cropped-picture-frame.jpegI’m the author of the PEN/Faulkner Longlisted novel, Hawk Mountain and the host of the podcast, Against Everyone with Conner Habib. I give lectures around the world about occultism, James Joyce, sex work, and art. I grew up in Pennsylvania and now live in Ireland.

WRITING INQUIRIES should be sent to my agent, Anna Sproul-Latimer at Neon Literary: anna at neonliterary dot com

FILM/TV INQUIRES & RIGHTS QUERIES should be sent to my agent Kristina Moore at United Talent: kristina dot moore at unitedtalent dot com

MEDIA INQUIRIES & LECTURE INQUIRIES should be sent directly to me at conner habib at gmail dot com


FOR GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE PLEASE EMAIL ME VIA connerhabibsocial at gmail dot com – It might take me a little while, but I answer every email and really appreciate hearing from anyone who’s interested in what I’m up to.


Below is an extensive list of written works, lectures, media appearances, and awards, 2006-2020. This is not a complete list, though it is an extensive and representative one.

My show, Against Everyone with Conner Habib, is ongoing. My novel, Hawk Mountain, will be released by Norton in the US and Doubleday/Penguin in Ireland and the UK in 2022.

To hire me to lecture at your school/organization, to write for your publication, or for one-on-one consultations of any kind, email me: connerhabib at gmail.com.


2023: See the Events Page

2022: Red Line Festival: Panel on horror literature in Ireland with Ruth Gilligan and Maura McHugh . Tallaght, Co. Dublin.
Spark Festival: On living the creative life, with Peter Rollins. Belfast, Ireland.

Dromineer Nenagh Literary Festival: Debut novelists panel with Edel Coffey and Aengiela Flannery, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.

International Who? New! at the Brooklyn Book Festival, with Jonathan, Jared Marcel Pollen, Tsering Yangzom Lama and Okwiri Oduor. Online.

On Hawk Mountain With Wendy Erskine. No Alibis Bookstore, Belfast, Ireland.

On Hawk Mountain, the occult, and fiction with Duncan Barford. Treadwells Books, London, UK.

First Fridays: with Sara Maria Griffin – interview and reading at Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI), Dublin, Ireland.

“On queer identity in literature” with Seán Hewiit – interview and reading. All Together Now Festival, Waterford, Ireland.

“The horror of the body” with Caitlin Doughty and Mark O’Connell, Dublin, Ireland.

US Hawk Mountain book tour: in conversation events and reading events to celebrate the release of Hawk Mountain. July 9 -22 with Sara Gran, Andrea Lawlor, Will Menaker, Jarrett Middleton, D.A. Powell, and Paul Tremblay.

“Ulysses for Psychonauts: Reading Ulysses to Explore Your Consciousness.” In collaboration with the Irish Embassy in Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark.

“Ulysses for Psychonauts: Reading Ulysses to Explore Your Consciousness.” In collaboration with the Irish Embassy in Stockholm. Stockholm, Sweden.

Ulysses for the Rest of Us: Online and in person live lecture series and book club from June through September  reading James Joyce’s Ulysses in collaboration with the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI).

2021: UTOPIA: A series of events at the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Featuring Murmuration – a concert co-created and curated with Una Mullally; Republic of Birds a panel on the work of John Moriarty; Everyone United: A live podcast on Creating Utopia in Ireland.

Ulysses for the Rest of Us: Online and in person live lecture series and book club from June through September  reading James Joyce’s Ulysses in collaboration with the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI).

Red May: A Celebration of Radical Art & Thought. Anti-work panel event with Kathi Weeks and Heather Berg.

2020: “Utopia Ireland” co-presenting with Una Mullally for ENDING: The Anthropological Association of Ireland’s Conference 2020,

2018: Intersectionality and Consent – Keynote lecture for Sex Week at Tufts University. Medford MA.

2017: Wet Hot Arab American Summer: PEN Center USA and The Radius of Arab American Writers (RAWI) presenting Arab American Writers, with Randa Jarrar, Laila Lalami, Stephanie Abraham, and Jennifer Jajeh, Los Angeles.

Chaotic Good: Why We Need The Occult Now (More Than Ever), with Gordon White and Caitlin Doughty, Los Angeles.

