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OPUSCULA MAGICA Volumes I and II (Standard Editions) by Andrew D. Chumbley

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OPUSCULA MAGICA Volumes I and II (Standard Editions) by Andrew D. Chumbley

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OPUSCULA MAGICA Volumes I and II (Standard Editions) by Andrew D. Chumbley

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Chumbley, Andrew D. Opuscula Magica Volumes I and II (Standard Editions) - Essays on Witchcraft, the Sabbatic Tradition, and Crooked Path Sorcery. Sold as a set. Richmond Vista, CA: Three Hands Press, 2010 & 2011. 

First Edition. Two Volumes. Both volumes limited to 746 hand-numbered copies, 152, 128 pages. With illustrations by the author. Both copies are fine in fine, letter-pressed dust jackets. 

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Volume One contains nine essays written between 1990 and 2003, including one previously unpublished. This volume also includes an Author’s Introduction never before published, as well as an expanded version of the interview with Chumbley in The Cauldron Magazine. The essays reflect a degree of magical insight, clarity of vision, and creativity seldom equaled in occult writing to this day. And while these essays are considered to be lesser known works, they do present much initiated commentary on Traditional Craft, the Art and Nature of Magic and Crooked Path Sorcery, the Question of Sacrifice, and the Secret Nature of Ritual.

Volume Two contains ten essays written between 1992 and 2000, including one previously unpublished. Expanding upon themes developed in Opuscula Volume I, the book also treats Crooked Path Sorcery, a transcendental ethos of traditional witchcraft having parallels in such traditions as Petro Voudon. Also new in this volume is an Author's Preface, as well as Robert Fitzgerald's rare 1996 interview with Chumbley in Esoterra. The 1999 article 'Gnosis For the Flesh Eternal' appears here for the first time, being a much-expanded version of 'Wisdom For the New Flesh' which first appeared in Starfire. Also included in this second volume are nine Azoëtia-era illustrations which have never before seen print.