Feared, bedeviled and vilified but also venerated, adored and embraced, Saturn and his shadowy powers have strongly influenced the spiritual and magical life of cultures and individuals for millennia. Concentrating especially on His antinomian and anti-cosmic character, The Cult of The Black Cube
is a seminal study on the occult essence and esoteric significance of Saturn in theory and practice. The third edition features a foreword by Dr. Tomas Vincente, author of The Faceless God,
and an elaborate essay by David Beth on the Saturnine deity entitled "Clavis Saturni: A Kosmic Heresy". [Read full description]
Cloth Hardcover Edition:
- 192 pages, 165x235 mm,
- printed on wood-free high quality Lessebo Design paper (115gsm),
- Surbalin deep black endpapers.
- Bound in silver metallic fine cloth,
- front embossing, lettering on spine, headbands, book ribbon,
- limited to 900 copies.