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Clavis: Journal of Occult Arts, Letters and Experience, Volume 2 (Deluxe Edition) (Used)
Publisher: Three Hands Press
Book ID: CLAVIS02DLX, CLAVIS02DLX
Volume 2 of Clavis Journal is now available.
At over 200 pages of occult text and images, it features more than twice the content of our inaugural edition, with an international fellowship of contributors. Author and scholar Henrik Bogdan discusses the nature of Secrecy in Occult Orders, and Dr. Gordan Djurdjevic explores both the perils and allure of sex magical workings with Our Lady Babalon. In its first major English manifesto, the German magical order Fraternitas Saturni entreats the magical gnosis of Saturn. Esoteric Astrologer Austin Coppock explores baneful celestial powers in his essay "Death From Above", and Michael Howard writes of the Freemason’s Artificer. We are also pleased to include an unpublished ritual and art by Andrew D. Chumbley; research on Arabian magical Talismans; a rite from Cornish Witchcraft practitioner Gemma Gary, and the Faustian essay "Theatre of Personality" by Aaron Piccirillo examines the magic of self-fashioning. We also welcome new contributors Carlos Melgoza, Robert Hull, and AR Craig. Printed on heavy art stock, Volume 2 is also graced by the occult imagery of Madeleine Von Foerster, Billy Davis, Brigid Marlin, Jamie Sweetman, Richard Kirk, John Kleckner, Jose Luis Rodriguez Guerra, Benjamin Vierling, Joseph Uccello, Raven Ebner, and a host of others.
Bound in full burgundy goat with handmade endpapers. Limited to 125 copies only.
Deluxe editions include the signed lithograph Defiled Throne by Carolyn Hamilton-Giles
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