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  • The Ninth Arch - Deluxe edition

    Hand-numbered, deluxe edition of only 111 copies - this being #39. Signed by Steffi Grant, quarter-bound leather, marbled boards and slip-cased. Learn More
    £250.00

  • Ontological Graffiti - Deluxe Edition

    Hand numbered deluxe edition of only 88 copies, this being #35. Bound in full leather, gilt edges and titling. Includes unique talismanic ex-libris by the hand of the author, signed. Also signed on limitation page, ribboned and encased in solander box. Learn More
    £495.00

  • Apocalyptic Witchcraft - Deluxe Edition

    A superb copy of the Deluxe "Of the Crows" Fine Edition of Apocalyptic Witchcraft, by Peter Grey. It is a gorgeous book, as are all the fine editions, published by Scarlet Imprint; but this was obviously a labour of love, so no expense was spared in the materials chosen for producing it. Bound in full gold hand-grained morocco, with black crows blocked into front and back, it has black page edges, and heavy black speckled end sheets, and is housed in a sturdy black cloth slip-case. It is a beautiful volume, and an excellent read - poetic, insightful, at times controversial, it is intelligently written, and stands as a manifesto, heralding a unique and very original vision of witchcraft. This fine edition was limited to 81 numbered copies. Learn More
    £350.00

  • Little Essays Towards Truth (rare)

    Cover shows slight signs of damage. Inscription in pen on the first inside page. Otherwise - good condition. Learn More
    £35.00

  • Liber Aleph vel CXI - The Book of Wisdom or Folly

    Fifth edition - 2000. Fine condition. Learn More
    £40.00

  • The Blood of the Earth

    Fine ‘Black Gold’ edition hand bound in full black Nigerian goat, gilt blocked with weeping sun device. Custom marbled oil and gold endpapers, ribboned and presented in a slipcase. Industrial culture is in collapse. There is no infinite growth on a finite planet and oil, our most critical resource, has passed peak. We have entered a period of radical flux, and magic must respond to the world in which it operates, or it is nothing but empty escapism. The Blood of the Earth: An Essay on Magic & Peak Oil is a challenging and radical book. It fuses hard physical science with an adept’s understanding of magic. It is a smart, articulate and devastating piece of writing. You could call it a polemic. You could call it a prophetic work. We believe it is essential reading for the modern magician. Magic, like peak oil, is the voice our civilisation has failed to heed. Greer argues passionately that the answers to our darkening age are to be found in the practice of magic, provided we understand what it can and cannot do. He gives a lucid explanation of how magic works and crucially, where it does not. His vision of the future covers the dangers of political thaumaturgy and the threats of new dictatorships in an increasingly unstable world. Neither does he shy away from a critique of the mind control antics of the black magicians of the advertising industry. Cautionary examples of UFO cults, mysterious assassinations and fake science are all grist for his mill. Whilst attacking the failures of scientific materialism and the empty technological utopias he does not spare the New Age. Instead he presents a tour de force of occult philosophy covering Neoplatonism, Theurgy, Ritual magic, and thinkers as diverse as Aristotle, Giordano Bruno, Joséphin Péladan and Rudolph Steiner. He presents the highly practical mental training methods of magic for countering the tyranny of dualistic thinking. Clearly written and accessible, The Blood of the Earth is part of the fusion of deep ecology and deep paganism we continue to champion, and is equally relevant to heathen, druid, magician and witch. By reading this book you will have a far clearer understanding of the unfolding future. More than that, it will give you clear and direct strategies to break free of the mind forg’d manacles. Learn More
    £295.00

  • Scales of the Serpent (Deluxe)

    Edition of 30 - Signed by the author including a handwritten quote from Liber CCXXXI - Includes several facsimile holographic pages from the author’s private notebooks bound in - Deep red cloth, extensive stamping to front board, slipcase, custom endpapers designed by the author, sewn binding, dustjacket - 8.5 x 5.5 inches, 22 full color illustrations plus a color frontispiece and full bibliography Scales of the Serpent draws its primary inspiration from Kenneth Grant’s Nightside of Eden and the exploration of those realms analogous to what Michael Bertiaux refers to as Universe B. The book comprises the sigils of the cells of the qliphoth from Liber CCXXXI (with commentary) presented in a form intended to facilitate meditation and visionary work in accessing the back of the Tree of Life, the nightside, which prior to Grant’s work had been ignored or denied. A separate and substantial text explores threads leading towards the void which is the gateway to the reverse of the Tree, that noumenal nothing of which the phenomenal something is but the illusory reversed reflection, and gives some indications as to the methods employed and routes taken by earlier explorers, intentionally or otherwise. These particular threads have been picked up and followed as a result of the author’s workings within the Ordo Typhonis and, more specifically, within the Lamal Lodge. Learn More
    £150.00

