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Liber Nigri Solis: An Aeonic Astrochymical Grimoire of the Black Sun. (Out of Print)
by Voronov, Victor (ed)
Publisher: Theion Publishing
Book ID: A8833, A8833
Liber Nigri Solis: An Aeonic Astrochymical Grimoire of the Black Sun.
[Anon] edited by Victor Voronov ( Introduction by Dr. Eva Kingsepp of Stockholm University ).
Friedberg [ Germany ]: Theion Publishing, 2013. First Edition Thus Hardcover, Octavo (16.5 × 23.5cm - approx 6.5 x 9.3 inches), 288pp. Bound in full ivory cloth, with black design on front board and black lettering to spine. 10 full page halftone illustrations, various other illustrations. Standard edition: limited to 540 hand-numbered copies. From the publishers: "Liber Nigri Solis, edited by Victor Voronov, elaborates the occult, magical and initiatory work of two esoteric orders [Arcanum Ordo Nigri Solis and Ordo Hermeticum Sinistrum]. Presenting the aeonic history, mythic imagery, and arcane aesthetics of the Black Sun along with its alchemical and astrological aspects and significances, this opus includes a concise though multi-faceted esoteric system in theory and practice suitable for work with the Black Sun on microcosmic, mesocosmic, and macrocosmic levels. It will enable solitary practitioners and occult colleagues alike to cultivate the Gnosis of the Sol Niger through self-initiatory workings, rites, and operations of sinister alchemy." The first release of the "complete edition of Liber Nigri Solis," being a substantially enlarged, edited and revised version of a work first published in very limited number in 2009.
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