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Ars Philtron. Concerning the Aqueous Cunning of the Potion and Its Praxis in the Green Art Magical (Used)
by Schulke, Daniel A.
Publisher: Xoanon Publishing Ltd
Book ID: XOAN20081, XOAN20081
Regarding the edition:
EDITION CODEX VASCULUM (STANDARD EDITION). Midsummer 2008. Number 641 of 720 standard copies casebound in rust cloth with pewter stamping. 272 pp. 27 illustrations. Faint discoloration on spine 1/4 inch in diameter.
Xoanon Publishing Limited announces the imminent release of Ars Philtron, Edition Codex Vasculum. First published in 2001, Ars Philtron was the incepting grimoire of the Verdelet of the Cultus Sabbati. Its primary foci are Sabbatic-alchemical gnosis as manifest through the medium of the Potion, and the applications of the principle formulae of Furnace, Vessel, and Water. Its method and praxis concern the principal Sabbatic philtre types, their arcana, pharmacoepia, formulation, and ritual use. As a grammar of the Art Magical, the work instaurates the Philtre as an emanation of the Vinum Sabbati, the manifest elixir of witch-power. Originally released in a limited edition of 144 standard cloth editions and 9 deluxe editions in green skiver, its unique subject matter and scarcity have placed the volume in high demand in recent years. In the spirit of continuity of vision, and increased interest in our work, Xoanon is re-releasing this important volume in the expanded 'Edition Codex Vasculum' with revised text, additional formulae and illustrations not present in the 2001 release.
Of the Edition Codex Vasculum are 720 standard copies casebound in rust cloth with pewter stamping; 72 deluxe editions bound in bottle-green goatskin with marbled endpapers, gilt stamping, and slipcase; and 11 special slipcased editions for private distribution casebound in brown skiver with marbled endpapers, gilt stamping and slipcase.
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