The Book of Baphomet978-1-906958-46-6 240pp £23/$35 Julian Vayne & Nikki Wyrd
This Book contains some of the secrets of Life itself; or rather, the occult deity of Life on Earth, Baphomet. Horned, vital, beautiful, awe full, our aeons old ChaosMagick idol finds a name from the Knights’ Templar, then goes incognito throughthe Enlightenment (when flourished those great natural philosophers beloved of science historians), before emerging via devil worship and witchcraft into this era of Deep Ecology.“An excellent read, consisting as it does of such a wealth of information, research,anecdote, experience and vision” Peter J Carroll
Nightshades: A Tourist's Guide to the Nightside978-1-906958-45-9 Cased Matt Laminate A4 216pp Jan Fries
“Nightshades is the record of one remarkable magician’s exploration of the inverse regionsof the Tree of Life. Aleister Crowley’s Liber 231 provides the map and Kenneth Grant’sNightside of Eden a travelogue. “Liber 231, apparently started life as a text within theHermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, as an exercise to develop astral and trance abilitiesor perhaps in other more elaborate rites. The nightside aspect requires some care andalertness in case of accident. The correct attitude is said to be one of self or ego-less witness.Or maybe it’s just one needs the use of an all-embracing rather than a limited kind of identity and self-identification” (mmm) Jan Fries Nightshades comprises 72 intense drawings prefaced by an explanatory essay detailing the background and genesis of this ultimate magical adventure.
Radical Desire: Kink & Magickal SexISBN 978-1-906958-19-0£9.99/$14.00
“The wit and wisdom of Mark Ramsden's illuminating text delivers a gripping journey through a rich seam of sexual expression. Read this book, enjoy this book, for it deservesyour utmost attention. Over 40? Fat? The style gurus say you're not sexy, not horny, thisbook says ‘Bollocks!’ An essential reference work... And bloody good fun too.” John Carter
P is For Prostitution : an A - Z of a harsh life survivedCharlotte Rodgers (Illustrated by Ruth Ramsden)978-1-906958-26-8, 158pp (12 picaresque illustrations)£9.99/$18 (includes postage unless otherwise stated)
P is for Prostitution grew out of the author’s exploration of death and ancestral cults.It led her to acknowledge her own past, re-connecting and rescuing a catalogue of youthfuldead or missing loved ones. “This was no surprise given the way we lived our lives at thattime, but was no less saddening. Whilst the people concerned were not blood relatives,they were part of who I was and very much my family of choice in our shared inability or refusal to accept the terms of mainstream existence.”