Glossary Of Luciferian Terms
From Michael W. Ford

Ahriman [Avestan/Pahlavi] – The Prince of Darkness
in Zoroastrian Religion. Ahriman is considered one
brother created by Zurvan and was the opposing force
to Ohura Mazda. Ahriman is also known as Angra
Mainyu, an older title derived from Angra Mainyu,
being the “evil” or averse spirit. Ahriman is a sorcerer
who achieved a means of immortality and power over
darkness and shadow. One who creates his desire in
flesh. In relation to the sorcerer or practitioner of
Yatuk-Dinoih, the individual seeks by developing their
own system of sorcery, to become like Ahriman, just as
did Akht-Jadu in the Zoroastrian tales. Ahriman is
called the Great Serpent or Dragon, whose spirit is a
shapeshifter and tester of flesh and mind. It was
considered in some Zoroastrian tales that Ahriman and
the Daevas, his angels, ecisted between the earth and
the fixed stars, which would be essentially of the
element Air (much like Lucifer his later identification).
In creation myths, Ahriman first saw light and sprang
into the air in the form of a great snake, that the
heavens were shattered as he brought darkness into

Ahrimanic Yoga – Achieving control and command
over the body. Each ArchDaeva is representative of
each Chakra and such are points of specific power in
the body. Ahrimanic Yoga represents disunion with the
universe, as opposed to union from a Buddhist view.
Akha [Avestan/Pahlavi] - Avestan, meaning evil. In the
context of Liber HVHI and Luciferian Witchcraft, it is a
term signifying the antinomian path.

Akho [Avestan/Pahlavi] – From the Avestan “akha”
meaning “evil”, Akho is mentioned in the Denkard as a
word representing a “current” of averse energy or evil,
through which one aligning their thoughts in
possessing spiritual independence, antinomianism and
self-deification one may reach into the spirit of
Ahriman. This supports the initatory foundation of the
Luciferian path itself – the Adept prepares to become
like the Adversary his or her self, based on their own
unique path.

Akht [Avestan/Pahlavi] – The Sorcerer who was the
embodiment of the Yatus, the demonic forces of
Ahriman. Akht-Jadu or Kabed-us-spae as he was
called was mentioned in Matigan-I Yosht-I Fryan.
Akhtya was the founder and member of the Yatus, a
coven of ‘demons’ and sorcerers who wandered
Persia, practicing and developing sorcery. The name
Akht itself means ‘evil’, ‘filth’ and ‘pestilence’, thus
relates to the initiatory nature of Akhti as a sorcerer of
the Adversary, by the darkness shall he come into
light. Akhtya or Azyta is thus considered a symbol of
the Zanda, which is an Apostle or Priest of Ahriman.

ALGOL – A word which derives from the Arabic Al
Ra’s al Ghul, Al-Ghul, or Ri’B al Ohill, which is
translated “The Demon’s Head”. Algol was in Hebrew
known as Rosh ha Shaitan, or “Satan’s Head”, as
some traditions have referred to Algol as the Head of
Lilith. The Chinese called Algol Tseih She, which is
“Piled up corpses” and was considered a violent,
dangerous star due to its changing vivid colors. On
some 17th century maps Algol was labeled, “The
Specter’s Head”. Algol upon some research has
indicated that possibility Three stars which are an
eclipsing binary, which may explain some of the rapid
color change. Some writers have connected Algol with
the Egyptian Khu, or spirit. The Khu is considered a
shadow spirit which feeds on other shades of the dead.
In reference to the writings and initiatory symbolism of
Michael W. Ford, ALGOL is the sigillized in one form
as a Chaos Star with an Averse Pentagram in the
center. The Pentagram refers to the Eye of Set,
timeless and divine, godlike and independent. The
Chaos Star is destruction, Change and power – all of
which emerges from the Eye of Shaitan, or Set. It is
this Chaos which then brings Order. ALGOL is the
mirror of the sorcerer, one who may enter and reside in
the pulsing eye of blackened flame.

