ABRASAX, Vol. 1, No. 1 "Magick and Sex" (Autumn Equinox, 1988 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 2 "Deities" (Winter Soltice, 1988 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 3 "Divination" (Spring Equinox, 1989 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 4 , "Lucifer and Satan" (Summer Solstice 1989 e.v.) [ 4 issues ]. James M. MARTIN, authors.

ABRASAX, Vol. 1, No. 1 "Magick and Sex" (Autumn Equinox, 1988 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 2 "Deities" (Winter Soltice, 1988 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 3 "Divination" (Spring Equinox, 1989 e.v.); Vol. 1, No. 4 , "Lucifer and Satan" (Summer Solstice 1989 e.v.) [ 4 issues ].

Corpus Christi, TX: Abrasax Publications, 1988, 1989. First editions. Softcover. Quartos (9 x11 inches). Four issues. 50pp; 52pp; 52pp & 52pp. Original pink illustrated wrappers clip bound with black vinyl back strip. B&w illustrations. The first four issues of this quarterly periodical produced by James M. Martin [Belarion Israfel EL SHADDAI aka Frater Sodomiticus ac Impudicus], (1943-2015). Martin was a writer, gay activist, attorney and founder of a number of occult organizations, including the American Gnostic Church / Ordo Templi Baphe-metis (founded 1985) the Servants of the Star and Snake (founded 1995), and the Sahaja Society, which explored tantric, Kundalini and Sahajayana. In these issues Martin includes his own writing as well as that of many other authors. Essays include: Martin's tribute to Anton Szandor Lavey "Invocation of My Demon Brother"; "Magick through Pain, Interview with Magda Graham"; "Experiments with the XI Triune" by Bill Siebert; "She-Males, Androgyny and Liberation" by Fra. Anubias; "Liber LXIX On Sexual Antinominianism" by Fra. Belarion; "Goddess of Kaos" by Fra Auditus; "Small Selection of Afro-American Deities for the Table of Correspondences in Liber 777" by J. Claude Deschanel; " IFA - an Introduction" by Louis Martinie; "Divining by Augury; Reading the Signs" by Soror Tanitha Vovina 333; "Solstice Magick and Oracular Divination" by Purusas; "The Satanic Priest" by Fra. Glycan, among many others. Considerable Thelemic and gay-magickal content. Somewhat better than average, but still fanzine-type production values. Covers lightly rubbed at edges. Overall tight, clean VG+ copies. Scarce. Item #66198

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