The Sacred and the Profane: Sexuality, The Occult, and Freedom, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 

Hard To Read: A Benefit for Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative, with Karen Ishizuka, Dr. Maytha Alhassen, and more, Los Angeles.

2016:  Conner Habib Speaks about Sex Work (keynote), University of Wisconsin, Green Bay.  

Consent and Sex Work (keynote), San Francisco Art Institute.

Rights, Not Rescue (panel), Sex Workers Outreach Project, Seattle.

2015:  The Art of Having a Body (with Calpernia Adams), The Body Well, Los Angeles.

Life at Both Ends: Death, Sex, and Other Taboos of the Human Body (with Caitlin Doughty), The Body Well, Los Angeles.

The Limits of Sex Positive (with Dr. Chris Donaghue), Catalyst Con West, Los Angeles.

Porn Your Way Through Life, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Same-Sex Sexuality in the Adult Film Industry, University of Lethbridge.

2014: Beyond the Bedroom: What Your Doctor Can’t (and Won’t) Tell You about Sex (panel), The Body Well, Los Angeles.

Con-Salon with Conner Habib and Phil Jimenez, Bent-Con, Los Angeles.

Erotica Exotica (panel), University of Southern California.

Opening Keynote (keynote panel), Catalyst Con West, Los Angeles.

Queering Porn (keynote), University of Florida .

2013Beyond Our Bodies, William Way LGBT Center, Philadelphia.

Conner Habib on LGBT Community and Sexuality, Amherst College.

Conner Habib on Sex, Pornography, and Culture, Corning Public Library/Corning Community College.

Full Moon Afternoon (in conjunction with Bidoun Magazine), Museum of Modern Art, New York.

The Human Universe and the Universal Human: Rudolf Steiner 101, Rudolf Steiner Social Finance, San Francisco.

The Importance of Gay Sex in Fiction, Bent-Con, Los Angeles.

The Sacred and the Profane: Sex, Freedom, and Spirituality, IndieSpace, Kutztown, PA.

Sex and Your Cellphone (with Dr. Chris Donaghue), The Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco.

2012: The Aesthetics of Porn, California College of the Arts, San Francisco.

2011: The Virtues of Being an Object, or Why Ryan Gosling’s Dick is Important (keynote), Bowdoin College.

2006: Animist/Anarchist, Renewing the Anarchist Tradition, Plainfield, VT.

Teaching Knowledge, Not Information, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

A PhD Is Not Enough!, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.


2019God Sex Death – with Caitlin Doughty and Peter Rollins

2018Reading Ulysses with Conner Habib – a six week online course reading James Joyce’s Ulysses

2017: Radical Undoing: Decolonize Your Mind with Sex, Science, the Occult, and Philosophy

What Is The Occult?

2016: Banishing the World: Postmodern Philosophy and the Occult.

Conner Habib on Consent and Sex Positivity, Explore More Summit.

The Culture of the Current: A Four Week Workshop for Facing the World We Live in Now.

Occult Philosophies: Rudolf Steiner and the Western Esoteric Tradition.  .  Online Course:

10 Tips for Writers

2014: Anthroposophy 101: Rudolf Steiner, Freedom, and the Western Esoteric Tradition, Evolver Learning Lab.

2013: How To Start A (Sexual) Revolution, Evolver Learning Lab.


2022Hawk Mountain: A Novel (US edition: W.W. Norton, Ireland/UK/Au edition: Doubleday/Penguin)

“Tell Someone” Short story in The Stinging Fly.

“What Gets Us Through 2022” on StingingFly.org

2020: “The air is filled with birdsong now. It was always there, we just couldn’t hear it.” in The Irish Times Magazine

“An American in Ireland: ‘I have never been somewhere I wanted to stay so much” in The Irish Times  Magazine (cover story)

2018: “Selfie Made” in CR Fashion Book 12.

“Life By Number” in CR Fashion Book 13.

“The Problem With Sex Work Is Work: Conner Habib and Dr. Heather Berg In Conversation” in Merry Jane.

“Animal Door” (poem) in Nomadic Ground.

2017: A Culture That’s Sick about Sex Will Never Be Able To Stop Harassment and Abuse, MEL Magazine.

