XVI. Bringing Down the House of God. Peter GREY, Alkistis Dimech, With, Kyle Fite Stafford Stone, Eric K. Lerner. Sixteen ., Michael Idehall, Hafiz Batin, Orryelle Defenestrate Bascule, Fredrik Soderberg, Ramsey Dukes John Michael Greer, Peter J. Carroll, Orryelle Defenestrate Bascule, Kyle Fite, Stephen Grasson, Dr. Dave Evans/Francis Breakspear, Hafiz Batin, James Wasserman, Dr. George J. Sieg, Peter Grey, Michael Idehall, Raven Caldera, Eric K. Lerner, Carl Abrahamsson, and one.

XVI. Bringing Down the House of God.

UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2010. First Edition, "The Babel Edition" Hardcover. Large octavo. 280pp. Oatmeal linen with charcoal and red lettering to spine, striking letterpress rendering of "The Tower" by occult artist Kyle Fite tipped onto upper board, printed throughout in red and black ink on heavy paper stock, black endpapers. Edition limited to 700 hand-numbered copies. Illustrations by by Stafford Stone, Kyle Fite, Fredrik Soderberg, Orryelle Defenestrate Bascule, Hafiz Batin, Michael Idehall, Eric K. Lerner. From the publisher: "Our civilisation is in crisis. As we confront ecological collapse, political control, wars of terror, and wars on our consciousness we are seeking emergence from this state of emergency. XVI proposes gnostic strategy for liberation. Some will consider this a dangerous and inflammatory book. It is. These provocative essays from the most radical contemporary occult thinkers reveal a creative and passionate engagement with the world....This is magick attuned to the zeitgeist. Sex, drugs, art, initiation rites, calls to arms, ritual actions, aeonic plans, revolutionary witchcraft and apocalypse". Sixteen (and one) Essays by: John Michael Greer, Ramsey Dukes, Carl Abrahamsson, Eric K. Lerner, Raven Caldera, Michael Idehall, Peter Grey, Dr. George J. Sieg, James Wasserman, Hafiz Batin, Dr. Dave Evans/Francis Breakspear, Stephen Grasson, Kyle Fite, Orryelle Defenestrate Bascule, Peter J. Carroll, and Alkistis Dimech. Horizontal crease across top of spine (presumably caused by a bump to cloth), boards a little bowed, otherwise a bright copy in near Fine condition, (no dust jacket issued with this volume). Item #60948

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