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02/02/2011 9:56 pm  

My life was changed dramatically when I first came upon Mr. Grant’s work in the 70’s. Over the years his writings have been a constant source of mystical and magical education, and most important, inspiration.
My sincere condolences to all who were close to him.
93,
Bob


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02/02/2011 10:03 pm  

wonderful tribute Scott.

i am heartened by the 'coincidental' announcement today of a major astronomical discovery re Kepler 11 (can someone do some gematria, it 'feels' very interesting ) which is 2000 light years from home (see the Stones song for some great relevant lyrics) http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12333766 which is a nice piece of symbolism. even the numbers in the weblink 1,2 333 7 and 66 it's almost like the universe is sending a message back that "he's with us now"

i wonder if we can get a vote in with NASA to have a new star system named after Mr Grant?


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02/02/2011 10:26 pm  

This man helped me and many others to unravel. An inspiration. There is no death only change. Love and light to his family.


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02/02/2011 11:42 pm  

Blessings to all on his Greater Feast.

93, Brother

For inasmuch as thou hast made the Law of Freedom
thine, as thou hast lived in Light and Liberty and Love, thou hast
become a Free-man of the City of the Stars.

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03/02/2011 12:22 am  
"TauMelchizedek" wrote:
His books pointed the way to Michael Bertiaux and Voudon Gnosis for me, he has been a major inspiration for 20 years. He will be missed but not forgotten! A Great Master has left the building.

I can only quote.

He's now back home, among the Stars.


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03/02/2011 1:54 am  

A celebration of Kenneth Grant's life and work is being planned for the Spring, but in the meantime I'd like to add my own thoughts and reminiscences to this touching thread.

I knew Kenneth Grant for more than thirty years, as a friend, a colleague in the Order, and latterly his editor and publisher. He was the most remarkable person I ever met, in his intelligence, warmth of character, and deep insight into mystical, magical and spiritual matters. We had our differences over the years, as is invariably the case over a substantial period of time, but these were miniscule compared to what we had in common.

Kenneth expressed to me several times over the years the hope that his work be continued, and it will be. On a wider, more fundamental scale, his work will be continued by the many people who have found that work to sound a chord in the depths of consciousness. For this is the true meaning of parampara or spiritual lineage, that we each develop the work of our predecessors and bequeath a body of work that is, in its turn, developed by our successors; a living body of tradition is created from which we can all draw and to which we can all contribute. Our predecessors are those who came nefore us, and we transmute their work through our own magical and mystical experience; in their turn, those who succeed us will do likewise.

The resonance of Kenneth Grant's work is perhaps its most powerful feature. There is a great deal in his work which I have found inspirational over the years. My favourite passage of writing remains perhaps the closing paragraphs from the Introduction to Outside the Circles of Time and, by way of tribute, I'd like to quote it here:

One final point is here relevant, and I state it without apology. It is not my purpose to try to prove anything; my aim is to construct a magical mirror capable of expressing some of the less elusive images seen as shadows of a future aeon. This I do by means of suggestion, evocation, and by those oblique and inbetweenness concepts that Austin Spare defined as Neither-Neither. When this is understood, the reader's mind becomes receptive to the influx of certain concepts that can, if received undistortedly, fertilize the unknown dimensions of his consciousness. In order to achieve this aim a new manner of communication has to be evolved; language itself has to be reborn, revivified, and given a new direction and a new momentum. The truly creative image is born of creative imagining, and this is - ultimately - an irrational process that transcends the grasp of human logic.

