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Conjure Codex, Issue 2: A Compendium of Invocation, Evocation, and Conjuration (New)
by Stratton-Kent, Jake (ed)
Publisher: Hadean Press
Book ID: 9781907881299, 1907881298
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CONJURE CODEX breaks new ground in presenting inter-related material from a range of traditions, embracing ancient cultures, the grimoires, New World traditions and others; by publishing new translations and rare texts alongside accounts of work in these traditions, and elucidations of them. We invite contributions including new translations and analyses of operative systems of spirit magic from around the globe.
The emerald issue of Conjure Codex furthers our goal of presenting a vision of magical practice from across the globe. Invocation, evocation, and conjuration, by people practicing and living their Art.
Table of Contents
- Becoming the Green Mystery by Nicholaj de Mattos Frisvold
- Jesus Malverde: Angel of the Poor by Jamie Alexzander
- The Grimoire of Armadel: A Meeting with Betel by Susanne Iles
- The Testament of Solomon with an introduction by Jake Stratton-Kent
- The Grimoire of Saint Cyprian or The Prodigies of the Devil, Translated and with an introduction by José Leitão
- The Love Spells of the Petit Albert, Translated and with an introduction by Talia Felix
- Cities of Life and Death by Gavin ‘The Fox’ Marriner
- Against the Interim: A Guide to Cutting Out Bureaucracies with Cut-Up, Trance, and Pain by Kent Cockerell
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