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Weiser Antiquarian new arrivals, including a Book of the Law from 1938

Weiser Antiquarian Books has posted a number of new arrivals, including a Book of the Law privately issued by O.T.O. in London from 1938, as well as other items of interest such as A E Koetting’s The Book of Azazel, Alexander Winfield Dray’s Nox Infernus and Liber Obsidian Obscura, Sabbatica compiled by Edgar Kerval, Liber Nigri Solis edited by Victor Voronov, Michael Cecchetelli’s Crossed Keys, Nigel Pennick’s The Toadman, and a number of Aleister Crowley, Israel Regardie, Jack Parsons, Kenneth Grant, Austin Osman Spare, and Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn related works as well as others of probable interest.

The Book of Abraxas: A Grimoire of the Hidden Gods

The Book of Abraxas: A Grimoire of the Hidden Gods by Michael Cecchetelli, from Nephilim Press, may be available. This work is available via Nephilim Press, Weiser Antiquarian and others. It is being made available in both a standard and a deluxe “practitioner’s” edition. Michael Cecchetelli is also the author of Crossed Keys, from Scarlet Imprint.

“The Book of Abrasax is available in two editions, the Standard Edition for $50.00 and the Practitioners Edition for $120.00. The Standard edition of 700 hand numbered copies is bound in a parsimony cloth,while the Practitioners edition of 200 hand numbered copies is bound in burgundy leather. Both books have marbled gold and black end-papers and are smythe sewn for durability. Inside their covers lie over one hundred and fifty pages of heavyweight archival quality cream colored paper stock packed with information, sigils, signs, rituals, symbols, imagery, footnotes, bibliograhy and just about everything else you could ask for in a ground breaking work that recreates the intricacies of a lost ancient magical system. ” [via]