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Lil Az’H’Az: The Gnosis of the Arachnean by Edgar Kerval (Deluxe Quarter Bound in Leather with Magic Wand, Onyx Stone Mala and CD)
Lil Az’H’Az lil : The Gnosis of the Arachnean gnosis
One of only 11 copies produced!
120 gms high quality paper
3 quarters leather (serpent Texture)
goat skin black leather
stamped foil sigil in grey
made in wood and consecrated in the old shamanic tradition way
carved, and burned
in onyx stone, with wood burn sigil
THE GRIMOIRE OR BOOK OF SPELLS OF POPE HONORIUS (Deluxe Quarter Bound in Leather with Custom Slipcase with Lid)
First Printing of this Edition, a reproduction of a 19th Century Manuscript which belonged to F.G Irwin, a member of Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia, The Society of Eight, the Fratres Lucis and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Issued in a very limited edition of just 65 hand-numbered copies, of which this is copy number 40. Octavo, bound in green cloth over beveled boards with a full green morocco leather spine, an oval title label mounted on the front panel that has been titled and decorated in gilt, & hand-marbled endpapers. 204 pp. The original manuscript, of which this is a facsimile, had been bound into a book. This was disbound and each individual sheet was reproduced onto pure cotton paper – even the blank leaves and the slight foxing that affect them have been reproduced. The sheets were then hand-sewn copying the arrangements of the signatures in the original. The text block was then cased in a quarter Moroccan goatskin binding with traditional bookcloth. The boards are beveled and there is a leather title label gilt blocked with 23½ carat gold leaf. The edges of the title label are embedded into the board. The endpapers are of hand-made Cockerell marbled paper. A bookplate of the Society of Esoteric Endeavour identifies the limitation and the number of each copy. The bookplate of F.G Irwin has been reproduced and that is also tipped in. A fine copy of a fine facsimile of a remarkable manuscript. On publication, subscribers could purchase this book with or without a slipcase. This copy is in a very special case – a top-loading fleece-lined solander case, much different & far superior to any others we have seen on this title. The case has marbled paper boards, the front & rear sides are mounted with bevel-edged panels of green morocco leather, both sides bearing the title labels as on the front cover of the book; the spine panel has a finely printed paper title label; all with a snug-fitting top of marbled paper over board. This is obviously a deluxe issue of the slipcase, making this a very special copy of the book. Both the book and the slipcase are in fine / as new condition. It should be noted that this was the first book issued under the imprint of The Society for Esoteric Endeavour.
LIBER FALXIFER III: The book of 52 Stations of the Crosses of Nod by N.A-A.218 (Limited Edition Hardcover) Import
Regular Edition: Hardcover book, in black cloth with a gold stamping of Insignia of The Lord of the Crossroads of Nod on the cover, 276 pages, black embossed endpapers, black silk-ribbon bookmark. Full colour dustjacket. First Edition of 1300 copies, each book consecrated and hand numbered.
The Third Book of Falxifer focuses in its entirety on the Four Lines of the Necrosophic Qayinite Path and upon the aspects and virtues of the Master and what we within the Current 182 understand as being His main Points of Becoming and Overcoming, disclosing for the first time the specific essences presented earlier in the necessitated more ‘general forms of codifications’ that had to be employed before this current state of the unfolding of the Path of Reddened Thorns, Gilded Bones and Black Fire.
Liber Falxifer III reveals, as a third step in the external processes of Sowing the Initiatic Seeds of the Great Internal Work of Qayin’s Temple, not only in a complete manner the Three Lines of Nod treated to different degrees within the earlier books, but also here for the first time discloses in full the previously only hinted at Outlaw Line of Transgression, showing the relevancy of the symbolic addition of the X in FalXifer, as related to the totality of the Four Lines of Nod, opening at the Hidden Core of their intersection the Quintessential and Liminal Fifth Point of Spirit and its Atazothic empowerments towards Liberation…
SOLOMON’S CLAVIS Or Key to Unlock the Mysteries of Magic translated by Frederick Kockley (Quarter Bound in Leather Talismanic Limited Edition)
Ebenezer Sibly, Solomon’s Clavis, or Key to Unlock the Mysteries of Magic, Society of Esoteric Endeavour 2008. 306pp of which 150pp carry text, the remaining being blanks. Every page is printed in full colour. Limited Edition of 144 copies each bearing a talisman embedded in the cover, bound in quarter sheepskin leather, every copy is different. Page edges sprinkled.