Arezura [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Arezurahe griva (Arezura)
in the Bundahishin is called “a mount at the gate of
hell, whence the demons rush forth”. Arezura is the
gate to hell in the Alburz mountain range in present
day Iran. The North is traditionally the seat of Ahriman,
wherein the cold winds may blow forth. Arezura from
an initiatory perspective is the subconscious, the place
where sorcerers may gather and grow in their arts, by
encircling and manifesting their desire. M.N. Dallah
wrote in “The History of Zoroastrianism” concerning a
connection with demons holding mastery over the
earth, their ability to sink below the earth and that such
demons around the time of Zoroaster walked the earth
in human form. In the Denkard, it is described that one
who becomes a vessel for the “evil religion” becomes
physically an abode for “Unholy Demons” or Daevas.
One grows aligned to Arezura spiritually by practicing
with discipline the path of Daeva-yasna or Yatukih
sorcery. Arezur or Arzur is the name of an early Son of
Ahriman who killed the First man.

ASANA – Posture relating to the practice of Yoga. In
reference to the Luciferian Path, posture is anything
which is steady or consistent. There is no defined
posture in Ahrimanic Yoga, although there are

ASTOVIDAD [Avestan/Pahlavi] – The demon of
darkness who is utilized as a godform for the Vampyre
Magickian in terror or atavistic feeding rituals.
Astovidad is a demon of death, who has great powers
given to him by Ahriman. He is called the Evil Flyer.

AZ [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Called ‘Concupiscence’, Az is
represented as Primal Sexual Hunger, that which
eventually devours all things. Az is also related to
menstruation (The KISS of Ahriman causes
menstruation in women) and is a destroyer through
chaos. Az was connected with Sexual Hunger but also
religious doubt, which relates her to a Luciferian Spirit
who broke the chains of dogma by the Black Light, the
torch of self-perception of being. Az also represents
Lilith as the Goddess of the Beasts of the Earth, the
very mother of demons and sorcerous beings. Az was
said to be created in the Zurvan myth as a black
substance like Coal, which would devour all creation,
manifesting her as a vampyric being.

Azazel [Hebrew]– The First Angel who brought the
Black Flame of being to humanity. Azazel was the Lord
of Djinn and was said to be made of Fire in Islamic
lore. Azazel refused to bow before the clay of Adam,
saying that it was profane. He was cast from heaven to
earth and was indeed the first independent spirit, the
initiator of individual and antinomian thought. Azazel
was later related to the Watchers, the Hebrew Goat
Demon God and Shaitan. Azazel is a name of Lucifer,
who is the solar aspect of the Dragon, the Bringer of

Azhi [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Serpent, snake

Azhi Dahaka [Avestan/Pahlavi] – The son of Angra
Mainyu/Ahriman. Azhi Dahaka as the ‘Storm Fiend’
has six eyes, three heads and three pairs of fangs. In
human form, he was Zohak, an ancient
Babylonian/Scythian/Assyrian King or Shah, who
according to Zoroastrian mythology, was transformed
into the immortal storm fiend by a pact with Ahriman.
Azhi Dahaka is said to be filled with serpents,
scorpions, toads and other insects and reptiles.

AZOTHOZ – A sigillic word formula which represent
the Golden Dawn definition of the Beginning and End,
Alpha and Omega. Azothoz is a reversed form which is
a symbol and glyph of the Adversary, Shaitan/Set and
Lilith. This is a word which signifies self-initiation and
the power which is illuminated by the Black Flame

Bevarasp [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Myraid of Horses,
meaning also Ten Plagues on humanity. This is a
name of Azhi Dahaka or Zohak.

Black Flame – The Gift of Shaitan/Set, being
individual perception and deific consciousness. The
Black Flame or Black Light of Iblis is the gift of
individual awakening which separates the magician
from the natural universe, being an Antinomian gift of
Luciferian perception. The Black Flame is
strengthened by the initiation of the Black Adept, who
is able to balance a spiritual path with the physical
world. Black Magick – The practice of Antinomian and self focused
transformation, self-deification and the
obtainment of knowledge and wisdom. Black Magick in
itself does not denote harm or wrongdoing to others,
rather describes “black” as considered to the Arabic
root word FHM, charcoal, black and wisdom. Black is
thus the color of hidden knowledge. Magick is to
ascend and become, by Willed focus and direction.

