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Pathways in Modern Western Magic

cover-Pathways in Modern Western Magic edited by Nevill Drury
$39.95
edited by Nevill Drury

6x9 in., Paperback, 484 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-9843729-9-7

This exciting multi-authored volume provides a fascinating overview of the many different pathways that help define esoteric belief and practice in modern Western magic. Included here are chapters on the late 19th century Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the influential Thelemic doctrines of Aleister Crowley, and the different faces of the Universal Goddess in Wicca and the Pagan traditions.

$39.95

Lady Midnight: A Novel by James Robert French

Lady Midnight: A Novel by James Robert French
$12.95

5.5 x 8.5 in, B&W, paperback, 290pp.
ISBN: 978-0-9843729-8-0

Fifteen years ago, they murdered her lover and pinned the crime on her. Now, Andrea Styx uses her psychic abilities and occult training in the service of an organization dedicated to the downfall of a corrupt system. But the arrival of a new protege brings her past screaming to her own back door, and awakens doubts about the purpose to which she has dedicated her life.

She has a plan.

The Cosmos has other ideas…

$12.95

Blessing of the Sun: Poetry by Christine Berger

Blessing of the Sun by Christine Berger
$18.00

5.5 x 8.5 in, B&W, Hardcover, cream paper, 98pp.
ISBN:978-0-9843729-6-6

$18.00

The Heretic’s Guide to Thelema Volumes 2 & 3

The Heretic’s Guide to Thelema Volumes 2 & 3 cover
$18.95

The Heretic’s Guide to Thelema
Volumes 2 & 3

New Aeon English Qaballa and The Ethics of Thelema

6x9 inches, 266 pages, Illustrated, Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-9843729-7-3


This is volume 2 and 3 of a new edition of a now classic work from a long-time practitioner of Thelema. It is a expression of his experience in a variety of forms of Thelema and a number of Thelemic institutions. Some will object, and thelemically, they are welcome to do so. But the Magi have always learned from Nature and so we must note that although Nature abhors a vacuum, She hates monocultures: She always and only destroys them. Variety and diversity only will strengthen the current of Thelema. As it is said: Success is your proof.

$18.95

The Book of the Horned One: A Gate of Pan Magick

The Book of the Horned One cover
$40.00

7x10 in., Hardcover, 340 pp.
Lavishly Illustrated
ISBN: 978-0-9843729-5-9

About the Book

For me the most fundamental path, the most primal path, is that of the beginning, the Nameless (before speech), the Infinite (before time), The One who is All and None. There is no name for this, no label for the wild stirrings that fill and inform my mind, heart and body—so I call it Pan. In this way it has a presence, a body, a focus, a BEING, and so in this way I have been able to converse with, play with, make love with, consume and be consumed by the primal wilderness archetype that fills me, one that is truer than all other illusions. Through a mask the unnamable is approachable, and Pan is the ultimate mask of endless contradictions united, of seeing the divine in One, in All and in None —all at once.

$40.00

The Book of the Great Queen: The Many Faces of the Morrigan from Ancient Legends to Modern Devotions

$29.99
7x10 in. Paperback, 506 pp. Illustrated.
$29.99

The Heretic’s Guide to Thelema Volume 1: New Aeon Magick

Heretic's Guide to Thelema Volume One cover
$17.95
6x9in., Paperback, 208 pp. 1st of 2 in series.
ISBN: 978-0-9843729-3-5

This book is a new edition of a now classic work from a long-time practitioner of Thelema. It is a expression of his experience in a variety of forms of Thelema and a number of Thelemic institutions. First written as an explanation for the author’s young children, this recently corrected and improved version is a unique presentation of Thelema as it is actually lived. It is valuable to us all not because it is right, or orthodox, or for any other reason but that is IS. Thelema needs every form itself to be manifest in order for its full potential to be realized.

$17.95

Tantric Thelema

Book cover
$19.95
6x9 in., Paperback, 116pp.
$19.95