Here’s a summary of activity for the week ending June 14th, 2014.
This Unicursal WINE WOMAN SONG Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from Aleister Crowley’s Liber DCCXI – Energized Enthusiasm, a Note on Theurgy, which could be said as “Dionysus, Apollo, Aphrodite” or perhaps even more contemporarily as “Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll”.
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Here is a summary of Hermetic Library blog posts:
Reading Room →
The Temple of Man by R A Schwaller de Lubicz, from Inner Traditions
The Magic May Return by Larry Niven, reviewed by T Polyphilus
The Temples of Karnak by R A Schwaller de Lubicz, photographs by Georges and Valentine de Miré, from Inner Traditions
Answer to Job by Carl G Jung, reviewed by T Polyphilus
Symbol and the Symbolic: Ancient Egypt, Science, and the Evolution of Consciousness by R A Schwaller de Lubicz, from Inner Traditions
The Rule of Four: A Novel by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason
Esoterism & Symbol by R A Schwaller de Lubicz, from Inner Traditions
The New Penguin Atlas of Medieval History by Colin McEvedy and David Woodroffe, reviewed by T Polyphilus
Vitruvius: ‘Ten Books on Architecture’, edited by Ingrid D Rowland and Thomas Noble Howe, from Cambridge University Press
Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life by Stephen LaBerge, reviewed by T Polyphilus
Arcana V: Musicians on Music, Magic & Mysticism, edited by John Zorn, from Hip Road / Tzadik
The Falcon at the Portal: An Amelia Peabody Novel of Suspense by Elizabeth Peters, reviewed by T Polyphilus
Modern Pagans: An Investigation of Contemporary Pagan Practices, edited by V Vale, inteviews by V Vale and John Sulak, from Re/Search
The Golden Sword by Janet Morris, reviewed by T Polyphilus
Anthology Project →
Postal Potlatch →
Visual Pool →
Audio Pool →
Der Mönch Am Meer added by dr guilty
…cada dia un riag added by deuslunus
Pierce the Heavens added by Mahatma Dalí
Kali And The Worm is a track added by MVNIHVD
An Animal Happiness is a track added by MVNIHVD
Practical Actualization Of Immutable Truth added by rfcl
Kwisatz Haderach added by Hail the Jester
Video Pool →
Concession added by Dave Greber
Arts and Letters Pool →
I Sat In Lodge With You by Wilbur D Nesbit
Goods and Services →
Sacerdotium Umbrae Mortis by Gilles De Laval, from Aeon Sophia Press
Crowley in Cefalù: The Lost Notes by Edmund Tate, edited by Valerio Montinari
Austin Osman Spare, Weiser Antiquarian Books Catalogue #121
Baphomet mask from screwbiter studios
Lucifer’s Sigil, an art print of an illustration by Sarah Anne Lawless
Problem Glyphs, a patronage campaign by Eliza Gauger
The Book of the Great Queen, a crowdfunding effort by Morpheus Ravenna
Time, Fate & Spider Magic at Atlantis Bookshop on Jun 12th, 2014
Altars as Art Forms at Catland through Jun 20th, 2014
The Night of the Witch at Meta Center in New York on Jun 25th, 2014
The Hekate Symposium in Glastonbury, UK on Sept 6th, 2014
The Chorus from Atalanta at Calydon, Before the Beginning of Years, a video from Eleusyve Productions
Crimson Village, a video by The Contrarian
Omnium Gatherum: June 11th, 2014, an irregular hodgepodge of links gathered together …
Dusk Latitudes, a video by The Contrarian
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