“Into this wilde Abyss the warie fiend
Stood on the brink of Hell and look’d a while,
Pondering his Voyage; for no narrow frith
He had to cross.”
– John Milton
Fall of Man was started in 2009 with the sole purpose of helping those artists who wish to fulfill the potential in mankind, those visionaries who reach beyond the veil and want to know better their Shadow. We wish, to put it simple, to fulfill the Fall, to see where that mythical beginning can take us. The so-called "original sin" is not something to be rectified; we seek no redemption. Tikkun (and all other similar concepts that evolved from it) is just an attempt from the demiurgic forces to re-shackle the few individuals that are in the path to spiritual liberation. We want to push the boundaries of flesh and transcend our humanity, riding on the wings of demons and exploring the qliphothic tunnels that lead us to the Beyond. We will be working hand in hand with the most unconventional and shocking artists, to bring forth only the most serious and interesting works possible. We prefer not to limit ourselves to one specific tradition; however, we will focus on LHP artists and authors, since it is the only Path that will lead us through the Abyss and beyond.
For any kind of information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Fell free to send us your manuscripts for review, as well. We are always looking for new authors to work with.
Neither Fall of Man nor the people behind it are of have been associated with any particular group or cult. We are open to working with any occult organization or person, but we do not necessarily agree with their views or methods. We will always publish works with certain affinity with Fall of Man's core values, but we remain neutral and do not wish to participate in occult politics.
No Digital Rights Management (DRM)
We want to believe that all of our customers understand that by buying our releases, they are directly supporting the authors, and therefore we have decided against the use of any kind of DRM software on our digital releases. As readers ourselves, we consider DRM to be nothing more than a nuisance. Books are meant to be shared, and knowledge will spread no matter what. As they say, information wants to be free… and after all, if someone wants to pirate one of our books, there is little we could actually do against it, and we think DRM software would only bother those customers who actually paid for it.
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