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AZOETIA. A Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft; Being a full and accurate transcription, compiled and amended by the author from the original manuscript of 'The Book of Magical Quintessence.' An Inscribed copy of the Sethos-Behena or 'Black' Edition
Chelmsford, UK: Xoanon Publishing Ltd, MCMII [2002]. [actually, 2003]. Sethos-Behena or 'Black' Edition. Hardcover. Octavo, original publisher's black cloth titled in silver on spine, design of serpent and stang on spine with skull & crossbones and crossed set square design in silver on front cover, black endpapers subtly printed with a snakeskin design, black silk ribbon marker. The entire edition was limited to 77 hand-bound, hand-numbered copies, negatively-enumerated from -1 to -77, each one dedicated to the Averse or Shadow-form of Sethos, Sethos-Behena, The Patron Daimon of the Grimoire. This is copy No. -39. Present with this copy is the eight-page text in plain dark blue card covers entitled THE RITE OF THE AMETHYSTINE LIGHT, Liber Sa-Bapho-Mitr, sub figura 77, A Conjuration of the Averse or Shadow-form of the Daimon Sethos, the Patron of the Grimoire Azoëtia, hand-produced, hand numbered (No. 34, differing from the book). There were three distinct issues of this pamphlet - the first issue copies were bound in marbled paper, the second issue were bound in wine-red card covers. The third issue copies were bound in blue card covers, and this issue was specifically not issued with the snakeskin talisman card (all copies of the first issue and some copies of the second issue came with the talisman). All of this variation is due to the fact that Andrew Chumbley created the talismans and booklets as each order was filled. THIS COPY IS BOLDLY INSCRIBED IN INK BY THE AUTHOR on the limitation leaf to a former member of the Ku Sebbitu (one of the lodges of the Cultus): "For F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Thompson Rare Books (mjtbooks) [Hornby Island, British Columbia, CA]
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