Cain –The Antinomian nomad and Sorcerer who was
the spiritual offspring of Samael (the Black Dragon)
and Lilith (Red Dragon/the mother of demons) through
the body of Eve in Biblical lore. Cain was said to have
been the initiate of the Caul, and through his first step
on the Left Hand Path (Antinomian practice) he is the
initiator of the sorcerer and witch. Cain is also the
Black Smith who sparks the Black Flame in the mind of
the initiate. Tubal-Cain is the Baphometic Daemon
which is the enfleshed archetype of Azal’ucel, or
Lucifer/Samael, the Dragon and Peacock Angel.

Daeva [Avestan/Pahlavi] – demons, those who are
children of Ahriman and Az. Daeva also makes
reference to “Spirit” of Ahriman, those who have
walked the path of the serpent, i.e. antinomianism or
the left hand path.

Daeva Yasna [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Demon (Daeva)
Worship (Yasna), meaning the Yatukih path of
Satanism, that is; the separation from the natural
order, by the workings of rituals and discipline –
oriented mental/physical workings, becoming a body of
darkness and light, a Daeva who is continually
expanding consciousness and becoming something
new. The term does not reflect the theistic worship or
knee bending towards an exterior force, rather a Willed
direction of self-advancement by transformation.
Daeva represents a “mask” of power, specifically to
perceived energies.

Dregvant [Avestan/Pahlavi] – In historical Zoroastrian
lore, a person embodied with Druj, the spirit of
darkness. Druj is refered as both feminine and
masculine, thus is an initiatory term relating to the
foremost union of Ahriman and Az, the blackened
matter and fiery darkness of his bride. A Dregvant is a
Yatu or initiate of the Daeva-Yasna.

Druj [Avestan/Pahlavi] – “Lie” referring to demons,
feminine and masculine. The later derived term is
interestingly enough the old Persian “Draug”, meaning
also “Lie” and is held connected to “Serpent”, “Snake”
or “Dragon” (i.e. Worm). Druj is a title representing
antinomian power in a personage, a daeva in flesh.

Evil Eye – In the old Gathic writings, the Evil Eye is
considered a power of the Daeva and Druj, meaning
the power to cause death, oppression and sickness. In
a modern sense, the Evil Eye represents the window to
the Soul or Spirit itself, not merely as a negative but
equally so a positive. The Eye of the Yatu is the
commanding presence which is a form of spell casting,
to focus the Will itself on the desired goal, to achieve a
result. Many Daevas are directly related to the Evil
Eye, thus is as well a symbol of Ahriman.

Ghanamino [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Name of Ahriman or
Angra Mainyu, spelling from the Denkard. Occuring
also as Ganamino and Akundag (from Manichaean

HVHI – Reverse of IHVH, the name of God in
Cabalism. HVHI is the name of Samael and Lilith, the
Adversary – the very name of darkness manifest.
Jahi [Avestan/Pahlavi] – The companions/concubines
of the Yatu. An alternative spelling of Jeh.

Jeh [Avestan/Pahlavi] – A manifestation of the Whore,
AZ in Zoroastrian lore. Jeh is a consort of Ahriman, the
Sorcerous Daemon of shadow and darkness. It was
she who awoke Ahriman from his great slumber, that
which no other sorcerer, wizard, witch or demon could
do. Jeh-AZ is the sexual and inspiration drive which
causes movement, friction and change. Jeh and Az
represent predatory spirituality, the hunger for
continued existence.

Khrafstra [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Beast, representing a
dev (demon) on earth, Scorpion, wolf, fly, bat, serpent,
lizard, toad and any creation of Ahriman.
Left Hand Path – The Antinomian (against the current,
natural order) path which leads through self-deification
(godhood). LHP signifies that humanity has an intellect
which is separate from the natural order, thus in theory
and practice may move forward with seeking the
mastery of the spirits (referring to the elements of the
self) and controlled direction in a positive area of ones
own life – the difference between RHP is they seek
union with the universe, nirvana and bliss. The LHP
seeks disunion to grow in perception and being,
strength and the power of an awakened mind. The Left
Hand Path from the Sanskrit Vama Marga, meaning
‘Left Way’, symbolizes a path astray all others,
subjective only to itself. To truly walk upon the Left
Hand Path, one must strive to break all personal
taboos and gain knowledge and power from this
averse way, thus expand power accordingly.

