STARFIRE JOURNAL. Volume Two, Number 4. DeLuxe Edition.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2011. Limited Edition of 111 copies only, signed and numbered by Michael Staley. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN DUST JACKET, and housed ion a full cloth slipcase. Numbered and signed on title page. Full illustrated custom end papers. Tall quarto. Contents include: In Memoriam: Kenneth Grant by Michael Staley – a preliminary survey of some key elements in the substantial body of mystical and magical work which Kenneth bequeathed us for further development; Images of the Mystery by Gary Dickinson – a consideration of the origins and implications of Crowley's drawing 'The Way', better known simply as LAM; The Obsidian Sabbath by Daniel Schulke – some considerations of the body of lore and sorcerous praxis which comprise the Sabbatic path; "Sermon from a Haunted Cellar" by Richard Gavin – an essay on some of the implications of working within the Typhonian Tradition; "The Unity of Toltec and Thelema" by Eric N. Peterson – a consideration of the common ground between the Toltec tradition and Thelema; "Maranatha and Beyond" by Stephen Dziklewicz – a sequel to the author's essay on Maranatha in the previous issue of Starfire; "Grid Sigil Magick" by Robert Podgurski – considerations concerning the ramifications of a sigil which was revealed several years ago to the author; "The Emergence of Lam" by Michael Staley – some considerations of Lam from its emergence in the Amalantrah Working and beyond; much else, including "Scenes in the Life of Ataturk" by Ithell Colquhoun – reminiscences on the genesis and life of Crowley's son. 302 pages. (Item ID: SF-J24d)