Panparadox – Vexior (Ixaxaar)


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PanParadox: Pan Towards Chaos is a collection of author’s personal notes, rituals, drawings, photographs and writings gathered during 11 years of Panic workings influenced by Old Norse teachings.

Panparadox belongs to very early writings of Vexior (the author of Gullveigrbok and Þursakyngi under name Ekortu), and it is his legacy born from his burning thirst for the gaining of knowledge from the Underworld and the realms of Chaos. PAN was Vexior’s first guide upon the path towards the Beyond: his Spiritual Teacher who kindled his yearning for the Other Worlds and ushered him upon the path of the brave set against the limitations of cosmic existence. In this book words, forms and rites open the gates of Panic madness, welcoming those that can cast off their fears in order to embrace power of the goat-hoofed God and become free as him.

Panparadox presents the manifold angles of the work, philosophies and aspects of the Great God Pan, hidden knowledge received and amassed by Vexior in the light of personal Gnosis attained from actual spiritual work. Through personal inspired notes, rituals, photos of the places of power, hand drawn sigils and illustrations presenting Pan (all in all circa 115 different images), this book opens a door for the reader to partake of the author’s personal insights, which reads like a magical diary of all that he had witnessed and experienced. Furthermore, the similarities of Pan and the Old Norse Thursian giant Loki is discussed, as well as with certain aspects of Lucifer, the way the author within this context understood them to interlink.