Dracula: Quite A Card! by Walter C Cambra, a 2012 monograph, which examines Bram Stoker’s Dracula from historical and symbolic frames such as Stoker’s involvement with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, astrology, kabbalah and tarot (which last suggests correspondences between Dracula as The Devil and Mina Murray as The Empress, and, in part, is inspiration for the title), is part of the collection at the Reading Room.
Oh virgin who sits in Her garden of wheat
With the shield of the Empress set at Her feet,
The form of the double-head eagle thereon;
I raise up the cup and adore Babalon!
— In Nomine Babalon: 156 Adorations to the Scarlet Goddess
The Hermetic Library arts and letters pool is a project to publish poetry, prose and art that is inspired by or manifests the Western Esoteric Tradition.