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Austin Osman Spare, Artist & Magus

If you admire and appreciate the oeuvre of Austin Osman Spare – Artist & Magus – there would be several ways you might have first encountered his work. 4,209 more words

Conjuring thought forms...

(Austin Osman )Spare too was able occasionally to conjure thought-forms to visible appearance, but whereas in the old witch’s case it was an unfailing power, in his own case it was erratic and uncertain. 300 more words

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Vessels Of Vision: The Gnostic Artist As Magician Of The Crossroads

Six-fold Ma’atian Mind-by Kyle Fite (private collection)

Vessels Of Vision

The Gnostic Artist As Magician Of The Crossroads

By Kyle Fite

“My adepts stand upright; their head above the heavens, their feet below the hells.” 3,746 more words

SPACEBUDDHAA-History & Mission Part One

In the early 1990’s, Kyle Fite filled a sketchbook with various drawings, studies and notes revolving around comic book and illustration projects. A simple sketch found its way into those pages, entitled “Space Buddha.” It was just a scrawl, a little bit of sci-fi and, truth be told, Kyle didn’t really know much, if anything, about Buddhism. 1,181 more words

SPACE HOODOO COMIX # 1: WAKE UP!

The first issue of Space Hoodoo Comix is now available. Starring Little Hoodoo & Little Space, Aleister Crowley, H.P. Lovecraft, Spacebuddhaa Jedrik, Kenneth Grant, LAM, a non-descript Jehovah’s Witness and Kyle Fite (whose guts are duly torn out by Crab-Aliens from the Nameless Nebula). 883 more words

New, Rare and Interesting Items This Week at Miskatonic Books

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Many of the books we carry are rare and we have a very limited quantity.  2,133 more words

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The Klippoth

“Indeed, in recent publications by the Head of that Order (The Typhonian Order), Kenneth Grant, the Klippoth are associated with the “shades of the dead whose names appear in the books of Dyzan, or Thoth, of the Necronomicon…” and other such fictional works. 41 more words

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