2016: Series – The Sex Radicals: Seven Essays on Thinkers Who Can Revolutionize Sex in Our Culture, RealitySandwich.com

  1. Introduction: Who Should We Invite to the Orgy?
  2. Making Room for Sex: Ida Craddock and the Sacred Profane. 
  3. Sex Is Freedom: Paschal Beverly Randolph’s Divine Sexual Freedom
  4. Stripping off Our Armor: The Accumulating, Paradoxical Power of Wilhelm Reich
  5. Impossible Pleasure: Charles Fourier’s Queer Theories
  6. How To Fight Shame: Amber Hollibaugh, Edward Carpenter, and the Strength of Vulnerability
  7. Lust Is the Teacher: Vladimir Solovyov’s Sexual Love
  8. Desire Is the Truth of It: Jacques Lacan and Wanting Wanting

2015:  The Animals Die: On Reading Joy Williams,  The Rumpus.

If You’re against Sex Work, You’re A Bigot, The Stranger.

When You’re Sick You’ll Wait for the Answer, But None Will Come, The Stranger.

2014: The Banal and the Profane: 7 Days of Reading, Lambda Literary

Free Sex (blog series on Patti Stanger’s blog, no longer available), pattiknows.com.

Revisiting ‘90s post-hardcore with the Van Pelt (interview), Aux.

What I Want To Know Is Why You Hate Porn StarsThe Stranger

Why the LGBT Community Should Oppose AB1576, Slate.

2013: Bent-Con Is A Comic Convention for Gay Nerds, Vice.

Facing the TorsosThe Stranger.

Fap for Freedom, Vice.

Kirk Cameron Wrote the Bible, Vice.

Linda Lovelace Is Not A Porn Star, Slate.

Me & Mr. Booker (book review of Cory Taylor’s Me & Mr. Booker), The Rumpus.

My First Gay Straight Porn, Nerve.

Queer Christ: A Primer on LGBT Theology, Vice.

Undesirable Thoughts (book review of Alain de Botton’s How To Think More about Sex), Full Stop.

The Un-Science of Radionics, Vice.

What’s In a (Porn) Name?, Buzzfeed.

When Proof Is Not Enough: Eben Alexander’s Proof of Heaven and the Problem of Objectivity in Science, Reality Sandwich.

Why Are We Afraid To Talk about Gay Porn?, Buzzfeed.

You’ve Gotta Make Them Feel It: On Set with Porn Star Conner HabibBuzzfeed.

2012By the Time You’ve Seen It, It’s Too Late, The Rumpus.

iOccupyReality Sandwich.

Rest Stop Confidential, Salon.

2011Emit Time, Reality Sandwich.

Investigating Porn,  The Advocate.

Lean Forward, Stand Back: The World View of Lynn Margulis, Wild River Review.

2010Gay for Pay, Headmaster Magazine (print edition only).

PUBLICATIONS (anthologies)

2017: “Hex Change” (comic book with Amit Elan) in Outside: An Anthology, (Ash Pure/Topics Berlin).

2015: “The Name of Your First Pet and the Street You Grew Up On” in Coming Out Like A Porn Star: Essays on Pornography, Protection, and Privacy, edited by Jiz Lee (ThreeL Media).

2013: “iOccupy” in Occupy Consciousness: Essays on the Global Insurrection, edited by Mitch Migano and Daniel Pinchbeck (Evolver Editions).

“Rest Area Confidential” in Best Sex Writing 2013, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel (Cleis Press).

2012: “As Above, So Below” in Lynn Margulis: The Life and Legacy of a Scientific Rebel, edited by Dorion Sagan (Chelsea Green).

“Gay for Pay” in Best Gay Stories 2012, edited by Peter Dube (Lethe Press).

“The Virtues of Being an Object” in Exploring the Edge Realms of Consciousness edited by Ken Jordan and Daniel Pinchbeck (Evolver Editions).


2023: PEN/Faulkner Award Longlisted for Hawk Mountain

2016: Sexual Freedom Award (for writing about and promoting sex-positive attitudes and sexually radical politics).

Ravens Eden Award (for Best Group Scene, adult film work).

2012: Grabby Award (for Best Supporting Actoradult film work).

2010: GayVN Award (for Best Newcomer, adult film work).

