About Nathaniel J. Harris


Nathaniel J. Harris is a retired Magister Templi and Priest of the Magical Pact of the Illuminates of Thanateros, was a notable contributor to Chaos International magazine in the 1990s, and his cartoon graces the cover of Phil Hine’s Prime Chaos; among the most influential texts of modern Chaos magick. Witcha: A Book of Cunning, originally self-published then re-published by Mandrake of Oxford, caused waves in witchcraft for 13 years before being removed at the author’s own insistence. As ‘Dr. Nathan Satan’, his poetry can be heard on the Time-Dragons, Original New Falcon. All this was a long time ago, and he no longer views Chaos magick as a viable spiritual path, nor gives any credence to its practitioner’s absurd claims. More recently, his novellas Everybody Needs a Hobby and Khaos at Trinity Road, both under the pen-name Nathan Mortlock, were described by Pat Mills as “Horror for the 21st century,” while his work The Neuronomicon is sending shock-waves through the occult community.

Books by Nathaniel J. Harris:



This has to be the definitive book on the occult. It is beautifully written and also highly accessible. The artwork is amazing too.”

  • Pat Mills, originator of 2000AD.

One of the best magick books I’ve read in years. I would say on a par with some of Aleister Crowley’s works. And I do not say that lightly.”

  • Michael (Mick) Norris, illustrator of Liber Null & Psychonaut.


  • Ray Sherwin, author of The Book of Results, Vitriol, and Ouroboros, originator of Chaos magic.

An education.”

  • Valerie Sinason, The Tavistock Institute


Read the Introduction here (link): https://nathanieljharris.wordpress.com/2018/02/02/the-nueronomicon-introduction/

To buy a copy CLICK HERE.



BEAST WING 666 tells the reality concerning a ritualistic paedophile ring operating within the UK and abroad. Its author is a well-known occultist and the survivor of a vendetta from one of the world’s most infamous (so called) ‘magical’ orders.
It is hoped this book will help to get the truth out, so that abusive people can no longer prosper in the occult community. It is also hoped it will be of help to other survivors who are struggling to gain justice.


Read it for free HERE.

Buy a copy HERE.



Wise men throughout the generations have recognised the power of the Psalms to get results: from attracting love and wealth, to overcoming adversaries, to banishing the powers of evil. Yet these are not mere incantations, to be repeated with an empty heart. Pay heed to these words, and follow their advice closely. To those who trust in the LORD, and who faithfully hold his precepts, great favours shall be granted.


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THE DEVIL’S DOOR is offered as a grimoire of Infernal Witchcraft, connecting the modern Aspirant to deeper tradition. The symbolism identifies this work as of the Widdershins or ‘Left Hand’ Path; that which has been called Black Magick. For those to whom this work is intended, there is much to be gained. The Devil’s Door swings wide, and leads directly to the inmost of Mysteries.



NEURONOMICON LECTURES 17B: Divination (contd.)

Magick, Neuromancy, Occult

“There are 10 types of people; those who understand binary code, and those who don’t.” – A. Hacker

Of particular relevance to neuromancy are a family of related systems all of extremely ancient origins, persisting from prehistory purely because they provide such uncannily accurate readings, and which consist of binary codes. It is also these same systems which inspired the original programming codes of our modern computers. – THE NEURONOMICON p.222

NEURONOMICON LECTURES 17B: Divination (contd.)

Magick, Neuromancy, Sorcery, Spirituality

                                          “There are 10 types of people; those who understand binary code, and those who don’t.” – A. Hacker

Of particular relevance to neuromancy are a family of related systems all of extremely ancient origins, persisting from prehistory purely because they provide such uncannily accurate readings, and which consist of binary codes. It is also these same systems which inspired the original programming codes of our modern computers. – THE NEURONOMICON p.222


Magick, Neuromancy, Sorcery

Divination is humankind’s attempt to peer beneath the circuit-board of the Matrix in search of hidden (occult) connections. The Greater Mind, often also called the collective unconscious, thinks in symbols and images such as we experience in dream. It is also from this region of consciousness that humankind has gained its most profound mystical insights, and where we encounter the archetypes. The wise magician will always perform divination before and after any major working. It is a far more important skill than spellcasting or conjuration – for without wisdom any power gained will prove self destructive. – THE NEURONOMICΘN , p.79-80

