Our trade editions encompass a diverse array of subjects; titles are chosen based on our own appreciation of and interest in the material and its value to the seeker and practitioner alike. These titles are produced as hard and/or softback editions.
22 Paths of Inperfection: a flight manual for single-winged angels is a guide for traversing the corridors of doubt, depression, and elation.
This first volume in a collection devoted to the subject of the daimon/dæmon provides a comprehensive and detailed description of the intermediary spirits in the Western Tradition.
Goetic Liturgy concerns the art of invoking gods in order to conjure spirits by “the Egyptian formula”.
A personal, practical, and historical work, Maria de Padilla: Queen of the Souls is a detailed account of the life and death of the Spanish witch queen María de Padilla.
In Obeah: A Sorcerous Ossuary, Nicholaj de Mattos Frisvold teases open this Caribbean mystery and reveals a crooked path into the hidden world of Papa Bones and Sasabonsam.
In PANDEMONIUM Jake Stratton-Kent leads us towards a developing relationship with the dramatis personæ essential to the grimoire tradition.
Kameothic Internal Alchemy is a distillation of ceremonial, alchemical and African-American conjure magic utilizing the practical methods of Hoodoo paired with Spagyric Alchemy.
A translation with extensive commentary of the Livraria Económica edition of O Grande livro de S.Cypriano ou thesouro do feiticeiro, present in the Portuguese National Library in Lisbon — a book so dangerous it needs to be kept in chains.
This book is a full introduction to the English Qaballa, the system of initiatory magickal alpha-numeric correspondences revealed in the vocabulary of Liber AL vel Legis.
Author and illustrator S. Aldarnay presents each of the Pentacles given in the Key of Solomon, precisely redrawn and with explanations of the divine names, the names of spirits, as well as the vesicles in English, Latin and Hebrew.
The first of several compilations of the infamous Guides to the Underworld, THE SAINTS includes eight of our best-selling pamphlets, which have been faithfully recreated in full colour, and include the cover page of each.
A workbook of English Qaballa by Jake Stratton-Kent, with an introduction by Lon Milo DuQuette and cover art by Stuart Littlejohn.
In The Spellbook of Marie Laveau: The Petit Albert, translator Talia Felix presents the full text of the Petit Albert in the English language, and offers a compelling argument that the Petit Albert was most likely one of the spellbooks in Laveau’s arsenal, if indeed she was literate at all.
In The Starry Rubric, Alexander Cummins shows how astrology and magic offered analysis, interpretation, and solutions — locating humanity in a shifting web of interrelation with the stars and, indeed, the cosmos as a whole.
Author and illustrator S. Aldarnay renders the images found in the popular Mathers edition of the Greater Key of Solomon clearly and cleanly so that they might be of greater use to the modern magician.
Walking the Spectral Path is a personal journey into the world of ghosts. An occultist and a ghost hunter, the author looks deeply into the phenomena from an esoteric perspective and describes some of his own experiences in the spectral world.