Review: In the Center of the Fire

Hermetic Library fellow Colin Campbell has posted a review of James Wasserman’s In the Center of the Fire: A Memoir of the Occult 1966-1989 [also] over on his blog at “Review: In the Center of the Fire

“Wasserman’s In the Center of the Fire: Memoirs of the Occult, 1966-1989 strings together like a fantastic rough and tumble road movie, an occult version of Easy Rider. Wasserman lays it bare; everything — personal, professional, sacred and profane. A long time advocate of the practice of keeping a magical diary, the work clearly shows the fruits of Wasserman’s careful notes in reconstruction.” [via]

“I found it a fantastic read to peek (perhaps just a bit) into a historical period in the emergence of the modern OTO, a time that few speak about even now.” [via]