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One, The Grimoire of the Golden Toad (Out of Print)
by Chumbley, Andrew
Book ID: A5965, A5965
Xoanon 2000. This is the rarest of the Xoanon published titles. Its full title is ONE / THE GRIMOIRE OF THE GOLDEN TOAD / A Mystery-text serving to reveal the Arcana of / SABATRAXAS / being / An exposition of the Antient / Wicce-craft Initiation into the / Mysteries of Toadmanship, / known unto the Wise as / "The Waters of the Moon" / Here transcribed by A:. / For all who seek the Way of the Lonely Road".
This is number 54 of 77 copies issued. This edition was hand-bound in silver-stamped black faux leather and is a particularly fine copy. The enclosed outer envelope is sigilized "Sabatrachion" by Chumbley, and inscribed "for Ked". Within is a red card stock enclosure with printed verse beginning "Seventy-seven Souls for Lamech" and personally sigilized. Within the outer red card is a black card with sigil entirely done by hand in gold and silver inks, entitled "The Grimoire Sabatrachion". Also enclosed is a smaller white envelope sigiziled and labeled "Blackthorn" / "Toadskin". The enclosed blackthorn is approximately 1.5 inches in length. The triangular black and white toadskin panel is approximately 2 inches at the base by 1.5 inches on the other two sides, and is decorated underneath with green and gold paints.
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