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wrapThe Book of Azazel
by E.A. Koetting, 2012
Book Condition : Fine

Hardcover. 184pp. Fine black leatherette with gilt Circle of Pacts on upper board, Ribbon marker. Printed in red & black, b&w sigils throughout. Limited to 77 numbered copies.

From the author "That which follows is the entirety of what I learned from the Demon during a ninety-day journey through hell, with Azazel as my guide. To Azazel... I can only trust that when this work is completed, he will set me free. Azazel is the embodiment of all that is forbidden, all that is secret, and all that I would sacrifice everything for. He called upon me to perform this damnable Operation: to commit myself to Him entirely, in order to possess all that is His. But fear overtook me. I didn't feel ready to drink from that cup, and so I drank from many others, flirting with the power that I knew could only be found in the blackest of rites and through the most obscene pacts.



$475
wrapThe Ninth Arch
by Kenneth Grant, 2002
Book Condition : Fine

The Ninth Arch, comprising the Book of the Spider (OKBISh), is the final volume of a series of Trilogies which trace the emergence into historic times of an ancient body of occult doctrine known as the Typhonian Tradition.

In order fully to understand its purpose and content, The Ninth Arch should be scanned against the background of the larger canvas on which it is painted. Such an approach will facilitate insight into the Oracles of OKBISh and their accompanying comments. As an additional aid to focussing salient features of the Tradition, the author’s Nightside Narrative, Against the Light (Starfire Publishing, 1997) should serve as a helpful and explanatory ‘footnote’ to the circumstances existing at the time OKBISh was ‘received’.


$450

Last Update : 08/21/2014