Mailing Lists @ Necronomi.com

Mailing Lists @ Necronomi.com


The Lists


Absinthe: The Absinthe Research mailing list. For discussion of the history, culture, and manufacture of wormwood liqueurs and similar beverages. Moderated by Martin Fredrickson. 122 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

ATLgoth: The Atlanta Regional Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Michael Rollins. 161 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Crimson: The Vampire Erotica mailing list. Focusing on the discussion of vampire-oriented eroticism and it's aesthetic. This elist screens subscribers; check it's homepage for subscription information. Moderated by Natalia Lincoln and Clifford Low. 46 subscribers as of 7/9/99.

CTgoth: The Connecticut Regional Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Nancy Garcia-Vidal. 31 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

DarkDJ: The Dark Music DJ mailing list. For discussion among DJs of Gothic, Industrial, and Dark Ambient music, of technique, music, style, business, and community. Moderated by Amanda Wolf. 103 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Darkpaths: The general Darksider mailing list. Focusing on the discussion of all forms of darkside spirituality and occultism. Moderated by Dave Ondrejko and Clifford Low. 201 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Energy: The Occult Energy mailing list. Focusing on the discussion of spiritual forces like auras, orgone radiation, the astral body, chakras, ley lines; energy-oriented practices like feng shui, xi gong, tantra, and more. Moderated by Clifford Low. 120 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

GoldenDawn: The Golden Dawn Magick mailing list. Focusing on all topics related to the magical system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, groups following systems similar to it that appeared subsequently, and discussion of the history and personalties of the Order. Moderated by Joseph Max. New, as of 6/12/02.

GothBiker: The Gothic & Industrial Biker mailing list. Focusing on motorcycle enthusiasts in the Gothic, Industrial, and Punk communities. Moderated by Ron. 24 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

GothWit: The Gothic & Industrial Humor mailing list. Focusing on the discussions of humor, wit, satire and parody, amusing the sensibilities of the Gothic & Industrial community. Moderated by Shana Skaletsky. 49 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Hellspawn: The Weird Parenting mailing list. For discussion of Pagan, Occultist, Satanist, Gothic, and Punk parenting. Moderated by Lainie. 88 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Killers: The Serial Killer & Mass Murderer mailing list. For the discussion of the facts, lore, and literature surrounding mass murderers and serial killers. Moderated by Carrie Laben. 36 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

KYgoth: The Kentucky Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Timly Grae. 39 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

LAgoth: The Los Angeles Regional Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Eric and Susannah. 334 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Malefica: The Dark Pagan mailing list. For darkside pagans and practitioners of black witchcraft. Moderated by Clifford Low. 190 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Mandrake: The Witch Garden mailing list. For discussion of magical gardening, herbology, and related topics. Moderated by Heather. 64 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Mesmerize: The Projekt mailing list. For fans of the experimental music distributed by the Projekt label. Moderated by Todd. 112 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

MNgoth: The Minnesota Gothic & Industrial mailing list. Moderated by Clifford Low (temporarily.) For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. 13 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

MXgoth: The Mexico Gothic & Industrial mailing list. Moderated by Ron. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. 16 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Necromancy: The Magic and Death mailing list. For discussion of death, ghosts, and the afterlife from the perspective of magical practitioners; including discussions of spiritism and ancestor worship. Moderated by Clifford Low. 66 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

NJgoth: The New Jersey Regional Gothic & Industrial mailing list. Moderated by Debbie. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. 67 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

NYCgoth: The New York Regional Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Nancy Garcia-Vidal, Carrie Laben, and Clifford Low. 406 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

OHgoth: The Ohio Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Aaron Grooms and Christopher Gray. 140 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Oriflamme: The International OTO Announcement list. For discussion and announcements of various events organized for members of Ordo Templi Orientis worldwide. Moderated by Rodney Orpheus. 164 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Polyhymnia: The Magickal and Mystical Music mailing list. For discussion of the occult, trance inducing, and transformative virtues of music, the discussion of neopagan and esoteric devotional music, and more. Moderated by Clifford Low. 89 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Rune: The Runic, Odinist, and Asatru mailing list. For discussion of Norse Paganism, Asatru, Odinism, Runes, and Nordic spirituality and magic. Moderated by Clifford Low. 172 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Satanist: The Satanist, Diabolist, and Luciferian mailing list. For discussion of the various permutations of Satanic beliefs, philosophies, aesthetics and magic (not sectarian rivalries.) Moderated by Diane Vera. 130 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Scourge: The Magic & Pervery mailing list. Focusing on the utilization of sadomasochism and other deviant sexual practices in magic rituals and alternative spirituality. Moderated by David Ondrejko. 88 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

SFgoth: The San Francisco Area Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Christine Death and Clifford Low. 197 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Shoggoth: The Lovecraftian Magick mailing list. For the practitioners of magicks inspired by the imagery of HP Lovecraft's poetry and stories. Moderated by Clifford Low. 100 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

SJgoth: The San Jose Area Gothic & Industrial mailing list. For discussion and announcements of various local events and topics. Moderated by Trystan Bass. 45 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Succubus: The Dark Goddess mailing list. For those who revere dark goddesses and similar beings; Lilith, Kali, Xastur etc and many more. Moderated by KD and Clifford Low. 182 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

Vault: The Friday the 13th: the series fan elist. For discussion of the television series, related creative projects, memorabilia, networking between fans, and fan fiction. Moderated by Daniel Stern. 46 subscribers as of 1/9/01.

WSD: The World Serpent Distribution mailing list. For fans of the experimental music distributed by World Serpent. Moderated by Rachel Bigger, Scott Kirkwood and Clifford Low. 437 subscribers as of 1/9/01.


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