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The Forbidden Alchemies of Frater PVN

Bill Siebert

Greetings and a Warning: Not For Everyone

Herein lie the Forbidden Alchemies of Frater PVN. In these Alchemies are treated the use of sex for magic, drugs for illumination, and rituals for entering into dangerous realms. If any of these things offend you, put this book down.

This work is a collection of the rare chapbook editions of PVN's work mostly from the 1980s, reset and expanded with supplementary material, most of which has seen only limited distribution. With death of the author, his friends gathered their files to produce this volume.

None of what is herein is politically correct, socially approved or within the bounds of dogma; anyone's dogma. Enter at your own risk, apply what you learn at your own discretion. The views expressed in this work are solely of the authors and are not be attributed to the publisher.

We have preserved Frater PVN's idiosyncratic typography and grammar to convey the character of his writing. Commentary, except for a few clarifying remarks in the footnotes, will be reserved to the end.

Come meet Frater PVN as we did, on his own terms.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Concrescent Press
  • Publish Date: Nov 15th, 2023
  • Pages: 566
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.00in - 7.00in - 1.15in - 2.14lb
  • EAN: 9781958359044
  • Categories: CrystalsOccultismDreams

About the Author

Karr, Don: - "Don Karr (BFA RISD 1974, MFA Cornell 1976) is co-author of two books in the acclaimed series, Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic: with Stephen Skinner, Sepher Raziel: Liber Salomonis, a Sixteenth-century English Grimoire (Singapore: Golden Hoard Press, 2010; second edition [paperback], 2018), and with Calanit Nachshon, Liber Lunæ - Book of the Moon - Sepher ha-Levanah (Singapore: Golden Hoard Press, 2011; second edition [paperback], 2017). Don also published the pioneering Approaching the Kabbalah of Maat (York Beach: Black Jackal Press, 2013), which contains a foreword by Colin Low; this is supplemented by Methods of Maat (forthcoming). Don is the author of numerous articles on Jewish mysticism and its influence on the Western esoteric tradition which can be found online at Hermetic Kabbalah, edited by Colin Low, at ("Bibliographies" and "Contributed Documents") and at Don Karr -"
Pollick, Cliff: - Cliff Pollick has been an almost life-long practitioner of Western esotericism and ritual practice including Neo Paganism, the OTO and Golden Dawn traditions. He is also a Sri Vidya upasaka of a South Indian Kaula Sampradaya. Sacred Geometry and the science of sound are particular interests he has pursued. Recently retired from a 49 year Career in Nursing covering neurosurgical and coronary intensive care to Psychiatry and Dementia care. He lives on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington with his beloved Wife, High Priestess and Shakti, where he finally has time for his music and to catch up on the ever expanding stack of books.
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