Lilith [Hebrew]– The Goddess of Witchcraft, Magick
and Sorcery. Lilith was the first wife of Adam who
refused to be submission and joined with the shadows
and demonic spirits in the deserts. Lilith was also said
to be the spiritual mother of Cain by her mate, Samael
(Shaitan) the Dragon. Lilith appeared in Sumerian
times as a Goddess of the Beasts of the Wild, as well
as Sorcery and Night-fornication. Lilith was said to
have many forms, from beautiful women to half human
and the bottom half animal, to half woman and half
flame. Lilith is also the mother of demons and a
Vampyric spirit which is a primal manifestation of the
Zoroastrian and Manichaean AZ and Jeh. Lilith may
also be related to the Indian KALI, whose name is one
of Her 17 names.

Luciferian – A Luciferian is an individual who
recognizes the God/ess within. Luciferians do not
worship Satan but recognize there must be balance
between the material and spiritual, the darkness and
light. Luciferians view their own being as holding the
Black Flame of Lucifer – Samael and Lilith within, this
is intellect and wisdom. This is beyond good and evil,
the spirit has two aspects – the demonic (instinct,
desire) and angelic (intelligence, consciousness).
Luciferian Magick – Essentially close to the term,
Black Magick but specifically focuses on ascending in
a self-deified and isolated way in reference to Lucifer,
the bringer of Light. Luciferian Magick may in this term
make reference to seeking Light and darkness through
magickal development, not an abstract concept, but to
manifest the Will in both the spiritual and physical

Magick - To Ascend and Become. In a Luciferian
sense, Magick is to strengthen, develop and initiate the
self through balanced forms of Willed Change.

OVLM HQLIPVTh - Olahm Ha-Qliphoth [Hebrew] – the
world of matter in which we live in, created by the
desire of the Adversary being Samael and Lilith. The
elements of this book if found and utilized in the
context of its writing, displays possibilities via initiation
to encircle, control and manifest the desire of the

Paitisha/Paityara [Avestan/Pahlavi] – A daeva/druj
which is counteraction, antinomianism and opposition.
This spirit is a manifestation of the Luciferian current of
both Ahriman and Az, complimented/strengthed by
Aeshma or the result of the path, Heshem.

Predatory Spiritualism – The act of devouring
spiritual energy and making the Adept stronger from
ritual practice, the act of encircling spiritual energy
either symbolically or literally based on theistic or nontheistic
belief, once encircling the spirit or deific mask,
symbolically devouring and consuming the association
of the spirit into the self. May be attributed to the inner
practices of the Black Order of the Dragon. A ritual
published in Luciferian Witchcraft, The Ritual of Druj
Nasu is a vampiric or predatory rite utilizing ancient
Persian sorcery inversions and techniques of sorcery
for strengthening consciousness.

Qlippoth - As the Zohar attributes the Qlippoth as
being a result of the Separation from creation it seems
by mere definition that the Qlippoth is indeed inherent
of the concept of the Black Flame, or Gift of Samael.
Between two separate things, there is a concept of
Separation which essentially is the concept of ‘shells’
or ‘peels’ being the aspects the sorcerer must fill and in
turn devour in the process of becoming like Samael
and Lilith. The Qlippoth and Tree of Death (Da’ath) is
the pathway to becoming like the Adversary, as the
Tree of Life is the path to joining with God (becoming
one with).

Sabbat – The gathering and conclave of sorcerers.
There are in a conceptual sense, two types of Sabbats
– the Luciferian and the Infernal. The Infernal is a
bestial and earth-bound journey, similar to those
shown in woodcuts and gathering points. The Infernal
Sabbat is sometimes sexual, where the sorcerer may
shape shift and communicate with their familiars and
spirits. The Luciferian Sabbat is a solar and air
phenomena based in dreaming, floating in air and
having sensations of a warm heat similar to sitting out
in the sun. The Luciferian Sabbat is a strengthening
and development of the Body of Light, the astral
double of the Adept.

