Nightside of Eden has been out of print now, for 20 years. It was the first ‘Qliphoth Grimoire’, which made a serious & detailed attempt, to decipher Aleister Crowley’s enigmatic Liber 231, which provided the seals/sigils of the 22 Qliphoth, that reside in 22 paths of the Tree of the Nightside (Death/Daath). Nightside of Eden has been the standard reference for Qliphothic exploration, since it was published in its 1st Edition format, in 1977. It influenced a generation of magicians & sorcerers, who experimented with the sigils provided, and sought to make contact with the qliphothic entities, in the tunnels of set. Some 36 years since the 1st edition was published, Nightside of Eden remains essential reading for anyone interested in working with the qliphoth. Many other publications have attempted to explore & explain qliphothic magick & sorcery. Very few have succeeded, and Nightside of Eden still towers above much of what has been published in recent years. With the recent publication of a new, & significant grimoire, titled The Book of Sitra Achra: A Grimoire of the Dragons of the Other Side (written by N.A-A. 218), now is definitely the time to ‘rediscover’, and re-examine, the grimoire that gave birth the Qliphoth Renaissance – Kenneth Grant’s Nightside of Eden.
Book is in fine unread condition and is still in publisher’s original shrinkwrap!!!