SIRIUS LIMITED ESOTERICA presents Hoodoo Pilot, a hardcover volume in 2 editions collecting 16 esoteric essays and 31 magical works of art by Gnostic writer and artist, Kyle Fite. With an Introduction by Michael Staley, Hoodoo Pilot covers a wide range of topics, including Freemasonry, Buddhism, the Typhonian Tradition of Kenneth Grant, the Voudon-Gnostic Tradition of Michael Bertiaux, the mystical artwork, philosophy and sorcery of Austin Osman Spare, and the work of William Blake. These themes and more are woven together in this limited edition collection.
Her name has largely slipped through the gaps of art history, and those who do know her work may associate her primarily with magic and the occult – but, with the acquisition of a huge archive, Tate is hoping that the artist Ithell Colquhoun will finally get the credit and recognition she deserves as a major figure in British surrealism.
Tate has announced that more than 5,000 sketches, drawings, and commercial artworks by Colquhoun have been transferred to it by the National Trust.
The first in-depth biographical study of the British surrealist and occultist Ithell Colquhoun. This book offers the first in-depth biographical study of the British surrealist and occultist Ithell Colquhoun, situating her art within the magical contexts that shaped her imaginative life and work. After decades of neglect, Colquhoun’s unique vision and hermetic life have become an object of great renewed interest, both for artists and for historians of magic.
Compiled and edited by Henrik Bogdan, Servants of the Star & the Snake is a collection of eighteen essays by fourteen different writers on the work of Kenneth and Steffi Grant. It… Read more »
Exciting advance notice of a new work by Henrik Bogdan. The essay by Christian Giudice on Gerald Massey should be especially interesting… Servants of the Star & the Snake compiled… Read more »
Edward Gauntlett’s second title for Von Zos is without a doubt one of the most important esoteric publications of the last ten years. Scales of the Serpent draws its primary… Read more »
Michael Bertiaux, artist, and the author of the acclaimed Voudon Gnostic Workbook and the recent Ontological Graffiti, is our guest in podcast episode 172. This interview was created in collaboration… Read more »
Coming soon from Starfire Publishing… On learning that an ancestor was executed for witchcraft in the sixteenth century, the narrator is prompted to explore her history. Research having failed, he… Read more »
We heard recently of the passing of Robert Taylor, Typhonian book illustrator… To all friends and fans of Robert (Taylor) Agasucci aka Stafford Stone, please come and celebrate his life… Read more »
Beyond The Mauve Zone by Kenneth Grant The programme of restoring to print all volumes of the Typhonian Trilogies continues with the scheduled release of this, the eighth and penultimate… Read more »
Von Zos is pleased to announce that the standard edition of Shades in Mauve – A History of the Typhonian Tradition by Edward Gauntlett is now in stock and pre-orders… Read more »
Shades In Mauve – A history of the Typhonian Tradition by Edward Gauntlett (Von Zos, 2015) The Typhonian Tradition is the purest recension of the ancient magical traditions. There is… Read more »
Von Zos is pleased to announce the release of a new collection of essays celebrating the life and work of Kenneth Grant: Sounds Beyond Meaning – Kenneth Grant & His… Read more »
The republication of Nightside Of Eden by Kenneth Grant will be released in March 2014, and is now available for ordering ahead of publication. Nightside of Eden by Kenneth Grant… Read more »
There will be a launch to celebrate the publication of Kenneth Grant’s early novel Grist to Whose Mill? at Treadwells Bookshop on Friday 30th March at 7pm onwards. All… Read more »