Drakon Aeons ago, a cosmic race of beings stumbled upon a lonely planet that would one day be called Earth. Who were they? Angels? Demons? Reptilians? Mankind's benefactors? Or perhaps his oppressors? Where did intelligent life originate? Earth? The Moon? Mars? Or perhaps somewhere far beyond the boundaries of our Solar System? In the tradition of John Milton's Paradise Lost and Mark Twain's Letters from Earth; Erbeth Transmissions examines Man's apocryphal origins and extra-terrestrial connections, contrasting his evolutionary potential against his self-destructive nature and the despairing search for the meaning of his existence.

Are angels Ideal Models to be emulated? Is the purpose of man to become something greater than he already is? Can man be remade into an image of the divine? Do secret schools exist that teach the methods and philosophy for attaining this transformation? Daimonosophy addresses these and many other questions that strike to the core of what it means to be sentient. With strong ties to Gurdjieff, Reich, the Grimorum Verum and the Diabolocon, and mixed with powerful doses of futurism and psychedelic aesthetics, this work points the way to a deeper reality through both concepts and actions. Agree with the author or not, your view of the world will never be the same.