It is well known that scientists and mathematicians have evolved a cryptic language, a language so elusive, so fugitive, and yet so essentially cosmic that it forms an almost qabalistic mode of communication, often misinterpreted by its own initiates! Our position is not quite as desperate, for we are dealing primarily with the body-mind complex in its relation to the universe, and the body-aspect is deeply rooted in the soil of sentiency. Our minds may not understand, but in the deeper layers of subconsciousness where humanity shares a common bed, there is instant recognition. Similarly, a magician devises his ceremony in harmony with the forces he wills to invoke, so an author must pay considerable attention to the creation of an atmosphere that is suitable for his operations. Words are his magical instruments, and their vibrations must produce not a merely arbitrary noise, but an elaborate symphony of tonal reverberations that trigger a series of increasingly profound echoes in the consciousness of his readers. One cannot over-emphasize or over-estimate the importance of this subtle form of alchemy, for it is in the nuances, and not necessarily in the rational meanings of the words and numbers employed, that the magick resides. Furthermore, it is very often in the suggestion of certain words not used, yet indicated or employed by other words having no direct relation to them, that produce the most precise definitions. The edifice of a reality-construct may sometimes be reared only by an architecture of absence, whereby the real building is at one and the same time revealed and concealed by an alien structure haunted by probabilities. These are legion, and it is the creative faculty of the reader - awake and active - that can people the house with souls. So then, this book may mean many things to many readers, and different things to all; but to none can it mean nothing at all, for the house is constructed in such a manner that no echo can be lost.

Best wishes,

Michael.


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03/02/2011 3:25 am  

I was thinking of this last night after reading Convolvulus and also parts of Remembering AC by Grant, that even if it were his only work, the fact that Kenneth transcribed every single diary Crowley ever wrote during the late 40s and early 50's, and his work on other transcriptions and editing and annotating of Crowleys work would be more than enough of a Great Work, that he supplemented what could only have been fascinating yet tedious toil with his own Oeuvre is more than laudable.

So when the Crowley Diaries get released in the next few years (hopefully soon) we can thank Grant as well! I hope his transcription credits are in them when they appear!

And Mr Staley if you have any other reminisces that you would care to share of Mr Grant I am sure we would all be honoured . If not thats OK too 🙂 I look forward to the celebration!


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03/02/2011 6:14 am  

The past decade or so has seen a remarkable 'exodus' from this world of giants in the fields of spirituality, philosophy, occult, and related literature: H.W.L. Poonja (1911-1997) the renowned Advaita adept, a.k.a. the 'Lion of Lucknow'; Richard Rose (1917-2005), an American adept recognized by many as the modern day Western equivalent of Gurdjieff; U.G. Krishnamurti (1918-2007), the radical 'anti-guru' guru (not to be confused with his more famous namesake J. Krishnamurti), who was lucid and teaching up till age 88; Douglas Harding (1909-2007), a profound British philosopher and awakened adept who created and taught the 'Headless Way', a type of Zen philosophy adapted for Westerners, and who was lucid and still teaching up till age 97; Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007), one of the truly great Western thinkers/writers who had an uncommonly broad grasp of wisdom traditions; Adi Da Samraj (1939-2008), a highly controversial but brilliant Western adept; and now Kenneth Grant.

I first read Grant back about 30 years ago as a young lad just starting out on the path, but even in my relative inner-dimness back then I could recognize something different about him. Like some of the towering 'Traditionalists' such as Guenon and Schuon, he had an uncommon grasp of the wider picture (in the esoteric context), and especially the significance of the link between Eastern and Western mysticism. He was unique and brilliant.

My condolences to his family and friends. Take heart in knowing that you were close to a giant.


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03/02/2011 8:58 am  

I would like to offer my condolences to Mr. Grant's family and friends and to all those whom he deeply touched. He was a true pioneer and profound inspiration.


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03/02/2011 9:53 am  

Mike Magee - who knew Grant over a number of years - has written a tribute, including some delightful and amusing reminiscences (with a promise of more to come):

http://volesoft.com/2011/02/01/kenneth-grant-is-dead-great/

Requiescat in pace


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03/02/2011 10:11 am  

For many of us, Kenneth Grant's writing and thought has not only been inspirational, but truly liberating. And not least because he has helped to break up the accretions of unwitting dogma built up around Thelema, so that we can find the luminous threads for ourselves and follow them back to source. In that way, Kenneth Grant has been - and still is, in his legacy of work - an Opener of the Ways.


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03/02/2011 2:16 pm  

Thanks for the link Zim.

That's hilarious, re: 1950s porn mags and the Chinese woman in the graveyard.


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03/02/2011 4:41 pm  

I'd also like to offer my best wishes to family and friends of Kenneth Grant, that is a favourite quote of mine too, Michael.

