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Lux Haeresis: The Light Heretical (Standard Edition) (Used)
by Schulke, Daniel A.
Publisher: Xoanon Publishing Ltd
Book ID: XOAN20111, XOAN20111
'Let not the Eye of the Seer be divided from the Body Entire. Even in stasis so-call’d, image-revelation is kinesthetic, for the motions of the Beholding Eye are driven by the contours of signacula comprising the image in totality, and which first arose from the dancing Hand of the Divine Artist. Thus, in Beholding, the flesh of all Image is venerated by phantom-touch; caressed, as it were, by the Eye, in adoration …thus the Beloved becomes the Witching Apple.' -- Lux Haeresis: Principia
The principal concern of the work is the Arcana of the Witch's Eye and its mutual interaction with Sentient Luminosity. Treating the twin mysteria of Ocular Malediction (the so-called Evil Eye), and Seership or 'The Sight', the book proceeds beyond this duality unto the realm of Telaesthesis --the unique perceptual modalities of the Witches' Sabbath, grand abberator of the sensorial field.
Explored in detail is the magical relation between Hand and Eye, the Body of Void, and the vivification of the Magical Image. As a magico-poetic cartography of the illuminant metaphysic present in the folkloric strata of traditional witchcraft, The Light Heretical serves as both homage and grimoire to its Luciferan arcana.
The book is octavo format, 144 pages, printed on heavy paper, with thirteen illustrations by the author. The work is available in two editions:
A standard hardcover edition in gray cloth, strictly limited to 729 copies
A deluxe edition in three-quarters black goat, with a felt-lined slipcase of gray cloth, strictly limited to 81 copies
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