Our beliefs are structured around the worship of the Ancient Ones of the Sumerian faith. We speak to them and they speak to us through meditations and dreams. We hear their voices telling us what to write, what to teach, and teaching us Invocations, Incantations, and other formulae. Our minds can see them awaiting beyond the gates of the abyss, awaiting their return to this world that rightfully belongs to them. And the only entities that have true rights here are those who worship the Ancient Ones.

We believe that TIAMAT and the Ancient Ones are the rulers of the universe, we are servants of the Ancient Ones, their soldiers, their children, and we will fight to the death to restore their honour and presence upon this world. And the await for that return so that they may reclaim what has been forcefully taken from them. We believe that when we depart from this world that we will go to the Abyss to be seated at the Table of the Ancient Ones.

TIAMAT Remember!

KUTULU Remember!


AZAG-THOTH Remember!

LILITU Remember!



We believe that man must remember the old ways, the forgotten path must be in full teachings once more. We believe the sheep of the Abominations should be destroyed, lest they renounce any and all allegiances with any false gods and become a worshipper of the Ancient Ones. What humanity believes to be truth is false, what humanity believes to be right, wrong. The truth has been fabricated and re-written by those who impose their will and enslave the minds of men. We believe that the lies created by man must be burned to the ground, so the world can be rebuilt according to the will of the Ancient Ones and to their honour.

Then mankind can once again hear the Call of KUTULU once more! And the priests of the Ancient Ones will speak atop the hills at the rock of Invocations:





                                     THE ANCIENT ONES

TIAMAT (Maiden of Life, Queen of the Ancient Ones)
ERESHKIGAL (Queen of the Underworld)
KUTULU (Lord of the Seas, The Sleeping Lord)
LAMMASHTA (Mistress of Childbirth, Protectress of Mothers)
LILITU (Queen and Mistress of Lust)
AZAG-THOTH (The Lord of Chaos, Protector of the Worshippers of the Ancient Ones)
SHAKUGUKU (Queen of the Cauldron)
NINKHARSAG (Queen of the Demons)
NINKASZI (The Horned Queen)
NINNGHIZHIDDA (Queen of the Magick Wand)
HUMWAWA (Lord of the South Winds, Lord of Plagues)
PAZUZU (Brother of HUMWAWA, Protector of Children)
USTUR (Earth Lord)
SED (Lord of Air)
LAMAS (Lord of Fire and the Burning Wind)
NATTIG (Lord of Water)
XASTUR (Beloved of the Ancient Ones)
MASKIM (Devours the followers of false gods)

                                      THE HANOTHIANS

The Hanothians are a group of demons that we believe to be connected somehow with the Ancient Ones, whether they were created by them, are favoured by them or just servants. There is still a lot to learn about the Hanothian demons, these are their names:

Cthigghanoth- (Koo-teeg-hanoth) male
Ix Haruniel- (Eesh-Haroo-nee-ay-el) female
Iguggthu- (Eegoog-t-hoo) male
Lot-norl- (Lot-nor-el) female
Narlasnoton- (Nar-las-noton)  male
Asuzap- (Asoo-tsap) female
Raas- (Ra-as) male
Tesiluhz- (Tay-see-loo-ts) female
Mopniboah- (Mop-nee-boa) male
Ellocoun- (Aylo-co-oon) female
Nehlirohiel- (Nay-lee-ro-hee-ay-el) female
Irostesae- (Eero-stes-a-ay) female
Otaten- (Otat-ayn) male
Oltat- (Ol-tat) male
Resathamon- (Ray-sat-hamon) male
Psaoseriel- (Poosa-osay-ree-ay-el) female
Inloraad- (Een-lo-ra-ad) male
Pasureodteh- (Pasoo-ray-od-tay) male
Saresorm- (Sa-ray-sorm) male
Haposab- (Hap-o-sab) female
Pakehanusiel- (Pak-ay-hanoo-see-ay-el) female
Salis- (Sa-lees) female
Ataopn- (Ata-o-poon) male
Tususaantah- (Too-soo-sa-an-ta) female
Lehrorte- (Lay-ror-tay) male
Opamidh- (Opa-meed) female
Nopopeb- (No-po-pay-b) male
Bemicarh- (Bay-mee-car) male
Nohsabsacel- (No-sab-sac-ay-el) male
Ohdapet- (Oh-da-pay-t) female
Anuunr- (An-oo-ner) female
Eron- (Ay-ron) male
Arunamx- (Aroo-na-mesh) male
Orensalua- (Oh-ray-n-sa-loo-a) female
Uzxon- (Oo-ts-shon) male
Ezipap- (Ay-tsee-pap) male
Batebesamel- (Ba-tay-bay-sam-ay-el) male
Adosetp- (Ado-say-tep) female
Nerempizel- (Nay-ray-em-pee-ts-ay-el) male
Hisezarm- (Hee-say-ts-arm) male
Potep- (Po-tay-p) female
Essahan- (Ay-sa-han) female
Zoznahaom- (Tso-Tsena-ha-om) male
Ibaptemor- (Eebap-tay-mor) male
Opokaxh- (Opo-kash) female
Epusadn- (Ay-poo-sa-den) female
Atapmekau- (Atap-may-ka-oo) male
Eseziriel- (Ay-say-tsee-ree-ay-el) female
Resapoempet- (Ray-sa-po-ay-em-pet) male
Puhip- (Poo-heep) female
Mosdorra- (Mos-dor-ra) female
Paducel- (Pad-oo-kay-el) male
Thogut- (Tho-goot) male
Kenegosha- (Kay-nay-go-sha) female
Phuggua- (Foo-goo-a) female
Thanggolo- (Than-golo) female
Zhabbothu- (Tsab-ot-hoo) female
Gurlilot- (Goor-lee-lot) female
Matarubhatho- (Mata-roob-hat-o) female
Phomma- (Fo-ma) female
Gotek- (Go-tay-k) male
Mighoru- (Meeg-ho-roo) male
Otugglela- (O-too-glay-la) female
Abhiggos- (Ab-hee-gos) male
Athugothu- (A-too-go-too) male
Dha-darnyig- (Da-darn-yeeg) male
Eghathule- (Ay-g-hat-hoo-lay) female
Mazo-igogo (Ma-tso-ee-go-go) female
Noth- (Noth) male
Oteigthu- (O-tay-eeh-too) male
Phorhalot- (For-ha-lot) female
Kelothac- (Kay-lo-tac) female
Keneina- (Kay-nay-ee-na) female
Losha- (Lo-sha) female
Me-il- (May-eel) male
Natlogglotte- (Nat-log-el-ot-ay) male
Olacar- (Ola-car) male
Osao- (Osa-o) male
P'ogothitac- (Po-go-tee-tac) male
Phot- (Fo-t) female
Rsthugni- (Res-toog-nee) female
Rurnant- (Roor-nant) male
Rut-uam- (Roo-too-am) male
Sarugoth- (Sa-roo-goth) male
Gugotell- (Goo-go-tay-el) female
Igoth- (Ee-goth) male
Hanthola- (Han-to-la) female
Sthotsia- (Soo-to-ts-ee-a) female
Thogonoth- (Tho-go-noth) female
Phorugugnek (For-oo-goo-gen-ay-k) female

                                REGARDING ORDAINMENT

The Cult of the Ancient Ones has the right to ordain anyone they see fit to be in the position of a priest, as well as the right to decline anyone we see as unfit to be in such a position. Reasons of being denied can vary upon indivduals, such as not having enough knowledge of the practice, lack of presentation, inspiration, motivation and other such things a priest needs in order to keep the livelyhood and pride within the congregation.