Kenneth Grant - Farewell Elegy!

Pythia's eye rolled
And rasping `twixt foam-flecked lips
Came breath from cavernous depths
Your palsied hand cupped that olive breast
And supped her milk.

Did you see past lives pinned large on snakey skin
As thou fell t`ward Prometheus bound
That place where night feeds on night?

But restless thou returned to day lips babbling like a brook;
Pen poised, your eyes rolled
Counting...jumping...basie...quarter beating
Your restless heart gave way.

On the page not the meanings
But the places inbetween.
Spare the thought!
Now the wheel set in motion rolls on...
Fear, Fear not!

Regards

Jamie


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03/02/2011 8:30 pm  

Greetings,

From all the Crowley`s disciplines and followers, he was the only one that he left behind a wide bibliography that explores and analyses many issues. And this already means a lot.

I think it would be nice to see a future issue of Starfire that it would be entirely dedicated to him (book reviews, articles, past interviews, etc.)

Thank you.


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03/02/2011 9:24 pm  

I think it would be nice to see a future issue of Starfire that it would be entirely dedicated to him (book reviews, articles, past interviews, etc.)

I think that's an absolutely fantastic idea, a Starfire issue entirely dedicated to Kenneth Grant.


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03/02/2011 9:48 pm  

I think that would be a wonderful idea too!


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03/02/2011 10:40 pm  

Sad...but the way it goes for us all and it would appear to have been full and incredibly interesting 87 yrs.

Is there anyone still around who had studied or met AC?


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03/02/2011 10:57 pm  

Very sad news needed. He was a Genius and an extremely kind and generous man. I corresponded with him fairly recently, sending him a letter of respect for his work and a tatty paperback I thought may interest him. To my astonishment he not only replied but included a very low numbered deluxe of one of his own, recent works.
The Nu Aesthetic he developed in his written work - and indeed his life - will eventually be seen as just as important as the fin de siècle Romantics he celebrated: Lautreamont, Rimbaud, Baudelaire. Or his favourite Surrealists...or stranger!
"One of the most remarkable and fascinating characters alive today" was how one of his very few mainstream literary admirers described him. His work will remain remarkable and fascinating for a very, very long time. God bless, sir.


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04/02/2011 11:58 pm  

My most sincere condolences go out to Mr. Grant's family and loved ones.

Thelema and western esotericism in general have lost a creative genius but the legacy he left behind will ever remain in our hearts and minds.

Farewell Kenneth Grant...


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05/02/2011 6:18 am  

Sad to hear that,,,,,,,,,,very sad


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05/02/2011 8:17 am  

I am not specifically familiar with the works of Kenneth Grant to any intimate degree, but to deny his place as a molder of modern Thelemic culture would be far more than ignorant. Mr. Grant helped to revitalize the works of Aleister Crowley, and helped lead to the current culture, a culture wherein every Borders books and Barnes and Nobel has ALEISTER CROWLEY IN STOCK! Caliphite or Typhonian, his influence cannot be ignored or downplayed! "As brothers fight ye!" He was a revolutionary, to many of us a teacher (as he shall remain), and knew both hatred and adoration: a Thelemite if ever there was one, regardless of "tweaks." Tschau, Frater.


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05/02/2011 11:34 am  

My condolences to mr. Grants loved ones.
Despite this very sad news everyone can be proud
of his legacy.

Good luck on your newest journey!


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05/02/2011 9:19 pm  

Sad news indeed. The best to family and friends.


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06/02/2011 12:36 am  

"Where are the gate ways ?"
He smiled and pointed at the walls.
"There are several of them in this room alone. Elsewhere on earth there are uncounted numbers of them but they have to be looked into, not at ". pg36 Against the Light

Gone from the realms from which we awaken to the dream we call the living; the ingress and egress of being in the form of Kenneth Grant opened the gateways, gathered the children of Isis and brought the glory of the stars through out the worlds, and paved the way for the strange light of pale lilac to spread into Transcaucasia, the Middle East, India, China, Mongolia, Bhutan and beyond.

