ABRAXAS JOURNAL VOL.1 with Daniel Schulke, Aleister Crowley and more – SIGNED Limited Edition Hardcover

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Abraxas Journal Vol.1 Autumn 2009 An International Journal of Esoteric Studies No.1 Autumn Equinox Published by Fulgar 2009. Limited to 200 signed and numbered copies this being copy #8 of 200.

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Abraxas Journal Vol.1 Autumn 2009 An International Journal of Esoteric Studies No.1 Autumn Equinox Published by Fulgar 2009. Limited to 200 signed and numbered copies this being copy #8 of 200.

Book is in fine condition

Published by Fulgur Press

 

Abraxas Issue #1 offers 128 large format pages of essays, poetry, interviews and art. Printed using state-of-the-art offset lithography to our usual high standard. Includes a Manifesto for Abraxas, printed in letterpress.

Customer comments from 2009

“Yesterday I received the ‘Abraxas’ journal and I must say that it is one of the most beautiful publications that you’ve published. The pages are so tight, the artwork is so alive and the whole journal is vibrating with energy…”

“It is a sheer feast for the eyes alone!”

 

This is the large hardback version with limited edition bound print by Francesco Parisi Excellent condition This is the inaugural issue of this publication. It is packed with amazing images, profound essays, illuminative interviews, poetry and more. The highlights include the essay by Daniel A. Schulke The Green Intercessor: Tutelary Spirits and the Transmission of Plant-Magic, which also includes two full page artworks by Schulke; An interview with Francesco Parisi, which includes many fine examples of his artwork, both in colour and black & white; Aleister Crowley’s evocative poem ‘Babalon’ finally finds itself in print more than sixty years after it was written; And an intriguing grey section (printed on heavy grey paper stock) entitled Sorceries of the Threshold: Transgression into the Between States written by Anon. “Francesco Parisi is one of Italy’s most respected and critically acclaimed wood-engravers. His symbolist work has been secured by some of the worlds most prestigious institutions, such as the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, as well as musicians such as COIL. In offering us a hand-printed edition of ‘The Garden of Proserpine’ Francesco is therefore making a very generous gift in support of our inaugural issue.” – Fulgar Literary contributions for this inaugural issue include: The Green Intercessor Tutelary Spirits and the Transmission of Plant-Magic Daniel A. Schulke Caveat Anonyter! A Study of Flying Ointments and their Plants Sarah Penicka-Smith Sorceries of the Threshold Transgression into the Between States Anon The Uncertainty of Illumination Gnosis and Epistemology in Traditional Craft Stuart Inman Lucifer by Starlight An Interview with Francesco Parisi The Third Eye The Fantastic World of Lobsang Rampa Phil Hine Transmutations of Good and Evil Alchemy, Witchcraft and the Graal in the Work of Arthur Machen Edward Gauntlett Skip Witches, Hop Toads Stephen Grasso A Dream of Witchcraft Turned to Nightmare The Five Witches of Albrecht Durer John Callow On Sappho James ButlerIn

 

“It is truly beautiful. I have for a long time searching for something like this… I am of no traditional line of knowledge, more like the psychedelic free-form ritual of alone-in-the-dark-forest, make-your-own-way-through-the-chaos thingy. My mind has been through times of “are there no others, is all this my imagination?” … As time has passed, I have met the others, and I see now, that there are alot of us (and when we get down to the details, maybe all of us, reflecting each other?) This is a timely journal, highly sought after, at least by me and probably a whole lot of other people… it will be a pleasure to dig through this treasure trove.”

“I have recently purchased this! I have to say that the articles are fantastic. I am particularly interested in Schulke’s piece; I love working with plants! I have yet to read the rest, but I am looking forward to Stuart’s article; it sounds interesting! The artist in me salivated at the Surrealist approach to the ‘zine; I even felt a hint of Dadaism in there too! Anyway, I absolutely recommend buying it; it is well worth the money. I have yet to read a magazine publication on this subject that looks and feels like a glossy mag with the same content calibre as The Cauldron! This Mag is literally the only one that has that!”

“…the production value is fantastic, the articles of the highest quality & as a when-its-gone-its-gone journal it’s bound to leap to unobtainable prices eventually, so get it whilst you can!!!”

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