By Andrew D. Chumbley
Hardcover in airborne dirt and dust jacket. octavo. 152 pp. high quality charcoal fabric with gilt lettering to backbone, black textured endpages, illustrated in black and white. Letterpress dirt jacket. this is often the normal hardcover of a restricted numbered version of 979 copies, 726 copies certain hence. The Opuscula Magica sequence treats in 4 volumes the quick exegetical works on magic by way of the British occult writer Andrew D. Chumbley (1967-2004). The sequence provides his magical essays, homilies, and different imprecise works which initially seemed in small-circulation occult journals now out of print. every one quantity offers a chain of collated works, a few revised or up to date ahead of his demise, in addition to a couple of writings and illustrations formerly unpublished. along with his grimoire-texts of the mystical order Cultus Sabbati, those 'minor works on magic' are the origination-point and origin texts of Sabbatic Witchcraft and Crooked direction Sorcery, of Chumbley's most vital contributions to the artwork Magical. With the rationale to make those works extra extensively on hand to students and magical practitioners, the sequence is outlined and sure in an outstanding ebook structure fitted to their research and upkeep. The sequence editor is Daniel A. Schulke. This, quantity I, comprises 9 essays written among 1990 and 2003, together with one formerly unpublished. This quantity additionally contains an Author's advent by no means earlier than released, in addition to an improved model of the interview with Chumbley within the Cauldron. The essays replicate a level of magical perception, readability of imaginative and prescient, and creativity seldom equaled in occult writing to this present day.