• The Litanies of Thoth guides the reader deeply into the mysteries of communication with the Great God Djehuty via rites of divination and above all esoteric prayer. After a discussion on the power and essence of prayer within a mystery tradition an entire prayer book for the liturgical year is offered to the practitioner of Khemetic/Netjerist Gnosis. Following the modified Coptic calendar (with the Gregorian calendar alongside it), powerful esoteric prayers are given for every day of the year and important holy days and feasts are noted. The author introduces various methods of employing the prayers for theurgical and magical purposes and has appended a table of Isopsephy to allow further and deeper exegesis of the mystical texts. In addition, various intriguing methods of divination are presented. [Read full description] Bibliographic Details:
    • 432 pages, page format: 100 x 153 mm
    • high-quality wood-free, half-matte coated paper (100gsm)
    • incl. several b/w illustrations by the author,
    • Surbalin gold endpapers,
    • headbands, ribbon, rounded spine.
    Cloth Hardcover Edition (In Stock):
    • bound in fine Bamberger Kaliko gold cloth,
    • deep blue embossing on front and spine,
    • limited to 720 copies.
    The Cloth Hardcover Edition is in stock and shipping. The Auric Edition will ship between July 14 and 16, 2021.
  • This groundbreaking release is the first authoritative work on Ludwig Klages and his pagan metaphysics ever to be published in English. Without a doubt Klages is one of the most intriguing and enigmatic pagan thinkers of the early 20th Century. A figure of great controversy, he radically rejected Christianity and Monotheism in favor of a pan-daemonic paganism. Advocating the return to primordial states of consciousness through magico-erotic encounters with the living powers of the ensouled cosmos, Klages was a driving force in the notorious Cosmic Circle of German mystics. Thoroughly edited and annotated by David Beth this work by Dr. Gunnar Alksnis features additional essays by Dr. Volker Zotz, successor of Lama Anagarika Govinda and head of the Arya Maitreya Mandala Order of Tantric Buddhism and Prof. Paul Bishop of the University of Glasgow. [Read full description]

    Bibliographic details:
    • 208 pages, 165x235 mm,
    • printed on high quality Munken paper (120gsm),
    • incl. 8 greyscale photo-reproductions.
    Cloth Hardcover Edition (in stock) 
    • bound in Telluric Brown fine cloth,
    • front embossing, lettering on spine, headbands.
    • Limited to 720 copies only. 
  • The transgressive cultus of the wild, blood-thirsty and demon-slaying Matrikas (“little Mothers”) is amongst the most fascinating but least treated areas of South Asian spirituality and magic. Exploring the rich history of the Matrika Cult as well as the tantric background in which it has survived, Ferocious takes the reader deep into initiatic terrain. [Read full description] Bibliographic details:
    • 272 pages, 165×235 mm, stitched.
    • printed on wood-free high quality paper (115gsm).
    • 7 original full page b/w illustrations by Erica Frevel; additional photo reproductions.
    • Surbalin endpapers.
    Cloth Hardcover Edition (In stock)
    • Bound in shiny red fine cloth.
    • Embossing, lettering on spine, headbands.
    • Limited to 756 copies only.
  • A truly spellbinding work, The Book of Flesh and Feather is the central liturgical and ritual book of a devoted group of initiates of the Great Djehuty. The Book of Flesh and Feather is a grand theurgical opus which includes a large number of ritual instructions, exorcisms, spells, amulets, and hymns which invoke the Great God and exalt His BA. The entire ritual cycle aims first at inducing a necessary state of Chaos after which the theurgist is slowly pulled into the Light of Djehuty’s Gnosis. Concluding the work is an elaborate initiatory ceremony which allows the operator to become the Word of God and go forth as an emanation of the Deity. [Read full description] Bibliographic details:
    • 272 pages, 225×294 mm (portrait)
    • 2 color print on wood-free high quality paper (135gsm),
    • original b/w illustrations by the author,
    • golden endpapers,
    • rounded spine, headbands.
    Cloth Hardcover Edition (IN STOCK)
    • bound in fine blue buckram cloth,
    • gold embossing front, back and spine,
    • fine ribbon,
    • limited to 710 copies only.
    The Cloth Hardcover edition is in stock and shipping.
  • 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. Corrected and revised, this second edition features a new 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] Bibliographic details:
    • 192 pages, 165x235 mm,
    • printed on wood-free high quality Lessebo Design paper (115gsm),
    • Surbalin metallic endpapers.
    Cloth Hardcover Edition (In stock):
    • Bound in deep black fine cloth,
    • front embossing, lettering on spine, headbands, book ribbon,
    • limited to 903 copies.
    62,- EUR + shipping, incl. VAT if applicable
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