2006: Distinguished Teaching Award (at University of Massachusetts, for excellence in teaching)

Harvey Swados Prize in Ficiton (at University of Massachusetts, for excellence in fiction)


Adult Scenes (150+ scenes, listed by studio): Badpuppy • Bentley Race • Bound Jocks •  Buckshot • Butch Bear • Butch Dixon • Channel 1 Releasing • Cocksuremen • CyberBears • Dominic Ford • Falcon • Gay Room • Grey Rose • Hard Friction • Hot House • Jet Set • Kink • Lavender Lounge • Man Avenue • Man Royale • Massive • Men At Play • Men.com • Men Live • Mustang • Naked Sword • Pantheon • Raging Stallion • Ray Dragon • Real Guys Exposed • Sex Gaymes • Tim Tales • Titan • UKNakedMen

Book Sections and Chapters:  Around the World in 80 Gay Porn Stars edited by Jimi Goninan and Paul Travers • Ethical Porn for Dicks by Dr. David Ley • Rising Starz edited by Owen Keehnan • So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson.

Interviews, Profiles, and Reviews: Adult Magazine • Bay Area Reporter • Bidoun • Bon • Booklist • • The Boston Globe • Broadly •  Business Post • The Creative Independent • The Cut • Daily Beast • Daily Dot • Dangerous Minds • The Edge • Fronteirs • Gay.com • Gay Times • The Guardian • GQ France • Hot Press • Huck Magazine • Huffington Post • The Irish Independent • Irish Business Time • The Irish Examiner •  The Irish Times • Jezebel • Kirkus Reviews • Manhunt Daily • Matador Review • MEL Magazine • Men’s Health Magazine • Metapsychosis • Motherboard • Mother Jones • New York Magazine • The New York Times • Playboy • Polari • Porn Studies • Publishers Weekly • Reality Sandwich • Rolling Stone • Queerty • Salon • Slate • Savage Love • The Setup • The Slutist • taz.die tageszeitung • The Times Crime Club • Tits and Sass • Verve • Vice

Non-adult MoviesStraight Guys (dir. Daniel Laurin) •  Fluid (dir. Dara Sklar) • Devious, Inc. (dir. xuxE)

Podcasts and Radio:  Appendix N Book Club Be Grand Podcast • Beyond the Mic with Mike Bullard • Blindboy Podcast • The Catacombic Machine • Chapo Traphouse • Chat For Girls City Visions on KLAW • Dennis Anyone with Dennis Hensley • The Disinformation Podcast • Dosed • Dr. Dick’s Sex Advice • The Drunken Taoist • The Duncan Trussell  Family Hour • Feast of Fun • Girls Chat • Grimerica • The Higherside Chats • Hoar Pod • Horror Vanguard • Hot Mic with Dan Savage • The Hound Tall podcast with Moshe Kasher •  I’m Coming Out • It’s All Happening • Juvenalia • The Labyrinth Podcast • Living 4D with Paul Chek • Media Roots Radio • Modern Witch • Not Guilty No Way. • Optimal Performance Podcast • Out in the Open on CBC Radio • Out of the Box with Rosie Tran • Pantisocracy • Pod Damn America • Psychedelic Milk • Queens of the Stoned Age • Risk! • Rune Soup • Savage Love Podcast with Dan Savage • Sex Gets Real • Sex Nerd Sandra • Sex Out Loud with Tristan Taromino • The Sewers of Paris • Sex with Emily with Emily Morse • The Singularity Bros • Skeptiko • Slayerfest ’98 • Sunday Night Safron • Talk Gnosis • Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan • The Ray Darcy Show on RTÉ • The Butterfly Effect by Jon Ronson • This Week in Blackness After Dark • Ultraculture • United Ireland Podcast • Unregistered with Thaddeus Russell • Weird Studies • Why Are People into That? • You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

TV and Web Shows:  Breaking the Set, Russian Television •  LGBTQ&A, Afterbuzz TV • Men Watch Porn with Porn Stars and Women Watch Porn with Porn Stars, BuzzfeedTV • The Naughty Show, Playboy TV •  NBC News • Pantisocracy

2017 – present: Against Everyone with Conner Habib. (Creator, producer, and host.  In which I give lectures on social, political, and spiritual topics and have conversations with some of the most dynamic thinkers and artists of our time).