Sibly wrote the original manuscript c.1800, translating its core from French but also writing many additions including a preface and the talisman designs. The text is entirely different from the Key of Solomon as translated and published by McGregor Mathers. The occult bookseller John Denly (Mr. D. in Bulwer Lytton’s Introduction to Zanoni) sold Sibley’s manuscript for an extraordinary sum to the Duke of Wentworth but whilst in his possession he arranged for Frederick Hockley to make a copy. This copy was then copied by a youthful Robert Cross in 1868 who went one to become the seventh Raphiel, issuing a famous astrological almanac and other books relating to occultism. At some point the copy made by Cross was acquired by Major Irwin, who placed his bookplate upon the preliminaries plus also a cut out of the catalogue description of the Hockley copy (Manuscript…copied from very rare original manuscript with diagrams exquisitely done by a professor). The books offered here is a facsimile reproductions of Irwin copy, also reproducing his bookplate and the catalogue entry. It should be noted that each individual sheet of the original is reproduced, and then the book has been hand sewn in the same sections as the original. So, it is hard to tell from the pages that it is not the original manuscript. Irwin’s bookplate, plus the bookplate on the front pastedown that identifies it as a S.E.E. publication, are both printed on Griffin Mill handmade papers
CONJURATION OF DEVILS AND SPIRITS Treadwell Edition (Quarter Leather Bound Edition of only 120 copies)
First Separate Edition, “To be sold by private treaty”. Quarto, Quarter bound in dark blue morocco leather with raised bands on spine, light blue textured cloth over beveled boards, printed title label on front panel, handmade Italian patterned endpapers. 98 pp., some Illustrations. Issued in a numbered limited edition of 120 copies, this being copy No, 105. A fine copy, without dust jacket, as issued.
First published 1665 as an appendix to Third Edition of Reginald Scot’s DISCOVERIE OF WITCHCRAFT, this text has none of Scot’s scepticism but is written by a practitioner for practitioners. This exceedingly rare volume consists of two books, with Book I being ‘Conjuration for Magicians and the More Learned Sort of Conjurers’ and Book II being ‘A Discourse Concerning the Nature and Substance of Devils and Spirits’. Book I describes in detail magical circles, fumigations and fire, magical garments and utensils, the raising and exorcising of spirits, and “How to obtain the familiarity of the Genius or Good Angel, and cause him to appear.”Book II describes the good and evil Daemon or Genii, astral spirits, infernal spirits, “the nature, force and forms of charms, periapts, amulets, pentacles, conjurations, ceremonies, etc.,” and “divers ancient spells, charms, incantations, and exorcisms.”
OPUSCULA MAGICA Volume 1: Essays on Witchcraft and the Sabbatic Tradition by Andrew Chumbley (Ultra Rare Private Printing DELUXE Bound In Leather with Custom Slipcase)
One of only 11 copies produced in full Morocco leather with slipcase for private distribution. This is number 3 of 11
Book is in new unread condition
The Opuscula Magica treats in four volumes the short exegetical works on magic by the British occult author Andrew D. Chumbley (1967-2004). The series presents his magical essays, homilies, and other obscure works which originally appeared in small-circulation occult journals now out of print. Each volume presents a series of collated works, some revised or updated prior to his death, as well as a number of writings and illustrations previously unpublished. Together with his grimoire-texts of the magical order Cultus Sabbati, these ‘minor works on magic’ are the origination-point and foundation texts of Sabbatic Witchcraft and Crooked Path Sorcery, two of Chumbley’s most important contributions to the Art Magical. With the intent to make these works more widely available to scholars and magical practitioners, the series is printed and bound in a fine book format suited to their study and preservation. The series editor is Daniel A. Schulke.
Volume I: Essays on Witchcraft and the Sabbatic Tradition
152 pp, illustrated
THE WEIRD OF HALI: INNSMOUTH by John Michael Greer (Signed Limited Edition Hardcover)
One of only 500 signed and hand numbered hardcover copies. Each copy will be custom and signed by the author and strictly limited to only 500 hand numbered copies.
There Are Two Sides To Every Story
Like every other grad student at Miskatonic University, Owen Merrill knows about the Great Old Ones, the nightmare beings out of ancient legend that H.P. Lovecraft unearthed from archaic texts and turned into icons of modern fantasy fiction. Then a chance discovery—a lost letter written by Lovecraft to fellow Weird Tales author Robert Blake—offers a glimpse into the frightful reality behind the legends, and sends Owen on a desperate quest for answers that shatters his familiar world forever.
As he flees across the witch-haunted Massachusetts landscape toward the mysterious seaside town of Innsmouth, Owen finds himself caught up in a secret war between the servants of the Great Old Ones and their ancient enemies, a war in which yesterday’s friend may be tomorrow’s foe and nothing is as it seems. The history of the world is not what he has been taught—and the tentacles reaching out for him from the shadows of a forbidden past may hold not only his one chance of escape from the terrifying forces closing around him, but the last hope of life on Earth…