My good friend, the artist Setken, has directed a mini-documentary about the Egyptian praying mantis god, Abyt. Setken asked me to compose some music for the film, and I was very happy to oblige. I’m also happy to announce that Setken’s film has been selected by the Anatolian Short Film Festival for September 2020. Follow the link below to watch the documentary and vote for the film!
And if you enjoy the music in the film, you can also stream or download it for free by clicking the image below:
We sincerely hope that everyone enjoys this work – especially Abyt Himself! Dua Abyt!
To make my website more accessible, I’ve activated the WordPress feature in my Dreamhost account, and I will be moving everything over to the new blog. It’s slow going and I am still setting everything up, but I will be updating at this location moving forward:
A colorized version of the Alexamenos Graffito I made as a gift for my mother-in-law shortly before she joined the ancestors in 2015. She was a deeply religious Christian, and we shared a special bond over the ways in which Set and Jesus can intersect with each other.
ItDoS Podcast #24: Aberamentho: Set, Yahweh, and Jesus Christ
So you’ve heard me talk a lot about Set and “the devil”; now it’s time to discuss Set and Yahweh, as well as Set and Jesus. Yes, it’s true; Setianism can intersect with Christianity as well as it can with so-called “devil worship.” Set does not play by Christian rules, Satanist rules, or Marvel Cinematic Universe rules, and neither do Setians.
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