2015: Sex Ed with Conner Habib, Host. (Host of WeHo Life’s sex education video series, in which I gave tutorials on sexual health).

2012-2013: Ask the Sexpert, Host. (Host of Logo TV’s NexNowNext biweekly comedy and advice webshow, in which I answered viewers’ sex and relationship questions).


2014-2016: Vice President, The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee. Worked to improve the safety, wages, and quality of life for adult performers. Created educational panels for adult performers. Worked with California legislators and lawmakers on legislation regarding pornography in California in private and formal proceedings. Developed a credit union for adult performers. Met with journalists regularly to discuss industry-related topics and stories. Created and edited press releases, blog content, website copy, letters to members, and grant proposals. Met one-on-one with members to mediate conflicts, discuss concerns and direct to appropriate resources. Created an stamp (approval system) for professionals who demonstrated knowledge, care, and compassion for workers in the industry.

2007– 2017: Writing Coach.

2007: English Instructor, Western New England University, Springfield MA. Taught Introduction to Literature.

2004 – 2007: English Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Taught Composition, Creative Writing, and Man&Woman in Literature.

28 Responses to “About”

  1. John November 22, 2012 at 10:09 pm #

    Impressive ,good body and brains. hire you ,no!! Will be too distracted to learn anything. Well rounded porn star never thought such existed -proved me wrong.

  2. Larry January 14, 2013 at 8:15 pm #

    Great body

  3. Rob January 24, 2013 at 10:38 am #

    My names Rob. I’m straight, and it was a blast navigating past the vid on your webiste to get here to your comment section. I heard you on Duncan Trussell with Danielle Bolelli. It was an awesome show. I really related and am able to benefit from a lot of the discussion you guys held. I listened to it 4 times already. Thanks for being open and honest and strong.

    • Conner Habib January 24, 2013 at 6:34 pm #

      Thanks for sharing that with me Rob – so glad it held meaning for you!

  4. Savino February 19, 2013 at 2:01 am #


    You are a true Rennaissance man and have successfully incorporated your well-rounded myriad of talents into a life that is at once creative and productive. I am more impressed with your writing and self-marketing than with any others I’ve seen in the past 10 years. I would love to read some of your thoughts on biology, etherealism, and the works of Rudolph Steiner. Thank you, and congrats on being posted on DIGG.



    • Savino February 19, 2013 at 2:53 am #

      Now that I’ve read more of your profile, your achievements far exceed Digg. You bring more dignity and class to the gay community than most of the people who are publicly lauded for doing so.

    • Conner Habib February 19, 2013 at 7:26 am #

      Thanks Savino –
      There are plenty of thoughts on all those things throughout my blog – I hope you’re inspired to page through. I really appreciate the interest and the kind words!

    • Philip M Sadler (pms) September 27, 2014 at 12:14 pm #

      Conner…I have written you before and I don’t where to start except to say “keep on truckin'” there bro. I am more on a non-fiction reader, so I like to hear everyone’s story, and if they have the rest of their lives to hear mine.,..lol..end it. Best regards, Phil

  5. Jess February 21, 2013 at 1:01 pm #

    I think that is the best “Things I like List” I have ever seen.

  6. Joe February 24, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

    I have just discovered your blog and web site this morning. You have created a niche onto your own by being a porn star who is also a college level writing coach. Your life and interests are very inspiring, and just what I need at this moment.

  7. Martin Dadswell March 11, 2013 at 8:15 am #

    Hi There Conner, Found your site by chance. Thank you for your excellent blogs I have read so far. I find your writings so inspiring and uplifting – please keep going. Also saw your twitter updates. Shame not in London would love to have met and found out more about you and options A and B. Martin

  8. Johnny May 27, 2013 at 12:02 am #

    Well aren’t you fabulous! I just love this blog. Not only do you write succinctly but also quite thoughtfully and in a way that evokes a lot of nice imagery for the reader.

    It helps that you’re smoking hot and also an intellectual but I figured I’d the blog a shout out instead of simply salivating over you (which isn’t nearly as fun as a good scotch and a debate over Nietzsche!)

