Written as both a religious and political piece, this work shows the history and foundation of necromancy and demonology. Going back to ancient history, James VI is able to show from a Christian perspective why these arts are derived from dark, bleak sources and also what steps should be taken to persecute and eliminate it. ... [click here for more]
TERROR! SHOCK! HORROR ROCK!
Classic horror and punk rock meet the Cthulhu Mythos.
Someone, or something, wants Veronica's blood.
With the help of their friends the rare book collector occult wars mercenary and the masked luchador repoman bounty hunter bouncer, Veronica and her bandmates in the Horribly Wrongs horror rock band must take the ultimate road trip to Hell from their home... [click here for more]
On the world of Grimaton, turning nineteen is more than just a rite of passage into adulthood. When the two moons cross, it can also change your life forever. As awakened, the men and women of Grimaton are possessed of magic in the form of a special bond with an animal or a knack for manipulating the underlying energies of the land. They throw rainbow fire, swim beside alligators, or shape the blood... [click here for more]
The Awakened II is a 380+ page fantasy anthology that brings together seventeen amazing authors to tell their stories of triumph, failure, fear, and acceptance. Return to the world of Grimaton and watch as its remarkable history continues to grow. When the two moons cross, anything can happen.
The Kickstarter begins 6/23/2016
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A Riot of Tusks tells the story of... [click here for more]
The main work of Immanuel Kant in which he argues that the mind forms its own experiences. These experiences are thus only as perceiving the phenomenal world and not experiencing the world around us as it truly is. He tries to combat the critique that such a view holds and to put the use of reason to justify our experiences by showing that we never truly experience what we perceive. ... [click here for more]
This philosophical book focuses on Christian ethics, the institution of the church and the difference between man and God to name a few. Kierkegaard is the founder of Existentialism which focuses on the person being the source of thought and not an outside force. Kierkegaard critiques those that would think that things are preordained and forced believing that we are free under the grace and love of... [click here for more]