Category : Occult

Michael Bertiaux – Cagliostro: Autobiograffia Spiritista

With thanks to Roberto Migliussi… Michael Bertiaux is one of the most influential living personalities in western esotericism. Spending all his life in the pursuit of spiritual evolution, his work was first made public in the ’70s in Kenneth Grant’s Cults of the Shadow, which introduced the Chicagoan occultist and his blend of Haiti Voudoo and Gnostic mysticism. At that… Read more »

LAShTAL Review: The Complete Mystical Records of Dr John Dee

My sincere thanks to Ian Rons for this insightful review… The Complete Mystical Records of Dr. John Dee edited by Kevin Klein Llewellyn, 2 vol., pp. 1760 The “Enochian” records of Dr. John Dee are arguably the central pillar of modern British occultism, being at once a synthesis of older European magickal traditions within the framework of 16th century theology… Read more »

The Complete Mystical Records of Dr John Dee

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] The Most Faithful and Accurate Edition of John Dee’s Conversations with Angels. Includes two never-before-published manuscripts. An incomparable treasure ten years in the making. The Complete Mystical Records of Dr John Dee is a must-have resource for Dee aficionados and esoteric scholars who absolutely need the most meticulously detailed version of these… Read more »

RIP Jim Marrs | Coast to Coast AM

Acclaimed investigative journalist and beloved member of the conspiracy theory and UFO research community, Jim Marrs, has passed away. After several years working as a reporter for a variety of Texas newspapers, Marrs achieved worldwide notoriety for his landmark book Crossfire, which examined inconsistencies in the official story of the JFK assassination. A New York Times bestseller, Crossfire, proved to… Read more »

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… Read more »

Florence Farr: Conference and Plays

Just a week away! Theosophical Society, London. Florence Farr, A Woman’s Century Celebration of one of the most important women in the magical revival, best known from the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. But significant in other progressive and artistic areas, and in Egyptian magic with, some suggest, a Thelemic current. Talks on her life, readings and not to… Read more »

In Memoriam: Donald Weiser

   April 13, 2017    6 Comments on In Memoriam: Donald Weiser

Legendary bookseller and publisher Donald Weiser passed away peacefully at age 89 in his home in Florida, surrounded by his wife and family, on April 12, 2017. As a young man, Donald worked alongside his father Samuel Weiser in the eponymous bookstore that changed the lives of countless people. Samuel Weiser Bookstore had opened its doors in New York City… Read more »