    PhD Student Trapped in Las Vegas

  9. rick romano September 22, 2013 at 3:14 am #

    Yeah, you rock bro – you’ve gotta be Aquarian. Tell me it’s so. I feel like you’re ‘the crossover’ porn performer we’ve all been waiting for.

  10. Jonathan March 29, 2014 at 3:32 pm #

    Just wanted to say I loved the article. I had one of the sweetest romances of my life with a porn star – Adam Faust.

    He’s gone now and I’m married to someone else…..but I miss him. I remember he would sometimes say something like “Can we cuddle tonight, I’m tired from 8 hours of having sex under lights and I had to do Caverject etc”…..It was just cute to me. And perfectly understandable.

    I hope people read and think about what you wrote…..although I know people are hard-headed when it comes to their beliefs.

    Anyway, thanks so much – I enjoyed reading it.

    • Conner Habib March 29, 2014 at 8:36 pm #

      Thank you – I loved watching Adam, and we had an email correspondence before I was in porn. He was kind-hearted and caring. I appreciate you sharing and reading.

  11. Mike May 4, 2014 at 5:12 pm #

    Just wanted to say that you are so cool! Saw a couple of videoclips of you on something like NextNewVideo and it’s so clear that you are very comfortable in your own skin – you are just extremely honest! In one segment, you said that you’re dick size is about 6″ – you definitely could have lied and said that it’s about 8″. Man, you are just so cool! I hope that you plan on coming to DC on June 8th for Gay Pride – I would love to meet you in person!

  12. Rob August 6, 2014 at 1:24 am #

    Just starting to read your blog but knowing in what I’ve come across so far that I am finding a man who is original, is very comfortable in his own skin and blazes his own path. If life is to strive to be ourselves, then should we not put away our lesser qualities and take it upon ourselves to learn, listen, love and live? As I read your words and consider the thoughts behind the writing, I simply want to write a thank you for putting yourself and your life out there as an example of how to put those aspects into play.

  13. J. Mike Smith March 8, 2015 at 3:55 am #

    Enjoy your wit; keep expressing.

  14. Ali M October 31, 2015 at 2:20 am #

    Hi Connor

    My name is Ali Mushtaq and I’m a PhD Candidate in sociology. I have a question – I was approached by someone in the porn industry in order to be a “model” for their site. I was wondering – do you think I can still be a porn performer and worry about my reputation as an academic?



    • Conner Habib October 31, 2015 at 7:02 pm #

      Hi Ali, best to email me to ask questions like this. Thank you!

  15. wal April 18, 2016 at 2:43 am #

    Hey Conner,

    I just want to say that I am quite young. In fact I am in my early 20s. I have seen several of your videos. I have wondered if I am truly gay because I find most men in public to be rather dull and boring but in porn I find them to be very arousing. I like most of what I see in porn and was wondering if I should try it on someone my age. I am not married and I do not prefer to hit the bars for anything. I have to admit that you seem pretty hot in those steamy scenes. It really brings out the beast in me. I had no idea that an Arab man could be so attractive. By the way I am asian too, if you consider yourself asian yourself. I find you to be very hot in your videos. How much is real and how much isn’t? I don’t suppose that you could have sex for two hours straight and are the moans even real?

    • Conner Habib April 18, 2016 at 10:22 pm #

      Thanks for this. These are questions best left to email. Send me an email and I’ll reply. Thanks!

      • wal May 2, 2016 at 10:26 pm #

        Dear connor,
        You never answered.
        Remember video where you and tum kruger were together.
        Tim: that is nice. Chuckles.
        Conner: just leave it on.

  16. john May 16, 2017 at 9:57 pm #

    I was excited to read that you like Francoise Hardy

  17. billyjmcbee November 17, 2017 at 9:41 pm #

    Came across you via a video on Youtube, on Caitlin’s Channel (AskAMortician – super super adore her!). And then continue the Topic Subject onto your Blog. Keep up the good work ^^


  18. Danny D December 29, 2019 at 9:17 pm #

    Hi Conner. I really enjoyed you on Duncan’s podcast. I am interested in learning more about the concepts you talked about. One idea is that black sorcerers want to obliterate themselves, destroying a part of god, and thus destroying the entire universe. Where do these kinds of ideas come from? Where does this thread pull from? What kind of topics should I google or look into? Thanks!


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