ABRAXAS: An Esoteric Journal. Number One -- Premier Issue.

London: Fulgur Limited, 2009. First Limited Edition, and long out of print. In custom wraps as issued; A MINT COPY. A treasury of esoteric, magickal essays from diverse sources world-wide. Many of these pieces were written especially for this issue of Abraxas. Artists are also well represented with both established masters and emerging talents: Produced in a large quarto format, with 128 pages printed on high quality paper and richly illustrated in color and monochrome. Literary contributions for this inaugural issue 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; A Dream of Witchcraft Turned to Nightmare: The Five Witches of Albrecht Durer by John Callow; On Sappho by James Butler. Tall 4to. OUT OF PRINT. Item #FUL-A1

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