From: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. Cape Neddick, ME, U. Seller Rating:. Quarto 76pp. Glossy wrappers, A4 sized, POD production quality. A collection of articles that are all occult related but appear to be somewhat randomly selected - and which have been taken verbatim from Wikipedia and published as a group.
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From: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. Cape Neddick, ME, U. Seller Rating:. Quarto 76pp. Glossy wrappers, A4 sized, POD production quality. A collection of articles that are all occult related but appear to be somewhat randomly selected - and which have been taken verbatim from Wikipedia and published as a group. Contents - among others - include entries for: Andrew D. Very light rubbing to covers else Fine condition. Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 1.
Published by Three Hands Press About this Item: Three Hands Press, Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since Customer service is our top priority!. More information about this seller Contact this seller 2.
Published by Skoob Books, [London] About this Item: Skoob Books, [London], Original Wraps. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Thin quarto, original colour pictorial wrappers. Very slight rubbing to covers, a fine copy in wrappers. The tone is fairly informal, despite the Blakean capitalisations, but the scope and originality of his thesis pointed towards the visionary sweep that would mark his mature essay style within a few years.
The piece is, in effect, a manifesto, and lays out the salient themes of doctrine and method that he would continue to elaborate in his work; a comparison of this article with 'Cultus Sabbati: Dream, Provenance and Magistry', written twelve years on, reveals the rapid evolution of Chumbley's spiritual insight and capability as both writer and seminal theorist of magic. A small drawing at the column foot accompanied the piece, which was relegated to the very end of the magazine - an indication of the author's status as an unknown voice.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Fine cloth spine, papered boards, gilt lettering to spine, bibliography. Standard hardcover edition, limited to 1, copies.
A monograph by British occult author Andrew D. Chumbley In the course of his exposition, the concepts of the Initiatic Dream are traced to furthest antiquity, epitomized by the participatory nature of the Mystic within the Oneiric Realm.
The axiomata of Dream Reification and Rarefaction are introduced as defining processes of this twilight pilgrimage, both of a gnostic and illuminative character. At the time of his matriculation, Chumbley had already established a solid reputation as an occult author and practitioner of widely varying spiritual disciplines. His highly-acclaimed books Azoetia and Qutub arose not only from the solid foundation of magical practice and theory, but also from a highly complex mystical dream system, perfected for many years.
Though forming the core of his coursework, Mysticism - together with the bulk of his SOAS essays - were written in a transcendent dialogist style altogether in concord with the body of his occult work. Dust jacket has a light crease at top edge of front panel. Dust jacket is now protected by a removable mylar cover.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Limited Edition. Limited editon; no. Book is in excellent condition, showing only a slight cock to spine, a touch of rubbing to boards, modest shelving wear to corner tips; otherwise in fine shape with tight binding and clean, unmarked pages throughout. Decorative gilt on boards bright and untarnished, cloth is fantastically attractive. A sharp copy!. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5.
Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Attractive copy in mylar-protected dust jacket. More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. Fine charcoal cloth with gilt lettering to spine, black textured endpages, illustrated in black and white. Letterpress dust jacket. This is the standard hardcover of a limited numbered edition of copies, copies bound thus. From the publisher: "The Opuscula Magica series treats in four volumes the short exegetical works on magic by the British occult author Andrew D.
The series presents his magical essays, homilies, and other obscure works which originally appeared in small-circulation occult journals now out of print. Each volume presents a series of collated works, some revised or updated prior to his death, as well as a number of writings and illustrations previously unpublished. Together with his grimoire-texts of the magical order Cultus Sabbati, these 'minor works on magic' are the origination-point and foundation texts of Sabbatic Witchcraft and Crooked Path Sorcery, two of Chumbley's most important contributions to the Art Magical.
This, Volume I, contains nine essays written between and , including one previously unpublished. This volume also includes an Author's Introduction never before published, as well as an expanded version of the interview with Chumbley in The Cauldron. The essays reflect a degree of magical insight, clarity of vision, and creativity seldom equaled in occult writing to this day.
Very light rubbing to lower spine and lower corners, else appears unused thus Fine in Fine mylar protected dust jacket. More information about this seller Contact this seller 7.
As Shown. More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. Deluxe Edition. Deluxe hand-numbered edition in iridescent brick cloth, limited to copies this being No. Includes photocopy of the Errata sheet for errors discovered after many pre-order copies were distributed. Gilt stamped toad emblem on cover. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9.
Small octavo. Illustrated title page, bibliography. Shimmering brown cloth with elaborate gilt sigil on upper board, textured endpapers. First edition, limited to hand numbered copies. The first academic study of this little known aspect of folk-magic. A lovely copy in Fine condition. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Xoanon, No Place About this Item: Xoanon, No Place, Original Wrappers. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, original printed wrappers, hand-sewn at spine by Soror S.
Issued in an edition limited to copies, of which were simply numbered as this copy and 31 of which were specially sigilized by the author. An 8-page letterpress booklet with letterpress card cover, released to mark the occasion of Xoanon's 25th year.
Fine copy. A beautiful item, hand-printed and hand-sewn. Section I: Augury. Condition: Very Good. Minor wear on the covers, corners, and the edges. Like shelf wear. May contain some writing and or highlighting within the pages and covers.
Seller Inventory mon Fine copy in dust jacket. Limited to numbered copies, this being No. Michael Staley and Robert Taylor eds. Chumbley, Simon Hinton. Published by Starfire Publishing From: Gates Past Books Inc. NY, NY, U. About this Item: Starfire Publishing, Soft cover.
Books by Andrew D. Chumbley
Andrew D. Chumbley 15 September — 15 September was an English practitioner and theorist of magic , and a writer, poet and artist. Chumbley published several limited edition books through his private press Xoanon Publishing, and had many articles printed in occult magazines. Their subject was the doctrine and practice of a tradition of sorcery which he called ' Sabbatic Craft ', a term which, according to Chumbley, "describes the way in which elements of witch-lore, Sabbath mythology and imagery were being employed in the cunning-craft tradition into which I was originally inducted". Daniel A.
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