Author Emericus Durden has developed the first comprehensively new approach to occult theory and practice in more than 50 years. His latest book Occultism: Striving to Leave, Striving to Create systematically lays out his entire approach, beginning with an introduction addressing why occultism matters to a modern audience steeped in science and cynicism, then launching into all three "phases" of Mr. Durden's occult methodology.
From 2003 to 2006, a series of 14 brutal murders summoned the deepest fears in the hearts of everyone living in California's San Fernando Valley. The killer behind the murders would become known only when he turned himself in to authorities in 2006, confessing to the murders and declaring he had "proof" that "emptiness" and "informational symmetry" made random crime impossible to prevent in modern-day society.
"Fascinating, a rare look into the mind of a killer"
In Spiritual Efficiency and the Expansion of the Will, Emericus Durden provides the cognitive and behavioral framework to help you get anything you desire, as well as to get rid of all your desires. Careful to avoid technical jargon - never simply revealing 'the secret' without providing harsh practical guidance - Durden's latest work of spiritual philosophy presents its case in an easy-to-hear, elliptical style designed to disarm the restless intellect and deliver your identity to the endless process of creative expansion.