EDGE OF THE CIRCLE BOOKS IS PLEASED TO PRESENT
THE FOLLOWING COLLECTIBLE TITLES
Goddess of Sitra Ahra
Anthology, Edited by Dæmon Barzai
Black Tower Publishing, 2014
Hand-bound book – Hand-numbered – Dust jacket – Limited edition 200 copies only.
List Price: $118.00
FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Lilith is one of the most well-known Dark Goddesses. She’s the Queen of Sitra Ahra, and the Serpent who tempts men with knowledge, encouraging them to look for the Antinomian path of Self Deification. Goddess of Bloody Moon, Sacred Prostitute, and Hag of the Night.
Lilith, the Goddess of a thousand masks and guises, is explored thoroughly in this book through different rituals, ceremonies, poetry and art. This anthology has been written by different magicians of the Left Hand Path – people with a true vocation and dedication to the path of the Red Goddess.
Ama Lilith – Daemon Barzai - Arachnid Lilith – Salomelihecatel – The Legacy of Lilith – Frater Nephilim – The Unholy Grail – Asenath Mason – Opening the Eye of Lilith – Edgar Kerval – The Red Serpent – Frater G.S – The Abode of the Dark Mother – Walter Garcia – Lilith – The Night Hag – Pairika – The Witch of the Night – Daemon Barzai – Lilit – Astartaros Magan – Three Rituals for the Queen of the Night – Chertograd Demon – Lilith: The Spider Queen of Sitra Ahra – Daemon Barzai – Lilith as Great Qabalistic Initiator – Rev. Bill Duvendack – My Triple Goddess Lilith – Selene-Lilith – Rite of the Seduction of the Virgin – Matthew Wightan – Lilith Poetry – Ari (Poetry) – Lilith and the Consort of Samael – Yla Ysgarlad – The Pilgrimage of Viryklu – Luis G. Abbadie – The Baptism of the Witchblood – Kazim (Ritual/Artwrok) – Evocation of Lilith – Daemon Barzai – Lilith – Karmazid (Artwork) – The Spider Goddess Lilith – Salomelihecatel (Artwork) – Lilith – Sitra Ahra – Soror Basilisk (Artwok) – Possession – Soror Basilisk (Artwork) – The Womb of Art – Tim Katteluhn – Binah – David “Eosphorus” Maples (Poetry) – Ishet Zenunim – Edgar Kerval (Artwok) – The Huluppu Tree – Frater G.S (Poetry) - Gnosis of Lilith – James L. George (Poetry) – Lilith Invocation – Lucien Von Wolfe (Poetry) – Lilith Serpina – James George (Poetry) – Lilith – Anna Krajewski (Artwork) -
THE NYARLATHOTEP BOOK
By Dæmon Barzai
Black Tower Publishing, 2014
Hand-bound and hand-numbered with Indian ink. 333 limited edition.
List Price: $94.95
FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Several people know his name, although only a few understand how to work with him. Nyarlathotep: The Crawling Chaos is the messenger of the Great Old Ones, an emissary between humans and the Outer Gods. He is a deity with a thousand faces. This ritual book explains how to work with him in a theoretical and workable approach. This Grimoire has been inspired by Nyarlathotep himself. Here, you will discover things that have never been published before.
The book will cover such themes as: Who Nyarlathotep really is, Invocation and Evocation of Nyarlathotep, The Mirror of Queen Nitocris, The Labyrinths of Kish, The Black Tower of Koth, A Ritual of Possessions, A Pact with Nyarlathotep, The Masks of Nyarlathotep, Nyarlathotep as a Black Man of the Sabbat and much more…
The Nyarlathotep Book has very high quality, paper: 130gr. White cover with an amazing a very detailed printing in the book jacket and wonderful illustrations in B&W. Hand-bound and hand-numbered with Indian ink. 333 limited edition.
