Tag : Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley: Wandering The Waste

Exciting news from Martin Hayes… It makes me immensely happy to report that my old pal and cohort Roy Huteson Stewart has recommenced work on our graphic novel Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste. Contracts have been signed with Markosia and it’s all systems go. All we need to do now is finish the bloody thing. The road has not been… Read more »

Art Exhibition: Windows to the Sacred

WINDOWS TO THE SACRED Featuring original artworks by Aleister Crowley, Rosaleen Norton, Barry William Hale, James Gleeson, Kim Nelson and Danie Mellor. Buratti Fine Art presents a special exhibition showcasing the various traditions and expression of esoteric art ranging from automatic drawing, digital art, printmaking, sculpture and painting. The work of contemporary artists are shown alongside international and historical artists… Read more »

Netherwood: Last Resort of Aleister Crowley

Now available from Weiser Antiquarian Books: Netherwood: Last Resort of Aleister Crowley by “A Gentleman of Hastings” [Antony Clayton]with contributions fromFrater Amor Fati [Gary Lachman] & The English Heretic [Andy Sharp] Foreword by Anok Pe [David Tibet] A fascinating study of Netherwood, the guest-house in Hastings (England) and the time spent there by its most famous resident, Aleister Crowley. In addition… Read more »

James Wasserman: In the Center of the Fire A Memoir of the Occult 1966–1989

Coming 15 June from the incomparable James Wasserman: In The Center of the Fire… A stone’s throw away from the Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol’s Factory, William Burroughs’ “bunker,” and the legendary Chelsea Hotel was a scene far more esoteric than perhaps even they could have imagined. In this daring exposé by a survivor of a unique era in the… Read more »

Allan Bennett – Towards an Academic Paper

Conference Notice – 1st call for papers South-East Asia as a Crossroads for Buddhist Exchange: pioneer European Buddhists and Asian Buddhist networks 1860-1960 Study of Religions Department, University College Cork, Ireland 13-15 September 2012 The recent discovery of the extraordinary life of ‘The Irish Buddhist’ U Dhammaloka (documented in the special issue of Contemporary Buddhism 11:2, December 2010) has stimulated… Read more »

The Wickedest Books In The World: Second Edition

My thanks to Blair MacKenzie Blake… Recently printed: a limited number of a revised and expanded (and corrected) second edition of The Wickedest Books In The World by Blair MacKenzue Blake and with a Foreword by Danny Carey. This is a glossy large format softcover with over 60 full color photos of rare Crowleyana currently in the collection of author… Read more »