He revealed St Peter by pointing out.
Matthew 16:23

and so much more ……

What a remarkable creative genius.

May his timeless ambiance reverberate through out the human light wave. A Way Shower.


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06/02/2011 2:05 am  

It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of our dear brother Frater Vrilia 359, Kenneth Grant. His ground-breaking book, The Magical Revival, contained a penetrating comparison between certain words and motifs found in the Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft, and suggestive correlations with key Crowleyian terms and concepts. This, along with his article on Lovecraft, The Dreamer Out of Space, published in Man, Myth and Magic, were both major original impetus for "Randolph Carter" to found and announce the establishment of the Esoteric Order of Dagon, a mythical Lovecraftian cult made manifest.

The first Director of the E.'.O.'.D.'., Frater Zkauba bestowed upon Kenneth Grant a Certificate of Honorary Membership, which Mr. Grant warmly acknowledged and accepted. Over the many intervening years, Mr. Grant's continued correspondence with succeeding Directors offered support, suggestions and comments. His encouragement was significant in the Order's successful evolution, culminating in an Official Affiliation between the individual and separate organizations, the E.'.O.'.D.'. and the Typhonian O.T.O. He was a valuable and helpful mentor and advisor to the Esoteric Order of Dagon.

Kenneth Grant will be sorely missed, and we believe that his Work contains a veritable treasure trove of magick that will have reverberating effects in the future, not yet obvious.

"That is not dead which can eternal lie,
and with strange aeons even death may die."
(attributed to Abdul Alhazred, by H.P. Lovecraft.)

Yrs. in Father Dagon and Mother Hydra,
Obed Marsh, Grand Master, E.'.O.'.D.'.


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06/02/2011 3:00 am  

I wish to express also the wish of seeing an entire issue of Starfire devoted to Kenneth Grant and his Works!


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07/02/2011 12:55 am  

Dear Kenneth Grant: On to the Great Adventure...We will all see you in due time - 'outside the circles of time'...93 93/93


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07/02/2011 2:00 am  
"zymotic" wrote:
Mike Magee - who knew Grant over a number of years - has written a tribute, including some delightful and amusing reminiscences (with a promise of more to come):

http://volesoft.com/2011/02/01/kenneth-grant-is-dead-great/

Requiescat in pace

Another memorial to Kenneth Grant by Mr. Magee, quite different in tone to that posted above, may be found here


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07/02/2011 2:21 am  
"Noctifer" wrote:
Another memorial to Kenneth Grant by Mr. Magee, quite different in tone to that posted above, may be found here

Thanks for the link. Mike's Blog is well worth following. Today's entry, for example, includes a fascinating photograph of Kenneth in his study…

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07/02/2011 3:44 am  

Two more touching entries on the blog http://volesoft.com/2011/02/07/when-i-was-snowed-upon-in-rutland-in-june-and-the-car-in-front-me-was-oto93m-holy-thelema/
the one above and one previous (link on blog).Very nice photo of Kenneth grinning at the camera. Makes one wonder why he never chose to smile so for at least one of the dustjackets on his books.


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08/02/2011 9:15 am  

Donald Michael Kraig's obituary of Kenneth Grant: http://www.llewellyn.com/blog/2011/02/a-sad-loss-kenneth-grant/

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08/02/2011 2:45 pm  

...and yet another entry in Mad Mike Magee´s blog, entitled "Kenneth Grant dilated upon Mather´s and Gardners d***s".
http://volesoft.com/2011/02/07/1949/


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08/02/2011 3:04 pm  

This affectionate and insightful piece from Paolo Summat:

http://liminalwhispers.blogspot.com/2011/02/beyond-pylons-tribute-to-kenneth-grant.html

Best wishes,

Michael.


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08/02/2011 3:11 pm  

Thanks for the link: a very perceptive summary.