CAVE OF THE NUMINOUS
Tantric Physics I
By Craig Williams
Theion Publishing, 2014
Bibliographic details: 145 x 210 mm, 160pp, 115 g/m² high quality, wood-free paper, exclusive etchings and original illustrations by M.W. Burson.
All books are printed and bound in Germany.
Standard Edition: Limited to 540 copies only: bound in full bordeaux fine cloth, gold front embossing, gold lettering on spine.
List Price: $69.95
FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Highly anticipated and the result of over 25 years of initiatic study within authentic Guru lineages, Cave of the Numinous by Craig Williams is one of the very few genuine expositions of the Left Hand Path in general and Left Handed Tantra in particular.
Cave of the Numinous is the first installment in Craig’s Tantric Physics series of books. Each self-contained volume will treat crucial aspects of the Vama Marga and considered as a whole this series will unveil a complete initiatic system of Left Hand Tantra.
Radical in its approach, the Tantric way of the Dark Goddess is a most intense and dangerous pathway towards spiritual liberation and power. Sexual alchemy, Guru Yoga, antinomian ritual and complex interactions of various Vedic sciences form a fascinating universe of spiritual transformation within which the wayfarer may attain to the supreme freedom of Kaivalya or suffer utter destruction.
In Cave of the Numinous, Craig Williams expounds on most important roots of Left Hand practice and guides us into the nocturnal inner and outer environments which the practitioner must establish in order to successfully progress along the Vama Marga.
Complete with rituals and glossary, this book is an invaluable resource and manual for every serious occultist and esoteric explorer particularly for those of the Left Handed Gnosis.
Cave of the Numinous features a foreword by Dr. Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya and the exclusive essay “Supreme Katabasis: Kaivalya and the Kosmic Gnosis” by David Beth as an introduction.
THE FENRIS WOLF NO. 7
Edited by Carl Abrahamsson.
Institute of Comparative Magico-Anthropology
Edda Publishing, 2014
Published 2014. 360 pages, 148 x 210 mm, softbound. Limited to 777 hand numbered copies.
List Price: $47.95
FROM THE PUBLISHER
Edited by Carl Abrahamsson. Cover art by Fredrik Söderberg. This volume contains material by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Frater Achad, Timothy O’Neill, Philip Farber, Kendell Geers, Sasha Chaitow, Derek Seagrief, Vera Nikolich, Alexander Nym, Vanessa Sinclair, Stephen Sennitt, Antony Hequet, Patrick Lundborg, Henrik Dahl, Angela Edwards, Jason Louv, Kasper Opstrup, Peter Grey, Antti Balk, Kjetil Fjell, Sandy Robertson, Adam Rostoker, Emory Cranston, Manon Hedenborg-White, Sara George and Carl Abrahamsson, on topics as diverse as Aleister Crowley, Rudolf Steiner, Anton LaVey, Sar Peladan, Fernand Khnopff, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Heinlein, William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Wilhelm Reich, Thelema, Satanism, Symbolism, psychoanalysis, Dada, apocalyptic witchcraft, psychedelic philosophy, visionary book covers, Cannabis, artificial human companions, sacred prostitution, German Expressionist cinema, slam poetry, independent universities, extraterrestrial influences, astrology, sexual magic, science fiction and more...
Carl Abrahamsson – Editor’s Introduction
Sara George & Carl Abrahamsson – Fernand Khnopff, Symbolist
Sasha Chaitow – Making the Invisible Visible
Vanessa Sinclair – Psychoanalysis and Dada
Kendell Geers – Tu Marcellus Eris
Stephen Sennitt – Fallen Worlds, Without Shadows
Antony Hequet – Slam Poetry: The Warrior Poet
Antony Hequet – Slam Poetry: The Rebel Poet
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – Alien Lightning Meat Machine
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – This Is A Nice Planet
Patrick Lundborg – Psychedelic Philosophy
Henrik Dahl – Visionary Design
Philip Farber – Higher Magick
Kendell Geers – Painting My Will
Carl Abrahamsson – The Imaginative Libido
Angela Edwards – The Sacred Whore
Vera Nikolich – The Women of the Aeon
Jason Louv – Wilhelm Reich
Kasper Opstrup – To Make It Happen
Peter Grey – A Manifesto of Apocalyptic Witchcraft
Timothy O’Neill – The Gospel of Cosmic Terror
Stephen Sennitt – Sentient Absence
Carl Abrahamsson – Anton LaVey, Magical Innovator
Alexander Nym – Magicians: Evolutionary Agents or Regressive Twats?
