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THE CINCINNATI JOURNAL OF CEREMONIAL MAGICK (Complete Run of 7 Issues) by Various Contributors (Bate Cabal)

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THE CINCINNATI JOURNAL OF CEREMONIAL MAGICK (Complete Run of 7 Issues) by Various Contributors (Bate Cabal)

450.00

Cincinnati: Conquering Child Publishing/Black Moon Publishing,, 1976-1989. First Edition. Stapled wrappers (volumes 1-5), perfect bound (volumes 6-7). Octavo. 88, 84, 84, 85, 88, 64, 64 pages. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos and drawings. Issue number five is signed by the late NEMA (Maggie Crosby/Andahadna). Complete sets are quite rare. A bit of wear along spine of volume 4, else a near fine set.

This set is comprised of all seven issues of the original Journals that were published by Conquering Child Publishing (which later became Black Moon Publishing) between 1976 & 1989. These historic Journals were published during the renaissance of Western Magick in the 70's & 80's and are considered to be a time capsule of that historic period. This esteemed Journal was seminal in promoting Maatian gnosis and Typhonian styled Thelema, including qliphotic workings and explorations. It was the official organ for establishing the Current of Maat, which was the work of Nema, and her most important writings were published for the first time in the various issues. The first issue featured her Liber Pennae Praenumbra (Book of Maat) which quickly came to the attention of Kenneth Grant, who promoted Nema's/Andahadna's work, very extensively in his Typhonian Trilogies. Many other initiates contributed articles and artwork throughout the seven issue run. Note: For volumes 6 & 7, the name of the journal was shortened to: The Cincinnati Journal of Magick and these two volumes were published by Black Moon Publishing. It should also be noted (for those keeping score) that the first five volumes are referred to as Volume I, issues 1-5, while the sixth volume is referred to as Volume II,issue VI, and the seventh volume referred to simply as Issue VII.  

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