The Sect of the Horned God is a left-hand path educational foundation that focuses on “rational occultism”,  a symphysis of philosophy, psychology and mythology. We are not here to tell you what to think, but to rather offer you the tools that best suit the road you choose to travel. The questionnaire below is a basic application to The Sect of the Horned God, an initial requirement for all.  Once submitted, you will receive a series of follow-up questions that allow us to get to know you better, which determines membership approval. E-mail your answers to


1) What Best Describes You

  1. Atheist
  2. Agnostic
  3. Deist
  4. Theist
  5. Other

2) Which of these choices describe your personal philosophy?

  1. Satanist
  2. Luciferian
  3. Dark Pagan
  4. Other

3) Ritual is…?

  1. Meditation
  2. Mythological Reenactments
  3. The Art of Causation
  4. A Rite of Passage
  5. Other

4) Magic is…?

  1. Mental manipulation
  2. Illusion
  3. The Art of Causation
  4. A unique type of consciousness
  5. Other

5) Skepticism is…?

  1. Another word for cynicism.
  2. Being closed minded.
  3. The application of reason to any and all ideas and claims.
  4. Other

6) What do you think happens after you die?

  1. Nothing, I’m dead.
  2. Reincarnation.
  3. I enter the Gates of Hell.
  4. I don’t know
    E. Other

7) What is your primary philosophical stance?

  1. Existentialism
  2. Nihilism
  3. Epicureanism
  4. All of the above
  5. Other

8) Faith is…?

  1. The ability to ignore your doubts.
  2. Complete trust or confidence in someone or something.
  3. A belief held by religious people.
  4. Other

9) Briefly tell us why you would like to join The Sect of the Horned God.

Thank you for taking this little quiz! We will get back to you as soon as possible.


Theist Exclusion
by Jake Block

I have nothing against Theists. Some of my best friends are Theists. Some of them are very good people.

But in the context of The Sect of the Horned God as an organization, they’re incompatible with our thrust and direction. That’s not to say that they are wrong, because we believe in freedom of thought, and we believe in personal freedom and choice. The problem stems from our belief that the gods and demons of our forefathers are found in metaphor and not in the hard reality of our earthly existence. GODS and DEMONS in the supernatural, anthropomorphic sense are by their nature in a superior position to man. They are a control element. They assume the incapability of man to govern and rule his own life and his own world.

Biblically, we find that, “In the beginning, God created man,” but a truer statement would read, “In the beginning God created man, and then in the beginning, Man created god.” All of the “holy books,” “sacred scrolls,” “oral traditions,” et al describing the forming of the universe and the world in which we live were coined not by a “god,” but by men who, in their primitive and ignorant incapability to comprehend the complexities of the universe, built a mythology to explain the unexplainable. As man made his way from the cave to explore the earth, he discovered tangible reasons for phenomena that he had there to fore been unable to comprehend. As man’s comprehension grew, so too did his understanding of the world around him and his place within that world.

Theism would have it that for some unknown reason, a benevolent and altruistic god took it upon him/herself to bestow knowledge upon man. Simply looking back at the history of man will show that man seldom, if ever finds a flash of enlightenment to light his path. Man stumbles upon discovery after discovery, with a mind capable of memory, extrapolation, and deduction, which he learns to use to reason. He formulates a plan and, through trial and error, succeeds or fails. He then adds his experience to his mental data base. And so it goes, from the earliest man and the simplest of victories, through discoveries and inventions, through progressive ages, to the present.

Man progressed through the stone age, bronze age and iron age, ever in increasing his knowledge of the workings of the world around him and how to adapt, change and advance within it through the invention of new technologies and methodologies. But even as he advanced in technological expertise and understanding of the world around him, some men clung to the archaic belief that this was only through the beneficence of the god or gods in favor at the time. Here was the philosophical schism of Theological and Atheistic thought, which continues to this day.

The Sect of the Horned God straddles the gap of this schism as a Left Hand Path educational organization, acknowledging the past, while embracing the present and future advancements of man, without the need for externalized gods to lead us into the future. We salute the glorification and advancement of the human spirit and downplay the need for dogma and worshipful praise of gods that man had made to explain what is now known. The Sect of the Horned God is an incorporated entity whose primary objective encompasses the work of four philosophers in its relation to the left-hand path: Friedrich Nietzsche (Philosophy), Carl Gustav Jung (Psychology), Joseph Campbell (Mythology) and Anton LaVey (Occultism).

“Our purpose is to awaken people and get them to live (in the words of the late, great Anton LaVey) a “vital existence”. But to live that vital existence might encompass a journey which may entail going deep into the dark halls of one’s psyche and face the reality of deconstructing the mind. That said, areas of study offered in the Sect are not one of absolutes or dogma, but rather that of gaining a deeper awareness of oneself and the path you are on, while emphasizing a passion for living.”
— Thomas LeRoy (Co-Founder)

It is our belief and assertion that mankind needs no “gods” or “supernatural forces” for its growth and expansion and, while we acknowledge the past and the lessons learned from experiencing and studying it, one cannot dwell there, for that is the path to stagnation and decay. This is a sticky point that Theists simply cannot reconcile with their firm belief that belief in such external forces, which commits them to the assumption that their deity of choice is the power by which all else is measured. And in this assumption and insistence, is an impasse that precludes their acceptance into the membership of The Sect of the Horned God. We simply have nothing to offer that fits their personal cosmologies.

We wish them well, and we wish them wisdom, but where they go, we cannot follow.

The Orders of The Sect of the Horned God

The Order of Pan
The Order of Cernunnos
The Order of Prometheus
The Order of Dionysis
The Order of Shiva