Masculous And Muliebral

Baphomet by Richard Moult

Masculous And Muliebral:
The Sinister Feminine And Homo Hubris

The Sinister Feminine And Homo Hubris

As apprehended by those who have ventured along the Seven Fold Way of the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) to at least the stage of Internal Adept, and by those who because of their physis feel the ‘sinisterly-numinous’ aesthetic, one of the fundamental problems of the modern Western Left Hand Path in general and of modern ‘Satanism’ in particular is that of Homo Hubris.

Image credit: Banais, by Richard Moult


The Sinisterly-Numinous Aesthetic

Baphomet by Richard Moult

The Sinisterly-Numinous Aesthetic

We present here version 1.03 of a collection (in pdf format) of some extracts from articles which deal with the sinister-numinous aesthetic of the Order of Nine Angles. As the extracts reveal, significant manifestations of this aesthetic occur in the Occult fiction of the Order of Nine Angles, that still rather neglected aspect of ONA Occult culture.

For their Occult fiction not only reveals and explains the unique sinister-numinous aesthetic of the O9A, but also provides:

“a different way into the complex O9A mythos; a way that many will find more interesting (and certainly more entertaining) than thousands of pages of sometimes polemical and sometimes ponderous O9A factual texts, and a way that especially places the O9A’s satanism into perspective, Aeonically and otherwise.”

Other manifestations of the aesthetic are O9A specific archetypes, The Art Of The Insight Role, and Sinister Chant.



° A Note Regarding The Sinister-Numinous Aesthetic Of The Order Of Nine Angles
° The Occult Fiction Of The Order of Nine Angles
° O9A Aural Tradition And The Deofel Quartet
° Appendix: Missing The Sinister Angles, Again

The Empress: New Tarot Image

We present here a new Tarot image (Atu III) by Richard Moult which forms part of his forthcoming Tarot pack titled Non Est Secundus Quia Unus Est.


In our opinion this Tarot image is the best occult rendering of Atu III that we have ever seen. A hi-resolution version of the image is available at:

The Aeonic Theory Of The Order Of Nine Angles

Joel-Hrafnsson Sinister Tarot Atu X

O9A Aeonic Theory


• Aeon: Etymology And Meaning
• O9A Aeonic Theory
• The Implications Of O9A Aeonic Theory
• The Vindex Mythos

Image credit: Joel-Hrafnsson Sinister Tarot Atu X



Baphomet by Richard Moult

Given discussions past, and recent, about the use by the O9A of the term Fayen, and given the misconceptions that persist about what the word means, here is a summary of its origin and meaning.

The word derives from Old Saxon, and signifies joy/rejoicing. Fayen is a variant spelling found in one medieval English manuscript, with other variants being fayn and faein. The word also appears – in reference to sacrifice, the shedding of blood – in another medieval English manuscript.

The variant fayn occurs in the MS known as the Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester dating from c. 1300 CE, a copy of which MS is in the Cotton Collection at the British Library.

So ‘year of fayen’ means ‘year of rejoicing’, with the first ‘year of rejoicing’ being 1889. Why? Because that dates the birth of the person who considered himself just the precursor of Vindex/Kalki and who thus, by his accomplishments (such as the Waffen SS), prepared the way for “the one against Time” and which “one against Time”, via the shedding of blood, by sacrifice, creates the new Imperium, who thus presences a new Aeon, and who bloodily avenges the defeat of 1945.

Hence why the term also invokes Baphomet – the Mistress of Sacrifice and Blood – who is, esoterically, the archetype of that new Aeon, with Vindex being Her mythological son or daughter.

Order of Nine Angles Esoteric Notes XLV

Order of Nine Angles


§ Mimesis And Sinister Sorcery
§ Anglicized Names In The Sinister Tradition
§ O9A Type Tactics In Ancient Ancestral Times?