The Kybalion has been the subject of intrigue and speculation for over 100 years. It claims to present the most ancient and fundamental principles of Egyptian philosophy, pulled from the Hermetic lore of the god Djehuti himself. Its authors are unknown, its sources impossible to verify, and even its publication is cloaked in mystery. Yet the seven principles of The Kybalion are not only startlingly parallel to our most recent understandings of ancient Egyptian philosophy, they are also undeniable, meaningful and relevant to everyday life. The Kybalion repeatedly references how its seven principles (Mentalism, Correspondence, Vibration, Polarity, Rhythm, Cause and Effect, and Gender) can be seen in the workings of modern science. Although this book was composed in 1908, these statements appear even more accurate today. The latest revelations from the world of scientific inquiry suggest that The Kybalion's seven laws may very well describe the nature of our visible Universe. If they do, indeed, describe the fundamental workings of our material world and nature, it follows that these same laws can be used to be better understand our own lives and the way things work around us.
Stockholm: Trapart, 2017. Limited Edition. This new issue draws extensively on the last yearís 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 moirť 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.
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'The Secret Source' reveals the actual occult doctrines that gave birth to 'The Law of Attraction', the basis of 'The Secret'. It asks the question: Why did it only divulge one of the seven hermetic laws when all are interdependent on the others for success?
Three Hands Press, 2017. Limited Edition in dust jacket, printed on heavy art stock and featuring the original and evocative images of Marzena Ablewska, known for her disturbing depictions of botanical specimens, diablerie, and the sinister feminine. This work examines the history and magic of herbs associated with Satan and his minions, delving into the folklore of ancient Europe and the British Isles. Boyer contributed an excellent article on seed in European folk magic in the new WYRD journal offered below. This new book examines the diabolical concept of the Wild Adversary and the Devil's Garden, Temptation, plants that harm and curse such as Blackberry, Stinging Nettle, Briar Rose, and Thistle, poisonous plants, herbs of evil omen, protective herbs, or even those Plants to keep the Dark Prince at bay. 176 pages. Tall octavo.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2008. First limited, enhanced edition. The long awaited re-issue of this classic from the Typhonian Trilogy, the fifth volume of the series. This enhanced edition has many important corrections and new typesetting, a complete index, and new art work by Steffi Grant including new plates not among those in the 1980 edition (several of which are now in color). Mr. Grant has based this work on his meetings and rapport with Austin Osman Spare and Aleister Crowley, exploring their ideas against a backdrop of HPB's SECRET DOCTRINE, Crowley's BOOK OF THE LAW, Lovecraft's NECRONOMICON, and the researches of Frater Achad. OUT OF PRINT.
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.
1994, Skoob Books Publishing, London.
In excellent condition. Light shelf wear. Pages are unmarked. Boards are solid and binding is tight. This edition is out of print.
Present-day exponents of these Mysteries have formed their own cults for the revival and promulgation of this Secret Gnosis. Among them are Aleister Crowley, with his Cult of the Beast and the Scarlet Woman; Charles Stansfeld Jones, with his curious qabalistic researches; Austin Osman Spare, the artist who evolved his own system of sexual sorcery based upon ancient secrets of Witchcraft; and Michael Bertiaux, with his Cult of the Black Snake. Octavo.
First Edition of the Typhonian Classic, published by Frederick Muller Limited in London, 1980.
The Pages are quite yellowed with age but this copy is solid with a good binding and unmarked pages.
This edition is long Out of Print and is quite Rare.
New York: Von Zos, 2017. Limited to 400 copies in royal blue cloth with gilt titles and dust jacket. Smythe-sewn with custom end papers. Twenty-two full color illustrations, plus a colored frontispiece. Octavo.
Scales of the Serpent draws its primary inspiration from Kenneth Grantís 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 Grantís 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 authorís workings within the Ordo Typhonis and, more specifically within the Lamal Lodge.
'John Anthony West's revolutionary reinterpretation of the civilization of Egypt challenges all that has been accepted as dogma concerning Ancient Egypt. In this pioneering study West documents that: Hieroglyphs carry hermetic messages that convey the subtler realities of the Sacred Science of the Pharaohs. Egyptian science, medicine, mathematics, and astronomy were more sophisticated than most modern Egyptologists acknowledge.