Vamachara. The ancients knew it well, it was the path of the few… the path to the left, dark and terrible, were the gods challenged those who dared to stray. Dakshinachara, the path to the right was brighter and more well traveled, but few of the rewards so tempting to men were to be found there. To the right, service and prayer, seeking to know the wisdom of Shiva. To the left, experience and introspection, the will to power before those words were even spoken, seeking to become godlike in one’s own right.
There are two paths by which one could travel. Many who travel the brightly lit path to the right are clad in the white light of piety, but who among us is brave enough to travel the dark and mysterious left hand path, clad only in the funeral ash of the Aghori?
The Orders of The Sect of the Horned God