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The Satyr's Sermon (Standard Edition in quarter morocco with slipcase) (Used)
by Chumbley, Andrew D.
Publisher: Xoanon Publishing Ltd
Book ID: XOAN20091, XOAN20091
Xoanon Publishing announces publication of The Satyr's Sermon, by Andrew D. Chumbley, in Autumn 2009. Completed in early 2004, the Sermon formed a portion of the "Monadic Transmission" series of texts originally issued in hand-written, hand-illustrated editions of one copy only.
This unique grimoire concerns the sorcerous precept of Unfettered Desire, as expounded in parable form by the twin sexual hypostases of the Sabbatic Agapae. The book gives voice to a connubial dialectic patterned upon 26 aphoristic formulae or "Sermons" and their accompanying calligraphic sigils. As a whole, the book exposits diverse formulae of magical adoration, invoking the eternal mystae of The Beloved.
The Satyr's Sermon is 84 pages, small format, printed in full letterpress in red, black and gold. It is to be issued in two editions only:
* a standard edition in quarter morocco with slipcase, limited to 333 copies.
* a deluxe edition in full morocco, issued in a specially hand-made oak box, accompanied by a sacramental talisman of the Corpus Satyri, limited to 111 copies.
Due to the limited quantities, only one copy per customer. Domestic shipment by Priority Mail with insurance is $10.00. Priority shipment to Canada with insurance is $25.00. International Priority shipping to other countries with insurance is expected to be $32.00.
The Accidental Shaman: Journeys with Plant Teachers and Other Spirit Allies
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