Kindle’s Facebook page

Kindle Cimmerian is one of our most active Kultists, entertaining crowds (quite literally) from coast-to-coast.

You may follow her exploits on her Facebook page –

www.facebook.com/kindledancer

Love I Yetter

Performing to Coil’s “Love’s Secret Domain” at the “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” show.       Photo by Chris Yetter.

 

The 8 ELEMENTS™ of Belly Dance

Having worked through many systems of artistic movement, we can safely declare Rachel Brice’s  8 Elements™ approach as a superior method to elucidate the key concepts of modern belly dance.

Kindle Cimmerian of Black Lotus Kult is proud to have received a Teaching Certification in this Datura Style™ approach.

She encourages those drawn to this art to consider this method in both their movement, and their spiritual practices.

Please view the following video (which includes scenes of Kindle) for more information…

“The 8 Elements™ approach encompasses biomechanics, vocabulary development, improvisation, choreography, musicality, practice development, tribal belly dance history, costuming, and performance preparation and experience.”

The Process is Yours

process

“Psychologists pretend to help humanity, but sometimes I wonder”

Black Lotus Kult’s Book Review Series starts in April with a look at REVIVAL Resurrecting the Process Church of the Final Judgment by William Sims Bainbridge.

This one will be published in May by our friends at Feral House, and can be pre-ordered here – http://feralhouse.com/revival/.

Until then, let’s listen to music…

Ontological Graffiti, “Primoirdial Parents”- New Michael Bertiaux Video

With The Ocult Bookstore hosting, members of the NU BLK Lodge helped produce the Chicago launch of Michael Bertiaux’s Ontological Graffiti last month. Already the fastest selling pre-order in publisher Fulgur’s history, all copies provided for the launch event sold out.

Yesterday, Fulgur announced the DELUXE Edition of this title, and it sold out within 12 hours!

For those who have picked it up, or who have marveled at the cover art, here is a lecture about Michael’s painting which was used for the book’s dust jacket.