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 Anonymous
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03/03/2010 11:14 am  

Does anyone know something about book - From the Peacock Quill: A Bibliography of Andrew D. Chumbley – by Gavin W. Semple. I have found it on amazon.co.uk (link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Peacock-Quill-Bibliography-Andrew-Chumbley/dp/B001H10S6M/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267613899&sr=1-4) this book listed. As publisher is stated Reineke Verlag and year of publishing 2005.
I have made little search on web about that but I have found nothing, so probably this book hasn’t being done, but maybe someone has some information about that?
Gavin is author some of the best books about AOS so this certainly will be fantastic book.
agape,
Alan


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manofwycombe
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03/03/2010 8:20 pm  

Hi Alan,

I can confirm that the bibliographic study was produced, but that it was essentially a private publication. I very much doubt it was ever genuinely available through Amazon - they seem to have a policy of 'list first, check availability later'.

If you're interested in Andrew's less well known writings, I'd suggest looking into the Opuscula Magica series being brought out by Three Hands Press for Xoanon Publishing. The first volume - 'Essays on Witchcraft and the Sabbatic Tradition' should be avavilable in the Spring.

Clive


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michaelclarke18
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03/03/2010 9:42 pm  

I heard of one being sold a few years ago; I think the price was about £200 to £300.

Apparently it included a photograph of Andrew Chumbley.


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 Anonymous
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18/04/2010 8:59 pm  

I have a confirmed shipping date of the 28th for Opuscula Magica, and arrival in our respective mail boxes within a week after the shipping date.


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manofwycombe
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21/08/2013 10:29 am  

I appreciate that it is a long time since this thread was active but I thought those involved might be interested in a new blog started this summer - http://orspectral.wordpress.com

On the home page select the 'Texts' button and then choose 'From the Peacock's Quill'.

Clive


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