"This book collects a number of relevant essays, including "Liber Al and the 50 Gates of Babalon" by Steven Ashe; "Aleister Crowley - Good Idea of the 20th Century" by Snoo Wilson; "Liber Samekh and the Holy Guardian Angel" by Shantidevi; "Austin Osman Spare: A Life in Pictures 1900-1956" by Robert Ansell; "Enochian Magick" by Steve Nicholls; "Sound Workshop" by Jan Fries; "The Mysteries of Lam" by Michael Staley; "Cut Up and Collage in Magick" by Dave Lee; and "BABALON" by M.C. Medusa."
Long awaited, this work has been expanded to more than 130 pages, and is replete with more than 40 pages of color and black and white plates related to the works, teachings, and writings of Kenneth Grant with some never before seen items and illustrations.
Crowley's most famous novel. A young girl is drawn into a magical war between two men and is forced to choose between them. The reader is taken through an incredible series of magical intrigues involving a Black Lodge. Written from personal experience, this work describes the methods and theories of modern magical practices. First published in 1917.
Nightshades is the record of one remarkable magician's exploration of the inverse regions of the Tree of Life. Aleister Crowley's Liber 231 provides the map and Kenneth Grant's Nightside of Eden a travelogue.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2014. Limited Enhanced Edition. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. A new and enhanced cloth edition, sewn, in dust jacket, matching the previous volumes in the series. Twenty pages of plates, including many in color, and several of these were not in previous editions, but have only recently emerged from private collections. Frontispiece. Two very special works aided the preparation of this edition by Michael Staley. First, Kenneth Grant’s personal, annotated copy of the Muller edition of NIGHTSIDE was borrowed in order to create this new definitive edition. Also, there was the most helpful loan of the author's original carbon of the typescript, which has proven useful in resolving some queries. As per usual, the work has been re-set, corrected, and indexed. 302 pages. Octavo.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2016. Limited Edition. Steffi Grant designed illustrated dust jacket. London: Starfire Publishing, 2016. Limited Edition. 592 pages, indexed. This new enhanced edition of this classic will feature a totally re-set and corrected text, with thirty-two pages of color plates, including six new original images. Starfire has also provided a new index. This book is comprised of an extended analysis and commentary on Liber OKBISh, The Book of the Spider, a transmitted text received in the course of the Workings of New Isis Lodge in the 1950s. The New Isis Lodge was the final name given to a magical group developed by Kenneth and Steffi Grant over several years in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The main body of work by New Isis Lodge extended from the years 1955 to 1962, and it was on his experiences within this Lodge, that Kenneth Grant was later to publish his the nine volumes which has come to be known collectively as the Typhonian Trilogies. Including several O.T.O. members from Crowley’s day, an insight into some of their methods is given in Hecate’s Fountain (Starfire Publishing, London, 2014). Another transmitted text, the Wisdom of S’lba, together with several chapters of commentary and analysis, is published in Outer Gateways.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2015. Limited Enhanced Edition. A Fine Hardcover Volume in dust jacket. The volume is sewn for durability, and matches the earlier enhanced editions in the Trilogies series. Edited by Michael Staley. The republishing of the enhanced editions of the Typhonian Trilogies continues with the release of the seventh volume in the series, OUTER GATEWAYS, which opens the third and final trilogy.
Crowley's mystical and magical study of the drug. "Nature teaches us, and the Oracles also affirm, that even the evil germs of matter may alike become useful and good." - Zoroaster. Hand bound wraps with parchment overlay. Crowley - Thelema series I. Edited, with notes and corrections, by Adrian Axworthy
The Red Goddess takes you through a tale of sex, drugs and violence. This is an ecstatic journey through the unheard history of Babalon. This is an explicit and challenging vision of a very modern goddess coming into power. From Revelations, back through the Ishtar Gate and forward into a living modern magickal current. This is more than a history, it is a passionate account of living magick and the transcendent power of Love.