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08/02/2011 4:21 pm  

Yes Mick thanks that was very astute writing.
I wholeheartedly agree with "I believe that Mr Grant has an unfairly gained reputation for being dark and that perhaps this reputation is due to fluffy-bunny occultists not really understanding that the Universe (and by extension ourselves) is composed of light and darkness. It is vital to carefully (and safely) explore these energies because whilst on one level they are out there and nasty, they are also within us and potential. Remember Freud’s ideas of the need to assimilate repressions; in a magickal sense this is why one faces the darkness, to bring it into the light rebirthed as a wholesome energy rather than left as a repressed dark time bomb ready to explode. A lot of Grants work here is really an insightful glimpse at the Theosophic concept of the Dweller on the threshold; and serious occultists do not work with the dark-side to harm; bit rather to regenerate their own darker repressions into the light of a loving self."

It is true for Crowley too . I am so tired of people often asking me why I read Crowleys books or Grants when I tell them who he is, because they think of all yin/dark/negative as equatable with 'evil' and the bit above so well written explain what I tell them. We have to embrace both sides of ourselves in order to become more full human beings, and in doing so try and verify that neither side gets out of control.
Thanks again 🙂 And if you are still hanging about somewhere around here even part time, thank you Mr Grant!


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09/02/2011 1:49 am  
"MichaelStaley" wrote:
This affectionate and insightful piece from Paolo Summat:

http://liminalwhispers.blogspot.com/2011/02/beyond-pylons-tribute-to-kenneth-grant.html

Best wishes,

Michael.

I could have written this myself - Paulo's piece, particularly the first three paragraphs, expresses in some detail exactly my reflections on the matter (but unlike myself, he has managed to say it, and eloquently).

But perhaps it's not surprising - I now feel as though there must be a great many people who are in exactly the same situation all over the world, of all ages.


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28/02/2011 9:16 pm  

Mad Mike posted two more fascinating (to me) bits about Kenneth and also Dadaji : www.volesoft.com


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01/03/2011 3:32 am  

Does anybody know if the books titled 'Transition' on the right side of the picture are in fact bundles of the 'Dada/Surrealist/experimental writing' journal that appeared in the beginning of the last century?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transition_(literary_journal)


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01/03/2011 3:53 am  
"ErichZann333" wrote:

Does anybody know if the books titled 'Transition' on the right side of the picture are in fact bundles of the 'Dada/Surrealist/experimental writing' journal that appeared in the beginning of the last century?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transition_(literary_journal)

Wow, good eye. I will have to look into this journal. I suspect it is since there are multiple copies of various sizes on that shelf... I'd like to see just a shot of Mr Grant's library!

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01/03/2011 4:05 am  

I always wish those shots showed more of his books too 😀 clearer etc.


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01/03/2011 1:55 pm  

Another book on that same shelf seems to be Alethea Hayter's 'Opium And The Romantic Imagination' published by Faber and Faber.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Opium-Romantic-Imagination-Alethea-Hayter/dp/0571254160/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_3


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01/03/2011 6:47 pm  

Thanks Erich (nice screenname btw) Great eye! Keep us posted on any other titles you may identify!

I'd love to see a volume cataloging Grant's library. I think it would give some insights as well as some leads on good books. The Lovecraft's Library book from a few years ago was really an interesting read, it was simply a catalog of Lovecraft's entire book collection sat the time of his death.

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02/03/2011 10:53 am  
"einDoppelganger" wrote:
I'd love to see a volume cataloging Grant's library. I think it would give some insights as well as some leads on good books.
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Boy, would it ever.

The Bibliographies appended to each volume of The Typhonian Trilogies are tours de force in themselves!


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04/03/2011 6:48 pm  

Interesting article. Thanks for posting it.

Best wishes,

Michael.


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04/03/2011 7:00 pm  

I'l second that, very interesting, article, many thanks also from me!


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04/03/2011 9:09 pm  

Extraordinarily detailed article in a highly respected national newspaper. See the Links section here for the URL.

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Excellent article!


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04/03/2011 10:08 pm  

I was just looking through all those Man, Myth and Magic mags mentioned in the obit last night for the first time in years. Lots of dust up my nose.


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04/03/2011 10:36 pm  

Thought I'd post this little oddity I found through disinfo.net:
http://www.watkinsbooks.com/review/watkins-spiritual-100-list

Check out listing # 88!


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