Sabbatic – A term which is related as the knowledge
of the secret gathering, the Sabbat. This is a focus of
inspired teaching based on magickal development via
dreaming and astral projection. The Sabbat is the
gathering of sorcerers in dreaming flesh, when the
body is shed for the psyche which is able to go forth in
whatever form it desires. The witch or sorcerer who is
able to attend the Sabbat has already freed the mind
through a process of Antinomian magical practice, thus
enforcing and strengthening the imagination as a
visualization tool, similar to divination and ‘sight’ with

Shades – Spirits of the Dead, ghosts and phantoms
which walks in the astral plane. These spirits may
represent in some cases the body of the sorcerer in
the plane of the dead, a world separate in some areas
from our own living perception. In evocation and
necromantical practice, the shades are brought around
and closer to the world of the living.

Sorcery – The art of encircling energy and power of
self, by means of self -fascination (inspiration through
the imagination). Sorcery is a willed controlling of
energies of a magical current, which is responsive
through the Will and Belief of the sorcerer. While
sorcery is the encircling or ensorcerling of power
around the self, Magick is the Willed change of ones
objective universe.

Staota [Avestan/Pahlavi] – A Vibration which could
cause death or some change, that which would
encircle the one sounding the Staota in self-focused
energy. A Staota is used historically in the mythological
tale, The Matigan-I Yosht-I Fryan. A Sorcerous
technique presented in the Second Edition of YATUK

Tiamat [Assyrian] – Generative concept from which all
emerged from. Tiamat is a feminine dragon principle
whose brood were half insect, beast or serpent. Tiamat
is viewed as the vampire goddess in the Luciferian

Tishin [Avestan/Pahlavi] – A demon of thirst or
vampyric/luciferian druj, serpent and daemon. Tishin is
related to the concept of desire for continued
existience, thus immortality and separation of the self
from the objective world. This concept is within the
gnosis of Predatory Spirituality and relates the
Luciferian to seek to expand the mind by initiation, to
manifest his/her desire on earth.

Vampirism/Vampyrism – The act of consuming Chi or
Anghuya in a ritualized setting. Life or energy force is
found in all things, the sorcerer practicing vampirism
would encircle and consume to grow stronger with this
energy. Practitioners of Vampirism DO create their
own Chi but also use Chi absorbed or drained from
other sources to manipulate the shadow by dream and
ritual, growing stronger. The Eye is both a symbol of
vampirism and Luciferian practice, predatory
spirituality. Vampirism is based in the foundations of
early Egyptian texts and Charles Darwin theories of
natural selection. Not referring to the Religion of


Yatukih [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Term denoting relevance
of sorcery within Persian mythology. Directly relating to
the title of the practice of Ahrimanic/Satanic sorcery
and the practitioner in a modern sense. See “Yatuk

Yatuk Dinoih [Avestan/Pahlavi] – Witchcraft and
Sorcery. The development and practice of adversarial
and opposing sorcery to encircle the witch or wizard in
self-developed energy. The principle of Darkness and
the Deva/Druj (Demon) worship of this sect was in
seeming model form, that by becoming as Darkness
they developed a Light within. See LUCIFERIAN

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Yatus [Avestan/Pahlavi] – A group of ‘demons’ or
sorcerers who practice Yatukih sorcery and Daeva-
Yasna. The Yatus were led by Akht-Jadu, Akhtya.
They were also considered nomads in nature,
wandering through all parts of Persia practicing their
religion. This term has no considerations to the
Zoroastrian religion, while the modern and separate
practices described in Liber HVHI and parts of
Luciferian Witchcraft are manifestations of a new type
of interpretation of the practice of Daeva-Yasna.

Yezidi [Kurdish]– Considered ‘devil worshippers’ by
outsiders, the Yezidi are those who are dedicated to
Malak Tauus, the Peacock Angel, also called Shaitan
or Lucifer. In the MESHAF RESH, the Black Book,
Azazel is the first angel, created before any other. He
is considered most beautiful and is the one who
teaches and enlightens humanity. In the areas of Yatuk
Dinoih, Sabbatic and Luciferian Sorcery,
transformation occurs by the embrace and becoming
of the opposing force, or adversarial (antinomian)
ideas within the self. The initiate moves through the
magical current to strengthen his or her own being. In
a modern context, Malak (Angel) Tauus (Peacock) is
the symbol of solar enlightenment, wisdom and
beautiful developed being.

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