Sermons to the Serpent's Servants
Sermons to the Serpent's Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm
Philosophical Implications of Luciferian Gnosis
by Jeremy Christner
Vol. I: Mesocosm is a deep dive into theory, simultaneously an analytic look at the problems of philosophy from the vantage of a Luciferian Gnostic, and a meditation on the implications of Luciferian Gnosis from a philosopher's perspective. The threaded essays contained in this book cover various insights including the question of the existence and nature of God; the quality of Lucifer; epistemology in Gnosticism; Gnosticism as an Existentialist cosmology; the redundancy of Jesus Christ; the value of negativity in the arts and of blasphemy in practice; the definition of the self and the scope of one's sphere of influence as a measure of existence; and more.
Sermons to the Serpent's Servants Vol. I: Mesocosm is a mature evolution of the narrative woven by Jeremy Christner in his previous works, Kosmology and Lanterns of Wisdom From the Firmament. The author reveals his ideas and insights from a more contemplative perspective, employing a pragmatic approach and taking you on his personal journey of discovering and re-evaluating his own views on religion, ethics, Gnosticism and Luciferian-Satanism, and some of the more commonly pondered philosophical questions.
A worthy addition to the library of the Gnostic, the Luciferian, the philosopher, or the curious collector of ideas.