Link to CIA paper ‘The Gateway Experience’: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingro…

To order your copy of THE NEURONOMICΘN , and / or enrol as a trainee ICΘN agent, email me at n8nharris@yahoo.co.uk


Art, Magick, Neuromancy, Sorcery

The knowledge of symbolism, and the manners in which symbols may be combined to suggest new meanings, is central to all the disciplines of the arts. If the magician is so inclined, a spell might take the form of a collage, a piece of music, or any other expression that communicates clearly to the imagination. The same principles might also be observed in art that has not consciously be made as an act of magick; observe how often, for example, the colour purple in the stage sets or costumes of theatre, or in any block buster film or TV drama, precede the death of a major character.
A talisman is any symbolic object created to resonate in harmony with some principal, or ray of the archetypes. The essential concept also embraces objects such as the flags or seals of countries, or the logos of corporations; their intention being to bring certain associations to consciousness. Any object of art intended to have a subliminal effect on the viewer, or to provoke a conditioned response, might also be included.
The Neuronomicon, Nathaniel J. Harris, p. 74-75

University of Dundee -Views and Experiences of self-identified Ritual Abuse Survivors on the use of Online Forums and Social Media Platforms – Survey

Mind Control, MK Ultra, Occult, Paedophilia, Psychology, Ritual Abuse, Uncategorized

To participate: https://dundee.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/views-and-experiences-of-self-identified-ra-survivors-on-t-4



General Information 

I invite you to take part in an online survey, which aims to understand your views and experiences as a self-identified ritual abuse survivor on the use of online forums and social media platforms.

This research is being carried out as part of my PhD study at the University of Dundee School of Education and Social Work. The results from this study will be used to inform other survivors on the advantages and disadvantages of using online forums and social media platforms. The findings will also be used in improving online services for other survivors.
The aim of this study is to

1.    Understand the barriers encountered by ritual abuse survivors when using face to face or telephone-based services that have encouraged them to use online forums and social media platforms.

2.    Understand how online forums and social media platforms have helped ritual abuse survivors to overcome or minimise barriers encountered in face-to-face or telephone-based services.

3.    Understand how ritual abuse survivors have utilised the benefits of online forums or social media platforms to offer support to others, access support, talk about ritual abuse, engage in advocacy work, raise awareness on ritual abuse and connect with other ritual abuse survivors.

Eligible participants for this online survey are those:

·      That self-identify as Ritual Abuse (RA) survivors

·      Aged 18 years and above

·      Able to read and write in English.

·      Who have used or are currently using online forums or social media platforms to talk about their ritual abuse, support survivors or engage in advocacy and awareness campaigns about ritual abuse.

Please read through these terms, and if you agree to take part, please tick the ‘yes’ box below. You may ask any questions before taking part by contacting the researcher (details below).

Details of the Online Survey

You will need to respond to 3 questions on your eligibility to participate, approximately 20 questions on your views and experiences of using online platforms, some demographic questions and your future involvement in an online focus group interview.

It should take about 30 minutes. It is recommended that you complete the survey in one sitting. However, if you are not able to complete the survey in one sitting, you will be given the option to return to the survey at a later time. If possible, please try to complete the survey in a location where you will be undisturbed. No background knowledge is required.

The survey will be open for 2 months effective from the 15th of February 2019 and will close on the 16th of April 2019.

Do I have to take part? 

Participation in this study is completely voluntary, and you are free to refuse to take part or to withdraw from the study at any time, without having to give a reason, and without this affecting your membership of RANS message board and any other online forums accessible to you. You can be involved with the research to whatever degree you choose including the possibility of being involved in an online focus group via the RANS forum https://ransforum.org.uk

What if I decide not to take part?

If you choose not to take part in the study, nothing will change. If you decide to withdraw from the study at a later stage after it starts, the data you have provided will be anonymised and used for analysis. I will not collect any further information from you.

How will your data be used? 

