The Winter 2022 issue of Agapé, the official journal of U.S. Grand Lodge O.T.O., is now available. This and all previous issues can be found here. You may view the latest post at https://oto-usa.org/2023/01/winter-2022-issue-of-agape-available/
Peter Grey of British occult publishing house published a eulogy of Jake Stratton-Kent today. Here is an excerpt: “My Jake, or ours, if I can speak for Alkistis, comes surging out of the crowd at us in the claustrophobic low… Continue Reading
Jake Stretton-Kent died yesterday after an extended illness and the world will never be quite the same. Jake was a lot of things to a lot of people, clear from the hundreds of tributes written in Facebook and other social… Continue Reading
Rhymes and Reason: The Lost Poems of Éliphas Lévi is a newly published book edited by Stewart Clelland. The posted description says: “The poems of Éliphas Lévi discovered in a book once owned by Papus, and lodged in the Sorbonne… Continue Reading
Yesterday, January 15 marked the 23th anniversary of the passing of author and Thelemite Kenneth Grant. Wikipedia recounts: “After several further meetings and an exchange of letters, Grant agreed to work for Crowley as his secretary and personal assistant. Now… Continue Reading
Next month, Inner Traditions publishes Source Magic The Origin of Art, Science, and Culture by Carl Abrahamsson. The posted descriptions says: Since the dawn of time, magic has been the node around which all human activities and culture revolve. As magic… Continue Reading
Late last year, Grayle Press published LIONESS: THE SONG OF INANNA by Samuel David . The posted description says: “This compact, elegant volume is penned by Samuel David, the author of the popular “Rod and Ring: An Initiation into a Mesopotamian… Continue Reading
NICE! Deputy National Grand Master of Ordo Templi Orientis United States Grand Lodge, Lon Milo Duqette reading Liber AL vel Legis! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUeARFNnwGY.
Sean Woodward announced on FB: “A new graphic novel coming in 2023” w this graphic: No other info on FB or elsewhere that I could find on this “Book of Aiwaz.” But the cover art is beautiful and promising.
Massimo Introvigne, scholar and editor of Bitter Winter Magazine, posted on FB: Something I very much wanted to find in Mauritius: the grave of Mgr Léon Meurin (1825–1895), who was Archbishop of Port-Louis from 1887 until his death. He was… Continue Reading