Antti P Balk – Thelema
Kjetil Fjell – The Vindication of Thelema
Derek Seagrief – Exploring Past Lives
Sandy Robertson – The Fictional Aleister Crowley
Adam Rostoker – Whence Came the Stranger?
Emory Cranston – A Preface to the Scented Garden
Manon Hedenborg-White – Erotic Submission to the Divine
Carl Abrahamsson – What Remains for the Future?
Frater Achad – Living In the Sunlight
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – Magick Squares and Future Beats
Honouring the Covenant to the forbidden teachings of Traditional-Diabolism & Sorcery
Ixaxaar Publications aka Ixaxaar Occult Literature, 2014
Professionally printed, illustrated magazine, thick brown covers, perfect binding, 60 pages.
List Price: $38.95
FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Honouring the Covenant to the forbidden teachings of Traditional-Diabolism & Sorcery.
Included in this witchcraft issue: The Commemoration of Lord Qayin by Nicholaj de Mattos Frisvold, The Curse of the Burning Grave by Frater Ben Nachash, The Way of the Night by Asenath Mason, West Country Curse-Magic by Gemma Gary, Djävulspakt- Infernal Pacts in traditional Swedish Witchcraft by C.A. Nordblom, Intoxication, Seership, and the Poison Path by Sarah Lawless, Wyrd by G.
Transmutation Publishing, 2013
List Price: $82.95
An Account of the Rites and Mysteries Connected with the Origin, Rise, and Development of Serpent Worship in Various Parts of the World Enriched with Interesting Traditions, and A Full Description of the Celebrated Serpent Mounds and Temple. The Whole Forming an Exposition of One of the Phases of Phallic or Sex Worship.
Including The Snake as Keeper of the Secrets by E. Culver
Rough Notes on the Snake Symbol of India in Connection with the Worship of Siva by J.H. Rivett-Carnac
Published by Transmutation Publishing 2013
FROM THE PUBLISHER:
We are proud to present to the public a resurrected and expanded edition of the occult classic “Ophiolatreia,” the definitive study of snake worship as practiced throughout the ancient world. Although the book is officially anonymous, it is believed by many to have been written by the 19th century Freemason, and Rosicrucian occultist Hargrave Jennings as part of his privately printed series of books titled “Nature Worship and Mystical Series” in which he developed his highly controversial theory of “Phallism” the belief that all religious traditions have their common origin in the worship of the sun, which Jennings believed was symbolized throughout the ancient world by pictures and carvings of both male and female genitalia. “Ophiolatreia” is considered a triumphal keystone of scholarly information from this series by many and a necessary source of reference for anyone who has even passing interest in the subject, as well as an important synthesis on the subject for anyone devoted to a serious study of the esoteric and occult significance of snake, sun and phallic worship.
This fascinating book also includes the obscure article referenced in the main text in full: “Rough Notes on the Snake Symbol in India” by J.H. Rivett-Carnac to round-out the book with related study of snake symbolism, as well as an introduction by Errol Brent Culver covering the basic overview of known theory on the subject, and artwork illuminating the original plates by Lis Wright-Ivec.
The work is bound hard back with decorative red foil stamping and white cloth boards true to the original design of the first edition . An expanded classic that would be a fine addition to any esoteric or occult library.