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Mitchell Nolte
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"Behold the believers of all beliefs! Whom do they hate most? The one who breaks up their tables of values, the breaker, the lawbreaker; he however is the creator." Also Sprach Zarathustra

Through Images May I show my esoteric love unto Babalon and through her the Great Work.

I love the occult, the mysterious, ineffable and numinous, - life measured by the degree to which an idea, aspiration, object seeks to lift one's mind to the hidden side of things
as Novalis described it - the outer world is an inner world that has been raised to the condition of secrecy.

Current Residence: Melbourne, Australia
deviantWEAR sizing preference: medium
Favourite genre of music: black, death, doom metal, alternative, neofolk
Favourite style of art: digital painting, oil painting, engraving,
Operating System: PC
Personal Quote: No one gets out of here alive.


Dweller of the Cicilician Caves
This is a concept of Typhon drawn from my own readings, thoughts and meditations and magick too. The work is itself a chtonic vessel, an earthenware tomb under a volcano.

Es giebt drei Bilder des Menschen, welche unsre neuere Zeit hinter einander aufgestellt hat und aus deren Anblick die Sterblichen wohl noch für lange den Antrieb zu einer Verklärung ihres eignen Lebens nehmen werden: das ist der Mensch Rousseau’s, der Mensch Goethe’s und endlich der Mensch Schopenhauer’s. Von diesen hat das erste Bild das grösste Feuer und ist der populärsten Wirkung gewiss; das zweite ist nur für wenige gemacht, nämlich für die, welche beschauliche Naturen im grossen Stile sind und wird von der Menge missverstanden. Das dritte fordert die thätigsten Menschen als seine Betrachter: nur diese werden es ohne Schaden ansehen; denn die Beschaulichen erschlafft es und die Menge schreckt es ab. Von dem ersten ist eine Kraft ausgegangen, welche zu ungestümen Revolutionen drängte und noch drängt; denn bei allen socialistischen Erzitterungen und Erdbeben ist es immer noch der Mensch Rousseau’s, welcher sich, wie der alte Typhon unter dem Aetna, bewegt. Gedrückt und halb zerquetscht durch hochmüthige Kasten, erbarmungslosen Reichthum, durch Priester und schlechte Erziehung verderbt und vor sich selbst durch lächerliche Sitten beschämt, ruft der Mensch in seiner Noth die ‚heilige Natur‘ an und ... und schreit nach Licht, Sonne, Wald und Fels. Und wenn er ruft: ‚nur die Natur ist gut, nur der natürliche Mensch ist menschlich‘, so verachtet er sich und sehnt sich über sich selbst hinaus: eine Stimmung, in welcher die Seele zu furchtbaren Entschlüssen bereit ist, aber auch das Edelste und Seltenste aus ihren Tiefen herauf ruft. [There are three images of man that our times have created, one after another and from the contemplation of which mortals will, for a long time to come, take motivation for the transformation of their own lives: that is Rousseau’s man, Goethe’s man, and finally, Schopenhauer’s man. Of these, the first has the greatest fire and can be certain of its most popular effect; the second is made for only a few, namely for those that are contemplative natures in a great style and it is misunderstood by the masses. The third requires the most active men as its observers and only those will look at it without coming to any harm, since it tires out the contemplative ones and it scares off the masses. From the first (image), a strength went out that moved and still moves towards stormy revolutions, since, in all socialistic upheavals and earthquakes, it is still Rousseau’s image of man that moves the ancient Typhon at the foot of Mt. Aetna. Held down and nearly squashed by haughty classes, merciless wealth, spoiled by priests and by bad education, and, ashamed of itself in the face of ridiculous customs, man, in his despair, calls out to “holy nature” and…cries out for light, sun, forest and mountains. And when he shouts, “only nature is good, only natural man is human”, he despises himself and yearns beyond himself: a mood in which the soul is ready for terrible resolutions, but also calls up from its depths the most noble and rare.]
- Nietzsche
excerpt from…
Concept of the fallen angel Kokabiel, part of a images I made for the upcoming book by  Michael W Ford "Fallen Angels, Watchers and the Witches Sabbat"
The Road to Wavre: Scourge of War Waterloo
Another work I made for Scourge of War. Grouchy, Gerard and Vandamme discuss in the foreground the road to take, a local villager was brought forward to provide information. Ultimately the path taken took the much needed corps under Grouchy's command, away from the main battle at Waterloo, no doubt a factor that further assured Napoleon's defeat.
Ode to Hoelderlin

I have been working with Artrage more recently and just from the scraps of a portrait of Hoelderin i was attempting, this instead came out of it. Overall I am very impressed with Artrage with its resemblance to real paint and real colour mixing and movement of paint over a textured surface. I have Painter also and I would have thought it the best and certainly it is the more expensive one of the two, but no i must conclude that Artrage is far better and far cheaper in my experience
Sub Umbra Alarum IHVH
Inspired by the beautiful work of Sascha Schneider among other things on ones journey to the heart of the Sun



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chricko Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2017
Amazing art!
EternalTerminus Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017
Some impeccable work here.
You have some terrifying yet utterly lovely work in your gallery full of occult themes, which I love. I feel honored to be watching!
Mitchellnolte Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
thank you!!
Orphydian Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist…

requested for  my group
Scharmhorst Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015
You should try a Conan the Barbarian or Cult of the snake depiction
Mitchellnolte Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for the idea - i do like the Conan the Barbarian world and its legends. doubt i could match the greatness of the depictions by Brom, Frazetta and others but i will give it a try when i have some free time!
RuvellKhaosArt Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2015   Traditional Artist
Really impressed by your Visions intense work! Amazing
Mitchellnolte Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thank you!
RuvellKhaosArt Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015   Traditional Artist
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