Nepenthes Press, 2006
Numbered 12 of 100 copies designed, printed, bound and signed by book artist Michael Waltz for Nepenthes Press in fall of 2006, second volume in a series of historical absinthe texts. A 1922 essay first translated here into English from the French by Artemis, David Nathan-Maister, and Peter and Sabine Schaf, 8 pages set in type and borders designed by William Morris; hand-marbled French paper endpapers; Japanese cloth-textured card covers. A Minnesota Book Award nominee.
Essays and articles contained in this book were originally printed in Dragon's Blood magazine in the years 2004-2007. Chosen from four issues that are no longer in print, i.e. #1 Beasts of Watery Abyss, #2 Practical Necromancy, #3 Dark Witchcraft, and #5 The Adversary. The list of contents: A Few Thoughts on Tiamat Alchemical Rebirth in the Waters of Tiamat Apep, the Serpent Chaos Demon The Ceremony of Apep Azrael and the Death Principle Invocation of Azrael Coitus cum demone: Incubus and Succubus in Legend and Occult Arts Evil in the Eye of the Beholder Great Journey Backwards - Into The Shadow Embrace Of Infernal Sabbat- In the Desert of Sutuach Invocation of the Four Goddesses of the Sabbat Ladies of Infernal Dimensions – Goddesses of Death and Rulers of the Underworld Ceremony of Persephone Leviathan – "King over all the Sons of Pride" Invocation of Leviathan Luciferian Gnosis Conjuration of Lucifer Niantiel: "Where the last of the borders is crossed" Nitocris – Queen of Ghouls and the Lady of the Pyramid Descent into the Temple of the Sphinx The Dark Side of the Moon: Presentation of the Gamaliel Qlipha The Vision of Gamaliel The End of All Flesh The Path of Cain The Sabbatic Ritual of the Horned God and Goddess
The essays and articles contained in this book were originally oprinted in DRAGON'S BLOOD Magazine in the years 2006-2010. They have been chosen from four remaining issues that were not included in SINISTER PATH Volume 1: #4 Egyptian Magic, #6 Lilith, #7 Samael and # 8" Via Nocturna.
The Draconian Path is an initiatory, spiritual adventure, a beautiful quest for awakwening divine powers in the Initiate through a transformative process of self-knowledge and self-integration. It embraces symbolism and energies of those magical systems, religious beliefs, mythologies, folk-tales and literature which view the Dragon or the Serpent as the Divine Initiator, the Advesary, or simply the Archetype of Primal Terror. It takes the Initiate to the darkest roots of consciousness in order to awaken the power of the Dragon, the Primal Source of Godhhod, within one's soul.
Extremely rare. Paperback. 136 pages.
One of the major lost works, THE VALLEY OF FEAR is an unpublished sketchbook of 20 vigorous, yet haunting, studies from this bleak period. Designed as a companion volume to THE BOOK OF UGLY ECSTASY (Fulgur, 1996), these delicately tinted original drawings have been reproduced in full color.
Among the ancient Germanic peoples, there existed a highly developed current of magical belief, stemming directly from certain practices with the Dead. In this new work, the author has gathered disparate elements of magic, sorcery, and folklore in citing a number of extraordinary methods related to the Dead.
This new work by Richard Ward presents an examination of H.P. Lovecraft's place in the Typhonian Current by tracing Kenneth Grant's interest in the Lovecraft mythos, and his use of its current in Typhonian teaching and ritual..
Stockholm: Trapart, 2017. Limited Edition. This new issue draws extensively on the last year’s conference, Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult, held in London last year, and also includes the usual impressive list of authors and artists that Carl assembles so well. As to the symposium, one purpose was to seek to stitch together the ongoing split between psychoanalysis and the occult with contributors Gary Lachman, Dr. Stephen Reisner, Peter Grey, Alkistis Dimech, Val Denham, Carl Abrahamsson, Dr. Ingo Lambrecht, and others. Limited Edition. 248 pages. Octavo.
Germany: Theion Publishing, 2017. Limited to 725 copies. Premium cloth volume, bound blue-grey, with custom moiré end papers, headbands, and embossed panel, and printed on a special sheet of Design paper, wood-free. Illustrated with a color plate by Erica Fervel, and several additional images in black and white. 176 pages. Royal octavo. A new volume examines the cult of Saturn as practiced across the world through the ages, with special emphasis on the Saturnian gnosis as well as its ritual practices, both exoteric and esoteric. The book is being published posthumously as Dr. Moros recently passed away while on a trek in the Kush. THE CULT OF THE BLACK CUBE is a fascinating collection of esoteric texts, traditions and techniques that explores the essence of the mysterious Saturn death cult. Over the centuries, traces of this Mystery have been found in many varied occult traditions. This book must be considered essential for advanced LHP practitioners, and contains material for devotees of both Eastern and Western chthonic and saturnine Gnosis.
Paperback. A study on the artistic legacy of Aleister Crowley, with particular focus on his output in Cefalu, Sicily 1920 - 1923. Contains essay by Robert Buratti Stephen J. King, William Breeze, Tobias Churton, Marco Pasi and Giuseppe Di Liberti. The official catalogue for the Palermo Collection as exhibited in Australia 2012 - 2013. Published by Buratti Fine Art.
Signed by Robert Burrati