The information you provide as part of the study is the research data. Your survey answers will be completely anonymous. The survey itself will not collect any identifying information, such as your name or birthdate, and your IP address will not be stored.

I will paraphrase the direct quotes used in my publications.

I have included a ‘Don’t know/Prefer not to say’ option in the main survey, and you will be able to skip questions if you prefer not to answer.

Are there any potential risks in taking part?

The following risks are involved in taking part:

  1. Potential psychological discomfort. To reduce any possible risks, I will not ask you anything of a sensitive nature (for example about graphic details of the ritual abuse). I will not ask you to share anything that is personal, or that might be sensitive or upsetting for you. I am purely interested in your views and experiences as a self-defined RA survivor on the use of online forums and social media platforms. I am keen to find out what you use online forums and social media platforms for, why you use them and how they have enabled you to talk about ritual abuse, access support and as well as supporting others. I will also provide information on resources that may help reduce any discomfort you experience.
  2. The potential for the collected data to be compromised. The research data will be stored confidentially using the secure server at the University of Dundee School of Education and Social Work, and all data will be anonymised.

Who will have access to your data? 

Jisc Online Surveys and the University of Dundee are the data controllers for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR. Data will be downloaded from Jisc Online Surveys after the survey has ended. Once this data has been downloaded to a secured server, information will be deleted from Jisc Online Surveys. Your data will be stored confidentially in password-protected files using the secure server at the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee. Research data will be stored on a secure server for a minimum of three years after the publication of my PhD thesis, at which point it will be deleted from the server and submitted to the UK Data Archive. All submitted data will be completely anonymised

Data will be used in academic publications. However, no identifying information will be included. Rather, answers to questions will be summarised broadly.

What is the purpose of the study?

This online survey is for my PhD study. The principal researcher is a PhD student in the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee. This PhD is being completed under the supervision of Dr Susan Levy and Dr Victoria Jupp Kina.

Data protection

The University of Dundee is the data controller concerning your data, and as such will determine how your data is used in the study. The University will process your data for the research outlined above. Research is a task that we perform in the public interest.

Further information about your rights concerning your data is available from https://www.dundee.ac.uk/information-governance//dataprotection/

Ethical approval has been received from the University of Dundee’s Research Ethics Committee. If you have any ethical concerns with this study, please contact Dr Murray Simpson, Education and Social Work SREC Convener on m.k.simpson@dundee.ac.uk.

What if there is a problem?  

If you have a concern about any aspect of this project, please speak to the researcher, Joseph Lumbasi; j.a.lumbasi@dundee.ac.uk or my supervisors, Dr Susan Levy s.levy@dundee.ac.uk or Dr Victoria Jupp Kina v.juppkina@dundee.ac.uk who will do their best to answer your query. The researcher should acknowledge your concern within 10 working days and give you an indication of how they intend to deal with it.

If you wish to make a complaint about any aspect of the way you have been approached or treated during this study, the normal complaints procedure will be available to you. You can send an anonymous complaint by email to Dr Murray Simpson, Education and Social Work SREC Convener on m.k.simpson@dundee.ac.uk. The Convenor will seek to resolve the matter in a reasonably expeditious manner.

Please note that you will not be able to go back to previous answers once you have gone to the next page during the survey.

1.Please note that you may only participate in this survey if you are 18 years of age or over.

Me on the TV

Occult, Sorcery

A blast from my own past, putting some of my more recent work into context. I no longer speak to my family, and have no intentions on further TV appearances unless it is as a whistle-blower (see my work ‘Beast Wing 666).


Another one – slightly earlier. That’s me leading the witchcraft ritual in the garden of Jimmy Page’s old mansion.


NEURONOMICON LECTURES 15: Ingo Swann – Psychic Spy


Ingo Douglas Swann (1933 – 31 January 2013) was a claimed psychic, artist, and author known for being the co-creator, along with Russell Targ and Harold E. Puthoff, of remote viewing, and specifically the Stargate Project.
Ingo is mentioned several times in THE NEURONOMICON, so it seems appropriate to ad this lecture he gave in 2006 at the IRVA Con. to our series, giving some further background to our research.