This is an ugly book—the Black Heart of the Kitvei Kodesh HaChol. There is no getting around this fact. It is also, at the very same time, a beautiful book—the True Heart of the Kitvei Kodesh HaChol. This fact can very easily be missed.
Volume II is a very focused work—much more so than the first. The Spirits upon which this book concentrates are the combined essences of those approached in the first volume of the Sefer Qarav/Badal AND Sefer HaAzharah, making them far more dangerous than either or both. Indeed, for this reason, I never expected to write about these Spirits of e Cross(roads) of Sin and Sacrifice...yet, now, here we are.
In many ways, the Spirits to be discussed in this volume are far more awful than even those Spirits of Affliction to be discussed at a later time—those Spirits whose hauntings and venomous presence(s) are capable of driving even the most stalwart minds to insanity.
Having said that, if one is able to master a relationship with the Spirits of this volume, she will truly be prepared for the Work Ahead, Beyond, Above, Behind and Beneath.
It goes without saying that very careful study of and practice with Volume I of the Kitvei Kodesh HaChol is crucial for success with this volume, just as the work of this volume will be necessary to find success with the third, and the third for the fourth, and so on. Yet, in very important respects, as the Heart of the Work at Hand, the text of Volume II is equally crucial for success with Volume I, just as it is to understanding everything that has come before and will come after.
Please read carefully, and act with even greater care.
Kenostauros Yamallophis Nikaousia
April 14th, 2016
The first volume of the Kitvei Kodesh HaChol was, in more ways than one, the End and the Beginning of the ultimate written manifestation of the Current 61, just as I had hoped that it would be. While many were anticipated, an equal number of these “Begendings” were quite unexpected, only coming into focus as the writing of the first volume drew to a close. Since completing the first volume, I have made adjustments to the text of this second volume to reflect these transformative experiences and as an effort to keep the material offered fresh, exciting and stimulating to the spiritual and intellectual growth of my readers—the ones in whose hands this work has its true meaning.
The Second Chapter of the Alogos Zanav, the First Book of the Serpents Scripture, remains in its original Revealed Form, though my interpretation of its Words, found in the Sefer HaTselel, has grown since first receiving Them.
Readers of the first volume will also find themselves on familiar ground in the continuation of the Siddur Sim Chamas and the Dogmatiki tou Skotous; the former being grounded in the devotional rites of El Acher—in this case, focused on the prayers and invocations to the Spirits of the Cross(roads) of El and El Acher—and the latter exploring the fundamental principles of the Knowledge of the Etz/Mot.
The most profound changes between the first and second volumes are to be found in the Sefer Qarav/Badal, having decided that instead of continuing to explore the next 18 Spirits of the 6661 Klifotic Elohim of the Ultimate Legion of El Acher that I would instead discuss what I had only hinted at in the Sefer HaAzharah. That is, ritual work devoted to the Crossroads between the Klifotic Elohim and the Sefirotic Angels of the 7777.
To that end, a new set of 19 sigils will be provided, describing what are likely to be the most dangerous entities with whom any have ever worked: the Spirits of the Cross(roads) of Sin and Sacrifice; as well as the context for the manner in which Their sigils are to be used in the Rites of Otherness.
This, I hope, will provide a great deal of excitement for those readers who were not able to obtain a deluxe, devotee or special edition copy of the first volume, and especially for those who were.
I have also added a new additional chapter for all editions of the second volume: The Alphabet of Open Silence: The 23 Letters of the (A)Logos ( The Logos Acher). This chapter will provide a fascinating look (both literally and figuratively) into the symbolism of the Language of the Other Side of Divinity that will add both depth to the Work at Hand and a powerful resource for the devotees Work with the Spirits along the Path of AIN.
I once again close the present volume with excerpts from what I consider to be my seminal term-paper while at Yale Divinity School, where I first made explicit my understanding of AIN (though not yet termed as such) as Radical Impossibility in, of all places, a footnote (indeed, the first volume of the Kitvei Kodesh HaChol is, without question, the first piece of writing of such length that I have produced without footnotes!).
I hope that the changes made to the present text are welcomed by those dedicated devotees who follow my writings and those new to my work alike, and that I have not attempted to move my readers too quickly along the Path. I simply felt that I gave so much more than I had ever expected in the first volume that I, and you, had earned the advancement of the second.
Praised be the Serpent of Golgotha!
Hail Christos Ha-Satan / Satan Ha-Christos!
Hail Nachash Ha-Mashiach!
Table of Contents:
- Preface pg. 13
- Introduction pg. 15
- Kitvei Kodesh HaChol: Alogos Zanav pg. 19
- Sefer haTselel: Alogos Zanav II pg. 37
- Siddur Sim Chamas pg. 41
- Dogmatiki Tou Skotous pg. 79
- Sefer Qarav/Badal pg. 93
- The Alphabet of Open Silence, The 23 Letters of the (A)Logos Acher) pg. 123
- Echoes of the Past (Appendix) pg. 151