This is a true story. . . It is a terrible story; but it is also a story of hope and of beauty.
Written by Aleister Crowley, The Diary of a Drug Fiend tells the story of young Peter Pendragon and his lover Louise Laleham, and their adventures traveling through Europe in a cocaine and heroin haze. The bohemian couples’ binges produce visions and poetic prophecies, but when their supply inevitably runs dry they find themselves faced with the reality of their drug addiction.
Many consider Enochiana the most powerful and least understood system of Western Occult practice. This book makes it truly accessible and easy to understand. Crowley’s work was the launching pad for all that followed. Originally published in 1912, it rent the veil of the Inner Order of the Golden Dawn and revealed its most precious jewel for all to see. And now, for the first time, the reader is provided with instructions that bridge the gap between the material and spiritual worlds by integrating Enochiana with Sex Magick. Mr. DuQuette and Dr. Hyatt bring over forty years of practical experience in the field to show you how to start using this powerful system right now. Illustrated.
Stockholm: Edda Publishing, 2013. Limited to 666 hand numbered copies. This volume, the sixth in Carl’s excellent series, contains material by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Michael Horowitz, Frater Achad, Timothy O’Neill, Anton LaVey, Freya Aswynn, Nema, Philip Farber, Kendell Geers, Sasha Chaitow, Shri Gurudev Mahendranath a.k.a. Dadaji, Derek Seagrief, Robert Taylor, Marita, Aki Cederberg, Renata Wieczorek, Gary Dickinson, Vera Nikolich, Robert Morgan, Henrik Bogdan, Alexander Nym, Sara George, Anders Lundgren and Carl Abrahamsson, on topics as diverse as occult London, Tantric quests, rune magic and neurology, Cannabis, LSD, entheogenic influences on culture, the Mega Golem, Aleister Crowley in China, Bogomil Gnostics, decadent French author Josephin Péladan, the birth and death horoscopes of the Great Beast 666, Liber AL vel Legis, the psycho-sexual surrealism of Hans Bellmer, healing, death, the extraterrestrial origins of language, Ernst Jünger’s psychedelic approaches, recent Satanic cinema, the occult potential of contemporary physics, “Babalon” as a magical formula, the mystical art of Sulamith Wülfing and a never before published poem, The Litany of Ra, by Charles Stansfeld Jones a.k.a. Frater Achad. And more... of course! Stockholm: Edda Publishing, 2013. Limited to 666 hand-numbered copies. In quality trade wraps with cover illustration by Fredrik Söderberg in full color. 336 pages. Octavo.
Original 1992, Skoob Books Publishing Edition. Only light edge/shelf wear to Dustjacket, otherwise in great shape. Boards are clean and solid, binding is tight. Pages are clean and unmarked. This edition is long out of print.
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.
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
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.