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The Hekate Symposium in Glastonbury, UK on Sept 6th, 2014

The Hekate Symposium will be held in Glastonbury, UK on September 6th, 2014. The line up includes David Rankine, Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule, Sorita d’Este.

The Hekate Symposium 2014

“The Hekate Symposium is now in its third year, and this year we have decided to explore ‘different perspectives’ on the Goddess Hekate. Hekate is a Goddess like no other – she has been feared, hated and loved through the centuries. She evokes strong feelings and emotions, and the diverse experiences and ways in which she continues to be viewed provides a fascinating and beautiful window into Her mysteries.” [via]

Time, Fate & Spider Magic at Atlantis Bookshop on Jun 12th, 2014

There will be a launch party and exhibit of new art [also] by Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule for Time, Fate & Spider Magic: A Brief HIRstory of Time at the Atlantis Bookshop in London on June 12th, 2014.

Time, Fate and Spider Magic at Atlantis Bookshop 2014

“The London launch of Orryelle’s new tome from Avalonia Books, featuring a ritual reading of The Book of the Spider accompanied by music (percussion and strings) and arachnean dance; plus a small 1-night exhibition downstairs of some new original canvases, not yet seen in the northern hemisphere.” [via]

Time, Fate & Spider Magic

Time, Fate & Spider Magic: A Brief HIRstory of Time by Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule, from Avalonia Books, is forthcoming in June, in paperback and a limited hardcover. The limited edition hardcover comes with a DVD “containing edited video of related Metamorphic Ritual Theatre productions and an audio adaptation of the Book of the Spider.”

Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule Time, Fate and Spider Magic from Avalonia Books

“From Greek Chronos and Hindu MahaKala to the feminine mysteries of Fate — from the Moirae to the Hoerae — this mythic HirStory (a union of history and herstory) explores the far reaches of time & its warp in the Web of Wyrd.

Whereas Hawking’s Brief History of Time is a scientific apprehension of the subject, this tome follows Time’s spiralling course through art, verse and magic, bringing us to the eternal present then offering ways to carry the ideas presented into the future through personal application & practical ritual frameworks for using web mandalas to map time onto a spatial plane and explore different potentialities of our mutable destiny.

Included is the Arachnean Grimoire ‘The Book of the Spider’ and commentary.” [via]

Hekate Symposium 2013 at Glastonbury on Jun 1st

Hekate Symposium 2013 will be held in Glastonbury, UK on Sat, Jun 1st, 2013.

Hekate Symposium Jun 1st 2013 at Glastonbury, UK

“Devotees, Priestesses, Priests and students of Her Mysteries from all around the country – and indeed the world – will gather for the second annual Hekate Symposium.”

“This is a unique one-day event which is entirely dedicated to the Goddess Hekate and her Mysteries, which will comprise scholarly presentations, ceremonies, meditations, pathworkings, chanting and ritual theatre throughout the day! Packed full of Hekatean delights from 10am – 10pm on Saturday, 1 June 2013. Facilitators and presenters this year include authors Sorita d’Este, Georgi Mishev, Emily Carding, Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule, as well as Amelia Ounsted, Hazel, Sophia Kirke and numerous other Priestesses, Priests and Devotees giving their time, knowledge and talents to making this community event happen as an act of devotion.

This will be Georgi Mishev‘s first lecture in the UK, and those readers who enjoyed his work THRACIAN MAGIC will be particulary interested to know that he will be speaking on some of the material in the book, and leading a blessing ceremony in his native Bulgarian. Emily Carding (Cornwall) has – especially for this event – written a Ritual Drama, bringing together her knowledge and experience of working and studying Acting with that of her spiritual and ceremonial work to create something truly magical. The talks and lectures being given are all absolutely unique to this event. Many of the speakers at this years’ event are professionals and academics in their own fields, speaking exclusively at the Hekate Symposium about their work with the Goddess Hekate, driven by their passion for sharing knowledge and experience about Her Mysteries.” [via]

I:MAGE An Inaugural Exhibition of Esoteric Artists at Store Street Gallery on May 19-25, 2013 in London

Fulgur Esoterica has announced I:MAGE An Inaugural Exhibition of Esoteric Artists which will be running from May 19-25, 2013 at the Store Street Gallery 32 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London UK.

“I:MAGE

An Inaugural Exhibition of Esoteric Artists

LONDON, 19th-25th May, 2013

I:MAGE is a selling exhibition hosted by FULGUR ESOTERICA that brings together for the first time an international group of artists working in the esoteric genre.

Ranging from the work of progressive women such as Ithell Colquhoun and Steffi Grant, to the dark symbolist themes of Agostino Arrivabene and Denis Forkas Kostromitin set against the contemporary exploratory audio-visual practices of NOKO, I:MAGE promises to be a landmark exhibition.

Held in the heart of London at the Store Street Gallery, this show will cover two floors and over 1600sq ft of exhibition space. A full colour catalogue will be available.

To mark this occasion a week of special evening events and art-related projects will be held in collaboration with Treadwell’s Bookshop, next door.” [via]

“The Artists

Michael Bertiaux
Jesse Bransford
Ithell Colquhoun
Peter Dyde
Denis Forkas Kostromitin
Cristina Francov
Rik Garrett
Steffi Grant
Barry William Hale
NOKO
Orryelle
Francesco Parisi
Residue
David Chaim Smith
Austin Osman Spare

and special guest
Agostino Arrivabene” [via]