ABRAXAS: An Esoteric Journal. Number One.
London: Fulgur Limited, 2009. Limited Edition, and now out of print. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Tall quarto. These esoteric, magickal essays are from diverse sources within the esoteric community. Many of these pieces were written especially for the Journal. Artists are also well represented with both established masters and emerging talents: a feast for the eyes & soul. 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 and Very Scarce. (Item ID: FUL-A1)