Thelemic Magic XC (1994): Being the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium of Thelemic Magick (Carfax, Oxford)

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Various authors including Snoo Wilson, Steven Ashe, Shantidevi, Robert Ansell, Michael Staley, Jan Fries, Steve Nicholls, Dave Lee, M C Medusa and Svapnamatadevi

Mandrake of Oxford/Golden Dawn Publications, Oxford, UK, 1995. First Edition. Paperback. 84 pages plus adverts. This book contains the proceedings of Thelemic Magick’s 1995 symposium. It brought together magicians working with the thelmic tradition on topics and themes of interest to thelmic and other magicians. The discussions include talks on Aleister Crowley, the cult of LAM, Enochia, and Chaos Magic. Wraps edgeworn and soiled,light stain to the edges of the first few pages, otherwise Very Good.

Being the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium of Thelemic Magick 22nd

October 1994.

Papers and workshops by Snoo Wilson, Steven Ashe, Shantidevi, Robert Ansell, Michael Staley, Jan Fries, Steve Nicholls, Dave Lee, M C Medusa and Svapnamatadevi.

The Thelemic Symposium was cooked up by a couple of hung-over Thelemites back in 1986. It is hosted by the Oxford Golden Dawn Occult Society, which is a non-sectarian magical sodality that shelters within its ranks magicians of many diverse kinds. The symposium is an annual event that brings together magicians working within the thelemic tradition on topics and themes of interest to thelemic and other left hand path magicians.

The printed talks in this volume give a useful snapshot of what these interests are. There is an essay on Aleister Crowley, the founder and continuing inspiration to the movement. This was written by an influential playwright Snoo Wilson and broadcast on Channel Four television last year. There are also talks on the magical work that occupies the modern magician  Invocation of the Holy Guardian Angel, the Cult of LAM, Enochia, Chaos Magick, Devotion to Babalon and the sorcery of Austin Osman Spare.

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Weight 0.134 kg