  • Sola Busca Tarot 1491 - Deluxe Edition

    The only Tarot deck of the 15th century that has come to our day complete with all 78 cards.The first alchemical deck in the history.The deck that, four centuries later, inspired the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot. All cards are full illustrated, for the first time in history, with dynamic characters.The 22 Triumphs depicting heroes of Greek and Roman history and, in two cases, of biblical story: Nenbroto (Nimrod) and Nabuchodenasor (Nebuchadnezzar).The Court Cards and Numerals show scenes of daily life, images of fantasy and alchemical allegories. The symbols are slightly different from the traditional ones: Disks instead of Coins, Clubs instead of Wands; Amphorae instead of Cups. Swords remain Swords. The Sola-Busca Tarot remained for nearly 420 years in a private collection, until in 2008 the Italian State bought the deck and assigned him on deposit at the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan, where in 2012 was made a stunning exhibition. In 1908 the English esotericist Arthur Edward Waite was inspired by Sola-Busca Tarot to create the Rider-Waite Tarot, painted by Pamela Colman Smith.In 1998 the German printer Wolfgang Mayer realized a wonderful version, faithful to the original colors and sizes.Mayer printed only 700 copies, adding to the deck for a warranty card with the serial number and the signature handwritten. Until August 2016 the few remaining decks of the Mayer edition was offered for sale by Giordano Berti in a beautiful book-shaped box, designed by art designer Letizia Rivetti. The same decks WAS available in a Golden box (made with strong golden paper). All the decks, both in Deluxe and in Golden box, have the original warranty certificate handsigned by Mayer in 1998. In 2016, Rinascimento has realized a faithful reprint of the Mayer’s deck. Learn More
    £79.99

  • Sola Busca Tarot 1491

    The only Tarot deck of the 15th century that has come to our day complete with all 78 cards.The first alchemical deck in the history.The deck that, four centuries later, inspired the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot. All cards are full illustrated, for the first time in history, with dynamic characters.The 22 Triumphs depicting heroes of Greek and Roman history and, in two cases, of biblical story: Nenbroto (Nimrod) and Nabuchodenasor (Nebuchadnezzar).The Court Cards and Numerals show scenes of daily life, images of fantasy and alchemical allegories. The symbols are slightly different from the traditional ones: Disks instead of Coins, Clubs instead of Wands; Amphorae instead of Cups. Swords remain Swords. The Sola-Busca Tarot remained for nearly 420 years in a private collection, until in 2008 the Italian State bought the deck and assigned him on deposit at the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan, where in 2012 was made a stunning exhibition. In 1908 the English esotericist Arthur Edward Waite was inspired by Sola-Busca Tarot to create the Rider-Waite Tarot, painted by Pamela Colman Smith.In 1998 the German printer Wolfgang Mayer realized a wonderful version, faithful to the original colors and sizes.Mayer printed only 700 copies, adding to the deck for a warranty card with the serial number and the signature handwritten. Until August 2016 the few remaining decks of the Mayer edition was offered for sale by Giordano Berti in a beautiful book-shaped box, designed by art designer Letizia Rivetti. The same decks WAS available in a Golden box (made with strong golden paper). All the decks, both in Deluxe and in Golden box, have the original warranty certificate handsigned by Mayer in 1998. In 2016, Rinascimento has realized a faithful reprint of the Mayer’s deck. Learn More
    £65.00

  • Focus of Life - Redux

    The Focus of Life: The Mutterings of Aos, is arguably the most biographically significant of all Spare's published works. Often obscure, magical and fragmentary, it invites exploration of a strange Nietzschean landscape through what Spare termed 'the labyrinth of the alphabet.' But the recent discovery of Spare's original conceptual folio for the book, once owned by the respected writer E.M. Forster, has revealed an unseen series of powerful magico-erotic drawings - termed by Spare 'blasphemous Ideographs' - that provide an important key to understanding the 'secret ritual of Self-Love' that underlies this evocative and deeply personal work. This new issue of The Focus of Life provides readers with a high quality facsimile of the 1921 first edition, together with a full colour facsimile of the newly discovered conceptual folio for the project. Drawings too explicit for publication in 1921 have thus been reunited with the magical narrative, providing new insight for those exploring the artist's life and magical philosophy. These important works are further augmented with critical essays from Phil Baker and Robert Ansell. Learn More
    £50.00

  • The Focus of Life (Redux) - Deluxe Edition

    Colour facsimile of conceptual folio - With deluxe slipcase. The Focus of Life: The Mutterings of Aos, is arguably the most biographically significant of all Spare's published works. Often obscure, magical and fragmentary, it invites exploration of a strange Nietzschean landscape through what Spare termed 'the labyrinth of the alphabet.' But the recent discovery of Spare's original conceptual folio for the book, once owned by the respected writer E.M. Forster, has revealed an unseen series of powerful magico-erotic drawings - termed by Spare 'blasphemous Ideographs' - that provide an important key to understanding the 'secret ritual of Self-Love' that underlies this evocative and deeply personal work. This new issue of The Focus of Life provides readers with a high quality facsimile of the 1921 first edition, together with a full colour facsimile of the newly discovered conceptual folio for the project. Drawings too explicit for publication in 1921 have thus been reunited with the magical narrative, providing new insight for those exploring the artist's life and magical philosophy. These important works are further augmented with critical essays from Phil Baker and Robert Ansell. Learn More
    £295.00

  • Starfire - Volume 1 - Number 4

    The premier journal of the Typhonian current. It has consistently featured some of the best articles and artwork of the 93 current, as interpreted by Kenneth Grant, and other members and associates of the Typhonian OTO. This issue includes contributions from Gareth Hewitson-May, Michael Staley, Robert Taylor, Mouse, Stephen Dziklewicz, Peter Smith & many others. This issue has some very interesting articles & illustrations, which delve into the Typhonian magick associated with the Old Ones & the Typhonian current, the dual currents of Horus & Maat, & more. There is an important article by Gareth Hewitson-May, titled "The Mark of the Beast", an article by Mouse on the "Ciphers in Flesh", dealing with the Living Grimoire, and also a significant essay by Michael Staley, on "The Vision & the Voice. In addition, there is some great artwork by Robert Taylor, Peter Smith, Paul Lowe, and others. Learn More
    £85.00

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