Abraxas. An International Journal of Esoteric Studies. Charming Intentions. Occultism, Magic and the History or Art. Special Issue no. 1, Summer 2013. Daniel ZAMANI, authors, Literary Christina Oakley Harrington.

Abraxas. An International Journal of Esoteric Studies. Charming Intentions. Occultism, Magic and the History or Art. Special Issue no. 1, Summer 2013.

London: Fulgur Ltd, 2013. First Edition. Softcover. Large quarto. 126pp. Oversized glossy illustrated covers, printed on quality paper, illustrated throughout in color and black and white. Limited to 900 copies, sewn. A collection of esoteric and magickal essays, art and poetry - most previously unpublished. Special Feature issue: A Selection of Papers from the University of Cambridge Conference. Contents: Introduction by Daniel Zamani; Impurity, Auspiciousness and Power: The Tantric Transformations of Lajja Gauri at Kamakhya by Imma Ramos; A Printed Islamic Amulet by Shandra E. Lamaute; Homo Signorum: Looking to God or Looking to the Stars? The Role of the Body in Medieval Christianity by Monika Winiarczyk; Speculum Lapidum: Some Reflections on Sixteenth-Century Intaglios and Astral Magic by Liliana Leopardi; Open Secrets: Alchemical–Hermetic Imagery in the Ripley Scrolls by Alexandra Marraccini; Unseen Spirits? Occult Tradition in Italian Futurist Art and Theory by Lisa Hanstein; The Magician Triumphant: Occultism and Political Resistance in Victor Brauner’s Le Surréaliste (1947) by Daniel Zamani; The Magic of Time and Space: Occultism in the Films of Maya Deren by Judith Noble. Plus poetry and b&w & colour illustrations. "As new" with just faint shelf rubbing to covers and tiny bumps to corners - else a tight, bright Fine copy. NOTE: This is an oversized, heavy journal and WILL require additional postage for International shipping, & MAY require additional postage for domestic orders. Item #66210

Price: $60.00