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QUTUB, Also Called The Point SIGNED BY ANDREW CHUMBLEY 1st Edition (Xoanon, 1995)

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QUTUB, Also Called The Point SIGNED BY ANDREW CHUMBLEY 1st Edition (Xoanon, 1995)

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QUTUB, Also Called The Point SIGNED BY ANDREW CHUMBLEY 1st Edition (Xoanon, 1995)

495.00

Chumbley, Andrew D (Alogos Dhu ‘l-qarnen). Qutub, Also Called the Point (SIGNED by Andrew D. Chumbley). (London): Fulgur (for Xoanon), 1995. 

First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. Though not stated, this standard first edition was limited to 475 copies. Bound in midnight blue boards with gilt point to front and gilt titles to spine. This copy SIGNED and SIGILIZED by Andrew Chumbley, along with the short inscription: ‘Mubarak Bashad!’, opposite the colophon at end of volume. 80 pages. Full page illustrations by the author. Book design by Robert Ansell and Andrew Chumbley. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. 

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There is a stream of initiatic power which flows through the Body of Gnosis, moulding the Image of the Adept, casting the Shadow-form of the Great Opposer. Here its path is traced, from the Yatukih Sorcery of Ancient Persia, through the Yezidic Cult of Shaitan and the widdershins dance of the Sufi, to its present-day recension within the arcana of the Sabbatic Tradition. Defining the focus of the Magical Current of the Opposer, Qutub reflects the Design, a web of interconnection through which the Current manifests. The book unfolds as an evocatory poem of 72 verses which articulate the transmutative process of the Crooked Path. Eleven talismanic illustrations combine to express the telesmata of the Way; a commentary demonstrates in microcosm the Macrocosmic Pattern of the Design; the Rite of the Opposer reveals the Gateway to the Path through the Flesh.