Author: lashtal

Technical Fault with Forums

Please note that the site is currently (1720 BST Sunday 21 May 2017) experiencing some technical issues that are preventing replies to the Forums. Apologies for any inconvenience. Updates will be posted here as Comments to this item and also via social media (Twitter @lashtal...

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Henrik Bogdan: Servants of the Star and the Snake

Exciting advance notice of a new work by Henrik Bogdan. The essay by Christian Giudice on Gerald Massey’s should be especially interesting… Servants of the Star & the Snake compiled and edited by Henrik Bogdan Servants of the Star & the Snake is a scintillant and substantial collection of writings in celebration of the work of Kenneth and Steffi Grant. Their diverse published work extends across six decades, taking in articles on Advaita in Indian magazines from the early 1950s; a series of illustrated essays, forming the Carfax Monographs, from the late 1950s to the early 1960s; their magnum...

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Witchcraft Documentaries of the 1970s

Treadwells Bookshop, London Friday 9 June Witchcraft Documentaries of the 1970s Lecture – Gary Parsons “Wicca rode on the countercultural sentiment of the late 60s onward. The 60s were a technicolour era, when recreational drugs got big, as did sexual liberation and a mass distrust of authority.” Dazed interviewed film expert Gary Parsons who comes this evening to discuss the documentaries of the early 1970s, considering the role of Wicca at the time. Clips from rituals and interviews help show what Parsons means when he says witchcraft was an important part of the alternative scene in Britain. Gary Parson...

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‘Cosmic Trigger’ – The Play

Visit www.CosmicTriggerPlay.com  to learn more Back by popular demand after their 2014 Liverpool and London shows.Cosmic Trigger is the story behind the notorious conspiracy satire, Illuminatus, the extraordinary life and times of the novel’s co-author, Robert Anton Wilson, and the unstoppable force that was theatre legend, Ken Campbell. “Robert Anton Wilson’s Illuminatus had a profound effect on me and Cosmic Trigger Play will no doubt do the same for a whole new generation.” – Alan Moore, writer/author V for Vendetta, Watchmen, Jerusalem Thursday 4 to Saturday 27 May (excluding Mondays). 7pm Tuesdays – Saturdays 5pm Sundays This is a four hour show including...

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Austin Osman Spare: An Exhibition

Austin Osman Spare – An Exhibition – The Hendrick’s Private View by The Last Tuesday Society Tuesday 9 May 2017 (17:00 – 22:00 BST) The Last Tuesday Society / Viktor Wynd’s Museum of Curiosities 11 Mare Street London E8 4RP Viktor Wynd takes great pleasure in inviting you to an exhibiton of work by Austin Osman Spare, accompanied by ther publication of a catalog with specially commissioned essays by Phil Baker, Dr William Wallace & Stephen Pochin. The exhibtion will run until the end of september 2017. The exhibition opening will be generously supported by Hendrick’s Gin – please...

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