ABRAXAS ONE: International Journal of Esoteric Studies. DeLuxe Edition.

London: Fulgur Limited, 2009. DeLuxe Edition of 171 copies only with hand-numbered engraving by Parisi bound in. A FINE COPY in fine dust jacket, bound by hand in full gray cloth, endpapers, title stamped on spine, illustration inset at the front panel, with a letter-press Manifesto. Includes an original hand-printed wood-engraving 'The Garden of Proserpine' by Italian artist, Francesco Parisi, who is one of Italy's most respected and critically acclaimed wood-engravers. His symbolist work has been secured by some of the world's most prestigious institutions, such as the British Museum. As to the literary contributions for this inaugural issue, they include: "The Green Intercessor Tutelary Spirits and the Transmission of Plant-Magic" by Daniel A. Schulke; "Caveat Anonyter! A Study of Flying Ointments and their Plants" by Sarah Penicka-Smith; "Sorceries of the Threshold: Transgression into the Between States" by Anon; "The Uncertainty of Illumination, Gnosis and Epistemology in Traditional Craft" by Stuart Inman; "Lucifer by Starlight :An Interview" with Francesco Parisi; "The Third Eye: The Fantastic World of Lobsang Rampa" by Phil Hine; "Transmutations of Good and Evil: Alchemy, Witchcraft and the Graal in the Work of Arthur Machen" by Edward Gauntlett; "Skip Witches, Hop Toads" by Stephen Grasso; and "A Dream of Witchcraft Turned to Nightmare: The Five Witches of Albrecht Durer" by John Callow. 128 pages. Tall 4to. Item #19351

Price: $375.00

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